A 33-year-old woman drove around with the body of a young girl in her trunk for "many months," then in May placed the girl’s dead younger brother in the trunk beside her decomposing body, according to documents charging her in connection with their deaths.
Four jurors and three alternates discussed the Capital Gazette case, from the swiftness of their verdict on the gunman's sanity to the enduring trauma of the grueling trial.
Columnist Mike Preston shares his thoughts on Thursday's Ravens training camp practice, including big steps forward from receiver Marquise Brown and running back J.K. Dobbins and encouraging signs for rookie outside linebacker Odafe Oweh.
For public health experts, delta represents the next grave chapter of the global health crisis, one that threatens to upend the progress made at returning to pre-pandemic life and could devastate the communities most resistant to getting inoculated against COVID-19.
How are home prices and sales trending in your part of the Baltimore area? Whether you’re thinking about buying or selling or just curious about what the market looks like where you live or where you might like to, you can drill down by ZIP code or county in these charts.
With another Baltimore-area swimmer, Chase Kalisz, celebrating an Olympic gold medal, the club that trained Kalisz, Michael Phelps and other world-class competitors is back in the news. But the North Baltimore Aquatic Club has entered a different phase in its history.
In a wide-ranging question-and-answer published by The Baltimore Sun, Marilyn Mosby and her personal attorney address the scope of the federal tax investigation and offer their explanation of what led prosecutors to turn attention to her taxes in the first place.
A federal judge refused to throw out a lawsuit filed by the family of a man killed by Baltimore County Police in 2015, ruling that the department’s account of the shooting is “not consistent” with video of the man’s final minutes.
Beyond Trey Mancini, the Orioles' trade candidates are mostly either underperforming or injured veterans set to be free agents this offseason or players who still have at least three years of team control left.
- The Justice Department says the Treasury Department must provide the House Ways and Means Committee former President Donald Trump’s tax returns, apparently ending a long legal showdown over the records.
Some states in the union — whether due to significant tax deductions on retirement income, no state income tax or other policies — are undoubtedly friendlier to the senior demographic’s financial needs than others. As part of a recent study, SmartAsset analyzed the tax laws of all 50 states and classified them as either very tax-friendly to retirees, tax-friendly, moderately tax-friendly or not tax-friendly. Here are 25 tax-friendly or very tax-friendly states to retire in. (Bianca Sanchez, The Active Times)
For years, Baltimore County residents had complained about the appearance of the aging Pikesville Plaza office building that was shuttered recently due to structural concerns.
Several labor leaders said it would be premature to endorse Biden’s approach before they can bargain with employers over how it will be implemented and how employees’ rights and privacy would be protected.
Alley houses have been a cornerstone of Baltimore architecture since the 1780s as a way to provide affordable housing to Black residents and recently immigrated families. Now, estimates are that only a few hundred remain.
Howard County Public School System Superintendent Michael Martirano on Friday announced that, effective immediately, masks will be required in school buildings for all students, staff and visitors regardless of their COVID-19 vaccination status.
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Juanita Koilpillai, who was killed in her Tracys Landing home Sunday, was a leader in the cybersecurity field who loved her life chapter in Anne Arundel County.
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- A $1 million donation from a Carroll County family will help an area nonprofit serving the disabled offer better wages and training to support personnel, assisting it with a staffing crisis that has exacerbated during the COVID-19 pandemic.