Ravens second-year quarterback Lamar Jackson is focus on the team and not the hype that's surrounding the team.
An explosion at McDonogh School in Baltimore County injures one child and two adults this morning.
Baltimore Police commissioner Michael Harrison speaks to the Baltimore Board of Estimates.
Students and parents protest the Howard County Public School redistricting plan at the first of three planned public hearings.
Arundel junior Nikki Seven talks Wildcats field hockey after 3-0 win over Glenelg
After photos of the Choptank's dress code circulated online, critics quickly accused the restaurant of discrimination.
Mayor Young and Tisha Edwards,head of Mayor’s Office of Children and Family Success, discuss "Squeegee Alternative Plan" and deployment of bike patrol officers.
Ravens coach John Harbaugh talks about quarterback Lamar Jackson's play against the Cardinals.
Baltimore Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young has signed an executive order retroactively barring the use of “gag orders" in city settlements.
FBI agent Jennifer C. Boone, a 22-year veteran and a native of Centreville, is the new special agent in charge of the bureau's Baltimore field office.
Here’s how the Ravens graded out at each position after Sunday’s 23-17 win over the Arizona Cardinals.
Ravens Lamar Jackson became the only player in league history to throw for at least 270 yards and rush for at least 120 yards in a game.
Having spent most of his career in Baltimore, Arizona Cardinals linebacker Terrell Suggs reacts to playing in the stadium that he once called home.
"Lamar played a great game running the ball, and running the ball effectively,' said John Harbaugh after a 17-23 win over the Cardinals.
Ravens offensive lineman Orlando Brown, Jr., talks about facing former teammate Terrell Suggs and the Cardinals pass rushers.
"Yes, he couldn't have thrown it any better than that," said Marquise Brown on Lamar Jackson key third down play in the fourth quarter.
"We've got to get the the first down, and there's man coverage on him, no safety help over top, and he ran a great route," said Ravens QB Lamar Jackson.
Ravens fans show their enthusiasm for the team before the first home game of the season against the Arizona Cardinals.