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  • Two men injured when car crashes into residence north of Westminster

    The Carroll County Sheriff's Office is reporting that two men were injured Tuesday in a crash near the Pennsylvania line when their vehicle left the roadway and crashed into a residence. According to the Sheriff's Office, deputies responded at about 3:02...
  • Two women killed in separate incidents in city

    Two women died in separate shootings Thursday in Baltimore. The killings pushed the total of homicides for the year to 165, 11 more than at the same point last year and making it unlikely the city can improve upon last year's 35-year low of 196. Twenty-...
  • Eight teens injured when ATV flips over in Monkton

    Eight north Baltimore County teens were injured in an accident on July 21 when a 2009 Polaris Ranger ATV they were riding in flipped onto its side, according to Baltimore County Police Detective Cathy Batton. The accident occurred at 8:42 p.m. when the...
  • Man dies of multiple gunshot wounds in Baltimore

    Baltimore city police are investigating a homicide that occurred early Thursday in the Coppin Heights neighborhood. Officers were called at about 3:30 a.m. to the 1600 block of North Smallwood Street near Baker Street for reports of gunfire. They found a...
  • City police seeking stolen vehicle related to North Baltimore killing

    Baltimore police say the men who fatally shot a 34-year-old North Baltimore man took his car, and they were asking for the public's help in locating the vehicle. The vehicle, a silver 2004 Honda Odyssey minivan with the Maryland tag number 5AN0397, is...
  • Three indicted for attempted murder in Marriottsville shooting

    The three Baltimore County residents charged in the June shooting of a teenager in Marriottsville were indicted on attempted murder charges this week. A Howard County grand jury indicted Donald George Peoples Jr., 21 of Nottingham, Laura Christian Karr,...
  • Man kills himself after he assaults and shoots his girlfriend in Aberdeen

    Police in Harford County say a man shot himself to death after assaulting and shooting his live-in girlfriend in a home near Aberdeen early Saturday morning. After the victim and one of her daughters had fled the home where the assault took place, a...
  • Carbon monoxide leak closes downtown post office annex

    Carbon monoxide leak closes downtown post office annex
    A carbon monoxide incident closed an annex at Baltimore City's Main Post Office Monday and sent two people to University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center. Fire crews responded at about 8:30 a.m. to the one-story annex at Colvin and Lexington streets,...
  • Arbutus volunteers among units responding to call at airport

    Among the 63 calls for medical and fire-rescue service received by the Arbutus Volunteer Fire Department during the period Aug. 5-12 were the following: Beechfield Rd, 1000 block, 1:24 p.m. Aug. 10. Crews responded to the report of very ill person in...
  • Man shot multiple times and two others stabbed in Balto. Co.

    A shooting and a double stabbing early Tuesday in two eastern Baltimore County neighborhoods have left three victims hospitalized. An unidentified man remains in critical condition after he was shot multiple times in Dundalk. In Essex, two unidentified...
  • Suspect in Anne Arundel Co. shooting turns himself in

    A 22-year-old Shadyside man wanted in connection with a shooting Monday in West River turned himself in to police Tuesday. Danny Gay Jr. of the 1500 block of Lincoln Road arrived at the Anne Arundel County Sheriff's Office at the Circuit Courthouse in...
  • Hopkins to begin performing face transplants

    Hopkins to begin performing face transplants
    Johns Hopkins doctors have received approval from the university’s institutional review board to begin doing face transplant surgeries, becoming the second hospital in Baltimore to offer the complex procedure. There have been only 22 such...