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Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg will come Thursday to Baltimore for a fundraiser.

A veteran Baltimore Police sergeant criminally charged with forcibly arresting a bystander without justification in May has now been indicted on 32 counts of false imprisonment, assault and misconduct in office, Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby said Thursday.

A Howard County Public School System parent filed an injunction in court Wednesday against the Board of Education’s final redistricting decision based on the argument the board violated the Maryland Open Meetings Act.

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Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby says an idea from Gov. Larry Hogan to increase funding for more city-focused prosecutors in the office of the Maryland attorney general is “problematic” and should be removed from the governor’s proposed budget.

Baltimore police responded to a report earlier this week that someone threw a rock through the door of a home owned by Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young.

Incoming Maryland Senate President Bill Ferguson is setting his leadership team for his first year presiding over the chamber.

House Democrats on Thursday pushed through the Elijah E. Cummings Lower Drug Costs Now Act, which would empower Medicare to negotiate prescription drug prices and offer new benefits for seniors.

Baltimore’s iconic Lexington Market is on the verge of a transformation, with the city expected to start razing a portion of one of the country’s oldest public markets as early as next month.

Cooler heads have yet to prevail in the House impeachment process aimed at President Donald Trump.

A divided federal appeals court spent more than three hours Thursday sparring over whether President Donald Trump is illegally profiting from the presidency through his luxury Washington hotel.

Before Baltimore earned its reputation as a heroin capital, before its drug corners appeared on “The Wire,” before the body count pushed past 2,200 over a decade — before it all came Maurice “Peanut” King.

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