Orioles manager Buck Showalter expects to make “five or more” cuts after the split-squad games on Sunday. Most will be position players; at least one will be a pitcher.
A 3-year-old girl died in a smoky house fire Sunday morning in North Baltimore, city fire officials said. Her father and a neighbor tried to rescue the girl but were turned back by flames, the neighbor said.
Martin O'Malley, the former Maryland governor who is considering a presidential campaign, said Sunday that voters shouldn't coronate Hillary Clinton as the Democratic nominee -- arguing in a national television appearance that the nation needs new leadership.
Baltimore County police are investigating a shooting early Sunday morning in Lansdowne that left a man dead, police said.
The director of Baltimore's floundering CitiStat agency has been operating a private legal practice that works for state government under a contract that could be worth nearly $1 million, according to public records.
Marguerite Gallup can see it in her mind's eye: her three children racing Big Wheels in the alley behind their red brick rowhouse, her husband at work at the nearby steel mill. She'd be in the small but serviceable kitchen where she made the family dinner every night.
The Montgomery County mortgage lender arrived at the Horseshoe Casino Baltimore with money clips holding 50 neatly folded $100 bills. But after the player spent 80 minutes at a blackjack table, a shift manager approached, told him politely but firmly that the casino didn't want his business,...
Jeffrey Wyatt sat down in the barber chair in the hallway of Annapolis High School and asked for a close cut, as his 10-year-old son Josh got in the chair next to him.
Multiple agencies, SWAT responded and found no threat at home Thursday
They came together by the hundreds, sharing a common faith, facing 30-degree temperatures and occasional snow flurries as they walked three miles along Baltimore streets behind a hoisted wooden cross.
Arguments before the U.S. Supreme Court last week over whether Texas can refuse to issue license plates bearing the Confederate battle flag to the group Sons of Confederate Veterans should sound familiar.
When the latest section of Baltimore's Jones Falls Trail was completed late in the fall, trail boosters thought it best to hold off on a dedication ceremony. Spring weather would be better, they thought.
A man was shot in the arm in Highlandtown on Saturday night, Baltimore police said.
A woman was injured and a family displaced after a Joppa home caught fire early Saturday, fire officials said.
COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) — Police say five University of Maryland students were robbed by men armed with a knife and a BB gun at an off-campus apartment.
MARION STATION, Md. (AP) — Maryland state police say a teenage girl was killed and her mother critically injured after a box truck hit their car from behind and pushed it into the path of an ongoing vehicle.
In June 2014, Baltimore police held a news conference to demonstrate their commitment to transparency amid growing distrust after a number of allegations of police brutality.
Don’t be surprised to see a few snowflakes in the Baltimore area on Saturday morning.
The Maryland Senate and House of Delegates are expected to conference this week on the one thing they are required to do by the Maryland Constitution — pass a balanced budget.
A traffic stop in the Irvington neighborhood Friday night resulted un a car crash and a shot fired into the air. No one was hurt, and the suspect was taken into custody.
The four women stood on the same brick sidewalk Friday night outside the Modell Center for the Performing Arts. All four identified themselves as survivors of sexual assault. But in every other way that mattered, they were miles apart.
The U.S. Justice Department says the Baltimore City Detention Center continues to violate federal law in its treatment of youths charged as adults, failing to provide adequate programs and holding some in solitary confinement for "extraordinary" periods of time.
Del. C.T. Wilson stepped to the podium of a state Senate committee during a routine hearing, about to confess a secret.
The eight inspectors of the Baltimore liquor board have sent a letter to their bosses raising concerns about a new work schedule that requires them to inspect bars at night and on weekends.
The Baltimore County Detention Center was locked down and closed to visitors for more than a day this week after a fight involving a dozen inmates, county officials confirmed Friday.
A Senate committee cut a swath through Gov. Larry Hogan's first-year legislative agenda Friday as it said no to several of his flagship initiatives, including a halt to increases in the gas tax.
Baltimore County and other high-growth suburban jurisdictions would receive extra state money to alleviate school overcrowding under an initiative announced Friday in Annapolis.
Local dockworkers' approval of a long-disputed labor contract in Baltimore sends a message to shippers that the city's port is "open for business," according to a union official.
A Randallstown title insurance agent who allegedly stole tens of thousands from her clients to pay her personal bills pleaded guilty to felony theft and felony theft scheme charges, the Maryland Attorney General's Office announced Friday.
A man was shot in the head outside a West Baltimore deli, Baltimore police said.
A Baltimore man is suing a urologist and Good Samaritan Hospital, claiming an penile implant procedure caused him pain and left him unable to have sex, according to a lawsuit filed this month.
Adding to its reach around the state, LifeBridge Health announced Friday it will absorb Carroll Hospital Center into its system Wednesday, agreeing to invest $250 million to renovate and expand the facility and its services.
A Senate committee on Friday carved Gov. Larry Hogan's proposal to cancel future increases in the state gas tax down to a shadow of its former self.
Baltimore County Police on Friday said they investigated a "possible barricade" at a dwelling on the 9700 block of Bon Haven Lane in Owings Mills but, after searching the home, found nothing inside.
Baltimore County and other high-growth suburban jurisdictions would receive extra money for school construction under an initiative announced Friday by House Speaker Michael E. Busch.
Spring continues to be slow to really begin as March nears its close. Case in point: There is a 30% chance of snow showers on Saturday afternoon, the National Weather Service says. The high is forecast to be 42. Accuweather says there may be light snow covering the ground in some parts of the...
Maryland employers added 6,100 jobs in February, one of the largest monthly gains in a year, but with gains split almost evenly between the public and private sectors, the growth underscores the task the state faces as it works to make itself less reliant on government jobs.
A car crashed into a row home in the 3500 block of Edmondson Avenue sometime early Friday. Police were on the scene, but did not have any immediate information available regarding the cause of the accident.
Good morning, Baltimore: Here's what you need to know for Friday.
An Arnold woman was sentenced to seven years in federal prison Thursday on child pornography charges.