Baltimore County police have charged a 28-year-old Essex man with possession and distribution of child pornography after searching his computer, they said Wednesday.
Communication is always evolving, and that even includes emojis, the malleable, pint-sized icons of faces, objects and symbols available on most smartphones.
With a deluge of rain falling Wednesday, a flash flood warning has been declared for the Baltimore area until 6 p.m., the National Weather Service said.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said Wednesday she has asked her transportation chief to develop alternatives to improving mass transit in Baltimore — including a "rapid bus" system — with the demise of the Red Line plan.
Tyler is one of five Americans to make the list in the second year U.S. authors have qualified
Baltimore-based money management firm Legg Mason has acquired a majority stake in an Australian infrastructure investment firm.
CHINCOTEAGUE, Va. (AP) — A Coast Guard crew has rescued an injured woman after a pleasure boat ran aground in Tom's Cove at Chincoteague Island.
CUMBERLAND, Md. (AP) — Authorities say a Cumberland woman has been charged with more than 150 counts of animal cruelty.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake called the Baltimore Police Department “more nimble” under her Interim Commissioner Kevin Davis, saying she was pleased with his leadership.
Baltimore police are investigating two overnight homicides, marking the second time this year that the city has counted more than 40 homicides in a single-month period.
WASHINGTON -- In an effort to expand the number of local agreements to lower the price of a heroin overdose drug, a pair of Democrats are urging other communities to reach out to a leading manufacturing and request a reduction.
The Ravens have signed former Cincinnati Bengals safety Tom Nelson and waived injured undrafted rookie wide receiver Cam Worthy.
This month's full moon is a "blue" one by one definition, but not according to the traditional definition of a blue moon.
Good morning, Baltimore! What you need to know for your Wednesday.
The Toronto Blue Jays might have altered the balance of power in the American League East with the acquisition of premier power-hitting shortstop Troy Tulowitzki, but there was no indication Tuesday that the deal had ramped up pressure on the Orioles to make a dynamic midseason move of their own.
Witnesses helped police identify a suspect in a fatal stabbing last week over a $3 dispute, and another in the fatal shooting of a food delivery driver early Sunday morning.
Maryland regulators unveiled a plan Tuesday for reducing smog-forming pollution from coal-burning power plants, but it drew criticism from both the industry and environmentalists.
Maryland health officials are seeking permission to use federal dollars to pay for Medicaid patients to get substance-abuse and mental-health treatment outside the state's general hospitals.
Young businessmen presented their products before their peers Tuesday in a classroom at Morgan State University, giving pitches about features and attributes, and fielding questions in sessions that resembled episodes of the reality television show "Shark Tank."
The Ravens' scouting department will be joined during training camp by a trio of former players.
I've never been a big fan of NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, but he made the right decision Tuesday. He finally got one right in announcing that the league will uphold the four game suspension of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady.
Former Ravens backup running back Bernard Pierce requested a trial by jury and was assigned an Oct. 27 trial court date in his driving-under-the-influence case, according to his attorney, Warren Alperstein.
Judge denies motion to dismiss by The Cordish Cos.
Linwood Holmes complains to police, says banner was vandalism target
The parents of a Folly Quarter Middle School student who was the victim of a substitute teacher convicted of child pornography are suing the teacher and the Howard County Public School System for a total of more than $600,000, according to a complaint filed in Howard County Circuit Court.
Baltimore County police are searching for a man they say was shoeless when he robbed a 7-Eleven in Dundalk this month with a bat.
A Cockeysville man who served as a youth group leader at the Chinese Christian Church of Baltimore pleaded guilty in federal court Tuesday to distribution of child pornography.
A 2014 season in which the Towson football team won just four of 12 games and finished 10th in the 12-team Colonial Athletic Association might have encouraged doubters to argue that the program's run to the Football Championship Subdivision title game in 2013 was an aberration.
Representatives of the United Way of Central Maryland, and their supporters in Harford County, celebrated Tuesday the distribution of $215,000 in grants to support seven local nonprofit organizations and a United Way initiative to prevent homelessness in the county.
WASHINGTON -- Rep. Donna F. Edwards on Tuesday reissued her criticism of Rep. Chris Van Hollen over the pending nuclear agreement with Iran, arguing in a statement released by her campaign that he is "hiding on the sidelines" on the issue.
An array of 1,210 photovoltaic panels will help power the Baltimore Ravens' headquarters and training facility in Owings Mills, energy company Constellation announced Tuesday.
After more than decade of leading radio station WTMD (89.7 FM), General Manager Stephen Yasko is out, according to Steve Reeves, chairman of the board of Towson University Public Media, which operates WTMD under contract with the University.
Archaeologists have uncovered human remains of four of the earliest leaders of the English colony that would become America, buried for more than 400 years near the altar of what was America's first Protestant church in Jamestown, Virginia.
At a time when many companies in the financial services industry are still recovering from the financial crisis, Baltimore-based Legg Mason has sought to reinforce the notion that it plays by the rules.
State education officials say new standardized tests last year saved the state more than $2.5 million, compared to previous state assessments.
At least five tips helped authorities identify the man accused of setting a CVS drugstore on fire during the April riot, newly released court documents reveal, and another tip led to his apprehension in South Baltimore.
It is unlikely that viewers will notice any change on their screens, but the job of monitoring the schedule and flow of programs broadcast on Maryland Public Television will now be done out of Boston rather than Owings Mills.
Zion Harvey strained to grasp the slice of sausage pizza, his fingers clamping down only part of the way before a therapist jumped in to help press them completely together.
Kyle Juszczyk bolted out of his three-point stance in the backfield and motioned out as a receiver during a June minicamp.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell denied New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's appeal of his four-game suspension for his alleged involvement in the Deflategate scandal, the league announced Tuesday.