Members of the U.S. Marshals Service, Martinsburg Police Dept., Berkeley County Sheriff Office and West Virginia State Police arrested two fugitives wanted on charges for violent crimes.
The City of Hagerstown hosted a special benefit concert Wednesday evening to help low-income locals with the high costs of living.
The Frederick County Bureau of Investigation conducted a investigation after a tip from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children last year.
Young professionals, the leaders of tomorrow, was the main theme at the "Generation Next" seminar Wednesday afternoon in Hagerstown.
Multiple fire and EMS units responded to the scene of a two alarm fire at Maryland Paper on Elliott Parkway Wednesday night around 10:30.
Nobody was injured, but there were at least a dozen animals inside at the time. We do not know if they made it out safely.
In Emmitsburg, male students squeezed into stilettos to support a good cause.
An accident on Interstate 81 northbound near Falling Waters caused quite a mess Tuesday night. The truck jackknifed, spilling diesel fuel all over the roadway.
It has been about two months since eight-year-old Edgar McLean passed away, but the community is still continuing to come together and honor his memory.
Jack Smith served as the volunteer fire chief for close to a decade.
The Hagerstown Police Department is investigating a shooting on Hager Street that killed one person and left two injured Monday evening.
A body found near the area of M.V. Smith Road is believed to be that of Martin Rogers, the Gaithersburg man who had been missing since August 21.
In Washington County, one public pool opened its doors to pet owners and their beloved pooches for one final end of the summer swim!
*Update: Washington Township police officers have charged Courtney Smith, 23, of Hagerstown with two felony counts after leading police on a high speed chase. Officers with Washington Township police are investigating a high speed police chase that happened on Buchanan Trail East, also known as Route 16 on Wednesday night.
U.S. Senate candidate Natalie Tennant rallied female supporters in honor of National Women's Day.
"Yeah it was very nerve-racking. I mean it's a very peaceful neighborhood," said Bethany House, Brookfield resident.
A meet and greet with Maryland politicians and the community took place in Western Maryland Thursday afternoon.
A Charles Town home is a total loss after a fire ripped through it Friday evening.
Investigators say the driver of a car did not notice traffic slowing ahead and rear-ended a tractor trailer.
Kids were able to make some last minute summer memories at the dive-in movie night!
Movie goers will have the choice of relaxing in their cars and tuning in their radios, or bringing their own blankets and lawn chairs to sit outside and watch under the stars.
The call came in just after 5 p.m. from the store on Eagle School Road in Martinsburg.
Four people are facing a slew of charges following a robbery and assault early Monday morning in Frederick. The Frederick Police Department said the incident happened around 3 a.m. in the area of Baker Place East.
Kids and families came out in droves for fun and festivities in West Virginia. Since 1947, the Berkeley County Youth Fair in Martinsburg has educated and entertained.
From cattle competitions to carnival rides, one Berkeley County event has it all, and it's all for kids!
Two men are behind bars after state police said they robbed several gas stations together in Franklin County at gunpoint.
Multiple units responded to a fire on West Franklin Street Monday night. It took them close to an hour to put out the blaze. No one was injured.
Friday night, runners came out to Marty Snook Park for a glow in the dark 5K run and walk supporting Brook Lane Health Services.
It was always a dream of Genny Kotun to have one of her books published, so hospice supplied a grant through their “My Wish” Program to have Genny's book, "Lovebunch" published and printed.
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.