The sixth day of demonstrations began in a uniquely low key Baltimore way with a longtime activist and barbecue cook Duane “Shorty” Davis cooking for a crowd.
An error on ballots mailed to voters in Baltimore’s District 1 led to inaccurate results that cannot be counted, state election officials announced Wednesday.
Former Baltimore Police spokesman T.J. Smith conceded the mayor’s race after early returns showed him with single-digit support and lagging far behind the leaders in the Democratic primary.
Starting this weekend, Marylanders may be able to go back to most stores and office jobs, get tattoos and have their nails done, under a lifting of restrictions announced by Gov. Larry Hogan on Wednesday.
After weeks of seeking information on the state’s response to the coronavirus pandemic, Maryland lawmakers heard Wednesday from top health officials. But they didn’t get all the answers they wanted, particularly on testing.
Prosecutors charged a Minneapolis police officer accused of pressing his knee against George Floyd’s neck with second-degree murder on Wednesday, and for the first time leveled charges against three other officers at the scene.
If someone you are close to is sick with coronavirus but doesn’t live with you, it can be hard to know how to help them while also keeping yourself safe. How can you effectively support them from afar while they’re quarantined? Should you move in to help them recover? Here are the top ways you can help them during a difficult period.
The largest floating dry dock in Norfolk, Virginia, the Titan, will arrive at the dock at Tradepoint Atlantic in eastern Baltimore County on Thursday for a five-month repair job, ushering in what officials hope will be a new era of vessel maintenance in Sparrows Point.
Andre Bonaparte, a former top deputy at the Baltimore Police Department, has sued the city over his firing last year, including accusing people within the department of leaking on social media an expunged document related to him.
Drew Brees was criticized sharply by fellow high-profile athletes on Wednesday after the Saints quarterback reiterated his opposition to kneeling during the national anthem.
A 39-year-old man died after being shot in the head Wednesday afternoon in the Edgewood neighborhood in West Baltimore, according to Baltimore Police.
Aberdeen Police said officers came under fire Wednesday night while trying to arrest two people who they said stole a car.
Here are six players to know as the Orioles begin to pare down their list of players to select with the No. 2 overall pick in next week's MLB draft.
Rosa L. Barber, a Northeast Baltimore community leader who had worked for the city Office of Employment Development, died May 20 at her Lakeside home. She was 94.
The University of Maryland football players committed to being "leaders in creating change” in response to nationwide protests over the death of George Floyd and police brutality.
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