'If you’re from Catonsville, you understand': State Fare, Jailbreak release July 4-themed Game of Chairs beer
The night is dark and full of terrors. But the Catonsville sidewalk is hot and full of chairs.
Man killed ‘using bricks and other objects’ after trying to leave scene of crash in West Baltimore, police say
A man was killed by assailants “using bricks and other objects” who followed him after he tried to drive away from a crash with their vehicle in Baltimore.
Cousin of Maryland inmate arrested in second prison drug bust in as many days
The cousin of a Maryland inmate was arrested in an alleged attempt to smuggle the narcotic suboxone into a Jessup prison Saturday afternoon.
Infant out of hospital after accident in Owings Mills parking lot; driver charged with driving without license
The 11-month-old granddaughter of a woman who was killed by a car in the parking lot of the Target store in Owings Mills Saturday night has been released.
'Augie' Miceli, longtime Calvert Hall football coach and math teacher, dies
Augie Miceli racked up 104 wins, seven straight Turkey Bowl victories and six football championships in 13 years as Calvert Hall’s varsity head coach.
‘Secret’ tunnels are hidden under Baltimore’s Federal Hill. Where did they come from and what lies inside?
It’s true that large tunnels were dug in Federal Hill more than a century ago. But who built them? Why? And why are Baltimoreans so fascinated by them?
Driver taken to hospital after crash in Harford County
The crash was the first of two separate crashes at Route 155 and Interstate 95 in Havre de Grace Sunday morning.
Woman killed, 11-month-old granddaughter injured by car in parking lot of Owings Mills Target
A woman was killed and a child injured when they were struck by a vehicle in the parking lot of the Target in Owings Mills Saturday night.
Deputy transportation secretary under Hogan, Ehrlich picked to lead Maryland Transportation Authority
James F. Ports Jr., a former state delegate, will oversee the state's toll facilities and EZPass system.
Death of Lauren Braxton, niece of Toni Braxton, caused by heroin, fentanyl, medical examiner says
The death of Lauren “Lolo” Braxton, the 24-year-old niece of Severn native and Grammy Award-winning singer Toni Braxton, was caused by heroin and fentanyl.
Baltimore police rescue man from top of Howard Street Bridge
Baltimore police rescued a man threatening to kill himself by jumping from the Howard Street Bridge on Tuesday, officials said.
Man airlifted from Patapsco Valley State Park
A man was airlifted from a remote area of Patapsco Valley State Park in Halethorpe on Tuesday, according to the Baltimore Fire Department.
Baltimore drivers ranked worst in America by Allstate for second straight year
The Beltway, and Route 295 were also ranked as Maryland's riskiest roads.
Baltimore council president calls for hearing on Poe Homes water outage, continuing into second week
Baltimore City Council President Brandon Scott will on Monday formally call city agencies to a hearing on their response to the water outage at Poe Homes.
‘People are really, really afraid’: Mass-deportation threat strikes fear into Baltimore immigrants
“It is high time to call attention to the plight of immigrants in the city of Baltimore and far beyond,” said Baltimore Archbishop William E. Lori.
Over a year after new Maryland driver's license rollout, the MVA realized it had a problem
For more than three-quarters of a million Marylanders, REAL ID means an extra trip to the dreaded MVA.
Adnan Syed case: Supreme Court extension offers hint at possible appeal strategy for 'Serial' subject
The Supreme Court is giving Adnan Syed’s attorney another month to appeal the refusal by Maryland’s highest court to grant a new trial to the "Serial" subject.
Man, 34, killed in shooting near Highlandtown, Baltimore police say
A man was shot to death near the Hebrew Friendship Cemetery, just north of Highlandtown, before dawn Thursday morning, police said.
Victim recovering from dislocated jaw, other injuries from attack outside Tiki Lee's in Sparrows Point
Bradey Wolford, 23, of Anne Arundel County was punched and kicked out of nowhere after security cleared Tiki Lee’s Dock Bar, his relatives say.
Digital license plates could be coming to Maryland
The MVA will outfit 22 vehicles with LTE-connected license plates under a two-year pilot program.
MVA adds temporary office in Columbia for rush of REAL ID appointments as deadline approaches
It's part of a large-scale effort to assist millions of drivers through the process of submitting the required documents to the agency.
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra musicians protest Meyerhoff Symphony Hall lockout
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra announced it will lock out its musicians starting Monday after it could not reach an agreement with their union.
‘Love comes in all kinds of forms’: Baltimore Pride Festival marks 50th anniversary of Stonewall Riots
This year’s Pride celebrations marked the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, a major catalyst for the gay rights movement in the U.S.
Pair of steers corralled after breaking free in West Baltimore
A pair of bulls were on the loose Thursday in West Baltimore, police said.
BWI airplane fuelers raise safety concerns about leaking fuel trucks; airport says they passed federal inspections
BWI workers are raising safety concerns about leaking fuel trucks, which are being "examined and will be addressed, as appropriate" by airport officials.
