Peyton Ham was killed Tuesday in a shooting by a Maryland State Police trooper, and neighbors are wondering why police shot so much that bullets wound up on their property.
A stop-and-start week for the Orioles and Mariners at Camden Yards continued Wednesday with a second postponement in three nights.
Commerce Secretary Kelly Schulz kicked off her campaign with a brief video posted online, saying she’s been inspired by Marylanders’ perseverance and resiliency in the coronavirus pandemic and wants to help them “chart a better and brighter future.”
Baltimore Police say two more teenagers have been charged with murder in the fatal carjacking of a 41-year-old man earlier this month in the Highlandtown area.
George Floyd died of a sudden heart rhythm problem due to his heart disease while being restrained by police, retired forensic pathologist Dr. David Fowler testified for the defense Wednesday at former Officer Derek Chauvin’s murder trial, contradicting several experts who said Floyd succumbed to a lack of oxygen.
Police officers responding to a parking complaint in Gaithersburg on Wednesday afternoon were reportedly fired upon from above, with nearby residents encouraged to shelter in place, authorities said.
Four years after more than 60 businesses sued Baltimore over what they called its botched response to unrest following the death of Freddie Gray, the city has filed a response casting its effort “a success” that looks even better compared with what has taken place in other cities.
Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby defended her decision not to prosecute certain lower-level crimes in front of the city's Public Safety and Governmental Operations committee Wednesday.
Tribune Publishing’s board of directors continues to recommend shareholders approve a buyout of the company by a New York hedge fund even as it considers a higher offer from a Maryland businessman and a Swiss billionaire.
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A lawsuit filed in federal court alleges that Baltimore police unconstitutionally seize and hold the car keys, money and clothes of shooting victims for months without establishing their worth as evidence in their investigations.
The Baltimore office of the inspector general found no evidence of wrongdoing by former Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young in his decision to terminate an agreement in November with a city-based nonprofit and food distribution service occupying a vacant schoolhouse in West Baltimore.
The city of Baltimore’s private security costs have ballooned over the last five years and will increase again this week with another $4.5 million approved by the Board of Estimates.
As the CEO of a 2,000-plus person Maryland-based company involved in the COVID-19 response, I have a high tolerance for the obligations that come with it — like spending endless hours trying to explain complicated manufacturing processes to reporters who just learned we existed. But it pains me to watch how this negative attention affects our workforce.
Groups are trying to reach the most vulnerable residents of Maryland with COVID-19 vaccine in an effort to protect them and to end the pandemic.
Fifth-year senior attacker Brindi Griffin scored the game-tying goal and senior midfielder Grace Griffin added the game-winner with 39.3 seconds left to lift the Terps to their 21st win in 21 meetings with the Blue Jays.
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- Police officers responding to a parking complaint in Gaithersburg on Wednesday afternoon were reportedly fired upon from above, with nearby residents encouraged to shelter in place, authorities said.