A 43-year-old Maryland man was sentenced Tuesday for breaking into a home in the Burtonsville area.
No injuries reported from fire in a commercial building in Rockville.
An Arlington mother of 3 was killed in the February accident.
As Bradford Bishop is added to the FBI Most Wanted list, a retired ranger remembers finding the family bodies.
More than 30 years ago, William Bradford Bishop allegedly killed his mother, wife and three sons.
Monifa Sanford, 21, is charged in the January deaths of two children in Montgomery County.
Officials find carcasses with throats slashed on path in the park.
Tavon Miles, 26,has been charged with murder in the slaying of Marc St. Aubin, 23.
County officials Leggett and Lacefield will not be held liable for monetary damages sought by the police union.
Richard Shemer faces up to five years in prison over intimate e-mails and conversations with a teenager.
Tehrani pushed his wife against a wall, and put his hands around her neck, according to prosecutors.
Police find shell casings, take a man into custody in Chevy Chase neighborhood
The first-degree cases include the deaths of two children during an exorcism.
Nearly 15 years ago, two students killed 13 people and themselves at their Colorado high school.
Officers from several agencies join a car-to-car search on the interstate that delayed and stunned commuters.
There have been eight killings in 2014, but the early spate comes as overall violent crime is in decline.
Kelvin Parache is accused of shooting James Allen Frazier, 21, in Germantown.
Two homicides in 24-hour span in Germantown, Silver Spring areas.
Police search for clues in snow-covered ground in Norbeck area.
Adderli Cruz-Rosario, 21, could be sentenced to 57 years in prison in a case involving five young siblings.
Post staff writer Dan Morse covers courts and crime in Montgomery County, Md. He arrived at the paper in 2005, after reporting stops at the Wall Street Journal, Baltimore Sun and Montgomery (Ala.) Advertiser, where he was a Pulitzer Prize finalist. He is the author of The Yoga Store Murder, to be published Nov. 5 by Berkley Books.
Dan grew up in Urbana, Ill., earned an environmental engineering degree from Vanderbilt University and is married to Post staff writer Dana Hedgpeth. An archive of his work can be found at www.danmorsearchive.com.