The Winchester Police Department, with support from the community and Crime Solvers, were able to identify a shoplifting suspect shown in surveillance footage. Now, police need help in locating her whereabouts.
The Maryland State Police's McHenry Barrack is searching for the owner of a rifle they said was stolen by a Grantsville man.
The Frederick Police Department arrested three males, one adult and two juveniles, for allegedly possessing and distributing marijuana.
The Frederick County Sheriffs Office is warning the public about virtual kidnappings. In the last week, officials have received two reports of criminals calling and threatening to kill family members of victims if they do not fork over cash. One man shares his story.
In an effort to get the Eastern Panhandle more connected to the inner workings of state government, West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey hosted an open house event at this office in Martinsburg on Thursday.
A new report says espresso shots could be bad for your health.
Handley Regional Library is one of a handful of libraries in Virginia testing out a new summer reading program provided by the state.
The Western Maryland Blues Fest is back in Hagerstown with a jam-packed schedule of 16 performances in a four-day span.
The man who pleaded guilty to two counts of burglary received a combined sentence of 15 years with an additional 15 suspended in the Division of Corrections.
Following a stabbing in Martinsburg, one person is in the hospital, and a suspect is at large.
Frederick Police Department's Street Crimes Team brought one man into custody after they said he was in possession of enough cocaine to qualify him as a distributor.
A Lonaconing man was arrested for his alleged participation in a domestic assault involving a firearm, in the early hours of Thursday morning.
Troopers with Maryland State Police in Cumberland are searching for two suspects after they say they broke into an apartment early Thursday morning.
Deputies with the Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office are searching for a man after they say he robbed a Dollar General.
The FBI is seeking the public's help after the discovery of multiple skimming devices that were found in ATM machines in Shippensburg and Carlisle. Authorities across the four-state area are also alerting their own communities on how they can protect themselves.
On Tuesday, the Hagerstown City Council passed the 2016 fiscal year final budget that includes a 1.5 cent property tax hike.
A Baltimore man is behind bars and facing heroin-related charges.
May is Melanoma and Skin Cancer Prevention and Detection month and one Martinsburg man wants to warn others to start getting serious about using sunscreen.
The Winchester Police Department's Animal Control Unit is warning pet owners of an outbreak of a contagious disease that can be deadly for dogs. Investigators said canine parvovirus has killed two puppies, following an adoption event earlier this month in Winchester.
Rep. John Delaney was in Frederick County, Md. Wednesday, visiting the local public schools system.
Check out this week's Save-A-Lot Kidscaster, William Stottlemyer!
One woman was taken to Meritus Medical Center for non-life-threatening injuries after being struck by a vehicle on the corner of E. Washington and Potomac Street.
A father's decision to make his 13-year-old son take the wheel of his car proved to be very costly as now, he's facing charges of child neglect, according to police.
One man is in custody after troopers with the Maryland State Police discovered him driving a stolen van hauling a stolen lawn mower and various items.
A joint investigation conducted by the Cumberland Police and the Allegany County Combined Criminal Investigation Unit (C3I) led to the arrest of an 18-year-old Cumberland man for allegedly sexually assaulting a 9-year-old boy.
It's time for the National Spelling Bee, and we'd like to tell you about some awesome kids from the 4-State area who are gearing up for competition!
Additional red light violation cameras will be operating on the streets of Frederick, Md. as part of an automated approach to traffic safety.
Most recently the Deputy Chief of Police in Sarasota, Fla., Moyer has strong ties to western Maryland. He has family in Hagerstown, and was formerly the barrack commander of Maryland State Police in Cumberland.
Thanks to an $8,000 donation from local community organizations, the Winchester Police Department has been able to outfit all of their officers with tourniquets.
The Greencastle-Antrim school board recently approved the proposed budget for the 2015-2016 school year that includes no real estate tax increase and no cuts to jobs or programs.
ChildSafe Center, a child advocacy center in Winchester, will soon receive the most money ever from the United Way.
The Frederick County Sheriff's Office made three arrests for possession of a controlled dangerous substance and administration equipment in Frederick County on Friday.
One Augusta, W.Va., man is dead after crashing into an embankment on Fort Hill Road.
Fire crews responded to yet another house fire in Franklin County early Tuesday morning. Two people were displaced following the fire that ripped through their home.
The Martinsburg Police Department discovered marijuana, heroin, crack cocaine and materials consistent with drug trafficking after pulling over and arresting a man who was driving erratically on Monday.
The FBI is looking into a series of threats called in Monday morning by someone who claimed chemical weapons were on board airplanes.
Dispatchers in Washington County say they believe an inmate at the Roxbury Correctional Institution is being transported to Bayview for treatment of burns.
A man has been charged with 1st degree assault after choking a woman with a dog leash on Monday around 7:30 p.m.
Maryland Natural Resources Police officers were called just before 5:30 p.m. for a missing, possibly drowned swimmer. They learned two teenage boys, one 16 and one 17-years-old, were swimming near the head of the lake, where it’s about 300 ft. across. The 16-year-old, from Kitzmiller drowned.
“We are commemorating the soldiers that made the ultimate sacrifice here at the Battle of Monocacy,” said park ranger Brett Spaulding. “We have 2,200 flags that are for both the Union and Confederate casualties.”
After multiple drafts and work sessions, the Frederick County Council recently adopted a budget for fiscal year 2016.
It was business as usual on Memorial Day at the 7-Eleven in Ranson - despite hours earlier, being the scene of a crime.
As the summer begins, troopers from Maryland State Police are increasing their enforcement efforts to cut down on drunk driving and distracted driving.
Guests observed Memorial Day by visiting the battlefield's monuments and the graves of soldiers buried in the cemetery.
The Hometown Heroes banners project expanded as the legacy of more than 80 fallen military members were honored along Main Street on Monday.
Memorial Day services were held at the Winchester National Cemetery for the first time in two decades.
A fire in Waynesboro left a family without a home as the structure is now labeled as uninhabitable.
Officers with the Ranson Police Department say there was an armed robbery at the 7-Eleven on the 800 block of North Midred Street early Monday morning.
A home is a total loss after a fire early Monday morning.
One person was flown to Western Maryland Regional Hospital after an ATV accident Sunday morning.