Baltimore man pleads guilty to sex trafficking of 14-year-old girl
Man sentenced in plot to ship stolen vehicles from Port of Baltimore to west Africa
Veterans facility in Baltimore has fourth longest wait time for new patient primary care
Suburban Baltimore-based spice giant McCormick & Co. is sure to attract plenty of attention from D.C.-area landlords as it weighs a potential relocation from its longtime headquarters in Maryland, though it's too soon to say whether that will be enough to bring the maker of Old Bay Seasoning near the Capital Beltway.
Police increase patrols around Digital Harbor High School in Baltimore amid student tensions
Beyonce and Jay Z are set to perform a sold-out show at Baltimore's M&T Bank Stadium next month -- and if you don't have tickets just yet, procrastinating may pay off.
Plaintiffs in Carroll County, Md., public prayer case drop motion for preliminary injunction
Residents of Baltimore street that collapsed can head home at the end of the week
Flags flying at half-staff in Maryland in honor of Baltimore County firefighter who died
Ceremony honors Md.'s last soldier, a Korean War veteran, from Hispanic-only Army unit
2 juveniles arrested after teen cut on face in Baltimore
US Citizenship and Immigration Services celebrates new immigration-benefits office
Police: woman arrested after Baltimore hit-and-run kills 2, crash sparked by argument
Girl, 12, dies when car fleeing from police crashes into van in Baltimore
Divorce, for some, means a party and cakes adorned with squashed spouses or blood-red icing
A new invasive and venomous fish species has been moving north from Caribbean waters in recent years, and is starting to gain in numbers locally.
Mark Mayo, slain sailor from Hagerstown, Md., honored at Memorial Day event near Baltimore
Following a particularly violent week that saw eight people shot in 24 hours, Baltimore Police Commissioner Anthony Batts says he is working with local and state law enforcers to increase safety measures over Memorial Day weekend.
Find out how much of a homeowner's salary it would take to afford owning a home in 27 cities, including Washington and Baltimore.
Walters Art Museum in Baltimore receives $913,000 in grants for new projects, exhibits
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