Gov.-elect Larry Hogan plans to host a "people's celebration" next month along with more traditional formal inauguration parties.
There would be roast pork, black beans and rice, yucca and flan at Eva Queral Fiastro's annual holiday dinner for her large Cuban-American family this weekend, as always. But this year, there will be an even bigger helping of news to digest: President Barack Obama's surprise announcement that...
Shaking their heads in disgust, the Ravens trudged off the field late Sunday afternoon after being manhandled by the Houston Texans. The emotions in their quiet locker room ran the gamut from subdued to shocked.
Maryland sought added validation to its strong start Sunday.
Baltimore City police arrested 29-year-old Trina Shannon Collins on Sunday for the stabbing death of 31-year-old Devon McCloud after what police say was a domestic dispute.
A fire Saturday night at Hazelwood Elementary/Middle School caused more than $100,000 in damages to three portable units, Baltimore City fire officials say.
New York detectives and Baltimore County investigators are convening in Owings Mills, hoping the lone survivor of a deadly rampage will provide clues as to why Ismaaiyl Abdula Brinsley gunned down two New York City police officers.
Baltimore City Police report two men were shot in a pair of unrelated incidents Saturday night.
Updated: The missing Baltimore County teenager has been located and returned safely, police said late Saturday night.
The shooting of a woman at an Owings Mills apartment complex was the precursor for the ambush killing of two New York City police officers later in the day, law enforcement officials said.
When Alice Oaks' older son was shot to death in Baltimore in 2008, she said her goodbye at the Maryland Shock Trauma Center. He lay there, a tube still in his mouth, and it seemed to her that his body was glowing. She felt numb. She bent over and kissed him softly on the forehead and the cheek.
The Baltimore Police officer who was shot in the stomach while performing a traffic stop Dec. 14 was transferred to Maryland Shock Trauma Center on Friday night.
A former Baltimore police officer who went to prison for his role in a towing scandal has lost his quest to get his job back, according to a ruling from the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
City officials say Baltimore's speed camera system was designed to protect children walking in school zones. And indeed, no pedestrians were injured in school-zone crashes the last year the cameras operated.
Baltimore City police reported two shootings Saturday morning.
The head of Amtrak questioned whether a continuing study of replacement options for the troubled 140-year-old Baltimore & Potomac Tunnel under West Baltimore is a "waste of time," given what he sees as a national failure to commit adequate funding to major passenger rail projects.
When Scott Coolbaugh was dismissed as Texas Rangers hitting coach after the 2012 season, primarily because club higher-ups were looking for a bigger name after a disappointing ousting by the upstart Orioles in that season’s wild-card playoff, Coolbaugh decided to remain in the...
About 136,685 people enrolled in policies through the state's health exchange as of the Dec. 18 deadline for coverage beginning Jan. 1, Gov. Martin O'Malley and Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown reported Friday.
The Maryland Judiciary has defended a District Court judge's decision in June to grant bail to a man who was accused of shooting a Baltimore police officer last weekend.
A Baltimore County jury on Friday convicted a man known as Baltimore's "Public Enemy No. 1" in a fatal 2012 shooting outside a Parkville bar.
State regulators, a state consumer advocate and a major competitor of the popular ride-sharing company Uber Technologies joined together Friday to question a proposed settlement that would allow Uber to legally operate sedan and SUV services in Maryland.
The company that owns and operates the trash-to-energy plant in South Baltimore was sold Friday.
A former youth counselor at Fort Meade was sentenced Friday to eight years in federal prison after pleading guilty to sexual abuse of a minor and abusive sexual contact.
The Baltimore County health department said Friday it is monitoring for Legionnaires' disease at Oakwood Care Center, a 130-bed nursing home in Middle River, after one case was confirmed.
The developer of a Little Italy condominium project says he had nothing to do with a document the city calls "forged or altered" that resulted in $2.1 million in erroneous tax credits for the building.
A St. Michaels fisherman received probation Friday for helping illegally harvest tens of thousands of pounds of striped bass from the Chesapeake Bay, but must pay $40,000 in fines and restitution for what the sentencing judge called an "egregious" offense.
The Orioles made their Wesley Wright signing official Friday, inking the 29-year-old left-handed reliever to a one-year, $1.7 million deal.
Police have charged eight teenagers after a fight at Arundel High School.
With promises to continue treatment for alcohol abuse and to help others avoid his mistakes, Michael Phelps pleaded guilty to driving under the influence in Baltimore District Court on Friday and came away with a one-year suspended sentence and 18 months of supervised probation.
The state’s labor market brightened as the holidays began last month with the addition of 3,800 jobs, the strongest payroll growth in the state in months.
Baltimore Police said a man was in critical condition Friday morning after being found shot inside of a vacant home in the Carrollton Ridge neighborhood in west Baltimore.
At a meeting between Baltimore Police Commissioner Anthony Batts and members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community in mid-April, Monica Yorkman, one of the city's most prominent transgender activists, refused to mince her words when she told Batts the police department was...
The winter solstice arrives at 6:03 p.m., bringing the year’s shortest day – with about 9 hours, 24 minutes of daylight in Baltimore.
With air temperatures in the 40s and 10-15 mph winds, it is forecast to feel like the 30s throughout the day Friday.
With a bumper crop of acorns available, deer in Harford County and across Maryland are hunkering down and staying close to a plentiful food source, making it harder for hunters to find them.
A bridge replacement project that has forced nearly 30,000 drivers a day to take detours through East Baltimore will end next week after two years of cost run-ups and delays.
A 32-year-old woman Thursday was arrested and charged with kidnapping her 11-year-old son from a West Baltimore home this week, police said.
Baltimore County police are investigating a "suspicious incident" at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County that reportedly happened in August, but neither school nor law-enforcement officials revealed details of the matter.
Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley has rarely exercised his power to grant clemency to convicted criminals over his two terms, even as many gubernatorial counterparts have been more lenient amid a changing attitude toward these acts of mercy.
When Robert Caret was president of San Jose State University, he was credited with reinvigorating an urban campus mired in racial and community tension, and pushed the Silicon Valley college to embrace the Internet. In the same role at Towson University, he oversaw an explosion of growth and...