An Anne Arundel County judge on Tuesday sentenced the man who blasted his way into the Capital Gazette newsroom and killed five people to six life sentences, five without the possibility of parole, plus 345 years — all to be served consecutively.
A Baltimore family's sense of relief soon gave way to panic when the pharmacist realized she had injected a 4-year-old girl with a dose of the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine, which is not yet authorized for children younger than 12.
Behind closed doors, the millionaire Baltimore businessman Charles Nabit lorded his wealth and power over young, drug-addicted women, paying them for sex. He was sentenced Monday to 18 months in federal prison.
Mike Preston writes that the key for the Ravens is if their two top masking agents, kicker Justin Tucker and quarterback Lamar Jackson, can cover up enough weaknesses until some of their injured players return.
With the debut of dishes like Gulf shrimp and Carolina yellow rice grits, Bacon is firmly establishing what he calls “globally influenced southern cuisine” at the Mt. Vernon restaurant.
The Royal Farms Arena general manager says “the energy level was insane” for the Guns N' Roses show. And over at Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, there were hoots and cheers along with the applause for the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. Live music is back inside Baltimore's big venues.
There was plenty to be gleaned about the direction of the organization in the third year of this rebuild under Orioles executive vice president and general manager Mike Elias.
View visualizations of Maryland COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations, deaths, testing, positivity rate and vaccinations.
- In their first congressional testimony on the tumultuous final months of America’s longest war, top U.S. military officers on Tuesday acknowledged misjudging the fragility of Afghanistan’s army.
Which college majors have the greatest gender disparities? StudySoup analyzed data from the National Center for Education Statistics to find the answer.
Market Wagon, an online farmers market, has expanded to the Baltimore area and is offering home delivery of produce and products from local farms and food vendors.
A federal agency has sued Jerry’s Chevrolet Inc. alleging the Baltimore dealership paid a female dispatcher lower wages than a male dispatcher and fired the employee after she complained.
Before coming to Baltimore in 1954, the St. Louis Browns were notorious for losing. Their fortunes didn't change immediately as the Orioles.
Two adults were charged with assaulting minors after a melee broke out at a youth football game in Manchester over the weekend, police said.
Despite losing this weekend, the Buccaneers and Chiefs remain the teams to beat while the Ravens remain at No. 6 after eking out a win over the winless Lions.
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