An assistant attorney general asked Friday for a state ethics commission ruling on whether former Gov. Martin O'Malley's purchase of furniture from the governor's mansion violated rules regarding state-owned property.
Three children and a woman were injured Friday night in a North Baltimore apartment fire, a city spokesman said.
The Texas Rangers acquired lefty ace Cole Hamels at the July 31 trade deadline not so much for this year's pennant push, but for the three-plus years left on his contract.
Everything about the gleaming, $442 million Horseshoe Casino Baltimore, which is celebrating its one-year anniversary, seems outsized — including the expectations.
For more than 200 years, the timbers lay hidden in the murky waters of the Nanticoke River. For decades, beach-bound traffic whizzed by above on U.S. 50.
Two men and a woman were arrested in North Baltimore and charged with handgun and drug violations, city police announced Friday.
Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby dropped the remaining charge against the former lead detective in the Phylicia Barnes murder case, who had been accused of assaulting people after forcing his way into a home in a search for his missing daughter.
The Baltimore City Health Department said Friday there was three confirmed cases of West Nile virus in the city, and officials are going door-to-door in the impacted neighborhoods with educational materials.
A federal bankruptcy judge ordered a division of the Royal Bank of Canada this week to pay about $45 million in damages for undervaluing assets it seized from a now-defunct real estate firm in the 2007 housing collapse that fueled the recession.
A federal judge has denied a request for an injunction to temporarily restore the accreditation of troubled Sojourner-Douglass College.
The Baltimore public defender's office said it plans to review nearly 2,000 cases in which police used a controversial cellphone surveillance tool without defense attorneys' knowledge, and decide whether to challenge them.
Ohio-based Safeguard Properties, which has faced claims across the country that it locked people out of their homes or took their belongings before the foreclosure process was complete, settled a complaint from the Maryland attorney general's office Friday.
Fourteen people arrested in Baltimore with illegal guns will now face federal charges as a result of an alliance to curb violence in the city, authorities said Friday.
A federal appeals court on Friday ruled in favor of the Obama administration in a dispute over the National Security Agency's bulk collection of telephone data on hundreds of millions of Americans.
Maryland schools Superintendent Lillian Lowery, who shepherded the state through three years of upheaval in school curriculum and testing, abruptly announced Friday that she's leaving the job.
"House of Cards" is casting for nurses, doctors and other medical personnel in the Baltimore area for scenes that are filming through Wednesday.
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Two people were shot, one fatally, in Southwest Baltimore Thursday night, police said.
The cells inside the Baltimore City Detention Center are decrepit — with two detainees confined in a space barely big enough for one. The showers are filthy. The plumbing frequently leaks.
Maryland lawmakers vowed Thursday to investigate and clamp down on companies that "buy" lawsuit settlements after learning that hundreds of lead-poisoning victims in Baltimore had signed away their court-approved rights to long-term financial support in return for quick cash worth only a fraction...
Fox Sports Southeast has promoted Stephanie Ready (Coppin State) to NBA game analyst for Charlotte Hornets broadcasts, making her the first female to hold such a full-time position in the league.
The sight of Orioles center fielder Adam Jones crashing into an unpadded portion of the Kauffman Stadium wall while chasing a fly to left-center field Thursday afternoon was enough to make his teammates cringe.
An exhausted Morgen Piper used to roll past her workout studio just down the street from Francis Scott Key Elementary/Middle School at the end of the day, thinking "I just can't do it."
Waving her hands above her head, Kelly Leschefsky shouted over the morning rush at Perry Hall High School: "Come and grab your breakfast and take it to your classroom!"
At least one person was injured in a crash on the Baltimore beltway at Hollins Ferry Road that caused major delays during rush hour on Thursday, police said.
The multistory parking garages rising next to Interstate 795 stand as the most visible signs of new construction near the Owings Mills Metro station.
Gov. Larry Hogan is expected to go back to the hospital Friday for his fourth round of chemotherapy, according to his office.
A year ago, Maryland men’s basketball coach Mark Turgeon and his team were unsure of what their inaugural season in the Big Ten Conference would bring. In a preseason poll, the Terps were picked to finish 10th in the 14-team league.
Stanley Smith has spent nearly four decades helping troubled young people earn GEDs and get jobs, but he learned something new this week that he thinks will help him do his job even better.
The 18-year-old accused of killing his father in their Catonsville home has been returned to Maryland after his arrest in Pennsylvania last week, according to court records.
The incoming class of Under Armour All-Americans for the Maryland men’s lacrosse program has shrunk by one.
Demolition work on the burned-out CVS at the corner of Pennsylvania and North avenues in Baltimore began Friday, with the goal of rebuilding and reopening the pharmacy by the end of the year.
A former franchisee alerted an executive in charge of Subway's advertising in 2008 about her concerns about pitchman Jared Fogle, according to her lawyer.
Orioles center fielder Adam Jones left Thursday’s game against the Kansas City Royals after a violent collision with the outfield wall while chasing a batted ball in the bottom of the first inning.
Four years ago, as Afua Boateng was looking for ways to pay for her education, she decided to take two summer jobs: one in retail and the other working for Howard County's Restoring the Environment and Developing Youth program.
Maryland gambling officials approved a new lottery drawing game Thursday. The regulators also voted to lower the minimum average annual payout that casinos are required to award players from their slot machines.
Hill says he's found a home in Baltimore
Orioles third baseman Manny Machado knows he has a long way before he even thinks about matching Cal Ripken Jr.’s consecutive games played streak. But not only is Machado the only player in the majors to play in every game this season, he owns baseball’s longest active consecutive games streak...
Heather R. Mizeur, a former state lawmaker who developed an energetic following among Maryland progressives during her run for governor last year, is endorsing Rep. Chris Van Hollen for Senate, according to a video posted on her Facebook page Wednesday.
For the first time, a billion people used Facebook in a single day on Monday.