Pedestrian dies after being struck by tractor trailer on I-95 in Howard County
Maryland State Police say a man was killed after being struck by a tractor trailer on Interstate 95 in Howard County Sunday.
Baltimore officials to relocate 24 households at Poe Homes as crews struggle to restore water access
Baltiore's Poe Homes residents complain that despite assurances the water issues have been fixed, pressure remains an issue.
Goucher College trustee reportedly spent millions to fund anti-vaccination movement
A member of Goucher College's Board of Trustees is spending millions of dollars funding anti-vaccination movements, according to a Washington Post report.
Police: Missing 25-year-old Anne Arundel Medical Center surgical tech is found dead
Baltimore Police say Stephanie Ordonez, a 25-year-old reported missing after last being seen on June 14, was found dead in Texas.
The Elephant restaurant in Baltimore is closed as a result of 'legal and financial circumstances'
The Elephant restaurant, which opened in Mount Vernon in July 2016, has posted a notice that it is closed due to "legal and financial circumstances."
Police: Pregnant former Parkton resident, 2-year-old son killed in Tennessee crash, man charged with murder
Jefferson City, Tennessee, police say Sierra Wilson Cahoon, 30, originally of Parkton, and her 2-year-old son were killed deliberately in a pedestrian crash.
Man dead, another injured in separate West Baltimore shootings
Baltimore police say a man died after being shot in the chest in the 3100 block of Baker Street on Wednesday.
Boy Scouts previously banned state employee now facing child pornography charges
The Boy Scouts of America banned Stephen Cormack from participating in the organization in 1996 after learning about his being charged with child sex abuse.
Motorcyclist dies after colliding with MTA bus in Baltimore
Baltimore police say a motorcyclist died after a collision with an Maryland Transportation Authority bus Tuesday.
WMATA chair violated ethics codes, probe finds; Maryland Gov. Hogan calls for resignation, further details
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan and Virginia Gov. Ralph S. Northam have called on WMATA to release details on the ethics probe of its chairman Jack Evans.
State employee charged with possession of child pornography; witness claims he viewed images at work
Stephen Cormack, a Department of General Services employee, is charged with possession of child pornography.
FBI appoints new head of bureau's Baltimore field office
The FBI has appointed Jennifer C. Boone as the special agent in charge of the Baltimore field office.
Ropewalk Tavern to close for renovations, add bowling and games
Ropewalk Tavern in Federal Hill will close for renovations as the establishment will add bowling, games and a new menu.
Three-car crash on I-95 south near Exit 50 in Baltimore injures one, causes traffic backups
One person was injured in a three-car crash that has caused traffic on Interstate 95 southbound near Exit 50 to back up Monday afternoon.
Baltimore woman pleads guilty to involvement in 'Lex Luthor' fentanyl ring
April Wilkes pleaded guilty to conspiracy to distribute fentanyl and participating in the "Lex Luthor" drug trafficking organization in Baltimore.
Boy, 9, suffers potentially life-threatening injuries after he was hit by a minivan in Baltimore County
Baltimore County police say a 9-year-old boy was seriously injured after he was struck by a vehicle in Bowley's Quarters Monday.
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.
Della Rose's Avenue Tavern in White Marsh to close June 24
Della Rose's Avenue Tavern in White Marsh in Baltimore County will close on June 24 — while its nearby Perry Hall location will remain open.
Baltimore Police: Man stole woman's car, crashed it into tree near Inner Harbor
Baltimore police have detained a suspect who they say carjacked a vehicle and crashed it near the Inner Harbor on Saturday night.
Baltimore Mayor Young signs bill to make all Baltimore single-occupancy bathrooms gender-inclusive
Baltimore Mayor Bernard C. "Jack" Young signed Bill 19-0385 into law Saturday, requiring all single-occupancy bathrooms in the city to be gender-inclusive.
Howard County, drug treatment provider reach $3 million deal to build first-of-its-kind addiction facility
Drug treatment deal would require Delphi Behavior Group to reserve detoxification and addiction services for Howard County residents.
Two dead in shooting in Baltimore's Carrollton Ridge neighborhood
Baltimore police say two men were found shot dead in the Carrollton Ridge neighborhood of Baltimore.
David Simon, creator of 'The Wire,' is filming his next project in Baltimore's Canton neighborhood
David Simon is filming a six-episode adaptation of Philip Roth's "The Plot Against America" book in Baltimore's Canton neighborhood.
Man fatally shot in Baltimore's Mount Holly neighborhood
Police say a man was fatally shot in Baltimore's Mount Holly neighborhood Thursday morning.
Baltimore could've been celebrating the Blues' Stanley Cup win, if not for the Blackhawks
At one point, the St. Louis Blues could've been the Baltimore Blues.
