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.
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.
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.
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.
A homeless couple digging through a trash container in West Baltimore on Tuesday morning discovered “parts of a human foot,” police 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.
Two inmates died from COVID-19 while being housed in Hagerstown and Jessup prison facilities, department says.
The U.S. has administered more than 187 million COVID-19 vaccines, with 36% of the total population receiving at least one dose so far. But what hurdles must proposed vaccines clear before mass distribution? Here are 15 steps that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention take to ensure vaccines are safe to use before you ever get one.
Up until mid-March, the state’s coronavirus numbers were mostly decreasing from a peak in January, but amid loosening restrictions, they’ve worsened.
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.
Since 2016, the city of Baltimore has contracted with Metropolitan Protective Services for armed private security.
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.
Karida Collins' Neighborhood Fiber Co., a Baltimore-based hand-dyed yarn company, has a famous customer in Kamala Harris and a history that has unrolled over 15 years.
A year into the coronavirus pandemic, the Baltimore-area housing market continues to thrive. The trends reflect the public health crisis’ continued hold on the economy, fueling demand for property and opening the consumer floodgates with record-low mortgage interest rates.
Federal prosecutors will not charge a police officer who shot and killed a woman as she climbed through the broken part of a door during the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6.
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- Young people between ages 15 and 60 have driven Harford County’s test positivity to the highest in the state, Harford County Health Officer David Bishai said, despite middle-of-the-pack testing in the county.