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2 dead, including gunman, in Baltimore methadone clinic shooting; wounded sergeant in serious but stable condition

Two people were killed and two others — including a Baltimore police sergeant — were injured Monday morning when an armed man entered a drug treatment center on Maryland Avenue in Charles North demanding access to methadone, police said.

A decade after being robbed at gunpoint, Baltimore’s city council president speaks out for assailant in court

Baltimore City Council President Brandon Scott was robbed at gunpoint a decade ago. On Monday, he appeared in court on behalf of one of his assailants, asking a judge to reduce the man's sentence because he believes he has reformed.

Are the Orioles looking to leave Baltimore?

With Andrew Cashner gone, Orioles look to be team with little interest in their fans - but perhaps a lot of interest in leaving town.

Maryland weather: ‘Code Red’ alert issued with heat index forecast to surpass 100 this week

The heat index is forecast to surpass 100 degrees in and around Baltimore this week, prompting city health officials to declare a "Code Red" heat emergency.

As next round of negotiations looms, BSO says 2018 audit raises doubts over financial viability

The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra announced Monday that the results of an audit for the last fiscal year raises doubts that the BSO will remain financially viable for the next twelve months.

Maryland banned a school from voucher program over anti-LGBT views. It says that violates religious freedom.

A private Christian Academy whose conservative values don’t accept same-sex marriage or transgender people says Maryland unfairly threw it out of a school voucher program because of its religious beliefs.

Orioles’ Andrew Cashner trade gives a better idea of what’s on horizon for Mike Elias’ rebuilding project

Orioles executive vice president/general manager Mike Elias just traded Andrew Cashner to the Red Sox for two very young prospects, which should be an indication of where he feels the finish line will be for his rebuilding project.

Firefighters respond to smoke from Atlas Air plane at BWI

Firefighters responded to smoke coming from an Atlas Air plane that landed at BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport on Monday.

Yes, you can get good tacos in Baltimore: Here are 11 places you must try

With the growth of taco shops like Cocina Luchadoras, Cinco de Mayo Taqueria in Highlandtown and the new R&R Taqueria near Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, Baltimore seems to be entering a new era of taco deliciousness. The next time you hear a Californian complain about not being able to find any Mexican food in Baltimore, just scroll and/or swipe through this photo gallery of the city’s most popular taco spots.

‘Madden 20’ ratings takeaways: Ravens’ Lamar Jackson fastest QB; Marquise Brown fastest rookie

“Madden NFL 20” doesn’t hit shelves until Aug. 2, but the much-debated player rankings have been released. Here's a look at where some of the Ravens stand.

Westminster Stingrays Swim Team looks at reflection at 30th anniversary

Now celebrating the team’s 30-year anniversary, Westminster Stingray Swim Team members reflected on its history and all the friendships born at the water.

Ravens 2019 training camp preview: Quarterback

A player-by-player breakdown of the Ravens' quarterback situation, including what to watch in training camp.

Kurt Schmoke: creating a ‘City University for Baltimore’

Kurt Schmoke: The time has come to create a new governance structure involving the University of Baltimore (UB), Coppin State University and Baltimore City Community College (BCCC). The resulting entity would become the City University of Baltimore.

Andy Harris says Trump could’ve meant ‘go back to the district’ in tweets; president says no, he meant leave the country

Andy Harris tried to defend President Donald Trump’s tweets targeting four Democratic congresswomen of color, but Trump's clarification make clear that the president meant what he said.

Lawrence H. Goldberg, Baltimore City firefighter, dies

Lawrence H. Goldberg, a veteran Baltimore City firefighter, dies of cancer at age 50.

Sound Garden owners plan Maryland’s first medical cannabis lounge in Fells Point

The couple behind the retro record store Sound Garden is planning to open Maryland's first medical cannabis lounge in Fells Point later this year.

Here's how to get tickets to 'Hamilton' in Baltimore

Tickets for the Baltimore engagement of Lin-Manuel Miranda's Tony Award-winning musical "Hamilton" to go on sale May 9.

Chair of Baltimore police oversight panel resigns after body-camera footage captures tense traffic stop

Marvin McKenstry will resign from his position as chair of the Community Oversight Task Force, the organization announces in a Facebook post.

‘Extremely convenient’: First medical cannabis dispensary in Carroll County opens in Westminster

The long-awaited first day for Westminster’s Herbology was marked with a ribbon-cutting Monday.

Gunfire recording on Westminster church’s voicemail prompts cancellation of services

A recording that sounded like automatic gunfire was left on the voicemail of the Church of the Ascension in Westminster.

Artscape street closures start Monday, and the festival boundaries have changed. Here’s what you need to know to get around.

Artscape 2019 doesn't get going until Friday, but as preparations begin, some streets will be closed starting Monday. Here's what you need to know to get around.

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Orioles trade Andrew Cashner to Red Sox for two prospects

The Orioles traded Andrew Cashner to the Boston Red Sox in exchange for outfielder Elio Prado and infielder Noelberth Romero.

Balto. Co. pet cemetery poses challenge for neighbors, officials

Baltimore County Councilman David Marks plans a zoning change to limit future development of the Oakleigh Pet Cemetery property. Separately, Marks intends to introduce legislation aimed at protecting the rights of owners of pets buried there.

Man dies in shootout with off-duty Air National Guard officer at Golden Dragon in Baltimore County, police say

A man was killed in an exchange of gunfire with an off-duty member of the Maryland Air National Guard in the parking lot of the Golden Dragon bar and restaurant in Windsor Mill early Friday morning, Baltimore County police said.

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