June marked the first full calendar month in which Baltimore posted a winning record since August 2017. Here’s a look back at the numbers that stand out from their impressive month.
Jaylon Ferguson, the Ravens outside linebacker found unresponsive last month, died from the combined effects of fentanyl and cocaine, according to a spokesman for the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner.
Pushing back on a national trend among Democratic groups providing sizable financial support for certain conservative Republican candidates, Maryland gubernatorial candidate Kelly Schulz is raising the alarm over an effort to help her GOP primary opponent with $1 million in television ads.
Finding that Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby and her staff showed “personal animosity” toward Keith Davis Jr., a judge has ruled there was a “presumption of vindictiveness” behind prosecutors’ decision to charge Davis with attempted murder shortly after he won a fifth trial in a 2015 murder case.
Federal prosecutors on Thursday responded to Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby’s renewed push to have some of her perjury and mortgage fraud charges dismissed, calling her legal arguments “Orwellian.”
For Christine Scott, 72, the academy was a chance to submerge herself in a profession that had little room for women or Black musicians when she was growing up.
The state unit investigating two recent Baltimore County Police shootings that left civilians dead released video footage Thursday from both incidents, as the probes continue.
In the twilight of his life, Orioles owner Peter G. Angelos’ vast portfolio of Baltimore assets could be broken up amid a family feud over who will control them.
- President Biden will present the nation’s highest civilian honor, the Presidential Medal of Freedom, to 17 people, including actor Denzel Washington, gymnast Simone Biles and the late John McCain, with whom Biden served in the Senate.
The pink flamingo is Baltimore’s third bird. You’ve probably noticed that. After the Orioles and Ravens, the city identifies most with the long-necked, stick-legged wading bird from the Galapagos.
The Maryland General Assembly passed 834 bills over 90 days in 2022, ranging from the odd, like a prohibition on declawing cats, to the routine, like transportation policy .Some took effect immediately as emergency legislation, 264 laws covering abortion, education, policing, pollution, transportation and many others take effect Friday.
Baltimore police arrested and charged Joseph Black with attempted murder Wednesday, a day after city officials say Black dragged a police sergeant with his car during a traffic stop, seriously injuring him.
By not maximizing revenues from special events this summer, the Maryland Stadium Authority says it’s thinking big picture. The state treasurer, though, says it's “being callous and reckless” and that he may encourage legislative action.
Airline delays and cancellations are causing headaches for travelers in the Baltimore region and across the U.S. as demand has picked up and hubs such as BWI Marshall approach their busiest month.
Margie E. Murdock, a retired health care worker and centenarian whose Sunday dinners featuring Southern cuisine were a family tradition, has died. She was 104.
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- The patient given a pig heart transplant in January died of heart failure, a study by University of Maryland doctors found.