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Tiara Kianna Baker, 22, was accused of robberies in Baltimore County. Then while trying to initiate an arrest in Baltimore City, officers fired shots at her.

Najia Stallworth, who had taught in public schools and other institutions since 1996, said she was fired from John Carroll on Tuesday, but said the administration did not reference the viral photo as the reason for her termination.

A Baltimore businessman and CEO was sentenced Thursday to 18 months in federal prison for paying about $40,000 in cash bribes to disgraced state Del. Cheryl Glenn.

Beacon 2.0 will expand what claimants can do online, rather than emailing or calling staff on overwhelmed phone lines. The system will also allow employers to access to respond to questions from the department, which should prevent delays staff has had in reaching them by phone when some of their businesses are closed.

The transition to in-person instruction is not mandatory, and will be offered first to students with disabilities and to students in preschool and kindergarten, Superintendent Darryl L. Williams said in an email to faculty Thursday.

September is when many apple orchards are ready to be harvested, so it’s time to pack a bushel and pull out your favorite pie recipes. We’ve rounded up some of the best apple orchards across the country that offer a variety of apple flavors and activities to do when you’re done in the orchard. To choose the top orchard in every state, we scoured online ratings. Note that not all apple varieties are available at the same time. Some might be ready in late August, while others won’t be ready until early October. Most orchards recommend calling ahead to check availability before visiting. Otherwise, some post updates on their websites and social media for you to check as well.

Prosecutors in Baltimore have brought charges against members of what they call a murderous drug gang.

Bars, restaurants and patrons are abiding by social distancing policies and wearing masks for the most part, but a return to the college life of crowded bars and reckless fun remains far away.

A new ad for Crown Royal whisky that highlights the local music economy featured two beloved Baltimore music venues and bars, the Ottobar and Cat's Eye Pub, as well as several members of the city’s musical community.

In the months before his death, U.S. Rep. Elijah Cummings wrote that he endured “pure pain” from repeated Twitter attacks by President Donald Trump – whom he once wanted to trust – but resolved not to be baited into responding in anger.

As Maryland lawmakers consider policing reforms, local prosecutors are pushing to maintain their authority to prosecute cases of police misconduct.

Max Major, the mentalist and alumnus of South Carroll High School, made a deep run on “America’s Got Talent,” but fell just short of making the finals.

Mildred F. "Mitzi" Swan, who participated in the historic 1948 desegregation of the Druid Hill Park tennis courts, has died at 90.

A Texas surgeon said his daughter was attacked by “BLM” -- and Baltimore Twitter got to the bottom of what really happened.

After courageously placing student well-being above profits, the Big Ten Conference rolls over and reinstates football for 2020, a decision that College Park should have rejected.

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The 2020 Baltimore Sun Business and Civic Hall of Fame inductees are the fifth group to be recognized for achievements in business, philanthropy, public service, education, the arts and more.

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