Pennsylvania earthquake could be felt in northern Maryland
Parts of northern Maryland felt a 3.4 magnitude earthquake with an epicenter near Mifflintown, Pennsylvania.
Man dead, another injured in separate Baltimore shootings Wednesday afternoon
Baltimore police say a man died Wednesday after being shot in the 4400 block of Franconia Drive.
Baltimore man could get life in prison after being convicted of murder, attempted murder in 2017 shooting spree
Mausean Carter was convicted of first-degree murder in the killing of Martell Harris in December 2017 as well as four counts of attempted second-degree murder.
Baltimore ransomware update: what city residents need to know about water bills, taxes, tickets and more
Baltimore City officials say 65% of employees have email access and expect 95% of email addresses to be restored next week.
Andre De Shields wins first Tony Award at 73, shouts out Baltimore hometown in acceptance speech
Andre De Shields won a Tony award for best featured actor in a musical for his role as Hermes in "Hadestown."
Former Mount Saint Joseph basketball player dies in hit-and-run, police searching for driver
Baltimore County police are asking for help in identifying a driver who allegedly struck and killed Daveyon Barnes on Reisterstown Road Saturday.
Maryland-based 'Blair Witch' video game to be released Aug. 30
Bloober Team is making a Blair Witch Project video games based on the movie filmed in Maryland.
Fire at abandoned Baltimore warehouse extinguished after more than 12 hours
Baltimore firefighters were fighting a four-alarm fire at an abandoned warehouse in in the 1100 block of Madison Street.
P.F. Chang's to close restaurant at Baltimore's Inner Harbor on July 28
The P.F. Chang's restaurant at 600 E. Pratt St. will close on July 28 after the restaurant announced that it will not renew its lease for the location.
Woman, Baltimore County firefighter injured in Parkville after car crashes into building
A woman and a firefighter suffered minor injuries after the Baltimore County Fire Department said a car overturned and struck a building in Parkville.
Baltimore police: Suspect fled arrest, threw gun onto I-83, leading to closure
Baltimore police say a man who fled from police threw a gun from an overpass onto Interstate 83, causing road closure.
Chesapeake Conservancy rescues fallen falcon in Baltimore
The Chesapeake Conservancy says a falcon was rescued in Baltimore after it was found fallen from its nest at the Transamerica building on Light Street.
City officials identify woman who died after falling into Baltimore wastewater treatment vat
Longtime public employee Trina Cunningham died at the plant.
The Windup Space to reopen as Rituals, to honor DIY and arts roots
Former bartender Émile Joseph Weeks said he plans to reopen the former Windup Space near Station North as Rituals.
Old Bay hosting 'Ultimate Fan' contest on Instagram
Old Bay Seasoning is holding a contest to see who is the biggest fan of the seasoning.
Baltimore mayor proposes using boxing to curb street violence. Here's how one gym owner thinks it could work.
Marvin McDowell is a fan of Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young’s idea to have Baltimore residents solve their differences with boxing rather than firearms.
Truck carrying nearly 80,000 pounds of green beans flips in Carroll County
Police say a truck carrying 77,000 to 78,000 pounds of green beans overturned on Route 30 in Carroll County at 1:48 p.m.
Perdue recalls 31,000 pounds of chicken
Perdue Farms is recalling more than 31,000 pounds of chicken as the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture says some patties, tenders and nuggets may contain bone material.
Anne Arundel County Police find body at homeless camp in Glen Burnie
Anne Arundel police said the body was found in the area of Route 10 and Ordnance Road.
Danielle McCray, former aide to Baltimore Councilman Brandon Scott, is nominated to replace him
A nominating committee recommended Daniel McCray, a former aide to now Council President Brandon Scott, replace him as District 2's council member.
U.S. Army captain from Bowie sentenced to nearly 20 years in federal prison for exchanging sexual imagery with minors
A 32-year-old Bowie man was sentenced to nearly 20 years in prison after he pleaded guilty to targeting underage women online with explicit imagery.
Man fatally shot in West Baltimore, police say
Baltimore police say a man was shot dead on Braddish Avenue Wednesday afternoon.
You asked: How do Baltimore neighborhoods get their names? The origin behind Pigtown, Sandtown and more.
A look at Baltimore's strikingly named neighborhoods and their origins.
Baltimore police: Man and woman shot in McElderry Park
Baltimore police say a man and a woman were shot in McElderry Park Sunday — the second shooting reported in the neighborhood in two days.
Baltimore police union draws online criticism calling youths 'criminals' after Inner Harbor incident
Baltimore's Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 3 called some young people who met Saturday at the Inner Harbor "criminals." The ACLU says that's unacceptable.