President Joe Biden made his first official visit to Baltimore since becoming chief executive Thursday, making a plea to the American public in support of his infrastructure plan during a nationally televised town hall hosted by CNN.
The attorney for Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby said Thursday the Criminal Tax Division of the U.S. Department of Justice is pursuing perjury charges against her for her signature on documents.
DNA technology was critical in helping solve the "Woodlawn Jane Doe" case, giving family long awaited closure.
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Shopping patterns established during the COVID pandemic are here to stay, experts say, with further growth expected in home delivery, curbside pickup and online subscriptions of everything from pet food to coffee.
Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh announced Thursday that he will not run for re-election next year and will instead retire after two terms in the post.
The Ravens thought 2020 first-round pick Patrick Queen would be their next star at middle linebacker, but they turned to a familiar face, Josh Bynes, to bring stability to the position against the Los Angeles Chargers.
Comic book lovers and collectors alike will have the opportunity this weekend to see rare items and props, such as actor Chris Evans’ Captain America shield from the “Avengers: End Game” movie and hear from the likes of Marvel comic book artist Joe Quesada at the 22nd annual Baltimore Comic-Con at the Baltimore Convention Center.
- The House is voting Thursday on whether to hold Steve Bannon, a longtime ally and aide to former President Donald Trump, in contempt of Congress for defying a subpoena from the committee investigating the violent Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection.
To identify the best cities to live in, 24/7 Wall St. used data from the Census Bureau, FBI and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to create a weighted index of 25 measures across four categories: affordability, economy, quality of life and community.
Diana Toebbe of Annapolis, who is charged along with her husband, Jonathan, in a plot to sell submarine secrets to a foreign country, must remain behind bars after a judge on Thursday determined she was a flight risk and a danger to national security.
Western Maryland state lawmakers have sent letters to officials in West Virginia, asking them to “consider adding us as constituent counties to the State of West Virginia.”
About 56% Baltimore’s city employees have complied with the city’s requirement to get vaccinated against the coronavirus, city leaders reported Wednesday three days after the requirement went into effect.
A 41-year-old Baltimore County man faces federal wire fraud and theft of government property charges as prosecutors say he illegally collected more than $1 million in disability benefits while pretending to be a paraplegic for years.
A Baltimore Police officer assigned to the internal affairs unit is suing the department, alleging he was discriminated against and was wrongly accused of leaking information to the target of an administrative investigation.
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- Howard County Executive Calvin Ball on Thursday pre-filed legislation that would create a Police Accountability Board, which would receive complaints about police misconduct from the public and work with the Howard County Police Department and Howard County Sheriff’s Office.