A man was found dead among the rubble of a massive gas explosion in Northwest Baltimore just before 1 a.m. Monday, bringing the number of people killed in the incident to two, officials said.
Before rescue crews arrived, the neighbors started an assembly line, passing bricks and whole slabs of the houses’ foundation, among the other debris the explosion left everywhere
Experts said it could take months or years to determine what caused a gas explosion that destroyed three homes in Northwest Baltimore, and whether the city's aging infrastructure played a role.
Frustrated lawmakers made surprise visits Monday to post offices in Dundalk and Essex, as the U.S. Postal Service said it was reviewing its staffing following complaints of severe mail delivery delays in the Baltimore area.
Here’s what experts and analysts around the league are saying about the Orioles’ surprisingly hot start.
Summer traffic congestion on the Bay Bridge can make life miserable for people who live near both ends, Kent Island on the east and the Broadneck peninsula on the west. But state Sen. Ed Reilly thinks Friday nights are more miserable on his side lately.
At least four or five more witnesses are expected to testify Tuesday before legal arguments and, possibly, a judge’s ruling on the first of multiple efforts by attorneys representing the man who gunned down five Capital Gazette employees to bar the prosecution’s privately hired psychiatrist from testifying at trial.
Russia on Tuesday became the first country to officially register a coronavirus vaccine and declare it ready for use, despite international skepticism.
Christy Borck is still in critical condition after she was shot in her Pasadena home Friday. As she fights for her life, her family has seen an outpouring of support.
Gov, Larry Hogan gave his approval for a plan to offer just 360 voting centers across Maryland for the November election despite what he said were “serious concerns” about the proposal.
Two Reisterstown teens have been arrested and charged as adults in connection with a shooting that left one man dead in his Owings Mills home last month.
The University of Maryland's semester will begin online Aug. 31, and classes won't be held in-person for at least two weeks.
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