The long-stalled vote in the Senate on President Barack Obama's nominee for attorney general could take place this week, Sen. Ben Cardin said on Sunday.
Two adults pushing a child in a stroller were struck by a police cruiser in Baltimore County late Saturday, emergency officials said Sunday morning.
When Aisha Armstrong started her freshman year at the Academy for College and Career Exploration in Northwest Baltimore, she wasn't worried about making it through the next four years; she was worried about making it through the next day on $2 sandwiches from Subway.
Hundreds of people raised their hands and turned their backs on officers outside the Baltimore Police Department's Western District station Saturday evening, part of a protest over injuries a man suffered while being arrested earlier in the week.
Baltimore Police were awaiting the results of an autopsy to determine the cause of death for a 54-year-old woman found dead in a stairwell of a building within McCulloh Homes.
An off-duty Maryland Capitol Police officer fired at least one shot Saturday afternoon after a man jumped into his vehicle and drove off with his special needs child still inside, Baltimore police said.
WASHINGTON — Former Gov. Martin O'Malley, who is considering a run for president next year, tried last week to put some distance between himself and rival Hillary Clinton.
The images were as overwhelming as the tragedy that stunned this Somerset County town two weeks ago.
Obtaining documents from government agencies in Maryland is no simple task. The process typically involves filing a written request under the state's Public Information Act and waiting up to 30 days — but can also lead to disputes over photocopying fees, redacted details or outright denials.
Federal authorities are investigating SUPES Academy — an Illinois-based company that has trained school officials in Baltimore County and across the country — for a $20 million contract it has with Chicago Public Schools.
Two men were fatally shot on Garrison Avenue on Friday evening, according to Baltimore Police.
As drums beat and horns honked, dozens of men — and some women — stood quietly on a busy Northwest Baltimore street corner Friday night. Each held aloft a black-and-white sign with a stark message to passing motorists and pedestrians: "We must stop killing each other."
Gov. Larry Hogan is reconsidering his predecessor's attempt to make coal-fired power plants install costly new pollution controls, switch to cleaner-burning fuel or shut down.
Susan Watkins said her days were filled with anxiety because her autistic son is about to age out of the education system and will lose many of the services he had received as a child. Susan and husband Tim were looking for an adult program with no luck.
City leaders and nonprofits are focusing in on families as they attempt to halt the city's population decline.
On a recent day, 21/2-year-old Connor was busy helping his grandmother make cookies, a normal family scene except for what happened before the bowls and measuring spoons came out.
Baltimore County has pulled police officers and paramedics off the streets to fill vacancies in the county's understaffed 911 center.
Venture capitalists and the state of Maryland invested nearly $84 million in biotechnology, software and energy startups in the first three months of this year, according to a report released Friday.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake will lead a canvass Saturday to help parents register for pre-kindergarten seats, particularly ones reserved for underprivileged students that annually go unfilled.
Women in Maryland earn less than men for the same work in every county but Prince George's, new data shows, yet the state fares better than most, according to another survey, with the second-smallest gender-based pay gap in the nation.
Beneath the murky waters that lap the edges of this old port city, a team of divers will soon wage a near-blind battle against the deterioration of Baltimore's economically vital industrial waterfront.
Midshipmen from the Naval Academy won a mock war in cyberspace this week, faring better against an elite team of National Security Agency hackers than their rivals at the other service academies, the Fort Meade-based spy agency said.
A youth group leader for the Chinese Christian Church of Baltimore in Parkville has been arrested in what Baltimore County police say is one of the most serious child pornography cases they have ever seen.
Hundreds are expected to come out Friday night for the "300 Men March," an effort billed as a demonstration against violence.
The creators of the "Serial" podcast are going on tour and have scheduled two events that will take fans behind the scenes into last year's groundbreaking investigative series — which was downloaded more than 76 million times — regarding a Baltimore murder.
Baltimore and Baltimore County police suspect one man may be responsible for two rapes during two home invasions.
A 32-year-old woman was injured Thursday when she was struck by a vehicle at the Cromwell light rail station in Glen Burnie.
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A 51-year old man was fatally shot on Liberty Heights Avenue early Friday, Baltimore police said.
Matthew Sotelo was attacked by dogs Monday at a Glen Burnie elementary school
Some will get there this weekend by car, traveling over the Bay Bridge. Others will cross the Chesapeake by boat.
Victim told police she was bitten multiple times on her face, shoulder and arms
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HAGERSTOWN (AP) — A man died in Hagerstown police custody early Friday after officers used a stun gun as they arrested him during a break-in call, department officials said.
Carlie Flanders' first-grade students received the show's donation to the school
A passenger in a vehicle traveling on Interstate 695 in Baltimore County on Thursday night was killed when the car ran off the roadway and struck a parked State Highway vehicle, Maryland State Police said.
Light rain greeted the morning rush hour in the Baltimore region Friday, and there's a chance of showers during much of the day, according to the National Weather Service.
The Baltimore City Department of Transportation said on Friday that Roland Avenue is open at 40th Street with the clearing of Thursday night emergency roadwork.
LANGLEY PARK, Md. (AP) — A 4-year-old whose wheelchair was stolen from the apartment lobby where he lives will receive a replacement chair by a woman who says she empathizes with the boy's mother.
Michael Phelps knew that, as usual, every eye around the pool was on him.