6 injured in bus crash in West Baltimore, MTA says
Six people were injured when a Maryland Transit Administration bus and another vehicle crashed near the West Baltimore MARC Station Wednesday.
Proposed steps on east slope of Federal Hill face pushback from neighbors, American Visionary Art Museum
A proposal to add steps to the east slope of Federal Hill ran into opposition from neighbors and the founder of the American Visionary Art Museum.
One northbound lane of Harbor Tunnel reopens amid $189 million bridge replacement
One lane of the Harbor Tunnel’s northbound bore, which has been closed for repairs since April, reopened Monday morning.
'I am a miracle': Cancer survivors take the runway at annual Hopkins fashion show
Cancer survivors and nurses strutted their stuff in this year's 'Charm City Stars' fashion show at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center Sunday.
Trial begins in case of police officer charged in East Baltimore assault caught on viral video last summer
The prosecution opened the trial of ex-Baltimore Police officer Arthur Williams Wednesday afternoon by showing the court body camera footage of the incident.
Proposed scooter rules would restrict speeds along Baltimore's harbor, prohibit riding at Camden Yards, M&T Bank Stadium
No riding at the stadiums. A speed limit near the harbor. Baltimore is proposing new rules for dockless scooters.
Ellicott City men played with a handgun, smoked marijuana before fatal shooting, charging documents say
The suspect in a killing in Ellicott City Saturday brought a revolver to a church where he and two others had driven to smoke marijuana, police say.
Baltimore Mayor Young suggests boxing bouts to settle street beefs
Mayor Bernard C. "Jack" Young and State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby hosted a 'Bmore United' rally against gun violence at the Parkside Shopping Center Sunday.
Maryland State Police investigating whether troopers teased man whose boat fell off trailer on Route 50
Maryland State Police are investigating allegations that troopers teased and live-streamed a man whose boat fell off its trailer onto Route 50.
Man fatally shot in East Baltimore
The man was shot in the upper body in Baltimore's Barclay neighborhood.
European bus company FlixBus to offer $5 trips to New York, Washington from Baltimore
FlixBus, a European bus company, will begin offering $5 trips to New York, Washington, Richmond and Rockville from Baltimore this week.
Journalists, community advocates file lawsuit challenging Maryland's ban on broadcasting recordings of criminal trials
Open Justice Baltimore and the Baltimore Action Legal Team want to use recordings to improve the transparency of the legal process in Baltimore.
'Hang them high': Baltimore County delegate draws fire for Facebook comment aimed at school officials
A state delegate from Baltimore County is drawing criticism for evoking lynchings in a Facebook comment aimed at county schools officials.
Livestream: New peregrine falcon joins nest atop Baltimore's TransAmerica skyscraper
A new suitor has joined Barb the Peregrine Falcon in her nest atop Baltimore’s TransAmerica skyscraper.
2 teens, 20-year-old charged in string of armed robberies in Federal Hill Saturday
Baltimore police said the suspects are accused of robbing people of their cars and phones, including shooting one multiple times with a BB gun.
Man seriously injured in Woodlawn shooting, police say
Baltimore County police said the man was found suffering from life-threatening wounds.
'We're opening the doors': You can now search the on-time rates for each MTA bus route online
The Maryland Transit Administration unveiled a searchable online database that provides the public with the ability to view and track on-time rates for buses.
Developer, architect of Woodberry apartments quit project as city orders demolition of 1840s homes halted
The developer and the architect of a planned apartment complex in Baltimore’s Woodberry neighborhood announced late Tuesday that they were quitting the job.
Handcuffed shoplifting suspect drives Howard County police SUV to Baltimore
A man charged with stealing from a Walmart in Ellicott City managed to drive a Howard County Police SUV to Baltimore in handcuffs Sunday night, police say.
'It’s Chief Stan Wheatley’s ship': First chief engineer returns to N.S. Savannah in Baltimore for Maritime Day
The original chief engineer of the N.S. Savannah returned to the ship for National Maritime Day at Canton Marine Terminal in the Port of Baltimore on Sunday.
N.S. Savannah, world's first nuclear-powered merchant ship, to be decommissioned in Baltimore
The N.S. Savannah, the world’s first nuclear-powered merchant ship, which is docked at Canton Marine Terminal in Baltimore, will be decommissioned.
26th Street repairs set to cost Baltimore $7.5M; neighbors say city has ignored requests for green space
Fixing the damage from 2018 could be as costly as the dramatic collapse of 2014 as officials work out a deal with CSX.
Days before Preakness, water main breaks in front of main Pimlico entrance
A water main break occurred sometime Tuesday morning on the 6800 block of Pimlico Drive, according to Department of Public Works spokesman Kurt Kocher.
MTA to raise transit fares for buses, subway, light rail, Mobility shuttles in June
The price of a one-way Maryland Transit Administration bus, subway, light rail or Mobility shuttle ticket will rise by 10 cents next month, the MTA announced.
Maryland speed cameras generated $64 million in revenue last year. How much did drivers in your area pay?
Drivers going more than 12 mph over the speed limit in school zones and work zones in Maryland paid nearly $64 million in speed camera fines last year.