A federal judge last week threw out a Baltimore security guard's copyright infringement case against National Football League Properties, saying there was no evidence the NFL had licensed the use of the Ravens logo he'd designed to a software company.
Dennis Rodman is back from a rather foggy Asia visit, Google is remembering a civil rights campaigner, and Mitt Romney wishes he were president. Welcome to your post-weekend online trends report for Monday, March 4.
Without leaving a sign of forced entry, a burglar this week managed to steal more than $15,000 worth of computers, electronics and cash from the Boys & Girls Club at Admiral Oaks in Annapolis, according to Annapolis Police.
A man walked into the SECU building in the 8600 block of LaSalle Road at about 3:30 p.m. on Jan. 29 and asked a teller what his account balance was. After hearing the balance, the man threatened the teller with a screwdriver, lighter and scissors.
A full news cycle after Alex Jones' CNN meltdown, the conservative radio show host -- dubbed the most paranoid man in America -- is still trending. David Bowie's new single is rising up the digital charts and a number of tech stories are gaining traction, fueled by the CES in Las Vegas.
Jajuan Dulaney watched "pretty much every game" the Maryland football team played in 2012, suffering along with other Terps fans as four quarterbacks suffered season-ending injuries. Despite the disappointment of a 4-8 season, the Maryland-bound offensive lineman from Powder Springs, Ga., viewed the year with an optimistic eye toward the future.
Inside Mondawmin Mall in Baltimore, shoppers buzzed through stores buying last-minute gifts, extra wrapping paper or the final ingredients for holiday meals and desserts. Last-minute Christmas Shopping
As a media critic, I will limit myself to the disingenuous attack on the media from Wayne LaPierre, chief executive of the organization. Of course, it's a shameless attempt to avoid accepting any responsibility by his organization.