Baltimore police say a person of interest has been taken into custody in the investigation into a shooting that injured a 2-year-old.
Mike Preston’s report card: Position-by-position grades for Ravens’ 23-17 win over Bengals
Here’s how the Ravens graded out at each position after Sunday’s 23-17 win over the Cincinnati Bengals.
Instant analysis: Lamar Jackson’s huge rushing day lifts Ravens over Bengals, 23-17
Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson finished with nearly 400 yards of total offense and the defense stifled the winless Cincinnati Bengals as the Ravens won their second straight game, 23-17.
Why all the coastal flooding in Maryland lately? Tropical Storm Melissa is to blame, forecasters say
Tropical Storm Melissa, slowly rotating off the Atlantic Coast, has pushed water up the Chesapeake Bay, resulting in coastal flooding.
Baltimore City Councilman Ryan Dorsey marries artist Erin Fostel in front yard ceremony, according to Twitter
Ryan Dorsey, Baltimore’s pro-biking city councilman, married artist Erin Fostel at a casual ceremony in their front yard Saturday.
This blanket is the softest we’ve found
The Dutch term “hygge” is difficult to translate because it means so much more than comfort. It refers to a sense of wellbeing, a feeling of contentment, the
Schmuck: Buck Showalter just might be getting back in the dugout one year after leaving Orioles
After a one-year hiatus, former Orioles manager Buck Showalter has been mentioned as a possible candidate for managerial jobs in Anaheim and Philadelphia.
Hunter Biden steps down from board of Chinese-backed private equity firm, pledges not to work with foreign companies if father wins presidency
Hunter Biden's business dealings in China and Ukraine have become an issue in the 2020 presidential race after President Donald Trump's unproven allegations of corruption.
Anne Arundel police officer injured as political, racial tensions rise at football games
An Anne Arundel County police officer was punched twice in the head at an Anne Arundel County high school football game last month, another example of rising political and racial tensions.
You might want to think twice about raking your leaves this fall, Maryland experts say. Here’s why.
While a leaf-free yard may be more aesthetically pleasing, raking them all away is actually bad for the yards, bees and other insects, and the rest of the environment, experts say.
Bernie Sanders says Elizabeth Warren is ‘capitalist through her bones’
Elizabeth Warren, who has been rising steadily in the polls, now shares the leading position with Joe Biden. Bernie Sanders has been falling well behind both.
Monday closure of Hanover Street Bridge in South Baltimore has been canceled
The Hanover Street Bridge — officially the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Bridge — in South Baltimore will not close Monday as originally scheduled.
Magazine article reviews evidence that rising sea levels could force Naval Academy to relocate
Recent climate change models and new evidence of accelerated warming may have fatal consequences for the Naval Academy in Annapolis.
U.S. Ambassador Gordon Sondland to testify that his ‘no quid pro quo’ assurance to colleague was based solely on what Trump told him
Gordon Sondland is set to tell House committees that he did understand the Trump administration was offering Ukraine's president a White House visit in exchange committing to investigations Trump wanted.
Simone Biles sets all-time medal record at gymnastics world championships
Simone Biles set the all-time record for most medals by any gymnast at the world championships by winning the balance beam and floor exercise Sunday.
15 people shot Saturday, including 2-year-old; Baltimore Police seek gunman who fired near officers
Baltimore City Police are searching for an unknown assailant who fired shots near a police officer after a triple shooting in Park Heights on Saturday night.
The 76 best things to do in Baltimore this fall
Browse recent images from Baltimore Sun and Baltimore Sun Media Group photographers.