Baltimore students who failed classes during the 2020-2021 school year will still pass on to the next grade level, the city's school board announced this week.
A violent hit-and-run motorcycle crash in Prince George's County was caught on camera - and police are still investigating.
Montgomery County fire officials say hand sanitizer and smoking combined to ignite a roaring car fire on Rockville Pike on Thursday.
A controversial billboard is causing a commotion in Calvert County.
The young boy was taken to a nearby hospital and is expected to recover.
A Maryland priest tested positive for COVID-19, despite being fully vaccinated, after a trip to India.
A Maryland woman set her home on fire with a person inside it and then sat outside in a lawn chair to watch, according to law enforcement.
Authorities say a good Samaritan dove into the waters of Assawoman Bay to rescue a toddler who had been thrown from a vehicle and off a bridge during a crash near Ocean City Sunday.
Surveillance video obtained by FOX 5 shows the moment a young pregnant teen was shot in Prince George's County last week in a violent incident that left her dead and her unborn baby clinging to life before being delivered at a nearby hospital.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said Sunday he expects the CDC to revise its guidelines after acknowledging that the risk of COVID-19 transmission in an outdoor setting is “really low.”
Authorities have arrested and charged a 12-year-old boy they say shot and killed a 13-year-old teen during an argument in Prince George's County Saturday night.
Police are looking for a gunman who reportedly fired at officers from what they described as a "higher elevation" in Gaithersburg on Wednesday.
The family of a Leonardtown teenager who was shot and killed by a Maryland State Trooper provided FOX 5 with a statement on Wednesday, saying they’re “heartbroken” in the wake of his death.
A new model suggests that if 95% of Americans wear a mask, 14,000 lives could be saved over the summer from COVID-19 in the United States.
Maryland State Police have confirmed at least one driver has received six traffic citations and fines totaling $1,800 after video showed drivers allegedly stopping traffic, driving recklessly and doing donuts, or burnouts, on the Capital Beltway on Sunday.
A dosage mix-up at a Baltimore production facility, which ruined about 15 million doses of Johnson & Johnson’s COVID vaccine, has prompted the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to delay certification of the facility.
Montgomery County authorities say they have charged a 28-year-old woman with the attempted murder of her 3-year-old daughter.
Talk about a fish out of water! Well, technically we're talking about sharks and they're still in water, but they're certainly not where you'd expect.
Americans can likely expect to see the swarm across 15 states as the ground temperature warms, according to a mapping site from the University of Connecticut.
A Baltimore-area high school is facing scrutiny after reports came out about a student who passed just three classes in four years, but moved ahead anyway. Now that he’s being sent back to the ninth grade, his mother says the school failed him.