Among the first words said by prosecutor and Assistant State's Attorney Lisa Broten during her closing arguments in the Maryland School for the Deaf child sexual abuse case were "unique" and "unusual."
Among the first words said by prosecutor and Assistant State¿s Attorney Lisa Broten during her closing arguments in the Maryland School for the Deaf child sexual abuse case were "unique" and "unusual."
The nation's top Catholic bishops will convene this week in Baltimore to choose a new leader, a decision that will help set the course for an American church striving to build its appeal while grappling with stances on immigration and contraception coverage.
A former Archbishop Curley High School student is accusing a Catholic priest and former teacher at the school with sexually abusing him on several occasions, according to a news release from the Archdiocese of Baltimore.
Retired Carroll County Circuit Court Judge Luke K. Burns Jr., who during his years on the bench developed a reputation for being even-keeled and fair-minded and had a special affection for adoption cases, died Sunday of renal failure at Carroll Hospital Center. He was 79.
SARC, a non-profit in Harford County providing hope and resources to victims of domestic violence, sexual violence, child abuse and stalking, received a proclamation from the Harford County Council recognizing October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month
Many parents may puzzle over why women activists and writers would argue so fiercely over advising teenage girls not to binge drink. The answer has to do with the nature of the crime and an ongoing dilemma in women's history.
An attempt by Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler to pivot from character concerns to issues in the increasingly nasty gubernatorial contest yielded more vitriol Tuesday as Gansler accused rival Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown of putting politics ahead of protecting women from domestic violence.
A student at a Northeast Baltimore middle/high school fell ill Wednesday after several students ate cookies laced with suspected marijuana, sources with knowledge of the incident and the investigation confirmed.
As he has done in three recent trials, the attorney for convicted sex offender Nelson Bernard Clifford told jurors Wednesday that he had a "consensual encounter" with a woman who says he broke into her home and attacked her.
Baltimore prosecutors have resurrected charges dropped six years ago against a convicted sex offender, a rare move that comes as the man's latest trial is set to begin after a series of acquittals on recent accusations.
The Columbia man who assaulted his wife and set fire to his Harper¿s Choice apartment during a tirade earlier this year was sentenced Tuesday to 18 months in jail and ordered to pay $430,000 to debtors, according to Howard County State's Attorney spokesman Wayne Kirwan.