Even if he didn’t earn Pro Bowl honors with his superlative 2014 campaign, Ravens guard Kelechi Osemele hasn’t let that goal out of his sights.
Ravens outside linebacker Elvis Dumervil, who led the team with 17.5 sacks in 2014, missed a third straight training camp practice Sunday with tendinitis in his Achilles, and coach John Harbaugh said the team won't take a chance with the star pass rusher.
Bob Baffert and Ahmed Zayat knew there was risk in running American Pharoah after he won the Triple Crown.
A private security officer for a jewelry store at Mondawmin Mall fired at least one gunshot in the parking lot Sunday afternoon as he chased a man who allegedly stole a ring from the store, police said.
Rino Imperiale has a message for Washington as the possibility looms of a second government shutdown in two years.
She was graceful and engaging while entertaining the politicians from South Korea, gliding from one conversation to another and sharing warm words of welcome. She gave a speech that drew applause.
When Chris Davis hit a solo home run in the fourth inning of Sunday’s game, he equaled both his home run total (26) and RBI total (72) for all of last season.
After a strong first half of the season, Orioles right-hander Ubaldo Jimenez returned from the All-Star Break with his confidence riding high, but following his team’s 6-1 loss to the Detroit Tigers on Sunday afternoon at Camden Yards, Jimenez was searching for answers.
Setting the scene: The Ravens began their second straight day of full-pads practice at 4 p.m. on a warm afternoon in Owings Mills with a large crowd in attendance. Many veterans got the day off and the young stars of the team put on a good show.
Ten federal agents will join the Baltimore police homicide unit, commanders announced Sunday, after the city followed its deadliest month in decades with a night in which 10 people were shot — seven of them in one incident.
Rookie right-hander Tyler Wilson will start against the Oakland Athletics in ther series opener Monday in place of Chris Tillman, whose turn in the rotation will be skipped because of a nagging left ankle injury.
Ravens wide receiver Marlon Brown has a back injury and is regarded as day-to-day, according to sources.
Interim Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin Davis announced a reorganization of the department in an email to police Saturday night, formally promoting or moving 28 people into new roles and undoing some changes made by his predecessor Anthony W. Batts.
One person was pulled from the water Sunday morning in Fells Point, according to Baltimore officials.
A 28-year-old man is dead, another is in serious condition, and eight others were injured in overnight shootings — including seven in one incident — in Baltimore, police said early Sunday.
Seven people were shot — all of them in the leg — in a single incident overnight on Baltimore's west side, police said early Sunday.
It only takes a bit of felt, a strip of ribbon and a dab of glue to give a child superpowers — greater than their imagined X-ray vision and gift of flight, it makes them feel safe and loved.
The American Journalism Review will stop publishing online, bringing to an end 38 years of reporting on the news media.
Verizon and unions representing workers in nine states said employees will work without a contract as more negotiations are scheduled.
Matt Elam and Ravens coaches had built up a considerable amount of hope that the strong safety would have a resurgent year following two disappointing NFL seasons.
Former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley became the first Democratic presidential candidate to make a campaign stop in Puerto Rico this year as part of an effort to woo Latino voters.
First, the Mariner Point Swim Club shut its doors two years ago. Now, Joppatowne could face another blow, as the community's only marina is in danger of closing.
Misty Copeland officially became the first African-American woman to be named a principal in the 75-year history of the American Ballet Theater on Saturday, but the dancer wasn't celebrating with a champagne toast or big party.
A group known for cross-city marches on foot took to bicycles Saturday to protest a recent surge in violence, as the number of homicides in Baltimore has risen to a level not seen in decades.
Kevin Gausman admits that he used to fear pitching at Camden Yards. Because of its hitter-friendly reputation, he was preoccupied with giving up homers. But part of Gausman's growth has been becoming comfortable pitching in his home park while gaining confidence with his success there.
Dr. Howard W. Jones Jr., a Johns Hopkins physician who pioneered research into in vitro fertilization and oversaw the birth of the first "test tube" baby, died of respiratory failure Friday at Sentara Heart Hospital in Virginia, according to Johns Hopkins Medicine. He was 104.
A group of Sandtown-Winchester residents met Saturday to discuss ways to improve one of the city's most blighted and impoverished communities since the death of Freddie Gray and the unrest that followed.
Sen. Ben Cardin has emerged as a central figure in the debate over the pending nuclear deal with Iran, joining a small group of lawmakers who could decide the future of one of President Barack Obama's most significant foreign policies.
HAGERSTOWN — Washington County is a proudly conservative place. Voters haven't backed a Democrat for president since 1964, and same-sex marriage lost by a landslide in a referendum three years ago.
Annapolis will host the 2017 Young Republicans National Convention, Mayor Mike Pantelides announced Saturday.
Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby recently derailed an initiative to bring together city leaders, law enforcement commanders, academics, public health officials and others to identify real-time homicide trends and develop targeted responses — the latest crime-fighting program to falter...
After shooting down the state's request for disaster aid for the second time last week, the Federal Emergency Management Agency said Maryland could recover costs associated with rioting that broke out after the death of Freddie Gray in other ways.
In July, Baltimore marked a gruesome milestone, recording 45 homicides — the highest monthly tally in more than four decades. Here are some other statistics on city homicides, according to data since 1970.
A 29-year-old was shot in the head on Cole Street in the city's first homicide in August, Baltimore police said.
On Friday, Howard County council unanimously approved a bill banning "vaping" — or the use of electronic cigarettes and vaporizers — in public places.
33,000-square-foot facility will house the 29th Military Police Company
The morning after the city broke out in riots on April 27, T. Rowe Price Group CEO James A.C. Kennedy sent an email to Baltimore Deputy Mayor Colin Tarbert. Attached were two tweets, one calling for protests at T. Rowe and other major downtown businesses, and another saying "imagine if" rioters...
The Orioles’ 8-7 win over the Detroit Tigers on Friday night wasn’t the way you typically draw them up, but they couldn’t argue with the result.
Even before the unrest in April — before rioters set fires in several city neighborhoods, before homicides reached highs not seen in decades, before local, state and federal law enforcement leaders set up a "war room" to target the most violent criminals — Baltimore was a hotbed of activity for...
On May 20, 2013, Freddie Gray stood in a Baltimore courtroom wearing a yellow prison suit, hands handcuffed behind his back. He stood next to his defense attorney — a woman who in two years would be prosecuting six city police officers in his death.