Baltimore radio personality Ed Norris is recuperating at home following last week's accident in northern Harford County in which he was injured while avoiding a collision between his motorcycle and a truck.
Reviewing national media coverage of the Black Guerrilla Family's virtual takeover of the Baltimore City Detention Center, it's impossible not to feel the pressure mounting on Gov. Martin O'Malley who is expected to return this week from a trip to the Middle East.
Authorities around the country have struggled for years to dislodge gangs from jails and prisons. But the scale and scope of the allegations laid out this week in a federal indictment has astounded even longtime observers.
The mistakes made by social media and cable TV after the Boston Marathon bombings have continued reverberating with the discovery last week of the body of a young man falsely accused of being a suspect. We saw similar patterns after the Newtown shooting, and we need to look at this trend before the media get any further out of control.
Just when it was starting to look like cable news might have actually learned something from its rush-to-judgment sins in covering the Newtown massacre, John King, CNN and Fox News showed Wednesday how shaky and journalistically confused even the genre's biggest dogs are these days when confronted with a major, ongoing news story.
The last time Johns Hopkins freshman Gracie Golden rode in a shopping cart before Saturday was during her toddler years in a grocery store – and those carts weren't covered in duct tape or pushed at breakneck speed while she held on for dear life.
Beethoven is such a dominant figure in classical music history that the Hermitage Piano Trio's all-Beethoven program will be heard by eager audience ears on Saturday, April 6 at 8 p.m. at Howard Community College's Smith Theatre
Four designated public shelters were stocked with a two-week supply of survival items supplied by the civil defense director. Employees of Harford Memorial Hospital along with the county highway department and assisted by high school boys, loaded more than 6,000 pounds of food, water drums, medical and sanitation kits to the following shelters: Aberdeen High School, Harford Memorial Hospital, the County Health Department and Slate Ridge Elementary School.
49ers offensive tackle Anthony Davis called Terrell Suggs a '[expletive] loser' on his Twitter feed today after he took offense to comments made by the Ravens linebacker on a San Francisco-based radio show.
Thanks to the addition of a new $650,000 mobile command unit and 10 personal police officer cameras, it's hard to accuse the Laurel Police Department of lagging behind when it comes to the latest technology.
Among the topics discussed were the $100 million apartment complex Metropolitan Downtown Columbia, which developers broke ground on earier this month, Whole Foods coming to the Rouse Company headquarters, and, of course, the newly proposed plans for the redevelopment of Symphony Woods Park.
Baltimore transportation officials say the city's new speed cameras won't be susceptible to the errors that have plagued the city's previous cameras. But radar experts say it's not that simple. They predict that the new cameras will reduce — but not eliminate — errors like erroneous speed readings.