Woman gets 18 months for helping son cover up fatal shooting of Baltimore girl
The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore staying open late for evening event, tickets prices are half off
BWI Airport says operations have return to normal; earlier advised customers to seek shelter
New-look Ravens start over in their bid to win, not necessarily defend, a Super Bowl title
Suspect in fatal shooting of toddler believed to be in New York City
Stop signs at a rail crossing where a train and trash truck crashed in a Baltimore suburb were faded and one was hung upside down and facing away from the road, according to a preliminary report on last month's derailment and explosion.
NTSB says stop signs were faded, displaced at rail crossing where train, truck crashed
Thousands of people across the Washington area and across the country who lost their homes to foreclosure are about to get checks in the mail.
Baltimore police investigate report of sex assault at boarding school dormitory
Forum scheduled to discuss Red Line transit project in Baltimore
Gun applications in Maryland have reached record highs ahead of the new gun control law that will take effect in October and the surge in gun sales is creating a massive backlog.
Tow-truck operator thrown off Baltimore highway after being struck by SUV; expected to be OK
Trash train derails in Baltimore County; no injuries reported
Baltimore fire chief to step down, return to Minnesota to be near family
A 32-year-old man who fled to Pakistan shortly before being indicted on software copyright infringement charges has been sentenced to more than 7 years in prison.
Baltimore County police shoot, kill man during struggle; police say he went for officer's gun
Sex, drugs and cellphones: Criminal indictment exposes major problems at Baltimore jail
Man convicted in oxycodone scheme; had workers in doctors' offices obtain fake prescriptions
Once a year, thousands of doom, grind and black metal heads descend on Baltimore like a brood of cicadas.
The Baltimore City Council has passed a bill that would require local hiring for contractors, despite concerns about its constitutionality.