Md. flags lowered in honor of Baltimore's first African-American police commissioner
Men's Wearhouse sweetens bid for Jos. A. Bank to $1.61B; takes it to its rival's shareholders
Md.'s Gov. O'Malley urges people to be cautious and cover up during bitter cold snap
20 households settle lawsuit over gas station leak in Jacksonville
Baltimore police: Double shooting claims father, son; 1st homicides of 2014
Baltimore Orioles Hall of Famer Paul Blair died Dec. 26 at the age 69. And fans wishing to pay their respects can do so on Friday, Jan. 3.
Virginia, Maryland and NJ to collaborate in site testing for drones; among 5 states in US
Baltimore mayor names Niles Ford new fire chief to fill vacancy that opened in July
Fire causes nearly $1 million in damages to Ellicott City home while residents on vacation
4-alarm fire damages church, school in northeast Baltimore, no injuries reported
Baltimore firefighters, including her dad, to host send-off for Olympic luger Summer Britcher
CBP discovers 128 pounds of cocaine inside shipping container at Port of Baltimore
5 things to know after Patriots gear up for playoffs with 41-7 rout that hurts Ravens chances
Baltimore police investigating deaths of 2 men after apparent fall off cargo ship
Baltimore police are investigating four separate shootings, two of them fatal.
Two adorable lion cubs at the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore have names - Luke and Leia.
The man who has sung the Star Spangled Banner at every Ravens home game will sing his final rendition.
The U.S. Marshals Service says the federal courthouse in downtown Baltimore was evacuated and several blocks of downtown were blocked off until a man with a gun was taken into custody outside the building.
A store owner has pleaded guilty to running a scheme in which he directed others to steal items from large retailers and then return them for gift cards.
3 Baltimore firefighters injured in an small explosion sparked by car fire
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