Keenan Thompson played an uncomfortable U.S. Rep. Elijah Cummings in a “Saturday Night Live” sketch this weekend lampooning MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” co-hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski, whose wedding the Maryland congressman officiated last month.
Several blocks of North Howard and West Lexington streets in Baltimore were closed — and light rail service was interrupted — following a Maryland Transit Administration maintenance crew’s discovery of a void under the street early Saturday, the city Department of Transportation announced Sunday.
With Adnan Syed’s family and friends in the courtroom, attorneys presented opening arguments to Maryland’s highest court Thursday about whether his murder conviction — thrown out by a lower court — should be reinstated.
The crest gates of the Conowingo Dam have been opened until further notice to allow the Susquehanna River, brimming from record November rains, to flow freely through the dam into the Chesapeake Bay, the U.S. Coast Guard announced Wednesday.
A cafeteria worker at one Baltimore school was injured Tuesday in an alleged assault involving students, and a teacher at another city school was punched by a student Wednesday, district officials confirmed.
The Maryland Transit Administration will offer free rides on its specially decorated Holiday Bus, featuring Santa Claus and his elves, on weekdays from Wednesday through Dec. 20, the agency announced Tuesday.
As 5-year-old Amy Hayes recovered from her wounds in the hospital Tuesday, more than a week after being injured by a stray bullet, gifts already had begun to arrive at her great-grandmother Vivian Nealy’s Sandtown-Winchester home.
The $189 million replacement of the Interstate 895 bridge north of the Baltimore Harbor Tunnel — and expected heavy delays as the expressway is narrowed to one lane in either direction for three years — is scheduled to begin Tuesday.
A section of Baltimore’s East 26th Street elevated above train tracks in Charles Village was rapidly sinking amid heavy downpours on Monday, sparking concerns about a potential repeat of the dramatic collapse of a nearby block in 2014.
Baltimore’s buses, Light Rail, Metro Subway and MARC Train would be better served by local oversight than by the Maryland Transit Administration, a state agency which reports to the governor, according to the Greater Washington Partnership’s Capital Region Blueprint for Regional Mobility.
Amy Hayes, a 5-year-old shot in Baltimore — and who by a stunning and tragic coincidence is the younger sister of Taylor Hayes, a 7-year-old who was fatally shot in July — was in stable condition, undergoing surgery Tuesday, family members said.
Former New York Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg’s staggering $1.8 billion gift to his alma mater, the Johns Hopkins University, tops the Chronicle of Higher Education’s list of the largest academic donations since 1967.
The Baltimore Sun has obtained more than 900 pages of city officials’ emails that provide a behind-the-scenes look at the Baltimore Bike Share program’s demise and its eventual replacement with the Bird and Lime scooter pilot agreement.
The Harford Road Bridge over Herring Run in Northeast Baltimore will close Monday for the next three years, likely causing major traffic backups, as the city spends $18.9 million to replace the century-old bridge.
As the Baltimore Bike Share system languished again this summer, the program’s vendor billed the city more than half a million dollars for operational costs “highly beyond the initial level” and asked the city to bundle bicycle theft reports to exceed the company's $10,000 insurance deductible.
A 31-year-old man died at the Baltimore Central Booking and Intake Center last week after initially being taken to a hospital due to medical concerns, the Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services said Tuesday.
The port of Baltimore’s largest longshoremen’s local has agreed to an arbitration hearing next week to resolve a dispute that management says has resulted in delays at the container terminal, despite a federal judge ordering dockworkers to work as required in their contract.
A pair of civilian volunteers could help oversee Baltimore Police misconduct cases under the new contract agreement proposed between the department the city and the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 3, the union that represents the rank-and-file officers.
Major delays are expected on Interstate 895 beginning later this month and continuing for the next three years, as the Maryland Transportation Authority limits the expressway to one lane in each direction for a $189 million replacement of the bridge north of the Baltimore Harbor Tunnel.
Two Anne Arundel County police officers serving one of the new “red flag” protective orders to remove guns from a household killed a Ferndale man after he refused to give up his gun and a struggle ensued early Monday morning, police said.
A total of 823 attendees — nearly 400 of them in the first half hour — pulled into one of the five lanes set up in the CCBC Essex parking lot Sunday, signed a consent form, rolled up their sleeves and received free shots.
Four people — including a 13-year-old boy — were killed, and three others injured on a violent Halloween in Baltimore, police said, bringing to a close the second-most violent month of 2018, which saw more than a killing a day.
Maryland Transit Administration spending is scheduled to fall by 58 percent under the state’s six-year spending plan — a steep drop state transportation officials attribute to the front-loaded costs of expensive MARC, metro and light rail vehicle replacements, but advocates say it's worrying.
Union dockworkers in Baltimore walked off the job Monday, forcing a shutdown of the port of Baltimore’s container terminal and prompting management to file a lawsuit in federal court to force the International Longshoremen’s Association Local 333 members to return to work Tuesday.
An “unknown substance” found in a restroom of a Southwest Airlines plane at BWI Marshall Airport Monday night prompted the BWI Airport Fire & Rescue Department to meet the aircraft when it landed, the airline said Tuesday.
Baltimore police say a teenager has been charged as an adult in a road-rage killing of a 73-year-old man in Northwest Baltimore. Mikayal Hendricks' mother says he had cut off his ankle monitor and repeatedly missed a court-ordered curfew, and that she had sought his arrest before the homicide.
Gregory Brown, a 27-year-old homeless man, was charged with first-degree murder in the killing of his 59-year-old stepfather, Preston Merritt. Jasmin Thomas, 28, was charged Tuesday in the stabbing death of 27-year-old Antoine Ennels this weekend at Gilmor Homes, police said.