- Rare Leopard to Debut at Maryland Zoo A rare leopard is set to make her debut at The Maryland Zoo Monday.
- Water Main Break Threatens Homes After Hydrant Bursts Homes in Burtonsville, Md. have been threatened after a water main break on the 14900 block of Peach Orchard Rd.
- Man Surrenders After Barricading Himself in Home A Gaithersburg man who barricaded himself in his house for nearly four hours Sunday night has peacefully surrendered, according to Montgomery County Police.
- Frederick Authorities Increasing Presence At Two MD Schools Law enforcement officials will have an increased presence at two Frederick County schools after rumors of threats that have so far been unsubstantiated rumors.
- Man Who Killed NYPD Officers First Shot Ex-Girlfriend In Md. Apartment We are learning more about the man who fired the fatal shots that killed two NYPD officers.
- Woman Charged With Fatally Stabbing Boyfriend In Md. Police in Baltimore say they've charged a woman with fatally stabbing her boyfriend with a knife during an argument.
- 911 Tapes Released In Southwest Emergency Landing A plane makes an emergency landing at BWI after hitting a bird.
- AACO Middle School Wins Month-Long Computer Coding Contest One Anne Arundel County middle school gets a big financial boost to its STEM program. After a month-long statewide contest, the governor hand-delivered a $10,000 check to the school.
- D.C. Metro Gas Prices Plummet Motorists in Maryland are paying 10 cents less at the pump when compared with a week ago.
- Tips on Protecting Your Business from Hackers The massive hack at Sony has some businesses second guessing their own cyber security.
- Nurse Exposed to Ebola Discharged from NIH The National Institutes of Health says an American nurse who was exposed to the Ebola virus while volunteering in Sierra Leone has been released from the hospital.
- Lots to Say in Historic Obama-Castro Phone Call When the leaders of the U.S. and Cuba had their first phone conversation in more than 50 years, they were not at a loss for words.
- Gruden Happy With Griffin’s Improvement, Says Relationship ‘Misunderstood’ Robert Griffin III will start the season finale against the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday at FedEx Field, but that does not mean Redskins coach Jay Gruden regrets benching his young quarterback.
- Suns End Wizards’ 6-Game Winning Streak Phoenix Suns coach Jeff Hornacek got the killer instinct he was looking for.
- Ravens’ Playoff Hopes Fade in 25-13 Loss to Texans The Baltimore Ravens want to leave behind what happened Sunday in Houston and focus on bouncing back next week.
- Mike Shanahan: RG3 Needs to Commit to Film Room ‘Like He’s Never Done Before’ Mike Shanahan says RG3 still possesses the “type of ability” required to become a franchise quarterback, although he’ll need to commit to the film room “like he’s never done before.”
- Ravens’ Playoff Hopes Fade In 25-13 Loss To Texans The Baltimore Ravens want to leave behind what happened Sunday in Houston and focus on bouncing back next week.
- Layman Leads No. 17 Maryland Past Oklahoma State Maryland passed another big test as it prepares for its first season in the rugged Big Ten.
- Warney, McGrew Lead Stony Brook Over Loyola 67-52 Jameel Warney came off the bench to score 18 points and grab 11 rebounds and Rayshaun McGrew scored 13 of his 15 points in the second half to lead Stony Brook to a 67-52 win over Loyola-Maryland on Sunday.
- Moseley, No. 14 Maryland Cruise By Coppin State 110-51 Brene Moseley had 18 points and eight assists and No. 14 Maryland cruised to a 110-51 victory over Coppin State on Sunday.