Our view: The race presented a difficult choice, but we believe the lieutenant governor would be better able to enact the changes needed to maintain Md.'s prosperity
Baltimore County Police are advising motorists to avoid the Hunt Valley area on Sundaybecause of road closures tied to the 22nd Annual Susan G. Komen Maryland Race for the Cure.
Maryland Natural Resources Police are looking for a person they said shot and killed a bald eagle in Pasadena last month, the state agency said on Friday.
Rep. Andy Harris, the state's top-elected Republican official, is attempting to boost GOP candidates running in Maryland legislative races by pumping money into a new organization made possible by relaxed federal campaign finance rules, recently filed reports show.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Anthony G. Brown reported Friday that he has raised $4.1 million for his race over the last two months.
Federal health regulators picked Johns Hopkins Medicine on Friday to lead development of a Web-based tool to train doctors, nurses and other health care workers on the protocols they should follow when treating patients with, or at risk of contracting, Ebola.
Baltimore's public works chief is stressing that the city has no plans to privatize the water system, as hundreds are expected to rally Monday at City Hall.
Police are looking for a suspect in a sexual assault that took place Thursday morning on Meridene Drive in Northeast Baltimore.
A Maryland Transportation Authority Police officer has resigned from the force following a conviction this week stemming from a 2012 incident in which he beat a man with his gun, the state agency said in a statement Friday.
A new poll shows Republican Steve Schuh has a significant lead over Democrat George F. Johnson IV in the Anne Arundel County executive race.
Boyd Rutherford was raised in a Democratic family in Democratic Northeast Washington, but the running mate of Republican Larry Hogan says he decided early on that the GOP was closer to his values.
Democrat Ken Ulman, dressed in Lucky jeans and a polo shirt, strode to the entrance of Robinson Nature Center, excited to give a tour of one of his favorite accomplishments as Howard County executive.
The University System of Maryland's Board of Regents unanimously approved a policy Friday — believed to be among the first of its kind — denying bonuses to coaches and athletic directors whose players don't measure up academically.
NTSB investigating crash; preliminary report expected within five to 10 days
In the Maryland governor's race, Anthony G. Brown is expected to report a sizable lead over Republican Larry Hogan in cash on hand Friday night, but it won't be anything like the advantage held by the other two Democrats on the statewide ballot.
Baltimore County police are searching for a convicted bigamist they say was married to at least six women in different areas of Maryland at the same time.
Following an injury-plagued season, right-hander Steve Johnson has been removed from the Orioles’ 40-man roster and outrighted to Triple-A Norfolk, the Orioles announced on Friday.
Falcons special-teams player Patrick DiMarco not fined
Gov. Martin O'Malley plans to return to New Hampshire Monday to stump for a U.S. Senate and gubernatorial candidate there, aides said.
A student shot dead a female classmate and wounded four others when he opened fire in the cafeteria of his Washington state high school on Friday, apparently after a fight with fellow students, officials said.
Powerball sales fell 40.8 percent in Maryland in September compared to the same month a year earlier, according to information provided to the Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Commission at its monthly meeting.
The Ravens will be shorthanded at tight end for Sunday’s game against the Cincinnati Bengals as veteran tight end Owen Daniels underwent arthroscopic surgery on his left knee after his injury didn’t improve this week.
The Ravens are $5.545 million under the NFL salary-cap limit of $133 million.
Baltimore police on Friday released the identities of two men killed in separate incidents over two days this week.
A Baltimore man on Friday was arrested and charged with robbing a woman at a bingo game hall during the early morning hours in Brooklyn Park, according to Anne Arundel County Police.
South Moon Under, the Berlin, Md.,-based fashion retailer that got its start as an Ocean City surf shack in 1968, is going international.
Tarrant says Conaway's rambling videos show he should not hold public office
Larry Hogan, the Republican candidate for governor, smartly focuses his campaign messaging on the need to give the Maryland economy a lift. It's not an original idea, and certainly de rigueur for any Republican in any election year. But as he builds a case for placing a pro-business...
A Baltimore County administrative judge has approved a proposed outlet mall in White Marsh that's drawn opposition from neighbors and rival retailers.
The second raw sewage leak announced in as many weeks poured 36,000 gallons of untreated wastewater into a Baltimore stream Thursday, the city's Department of Public Works said.
One Direction is coming to Baltimore next year, with a tour date at M&T Bank Stadium on Aug. 8.
Federal regulators announced Thursday that the Calvert Cliffs nuclear power plant may continue to keep its spent fuel at the southern Maryland plant for another 40 years.
Democratic gubernatorial Anthony G. Brown derided as "ridiculous' a charge Thursday by Republican rival Larry Hogan that the lieutenant governor is planning to raise tuition rates at community colleges.
A man was shot more than once in the leg near Harford Heights Elementary and William C. March Middle schools in South Clifton Park Thursday night, police said.
The Republican Governors Association has jumped into the Maryland election campaign, creating a fast-paced new ad critical of Democrat Anthony G. Brown and buying Baltimore television time to back Larry Hogan.
A fugitive who was mistakenly released from a state detention center in Baltimore last week while awaiting trial for murder was caught Thursday, police said.
A Bel Air man who in July tried to breach the White House grounds returned Wednesday and this time scaled the fence, saying he felt "targeted" by the government and wanted to talk to President Barack Obama, according to court documents.
The Department of Justice official in charge of the coming review of the Baltimore Police Department cautioned that the examination is not an "overnight venture," and it will take time to change a culture that has sparked distrust among residents.
Baltimore city and school district police have arrested two girls in a group robbery and beating of a 17-year-old on Tuesday. Investigators say they are looking for more suspects.
Baltimore County police say a Gwynn Oak man arrested Tuesday on child pornography charges was a government contract worker whose job required top secret clearance.