Mondawmin Mall workers express fear, anger at mall management, Baltimore officials after armed robbery Sunday

Employees at Mondawmin Mall say they're scared of going to work after an armed robbery took place there Sunday, saying they want more security and attention from management.

Group recommends $4B in funding for Maryland’s public schools; Baltimore would need to double spending

The city of Baltimore would be required to nearly double its spending on public schools over the next decade under a statewide $4 billion education funding proposal that a work group advanced Tuesday.

Why is it so hard for Baltimore to synchronize its traffic lights? Here’s what we found.

A perceived lack of synchronization of the city’s traffic lights, especially along the major downtown thoroughfares that carry most of the traffic, is perpetually among the top complaints of Baltimore drivers, and it has been the topic of more questions in this reader-inspired series than almost any other.

Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders to face intense spotlight when 12 Democrats take debate stage in Ohio

The Democrats three leading candidates will face the most intense spotlight in the debate that could expose glaring liabilities in their quest for the White House.

Famous people who got their start as teachers

Many of today's most famous and influential politicians, business leaders, musicians and Hollywood actors got their start in teaching, and the experience shaped them into the people they are today. Teaching allowed them to connect with students, build up their public speaking skills, use their creativity and give back to their communities before they embarked on the next stage of their lives. Here are 21 famous people you might be surprised to learn once worked as teachers. (This story originally appeared on The Active Times.)

Baltimore man charged with ‘road rage’ shooting of 2-year-old is held without bail

At a bail review hearing Baltimore City District Court, Judge Katie O’Hara called Johnson “a tremendous risk to the alleged victim and to public safety.”

Dan Rodricks: Talk of a coup against Trump denigrates honorable public servants

The absurd claims of a coup against President Trump follow decades of right-wing denigration of the federal government and dark conspiracy theories about a 'deep state'

TV pilot for Showtime series based on Bill Clinton’s ‘The President Is Missing’ to be shot in Baltimore

The pilot for a potential Showtime series based on Bill Clinton's novel 'The President Is Missing' to be filmed in Maryland in 2020.

Proposal to move Rolling Road Golf Club in Catonsville to Oella state parkland in early discussions

A proposal sent to Rolling Road Golf Club members would see a private golf course built on state-owned land, currently leased by the Patapsco Horse Center. Local and state lawmakers say the backlash it's sparked is premature.

Adria Litrenta, Peabody-trained musician who co-owned Dundalk’s Pinland duckpin bowling center, dies

Adria Theresa Litrenta, a Peabody Conservatory-trained musician who co-owned Dundalk’s Pinland duckpin bowling lanes, has died.

Maryland Attorney General Frosh signs on to defend ban on high-capacity ammo magazines in Vermont

Maryland's Attorney General Brian Frosh joined a coalition of attorneys general in defending Vermont's right to ban high capacity ammunition magazines.

Maryland weather: Baltimore’s most significant rainfall in nearly two months is forecast Wednesday

Baltimore's most significant rainfall in nearly two months is forecast Wednesday, potentially providing some relief to a drought that has rapidly developed.

Maryland’s Anthony Cowan Jr. returns from concussion with winning still at forefront of mind

Maryland senior guard Anthony Cowan Jr. described Tuesday, the first day he was a full participant in the Terps’ practices in more than a week after suffering a concussion, as “a good day.” He hopes there are more to come.


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