A 25-year-old man was charged Thursday with killing a man in a home in Irvington, near Mount St. Joseph High School, on Tuesday night, police said.
With only hours remaining before the Department of Homeland Security runs out of money, Republican House leaders on Thursday floated a way to avoid a shutdown but extend debate over President Barack Obama's far-reaching immigration policy changes.
The Maryland and Notre Dame men's basketball teams will be part of a 90-minute special, "HOOPS U," which will air on Showtime at 9 p.m. March 18.
WASHINGTON -- In an exchange that underscored the partisan rancor surrounding the debate over Homeland Security funding, Rep. Steny Hoyer was heard calling a top GOP official a "coward" on the House floor on Thursday.
Gov. Larry Hogan defended his funding of education Thursday while also declaring that "our children deserve better" than the school options available to them.
On Friday, two men with a fondness for Maryland's Tilghman Island will gather for a hearing in a wood-paneled federal courtroom in downtown Baltimore.
Somewhere over Afghanistan, an A-10 plunged toward the earth, a two-star general at the controls.
The new mayor of the nation's capital was hoping to get along fine with Republicans on Capitol Hill.
The Baltimore Museum of Art has "Delusions of Grandeur."
A Baltimore jury convicted a 65-year-old Southeast Baltimore man of first-degree murder and other charges in connection with a case in which prosecutors said he tied up and held his ex-girlfriend captive before fatally shooting his estranged wife.
MIDDLETOWN — Three of the four Wesleyan University students arrested in connection with MDMA overdoses on campus had large quantities of narcotics and prescription drugs in their rooms, prosecutors said during their arraignment Wednesday.
JetBlue Airways will begin twice-daily nonstop service from BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport to Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport in November, the airline said Thursday.
The popular ride-hailing company Uber Technologies has reached an agreement with state regulators to continue operating its sedan and SUV services in Maryland.
A Southwest Airlines flight from Atlanta to Boston was diverted to BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport on Thursday morning after an "electrical smell" was detected in the cabin, the airline said.
Barely a week ahead of the Colonial Athletic Association's second men's basketball championship at Royal Farms Arena, commissioner Tom Yeager stressed that this year's event will tell both the league and the city a lot about the viability of a contract extension beyond 2016.
In case you missed it, former Navy Seal and prominent transgender activist Kristin Beck has said she'll challenge Rep. Steny Hoyer for his seat in Maryland's Fifth Congressional District.
Calvert County police say a 12-year-old boy is in the hospital after his friend accidentally shot him with an arrow.
A New York-based firm made another investment in the Baltimore area, buying the Watergate Village rental community in Annapolis, according to a broker on the deal.
Before his departure for the Atlanta Braves, Nick Markakis was one of the Orioles' most respected players because of the way he let his play on the field speak for him.
Nineteen stolen cultural treasures — including a 16th-century book that had been purchased at auction by the Johns Hopkins University — were returned to Italy this week by U.S. authorities.
Baltimore's mayor is used to the spotlight, but not quite like this. Stephanie Rawlings-Blake will appear onstage in cameo roles in the hit musical "Chicago" when it comes to town next week.
Crews repairing damaged sump-pump discharge and water lines within the Fort McHenry Tunnel have made enough progress in recent days to limit ongoing bore closures to overnight hours, according to the Maryland Transportation Authority.
Kathy Pinto walked into the 29th Street Community Center in Charles Village last week with warm children's clothing to donate, including a snow suit.
After months of negotiations with city government, the Horseshoe Casino Baltimore and French company Veolia have agreed to contribute a combined $1.5 million to the cost of relocating a steam pipe near the casino – reducing the amount of community impact funds the city is diverting for...
Michael Maurice Johnson remained free Thursday after making an appearance in court that was marked by procedural confusion — his first since being re-indicted on charges that he killed North Carolina teenager Phylicia Barnes.
NEW YORK (AP) — Argentina will play exhibition games against El Salvador on March 28 at FedExField in Landover, and versus Ecuador three days later at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J.
The president of the Rams Head Group said he is "embarrassed and humiliated" by charges that he secretly videotaped women in the bathroom of his company's Savage restaurant.
Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller predicted Wednesday that Gov. Larry Hogan's nominee to head the Maryland Higher Education Commission could face a rocky confirmation process.
Long pressured by animal advocates to make changes at Baltimore County's animal shelter, County Executive Kevin Kamenetz said Thursday he's adding more employees, expanding low-cost spaying and neutering services and piloting a program for neutering feral cats.
The director of the mayor’s office of minority and women-owned business development said Thursday she is stepping down for a new position.
In recognition of 70 years of dunking in college basketball, Maryland's athletic website put up a poll earlier this month asking fans to vote on the best dunk in Terps history. (It includes a highlight video that's well worth watching.)
A woman was found dead in West Baltimore's Poppleton neighborhood Wednesday night, Baltimore police said.
New testing has found more evidence of serious contamination in a creek bordering the former steel mill at Sparrows Point, prompting environmentalists to question the adequacy of the cleanup plan for the Baltimore County peninsula now targeted for redevelopment.
Thousands of players are expected to begin arriving today when the World Series of Poker circuit comes to Maryland for the first time — an event that Steve Dannenmann says is a true meritocracy.
A lucky second-tier winner of Wednesday night's $1 million Powerball drawing purchased their ticket in Columbia, state lottery officials said.
One man died and another is expected to survive after they were shot inside a car in northeast Baltimore Wednesday night, city police said.
All lanes are open on two local thoroughfares that had been experienced closures on Thursday morning due to rush-hour incidents, state transportation officials said.
With a new poll showing that 72 percent of Marylanders support the concept, Comptroller Peter Franchot plans to testify on Thursday a bill that would require Maryland public schools to start the academic year after Labor Day.
A man was shot Wednesday night in Northeast Baltimore, police said.
Attorney General Brian E. Frosh entered the fight over hydraulic fracturing in Maryland on Wednesday, urging state lawmakers to pass a bill with liability standards so tough that critics and some supporters consider it a de facto fracking ban.