Poor ventilation and overcrowding at the Baltimore Animal Rescue and Care Shelter have prompted City Councilman Robert W. Curran to call for a plan to come up with $18 million to build a new animal shelter.
Ray Rice might forever be a pariah to many for knocking out his fiancee in the elevator of an Atlantic City casino in February. Thousands of Ravens fans lined up at M&T Bank Stadium last month to trade in their once-cherished No. 27 jerseys.
As Maryland health officials begin reforming their oversight of services for adults and children with disabilities, advocates are demanding greater urgency and specific fixes to address a reported increase in incidents of abuse and neglect.
An Ebola patient being treated at the National Institute of Health in Bethesda has been upgraded from fair to good condition, the institute announced Tuesday.
Less than three weeks before uninsured Marylanders get their first look at health plans offered under the Affordable Care Act, officials say preparations are on track.
A suspect in a Baltimore drug investigation rammed a city police sergeant's car as he sped away from officers in the Highlands neighborhood Tuesday, police said.
CSX Transportation and Alban Waste LLC have reached a confidential settlement in a lawsuit brought by the railroad after an Alban truck collided with a CSX freight train in Rosedale in 2013.
Maryland Democrats brought out some of their heaviest hitters Tuesday to urge voters to reject Anne Arundel County Council Republican candidate Michael Anthony Peroutka.
A Washington rabbi who serves as an associate professor at Towson University has been suspended with pay by the school after being arrested and charged with voyeurism by D.C. police last week, school officials said Tuesday.
Four kilograms of the party drug "Molly" were seized when authorities broke up a drug deal in the parking lot behind a Northeast Baltimore restaurant on Friday, court records show.
Former Ravens running back Ray Rice's appeal of his indefinite suspension from the NFL is set to begin Nov. 5 and conclude the following day, according to a source close to the situation.
Seven students were arrested Tuesday after multiple fights broke out in the cafeteria at Overlea High School, Baltimore County police say.
Jacqueline Davis thought the man charged with killing her son was securely behind bars, awaiting a retrial. She was shocked when she heard Sunday that he had been seen in her neighborhood, riding in a white Buick and flashing his release papers.
Larry Hogan's drive to become governor of Maryland received an infusion of Republican star power Tuesday when New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie came to Bethesda to campaign for him.
Orioles manager Buck Showalter was narrowly edged for the Sporting News American League Manager of the Year award, finishing behind the Los Angeles Angels' Mike Scioscia by just one vote.
Maryland added about 2,800 jobs in September, enough to make a slight dent in the unemployment rate, but too few to signal significant growth, economists said Tuesday after the release of a monthly report by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
More than 60 percent of donors to congressional candidates in Maryland gave more than $1,000 and the state ranked 31st in the nation for inequality between small and large contributions, according to a report released Tuesday by groups supporting campaign finance reform.
A partial eclipse will be visible across North America on Thursday afternoon and evening, but chances to see it from Baltimore will be limited, and clouds could make it even more difficult.
Staples is investigating a possible breach of payment card data and has contacted law enforcement about the matter, making it the latest U.S. retailer to become a possible victim of a cyberattack.
A man was shot in the leg a few blocks from Herring Run Park in the northeast neighborhood of Belair-Edison Monday night, police said.
Tembo Group, an international arts and crafts boutique, has opened in Fells Point.
A 51-year-old Chinese man who is a naturalized U.S. citizen and former Clarksville resident was sentenced Monday to more than a year in prison for impersonating a federal employee as part of a scheme to take U.S. technology to China, the U.S. Attorney's Office said.
Light, isolated showers and storms are forecast Tuesday with temperatures in the 60s, before cooler air moves in for the middle of the week.
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It looked like a fairly standard play group: a man playing guitar, scattered toys, toddlers yanking purposefully on adult fingers and clothes.
Cryptocurrency may be the future, but it lives in what is, for many, still a cash world.
The Baltimore County Council voted unanimously Monday to approve the $3 million purchase of land in the rural community of Granite that had once been considered for a megachurch.
A weak tornado downed a tree and snapped large tree limbs near Savage during storms Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake wants to meet over coffee at Starbucks to talk about youth employment, and she's inviting Baltimore residents, business people and community leaders to stop in.
The video shows actors depicting a couple in the middle of a violent fight, but unlike the now-infamous elevator footage of Ray Rice punching his future wife, this one adds another dimension: a group of bystanders watching impassively as their reasons for not intervening are displayed on the...
Tatiana Fish lives in Pigtown, works a restaurant job in Fells Point, attends classes at the Community College of Baltimore County and usually visits her father twice a week in Montgomery County.
The National Rifle Association endorsed Republican Larry Hogan for governor Monday, and his opponent wants to make sure every Maryland voter knows it.
A Baltimore man awaiting trial for murder was mistakenly released from a city detention facility Friday — an error that was not recognized for two days, according to corrections officials. He remained at large Monday night.
A 14-year-old girl is being held as an adult after being charged with attempted first-degree murder in connection with a serious stabbing in Southwest Baltimore.
A pedestrian was flown to the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore Sunday night after he was hit by a vehicle in a busy commercial area of Bel Air, according to Bel Air Police and Harford County fire and EMS officials.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Larry Hogan criticized the O'Malley administration Monday over its decision to delay a lawsuit against the contractor it has blamed for the failed launch of the state's health exchange web site.
WASHINGTON -- Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski, the chairwoman of the Senate Appropriations Committee, announced Monday her committee will hold a hearing on Ebola, the latest indication Congress is preparing to consider additional federal funding to confront the virus.
A California shoe company that accused Under Armour of trademark infringement settled its lawsuit after five days before a federal court jury.
A U.S. Department of Justice official pledged Monday to conduct a thorough, independent and objective review of the city police force after hearing more concerns from residents about excessive force and other misconduct by Baltimore officers.
A Halloween store in Charles County was intentionally set on fire early Monday, state officials said.