Run-ins with students take toll on teachers, city finances
Men who are sexually assaulted in the military often find it difficult to report the crime. That's one reason they rarely get justice.
Erika Brannock, a Towson preschool teacher, has 'dark days,' but focused on gratitude as a survivor
Demetrius Smith spent five years locked up, convicted in the death of a man he did not kill.
Marylanders hurt by the federal shutdown
The summer violence in Baltimore has turned husbands into single parents, transformed rookie cops into veterans, left missing verses in half-finished rap songs, forced politicians to personally confront the city's crime problems, and sent longtime residents to new places and new lives.
Top students at low-performing schools can earn As and Bs, but still fail the exams
In the year since mill owner RG Steel collapsed some of its former employees found good jobs nearby. Others moved to jobs in distant states, separating themselves from a deep-rooted network of relatives and friends.