U.S. Sens. Chris Van Hollen and Ben Cardin of Maryland have introduced a bill to extend death benefits to ROTC members who die before they’re able to serve their first active duty assignment for the military.
A Woodlawn man pleaded guilty to possession with intent to distribute fentanyl in U.S. District Court Wednesday as prosecutors say investigators found three kilograms of the synthetic opioid at his home.
James Dorsey pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit robbery in federal court Monday, admitting that he shot and killed Markel Benson, an 18-year-old working as a witness for the federal government, over marijuana in 2015.
Baltimore County police are “confident” a woman found stabbed to death in Southwest Baltimore on Saturday was Charla Melvin, a missing 50-year-old who lived in Milford Mill, officials said Sunday. An autopsy will be performed to verify the findings.
Three Maryland congressmen have urged ICE to stop an alleged practice of luring immigrants into the deportation process by leading them to believe they're talking with official about green card eligibility after a marriage.
Former Baltimore City Sheriff's candidate Richard Parker was charged with filing false campaign finance reports, as prosecutors say he falsely claimed to have more than $40,000 in his campaign account.
The ACLU of Maryland said a federal appeals judge denied Baltimore's request to appeal a ruling that deemed the city's policy of requiring nondisclosure agreements in police misconduct settlements was unconstitutional.
Seth Hurwitz, the chairman of the ownership group behind the Merriweather Post Pavilion and the owner of the 9:30 Club, is stepping down after he was arrested last week on soliciting prostitution charges.
Seth Hurwitz, owner of the 9:30 Club and chairman of I.M.P., the promotion and production company that operates Merriweather Post Pavilion, was charged with soliciting prostitution in Montgomery County.
Thomas Cole, 39, is charged with second-degree murder as Maryland State Police say he killed his cellmate, Ronnie Harris, 56, while they were in custody at the Maryland Correctional Training Facility in Hagerstown.
The Maryland Court of Appeals has denied a family monetary damages in the 2011 death of a Baltimore man, saying that while medics did not follow protocol when treating him for a heart attack, their conduct did not constitute “gross negligence.”