Baltimore home sale prices jump in April thanks to fewer foreclosuresThe increase was the most in six years — driven by a shrunken supply of cheap foreclosures rather than by homes seeing a rapid resurgence in value.

Howard County police seize 341 marijuana plants in Laurel: Marijuana growing operation could yield 170 pounds of pot worth more than a half million dollars, according to authorities.

Maryland ranks high for seriously delinquent homeownersThe state ties with New York as the fifth-highest ranking state in the nation for the number of homes with payments that are more than three months late.

Daredevil Wallenda puts on a high-wire show: He didn't fall -- but it looked like he came close. Nik Wallenda crossed the Inner Harbor on a 1-inch wire to mark the imminent opening of a Ripley's Believe it or Not museum.


Top Maryland court to hear two appeals in Jacksonville ExxonMobil leak caseMaryland's top court agreed Wednesday to hear appeals of two multimillion-dollar verdicts affecting hundreds of Jacksonville-area residents.


  • Jurors are deliberating in the case of Julius Henson, accused of seeking to suppress black voters in 2010 Election Day robocalls.
  • To mark Teacher Appreciation week, a profile of Catonsville High School teacher James Fitzpatrick.
  • Lacrosse columnist Quint Kessenich will break down the bracket in the upcoming men's NCAA lacross tournament.
  • The Baltimore Tattoo Arts Convention is coming to the Baltimore Convention Center this weekend.
  • Charles Village Pub, damaged in a fire last year, is expected to formally reopen Thursday.