One man was fatally stabbed and another was shot in separate incidents early Saturday morning, according to Baltimore police. The stabbing and shooting followed an especially violent Friday, when 12 people were shot, including two young children in a mass shooting.
Two children and an adult were transported to a hospital after serious crash in the 7100 block of Bel Air Road in Overlea on Thursday night, the Baltimore County Police Department and Fire Department said.
Laura Welty is the Carroll Hospice resident expert on regulations and compliance, but it is her human touch in interacting with patients and families that is her hallmark, according to Carroll Hospice spokeswoman Simone Lindsay.
Close advisers to Mayor Catherine Pugh said Tuesday that she is still recovering from a serious case of pneumonia that has sapped her strength and forced her to convalesce at home, under doctors’ supervision, since late last month.
Maryland House of Delegates Speaker Michael Busch is in the hospital with pneumonia and is expected to be absent during the crucial final days of the General Assembly session. Busch missed most of last week in the House of Delegates, presiding over the chamber only on the first day of that week
Over the objections of student protesters, Maryland’s House of Delegates has voted overwhelmingly to approve hotly debated legislation to authorize an armed police force for the private Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore. The state Senate has passed a different version of the legislation.
Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh will hold a news conference to share details of her Healthy Holly book deal with the University of Maryland Medical System, her spokesman said. Pugh sold the hospital network copies of her children's book series on healthy lifestyles while she was on its board.
Surgeons in Baltimore have performed what's thought to be the world's first kidney transplant from a living donor with HIV, a milestone for patients with the AIDS virus who need a new organ. If other donors with HIV come forward, it could free up space on the transplant waiting list for everyone.
A majority of Baltimore's state senators have voted to endorse legislation to create an armed Johns Hopkins police force — clearing a major hurdle to the bill’s passage. By a vote of 3-2, delegation backed legislation authorizing the force. The amended bill would impose limits on patrol areas.
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Key Baltimore senators have voted to endorse a series of legislative amendments designed to win the Maryland General Assembly’s approval for an armed police force at Johns Hopkins University's campuses in the city.
Idoreyin Montague, a second-year medical resident at Johns Hopkins Hospital, died in a Christmas Eve car crash in 2014. Her father, the Rev. Evanstein Montague, of North Carolina, is suing the city of Baltimore for negligence for failing to maintain the roadway.
A day after 12 people were shot in Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University President Ronald Daniels told lawmakers in Annapolis that the city’s “unrelenting” violence shows the need for his institution to create its own police force. Opponents argue armed officers would do more harm than good.