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On Saturday night at around 8 p.m., Baltimore City Police responded to a call for a reports of a shooting at the 600 block of Linnard Street. Upon arrival, police found a 14-year-old girl had been shot and was unresponsive.
Rebuilding from a tornado that struck Smith Island, which has no bridge or causeway over the Chesapeake Bay, provides a challenge: Every step of the recovery process requires a boat.
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Marilyn Mosby's attorneys are asking a judge to bar the government from using the term “financial hardship” at her trial on perjury charges, saying it would bias jurors against Mosby as they hear about her withdrawals from her retirement account during the COVID-19 pandemic.
“That was the best crowd we’ve had since I’ve been here,” manager Brandon Hyde said. “Just because it felt like 41,000 Orioles fans were in the building.”
Dr. Michael V. Johnston, former chief medical officer and executive vice president at the Kennedy Krieger Institute who enjoyed sailing summers in Maine, died July 30.
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Baltimore Police officers responded to a shooting in an industrial area in Southwest Baltimore Friday afternoon.
Baseball follows the last name, and although Ryan Ripken was an eager participant — striving to make his own mark in the sport — there’s so much more out there Ripken hopes to accomplish, and accomplish on his own.
The Baltimore Police Department’s Special Investigations Response Team and the Maryland Attorney General’s Office are investigating the death of a man who died Thursday after being handcuffed by police.
The city of Baltimore is officially throwing its hat in the ring for a new $1 billion federal agency being established to accelerate the pursuit of a cure for cancer and other ambitious medical research projects.
Baltimore foodies may know John Creger’s cooking from Fuisine, a corner restaurant he opened in Canton just before the pandemic. He's now dishing out some of customer favorites at a Baltimore County spot.
Amid widespread staffing shortages of educators, bus drivers and other essential staff, the Baltimore County school system has launched weekly recruitment events around the district to put candidates directly in front of hiring managers.
In interviews with The Baltimore Sun, 15-year-old Jay’den Williams provides a rare look at what a victim of gun violence thought in the moments before she recanted her statements in court.
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