Witnesses said a suspect discharged a firearm five times while driving north on Murph Avenue around 6 p.m.
On Wednesday evening, Loudoun County Fire/EMS Officials requested Maryland State Police Aviation in the rescue of an injured National Park Ranger located on a high angle portion of the Appalachian Trail.
South Market Street, between South Street and Clark Place were closed to make repairs.
The Hagerstown Ford dealership on Massey Boulevard opened its doors to the public to show off their new state-of-the art facilities after wrapping up a three year project.
Franklin County is near the top of the list for the number of "texting while driving" violations in the state.
An industrial accident ended with one man dead Tuesday afternoon.
On Thursday, detectives conducted two search warrants and a substantial amount of jewelry and jewelry boxes were located. Detectives believe some of these items may have been stolen during unreported incidents.
Thursday evening a traditional Hindu prayer opened the Board of Aldermen public hearing to symbolize peace, fellowship and equality.
A Fayetteville man will spend between 10 to 20 years behind bars for sexual abuse and manufacturing child pornography, according to court records. The ruling was determined during Glenn Wileman's sentencing hearing Wednesday morning.
Pennsylvania State Police are actively searching for three girls who escaped from the Vision Quest Juvenile Center 11 days ago.
The Garrett County Sheriff's Office is investigating a daytime burglary that occurred in the Hutton Area of Fingerboard Road.
The Winchester Police Department is asking for the public's help after the Salvation Army on Weems Lane was broken into.
Police responded to Hager's Crossing for a car accident and once on scene, deputies learned that the driver had left prior to their arrival.
Interstate-81 SB near exit 8 in Washington County is back open after a tractor trailer rollover Tuesday morning.
National Pike (U.S. 40) in Clear Spring remains closed from MD 68 to Big Pool Road Friday morning due to significant flooding Thursday afternoon.
A resident of Fort Detrick is facing charges after selling drugs to an undercover officer.
The incident happened on Tuesday, June 10, 2014 around 3:49 p.m. at the Sanders Market along 25451 Military Road.
Both suspects are being held at the Allegany County Detention Center. Lamb is being held on a $175,000 bond; Urrutia on a $30,000 bond.
Interstate-81 was shut down Thursday evening following an accident near Greencastle.
Around 5 a.m. Thursday, more than 60 firefighters battled the fire at the warehouse along East 7th Street in Frederick.
Troopers say the tractor trailer hit a guard rail and then rolled over onto the interstate Friday morning, sprawling across all of the southbound lanes.
Hagerstown Police say they're searching for two suspects who robbed a McDonald's at knife-point and lacerated the hands of a store employee.
Officers with the Frederick Police Department have charged a local man after they say they found drugs and a gun inside his car during a traffic stop.
It happened just before 9 a.m. Wednesday at a home along National Pike.
Many residents were left without water Wednesday after a water main broke around midnight. The break happened in the town square, between Main and Water Streets.
No one was injured and the scene is now clear at Huntzberry Brothers after a vehicle fire was reported Tuesday morning.
Investigators with the Berryville police department are investigating after two people robbed the BB&T bank Friday evening.
Catoctin High, Thurmont Elementary, Thurmont Middle and Thurmont Primary are all on a 2-hour delay Thursday morning due to power outages.
Current Governor, Tom Corbett automatically goes to the November election as the republican side was uncontested in Tuesday's primary. On the democratic side, six candidates faced off.
Frederick County Fire/EMS officials were notified around 7:07 p.m. Tuesday that a 21-year-old hiker fell approximately 30 feet off the side of a cliff.
An investigation revealed that Jeri Gough was responsible for severely stabbing the victim.
The blaze happened around 4 a.m. on the 100 block of South Mildred Street in Ranson.
An emergency water shutdown occurred in the 600 block of Charles Street due to a water leak. The Department of Public Works is on the scene.
Church Street from Schifferstadt Drive to Gas House Pike is closed in both directions due to high water. Emergency vehicles can not navigate the area. Please use extreme caution and do not try to drive or walk through high water.
I-66 is closed at the 13 mile marker for an undetermined amount of time following a fatal accident involving a fully loaded gasoline tanker and a car early Friday morning.
This all began on 605 North Queen Street in Martinsburg Wednesday, May 14, 2014 when neighbors reported seeing a suspicious man, now identified as 20-year-old Michael Camps, pacing on top of a roof.
The chase ended when the vehicle crashed into the deputy's vehicle a second time before coming to rest in a ditch on Beartrack Farm Road.
Fire officials say the woman, identified as Karen Lee Gillespie, 47, suffered first and second-degree burns to her extremities and face.
The suspect may have run to Red Run Park where a getaway car was waiting. The vehicle is described as a dark sedan.
The crash happened along Interstate-70 westbound Thursday morning near Myersville, right near the Frederick - Washington County line.
Officials in Allegany County say they have charged a Frostburg State University Student after he made a threat online.
The City of Cumberland's Water Department issued an emergency water shut down after a 24-inch water main break early Wednesday morning.
The Washington County Sheriff's Office has confirmed that one person was killed in a single car accident early Tuesday morning.
A male passenger was ejected from the car and two females, including the driver, had to be extricated from the vehicle.
Hagerstown City Police are searching for a 17-year-old Baltimore girl who ran away Monday after visiting family in Hagerstown.
Police are searching for a white man, about 20 to 30 years-old, who was wearing a grey knit hat and a grey sweatshirt.
The parents of a little girl who died while in their care are facing additional charges related to her death, according to the State's Attorney for Frederick County.
First responders were called to the house around 2 p.m. Saturday along the 13000 block of Distant View Avenue. Deputies say emergency personnel administered first aid to the child after the family was already conducting CPR.
Brown faces up to 20 years behind bars and a fine of up to $1 million if convicted.
The 10-year-old girl was sexually assaulted over the course of multiple months on a Central Fulton District school bus.