- Maryland part of FTC complaint against charity fraud Updated: May-19-15 1:08 pm
ANNAPOLIS, Maryland - Maryland is joining a Federal Trade Commission complaint against four cancer charities that are accused of misusing $187 million nationwide raised by deceptive fundraising practices.
- Gunshot killed man found injured in Salisbury home Updated: May-18-15 5:13 pm
SALISBURY, Maryland - Maryland State Police say a man found fatally injured in the entrance of a Salisbury home had been shot, and his death was a homicide.
- Top Pennsylvania cop won't be charged in sign-removal case Updated: May-14-15 6:33 pm
CARLISLE, Pennsylvania - The acting commissioner of the Pennsylvania State Police will not be charged for removing roadside signs near his suburban Harrisburg home that protested his decision to wear the trooper uniform, a county prosecutor said Thursday.
- Hogan holds firm on $68M in education funds instead of $136M Updated: May-14-15 5:26 pm
ANNAPOLIS, Maryland - Republican Gov. Larry Hogan held firm Thursday on setting aside $68 million for an education funding formula for parts of the state where costs are higher - half as much as Democrats pushed for in the recent legislative session.
- Maryland police: 3 dead after Eastern Shore crash Updated: May-12-15 7:43 am
GIRDLETREE, Maryland - Maryland State Police say three people from Virginia are dead after a crash on the Eastern Shore.
- 3 injured after vintage car crashes into police cruiser Updated: May-11-15 8:35 pm
ANNAPOLIS, Maryland - Maryland State Police say three people were injured when a vintage sports car crashed into a trooper's cruiser in Annapolis.
- 4 injured in crash involving trooper responding to call Updated: May-11-15 7:23 am
BEL AIR, Maryland - Maryland State Police say four people were injured after a trooper's patrol car and another vehicle collided in a Harford County intersection as the trooper responded to a call.
- Maryland lawmakers form workgroup to examine policing Updated: May-05-15 6:05 pm
BALTIMORE - Maryland lawmakers have named a workgroup to examine public safety and policing practices.
- 300 Pennsylvania State Police personnel to aid in Baltimore Updated: Apr-29-15 10:37 am
HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - The Pennsylvania State Police is sending 300 troopers and other personnel to help authorities in Baltimore as they try to maintain peace and prevent a repeat of looting and arson that erupted earlier this week.