Robert Prettyman walked along the uneven, murky ground surrounding Anne Arundel Community College's Resource Management Building and pointed to soil erosion, storm runoff and other ways that the area has lost its battle against the elements.
Returning to another Monday morning at work after a horrifically violent attack. I will pray for my students and for my own strength as we try to learn in the midst of grieving for the loss of so many.
Alexander Kinyua, the Morgan State University student accused of killing and cannibalizing a family friend, pleaded guilty but not criminally responsible Wednesday on separate attempted murder charges.
By By Justin George and Kevin Rector and The Baltimore Sun
Lawyers squared off one last time Friday in a packed Baltimore courtroom to wrap up the long-running trial of a bitterly contested pollution lawsuit with ramifications for water cleanup efforts and the poultry industry in Maryland and nationwide.
The University of Maryland's planned departure from the Atlantic Coast Conference has raised questions about the league's long-term survival, a sobering prospect for fans who grew up on games between the Terps and their Tobacco Road rivals.
Little more than a year after the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, an unknown enemy was again menacing the capital region. Sidewalks emptied; residents holed up in their homes. Those with unavoidable commitments ducked their heads as they scurried from house to car, from car to destination, and back again.
Little more than a year after the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, an unknown enemy was again menacing the capital region. Sidewalks emptied; residents holed up in their homes. Those with unavoidable commitments ducked their heads as they scurried from house to car, from car to destination, and back again
As Baltimore County officials work to improve protocols for ensuring school safety following two incidents involving guns in the last month, experts say they should focus on providing more avenues through which students can report and teachers can adequately identify suspicious behavior.
By By Kevin Rector and Alison Knezevich and The Baltimore Sun
All Baltimore colleges follow the same federal guidelines for reporting crimes on campus. But hard-to-explain discrepancies raise questions about the value of these reports in giving students and employees a snapshot of campus safety.
Chaney collapsed during an offseason workout in April 2010. He figured he was just dehydrated, but doctors soon determined he had a severe case of viral myocarditis, a potentially fatal infection of the heart that causes inflammation.
A former University of Maryland honors student accused of contemplating a campus shooting rampage accepted a plea deal Tuesday, and prosecutors said the case was evidence that authorities are responding threats with vigilance.