Darius Davenport, 20, of the 400 block of Shirley Mae Road, was fatally shot in the 1700 block of N. Longwood St. Justin Forney, 27, of the 5100 block of Charlgrove Road, was fatally shot in the block in which he lived, according to police.
Maryland Institute College of Art President Samuel Hoi apologized publicly Thursday for the school’s history of racist admission policies, a move prompted by a student’s recent exhibit on the often hidden experience of black artists at the college.
The U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division investigators say Akhilbhai Patel, manager of Blissful Enterprises LLC and owner of ENA Hotels LLC in Edgewood, allegedly violated overtime provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act.
Two men being held in Frederick County on gun and drug charges have now been charged with first-degree murder in connection with a fatal suspected robbery in Southeast Baltimore Saturday, according to police.
Small numbers did not hamper the spirits of the several dozen volunteers participating Monday in Baltimore nonprofit Civic Works’ make-up day of service, which had been postponed from Martin Luther King Day.
Salisbury University student Jake Burdett is charged with illegal wiretapping after he allegedly streamed a meeting with a congressional staffer for Maryland Congressman Andy Harris to Facebook Live without permission.
Douglas Ellsworth Cloman II, 34, of the first block of Wragby Circle in Perry Hall, is charged with one count of second-degree burglary, two counts of fourth-degree burglary and one count of theft, according to court records.
A Baltimore man with the online persona "Plainpotatoess" has been charged with more than 20 counts of harassment and trespassing stemming from incidents that allegedly occurred while he was filming videos to go on his viral social media accounts, according to police and city officials.
When city officials finally lit the newly installed traffic signal at Calvert and 23rd streets Thursday, a small crowd of residents gathered to sip celebratory wine and snap selfies — and to swap dozens of anecdotes of near misses over the years.
Underground electric utility work might soon contribute to serious congestion along Reisterstown Road, MD-140, just north of the I-695 interchange, affecting about 55,000 drivers who travel the stretch daily, according to the Maryland State Highway Administration.
John Yoon, 27, of the 6400 block of Clifton Forge Circle, was riding his motorcycle north when the driver of a Jeep Liberty attempted to make a left turn on Edmondson Avenue in front of Yoon and struck him with the passenger side of the vehicle, according to police.
A 26-year-old Baltimore man arrested in the shooting of a University of Maryland School of Medicine employee outside a hospital ambulance bay on Monday had previously been in a relationship with the victim and quickly confessed to the shooting after being arrested, according to court records.
The Baltimore City Council plans a hearing with fire department leaders after an aging truck caught fire and amid warnings from the firefighters' union about the agency's readiness. Councilman Brandon Scott says the hearing will be the first in a series to keep a closer watch on the department.
Rosalyn Vera, owner of Cocina Luchadoras in the 200 block of Broadway, said a man called her business twice Thursday threatening to kill her if she did not remove a poster criticizing President Donald Trump.
Seventeen Marylanders, including six in Baltimore, have died as a result of cold weather this month. Thursday's single-digit temperatures have prompted more people to seek refuge at homeless shelters and created train delays.
In 2015, Maryland legislators updated the law about leaving their cars running unintended to include exceptions for vehicles on private property, not open to the public, and vehicles with an engine that can be started using a remote keyless ignition system.
An Atlanta-based flooring company plans to open a 1.5 million square-foot distribution center at the Tradepoint Altantic development project in Sparrows Point, potentially creating 150 full-time jobs by the end of 2023.
University of Maryland's campus police have charged Luke William Charla, 20, and Nicholas Michael Stehman, 20, with fourth-degree burglary, conspiracy to commit fourth-degree burglary and malicious destruction of property.