A 3-year-old girl died in a smoky house fire Sunday morning in North Baltimore, city fire officials said. Her father and a neighbor tried to rescue the girl but were turned back by flames, the neighbor said.
When the latest section of Baltimore's Jones Falls Trail was completed late in the fall, trail boosters thought it best to hold off on a dedication ceremony. Spring weather would be better, they thought.
The U.S. Justice Department says the Baltimore City Detention Center continues to violate federal law in its treatment of youths charged as adults, failing to provide adequate programs and holding some in solitary confinement for "extraordinary" periods of time.
A man was shot in the arm in Highlandtown on Saturday night, Baltimore police said.
The four women stood on the same brick sidewalk Friday night outside the Modell Center for the Performing Arts. All four identified themselves as survivors of sexual assault. But in every other way that mattered, they were miles apart.
A Baltimore man is suing a urologist and Good Samaritan Hospital, claiming an penile implant procedure caused him pain and left him unable to have sex, according to a lawsuit filed this month.
Baltimore County police are investigating a shooting early Sunday morning in Lansdowne that left a man dead, police said.
Ah, the joys of driving in the spring. There's the cool breeze coming through the window you can finally open. The chime of the rain as it gently washes your car. And the sudden thud as you run the car right into an unexpected pothole.
Construction of new homes in Harford County continued to slide in 2014 and, after the first two months, 2015 is looking even worse, according to county statistics.
Members of the Harford County Board of Education bit into apples with a hearty crunch during their Monday meeting to symbolize the school system's commitment to ending child hunger.
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There will be no third season for HBO's gay-themed series "Looking," which has been canceled, HBO announced March 25.
When Jim Obergefell and partner John Arthur said "I do" in a small medical jet on the tarmac at BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport in the summer of 2013, they knew it was a powerful turning point.
Transgender people could apply to change the gender on their birth certificates to reflect their identity under identical bills passed by each chamber of the General Assembly Tuesday.
Legislation intended to put lesbians on a par with straight couples on health insurance coverage for advanced fertility procedures has passed both the Senate and the House.
For eight years, Rep. C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger has pushed a bill to expand benefits for working parents. For eight years, it has failed to pass.
Gov. Larry Hogan and Maryland's congressional delegation put partisan politics aside Monday to present a united front in the state's bid to woo the FBI to Prince George's County.
Twenty-two members of a mobile Army medical laboratory are returning to Aberdeen Proving Ground after four months fighting Ebola in West Africa.
President Barack Obama has nominated trial attorney Paula Xinis to become a U.S. District Court judge in Maryland.
Update: The National Aquarium announced Thursday that "Living Seashore" will open May 12.
Siblings close in age can fight over anything.
Baltimore ranks 34th in the nation for the installation of solar panels, according to a report released Thursday by a locally based research and policy group.
The University of Maryland Eastern Shore said on Thursday it has its first individual donor to a scholarship fund honoring the late professional golf pioneer Charlie Sifford.
Martin O'Malley, the former Maryland governor who is considering a presidential campaign, said Sunday that voters shouldn't coronate Hillary Clinton as the Democratic nominee -- arguing in a national television appearance that the nation needs new leadership.
Jeffrey Wyatt sat down in the barber chair in the hallway of Annapolis High School and asked for a close cut, as his 10-year-old son Josh got in the chair next to him.
Multiple agencies, SWAT responded and found no threat at home Thursday
If it's OK with you, I'd like to start today's column with a happy ending and some thanks. The thanks go to Mike McGee of Courtside Investigations in Towson for finding the woman whose Douglass High School class ring appeared in a photograph with this column on Tuesday.
Public health officials, Annapolis lawmakers, and the beverage and beer industry have joined to ban the sale of powdered alcohol before it even hit the market in Maryland.
Gov. Larry Hogan said Thursday that he will ask the General Assembly to put an additional $8.2 million in next year’s budget to let the Maryland State Police hire 100 additional troopers and reopen the long-closed barrack in Annapolis.
Dundalk residents began to make their case Thursday that turning the county's North Point Government Center into a commercial development will cause a loss of open space and is not in the community's best interest.
Baltimore officials are sending turn-off notices to 25,000 delinquent water customers, giving them 10 days to pay long overdue bills or face the loss of water service.