Top News: Surprise Police Chase, Online Word Wars and a Family in Need
The spotlight may have been on the Democratic National Convention, but plenty of news happened in Howard County this week.
Police pursued two suspects after attempting to serve a warrant.
The Roberts family has more than $100,000 of medical debt from their youngest son's bouts with pneumonia.
The NTSB report creates a somewhat more complete picture of what happened the night of Aug. 20 when a freight train derailed over Ellicott City's Main Street, killing two 19-year-old women.
Eighteen misdemeanor charges related to neglect of animals still remain for Elizabeth Lindenau.
School Board candidate Ann De Lacy says the name-calling is more than uncivil. She says it’s dangerous. Her critics say she's running a divisive campaign.
Tatyana McFadden has earned seven medals at the Paralympics. This week, she earned her first gold.
Robert Jarrett is accused of killing his wife, Christine, in 1991 and burying her under a shed in Elkridge.
The state's three casinos brought in $44.6 million in August, down from $48 million in July, said Maryland Lottery.