Orioles manager Buck Showalter contends momentum in baseball is only as good as the next game’s starting pitching, and that doesn’t necessarily spur winning streaks.
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Maryland casinos have been collectively giving away tens of millions of dollars a year — as much as 20 percent of their revenue in one case — in free play on slot machines and table games designed to keep their big-spending customers gambling, according to state documents.
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If some city streetlights seem slightly taller next year, don't be surprised.
The stakes are high for Bruce Jenner, who in a highly anticipated interview airing Friday night is expected to reveal to Diane Sawyer what many have long speculated — that the 1976 Olympic champion is now identifying as a transgender woman.
"X Factor" alums Fifth Harmony will be playing the Maryland State Fair in September.
"Call of Duty: Black Ops 3" is enlisting a few new recruits.
The Baltimore native has survived abuse, illness and career challenges to emerge as a broadcast star on The Howard Stern Show. She is scheduled to headline the Be A Hero fundraiser to benefit the Baltimore Child Abuse Center on April 30.
What's old is new again at the 39th annual Baltimore Symphony Decorators' Show House.
The Ravens’ insistence on taking the best player rather than targeting their biggest need adds to the shroud of mystery that annually surrounds the organization heading into the NFL draft.
With Sunday’s news that Indiana point guard Yogi Ferrell will return for his senior year in Bloomington, one of the biggest remaining pieces in the Big Ten Conference puzzle for next season is in place. While Maryland still looks like it will be the preseason choice to win the league, the Terps...
South Florida cornerback and kick returner Chris Dunkley visited the Ravens last week and came away encouraged by the trip.
Sandra Lynch tried steroid shots and physical therapy to cure her ailing knees, but finally her doctor said enough: The 62-year-old wedding officiant from Frederick needed surgery to get them both replaced.
As the state struggled under the national spotlight to fix its deeply flawed online health insurance marketplace last year, officials awarded more than $84 million in contracts without competition, about a third of the money spent on the troubled website.
The ill effects of being a couch potato kick in fast for kindergartners, a new study suggests.
The city of Baltimore — which is investigating whether police misconduct played a part in Freddie Gray's death — continues to pay out tens of thousands of dollars in settlements for lawsuits alleging brutality.
Some officials and community leaders called Monday for the U.S. Department of Justice to expand the ongoing "collaborative review" of the Baltimore Police Department by investigating whether officers have been violating the civil rights of residents — including Freddie Gray, who recently died in...
Obtaining documents from government agencies in Maryland is no simple task. The process typically involves filing a written request under the state's Public Information Act and waiting up to 30 days — but can also lead to disputes over photocopying fees, redacted details or outright denials.