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Former Mayor Kurt Schmoke, megachurch pastor Jamal Harrison Bryant and the longtime publisher of the AFRO American newspapers are among the latest to file letters of support for former Mayor Catherine E. Pugh ahead of her sentencing in her federal fraud case later this week.

Harvey Weinstein was found guilty of criminal sex act for assaulting Mimi Haleyi at his apartment in 2006 and third-degree rape of a woman in 2013.

Neither Cowan nor Smith were at their best in No. 7 Maryland's 79-72 loss to No. 25 Ohio State.

Orioles pitching prospects Grayson Rodriguez and Blaine Knight share more than just a deep friendship: they each bought campers to live in during the baseball season.

Your personal finances are affected by many factors, including paying for higher education, medical bills and job loss. Divorce can also put immense strain on your bank account. These factors overwhelm hundreds of thousands of Americans every year, causing them to file for bankruptcy. Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy are legal processes in which people unable to pay off their debt can start fresh and begin saving for their future again. Americans from coast to coast file for bankruptcy, but some states are more prone to residents facing financial hardships and resorting to bankruptcy.

Smart tech is everywhere-- these days, you can't buy a TV without built-in streaming apps, and it's nearly impossible to find a washer or dryer that doesn't come with a smartphone app. In most cases, smart technology is a welcome convenience that can help with everything from securing your home to keeping the temperature nice and cozy. Smart alarm clocks do a lot more...

A controversial statewide bill inspired by two Millersville teenagers who suffer seizure disorders could ensure students across Maryland who qualify for medical marijuana easier access during the school day, if it is successful in the legislature.

Baltimore police say 32-year-old Jacqelin Burley died after being shot in the head and torso in Southeast Baltimore Sunday afternoon.

Marylanders overwhelmingly support the programs to improve public schools proposed by the state’s Kirwan Commission, but roughly half of state residents believe they already pay taxes that are “too high,” according to a new Goucher College poll.

A student with celiac disease is suing the University of Maryland, College Park, alleging discrimination after staffers repeatedly served her foods containing gluten.

Baltimore-area police departments long offered sexual assault victims a waiver form to document that they didn’t want to go forward with their case. Most stopped, but some still do. Now some Maryland lawmakers want to ban police from using such waivers in sexual assault cases so victims aren't discouraged to report and prosecute the crimes.

With workouts and team interviews starting Wednesday, here's an intriguing Ravens prospect worth watching at five positions of need.

This could be Baltimore’s first February on record without even a trace of snowfall — unless some flakes materialize this week. Slight chances of light snowfall are forecast overnight Wednesday and Friday.

Baltimore environmental and community groups and City Council members launched a plan striving to one day virtually eliminate waste, and, they say, create jobs and improve the community in the process.

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