| Mar 26, 2013
| 7:29 AM
In the summer before she entered Laurel High as a freshman, Angie Vaughn took part in a major youth track and field meet in California in 1990.
Before she left Maryland, her father told her if she won her event in the 100-meter dash he would buy her a...
| Mar 8, 2013
| 9:48 AM
Baltimore Police found a man dead of an apparent homicide on Friday morning in an industrial, half-vacant section of the Carrollton Ridge neighborhood.
The man was found at 6:07 a.m. in a field behind a string of abandoned railroad cars next to some...
| Mar 5, 2013
| 11:32 AM
The gas tax plan unveiled this week by Gov. Martin O'Malley and the General Assembly's top leaders is a complicated proposal that wouldn't represent our first choice in how best to pay for Maryland's transportation needs. But, on balance, it's a better-...
| Mar 6, 2013
| 7:12 AM
Baltimore police are investigating two shootings from Tuesday night that injured three victims.
At 5:50 p.m., officers responded to calls of gunshots at N. Caroline and E. Fayette streets near Washington Hill. Arriving on the scene, they found a 20-year-...
| Mar 30, 2012
| 5:10 PM
Early Friday in a small, brightly lit operating room in Johns Hopkins Hospital, a half-dozen doctors and nurses huddled over the gut of a cancer patient, quietly passing metal instruments and surgical sutures.
After more than four hours of cutting and...
| Mar 11, 2012
| 9:52 PM
Christopher Michael Lyles, an engineer who was the second person in the world to receive a synthetic trachea, died March 5 at Franklin Square Hospital in Baltimore. The cause of death is unclear.
The Abingdon resident was 30 years old.
He was a graduate...
| Jun 13, 2011
| 4:38 PM
The University of Maryland, College Park could look considerably different by 2020 if plans for a light rail line and a town center development on the east side of campus roll forward this year.
Preliminary engineering for the $1.93 billion Purple Line,...
| Jun 3, 2011
| 3:40 PM
When Karen Rose enrolled at the University of Maryland, the one thing she knew was that she "didn't want to dissect."
It's a funny confession for an author who has written a 494-page novel about a killer who tortures victims with a filleting knife.
| Jul 12, 2011
| 2:00 PM
With only one week remaining in the regular season of the Prince-Mont Swim League, the Montpelier Community Association has assured that no local team will go winless this season for the first year since 2007 after earning its first victory July 9....
| Jul 29, 2011
| 7:33 AM
What started as one page of events and participants three years ago is now 14 pages and growing, say organizers of Eldersburg's National Night Out, schedule for Aug. 2 at Carrolltown Center.
And while that means a lot more work and budgeting, the members...
| Feb 19, 2012
| 5:13 PM
Natural gas and water service have been restored to most of the approximately 1,000 southwest Baltimore households that lost them as a result of pipe breaks Tuesday, city officials say.
As of Sunday afternoon, about 25 households were still waiting for...
| May 21, 2012
Gov. Martin O'Malley has long promised that Baltimore and the Washington suburbs would each get a new light-rail line and that the Red Line and its Purple counterpart outside D.C. could be built at the same time.
But state financial documents recently...