Quarterback Lamar Jackson could’ve been better Sunday. For the Ravens around him, though, there wasn’t that much room for improvement on Sunday against the Chargers.
All of the team’s officials were breathing a sigh of relief by Sunday evening as the defense finally turned the corner, columnist Mike Preston writes.
Here’s how the Ravens graded out at each position after a 34-6 win over the Los Angeles Chargers.
Here’s what the Baltimore Sun sports staff had to say immediately after the Ravens’ 34-6 win over the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday afternoon at M&T Bank Stadium.
Maryland Court of Special Appeals has ruled that State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby's reasons aren't valid under the law for keeping secret her "do-not-call list" of compromised police officers.
The governor’s budget proposal would boost state funding for local law enforcement, spend more on raises and bonuses for state police agencies, set aside money to pay for body cameras and training for officers and use state funds to double Crime Stoppers rewards for tips that lead to arrests
Michael P. “Mike” O’Shea, former proprietor of Mick O’Shea’s, died of COVID-19 Oct. 6 at the University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center.
Maryland is recommending that people limit their consumption of certain fish in the Piscataway Creek in Prince George's County because of PFAS contamination.
- A gang blamed for kidnapping five priests and two nuns earlier this year in Haiti is now accused of kidnapping 17 missionaries from a U.S.-based organization, including a 2-year-old, police said Sunday.
Maria Young is one of some 540,000 Marylanders to have been infected with the coronavirus since March 2020. She narrowly escaped death but carries scars from the ordeal that may never heal.
The Maryland attorney general's office has created a unit to investigate all police use-of-deadly-force incidents in the state, answering growing complaints that police shouldn't be allowed to investigate themselves.
Is this the reform we’ve been looking for? To once and for all, stop sending drug addicts to jail, give them more opportunities for treatment, and free up the police to pursue more serious crimes in one of the nation’s most violent cities?
New owners are breathing life into two old neighborhood haunts, one in Remington and another in Hamilton.
Baltimore Mayor Scott returned to City Hall Friday following a 10-day quarantine prompted by a positive coronavirus test result. He will resume public appearances Saturday.
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- Maryland is recommending that people limit their consumption of certain fish in the Piscataway Creek in Prince George's County because of PFAS contamination.