More access to guns could be reason for higher rural suicide rates, Hopkins researchers find
Suicide rates in rural areas of Maryland are 35 percent higher than it's urban settings.
Baltimore police investigating three overnight shootings
A man and two women were shot overnight, police said.
Three men and a boy injured in Baltimore shootings, police say
Police also identified two people killed Tuesday.
Baltimore County man charged with murder of pastor says victim had 'spiritual control' of his wife
Raphael Michael Happy-Ikenwilo, 53, was fatally stabbed Saturday morning.
Officials remove Confederate memorial in Ellicott City
The memorial was originally dedicated on Sept. 23, 1948 by a Howard County Circuit Court judge.
Children and parents prepare for eclipse at Port Discovery
The children's museum will host an eclipse viewing party Monday afternoon.
Cherry Hill arts festival gives community reason to celebrate
Cherry Hill residents were able to enjoy live music and share original artwork during Saturday' festival at Reedbird Park.
Corrogan Vaughn, Republican congressional candidate in Maryland, dies
Corrogan R. Vaughn, a Republican from Baltimore and congressional candidate, has died.
Baltimore day care remains closed following death of 8-month-old
The Rocket Tiers Learning Center will remain under emergency suspension following the murder of an infant in May.
Camp Open Arms reaches out to kids with limb challenges
The four-day camp gives children with limb differences a space to build confidence.
Father charged with murder in death of 6-month-old son
Police arrested Kahlil Cannady, 34, in connection to the death of his son last year.
Baltimore police investigate two overnight shootings
Two men were shot in the Northeast and Eastern Districts, respectively, police said.
Man injured in Shipley Hill drive-by shooting, police say
The victim, 27, was shot in the neck and is in serious but stable condition.
Leakin Park's new 5k run is about more than winning
The weekly, free 5-kilometer run is free and accessible to everyone, regardless of their abilities or skill level.
Baltimore police make arrest in fatal shooting of Dollar General manager
Police also named a new "Public Enemy No. 1" for the June 14 murder of Charmaine Wilson, a mother of eight.
Two teen boys, auto shop owner among latest Baltimore homicide victims
Two teen boys and an older auto-repair shop owner shot under unclear circumstances in Northwest Baltimore are among the latest victims in a city experiencing homicides at an unprecedented pace.
Federal funding cut to teen pregnancy prevention programs will hurt Baltimore, health commissioner says
The city stands to lose the equivalent of $3.5 million in funding for these programs due to Trump administration cuts.
Man killed in Northwest Baltimore, police say
A 69-year-old man was shot and killed Thursday morning in the 5100 block of Linden Heights Avenue.
'Stop the Bleed' campaign comes to Baltimore amid record violence
The campaign aims to teach individuals how to use critical care skills to stop life-threatening bleeding
Halethorpe sailor who died in USS Fitzgerald collision buried at Arlington cemetery
Xavier Alec Martin, 24, died aboard the USS Fitzgerald June 17 when it collided with a container ship off the Japanese coast.
What they're saying about ESPN's 'Baltimore Boys' documentary
The 30 for 30 documentary aired Tuesday, featuring the undefeated Dunbar High School boys basketball team from the early 1980s.
Baltimore kids learn about exercise and nutrition at WNBA clinic in Penn North
The children went through a series of basketball drills and exercises to better understand the importance of staying fit.
Baltimore Police seeking person of interest in fatal Federal Hill assault
Edralin Montebon of Baltimore died from injuries after a fight July 22 in Federal Hill.
Hundreds of children get free supplies at city's annual back-to-school rally
Various city organizations offered free services during the rally, such as vaccinations and dental cleanings.
MedStar Health joins national initiative to train more doctors to make house calls
Home-based primary care, or house calls, have shown to reduce health care spending and provide better outcomes for patients.
Hopkins researchers find that majority of prescribed opioids go unused after surgery
The majority of patients prescribed opioids failed to store and dispose of them properly, research shows.
Baltimore police investigating armed robbery at Johns Hopkins apartment
A graduate student was robbed at 2 a.m. Thursday inside of his apartment.
Amid high temps today, forecasters issue flash flood warning
Scattered thunderstorms are forecasted to take place throughout the week in Baltimore.
Baltimore police investigating Curtis Bay homicide
This marks the 204th homicide in Baltimore this year.
Ten injured in two-vehicle crash on I-695 near Route 140, police say
Among those injured were two children unrestrained by seatbelts, police said.
John Francis Feezer, World War II veteran and entrepreneur, dies at 97
Mr. Feezer, a lifelong resident of Maryland, was a "wonderful person to everybody."
Armed robberies spark concern in Southeast District
Armed robberies are pervasive in the Southeast District
Henrietta Lacks' legacy honored in Turner Station
Every first Saturday in August will be known as "Henrietta Lacks Day" in Baltimore County
Johns Hopkins facility offers real world training in simulated setting
The Johns Hopkins Medicine Simulation Hospital opened in January at the Johns Hopkins medical campus in East Baltimore.
Woman killed in Druid Heights crash, police say
One person was killed in a crash at Bloom and Etting Streets Thursday afternoon.
Police identify Baltimore's 200th homicide victim this year
Police are also investigating a shooting that took place overnight.
After five months, still no answers in case of missing Baltimore mother and daughter
Joanna Clark, 33, and her daughter, Shariece Clark, 15, went missing from their home in two separate incidents on Feb. 4.
97-year-old man found slain in his East Baltimore home
Baltimore police are investigating the death of a 97-year-old man in East Baltimore.
Two N.Y. men get probation for assaulting Ravens fan at M&T Bank Stadium
Scott Smith, 30, of Mount Vernon and Andrew Nappi, 32, of Eastchester will receive 18 months probation for assaulting a 55-year-old man at a Ravens game last year.
Woman, 67, dies in Churchville crash
A 67-year-old woman died Thursday after driving into oncoming traffic.
Three shot overnight in Baltimore, police say
Three men were shot overnight in separate incidents in the city, Baltimore police said.
Baltimore County Police identify found teen
Baltimore County Police identified a teen found in the Dundalk area Monday night.
Police investigate West Baltimore shooting
A man was shot Friday morning in Baltimore’s Mondawmin neighborhood, city police said.
Baltimore police seek to identify two men in killing of Dionay Smith
The two men are not considered to be suspects or persons of interest, police said.
Police: Two shot overnight in Baltimore
Baltimore police are investigating two shootings overnight in the city.
Police: Three shot overnight in Baltimore's Southwest District
Three men were shot overnight in two separate incidents in the city, according to Baltimore police.
One seriously injured in west Baltimore rowhome fire
Units were called to 1147 North Bentalou Street at about 5:26 a.m. for heavy smoke and fire coming from the second floor of a two-story rowhome.
Baby giraffe at Maryland Zoo receives second plasma transfusion
A 3-week-old baby giraffe at the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore underwent a second plasma transfusion Sunday and will continue to receive around-the-clock care, the zoo said.
The Rev. Francis Xavier Callahan, retired pastor of Corpus Christi and St. Margaret, dies
The Rev. Francis Xavier Callahan, a retired pastor who possessed a "superb" gift for bringing people together, died July 6 at Stella Marris in Timonium. He was
Baltimore youth jobs programs offer path to careers for city youth
Na'Thaia Huntley wanted nothing more than a job after graduating from Paul Lawrence Dunbar High School in 2014, but, with no experience, her options were