Firefighters in Baltimore are talking to residents about smoke detectors in the wake of a fire that killed five people including four children.
A memorial service is planned for next week for five victims of a Baltimore fire.
The Baltimore comptroller is suing the administration of Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake to block its office of information technology from installing a new phone system.
Maryland State Police say a man died after a two- vehicle accident on Interstate 795 in Owings Mills.
Two men have been sentenced to life without the possibility of parole in the fatal shooting of a teenager outside an upscale department store at a Baltimore County mall.
Prosecutors say a woman who collected federal disability benefits while operating a fitness center has been convicted of making false statements to obtain those benefits.
Fire officials say a fire that caused $80,000 in damage to a Charles County church was intentionally set.
Baltimore County's schools superintendent has named a school safety chief following two gun- related incidents this year.
The Daily Record reports that executive editor and vice president Tom Linthicum is set to retire.
Spending by committees for and against expanded gambling in Maryland has exceeded to amount spent in the 2006 governor's race.
Nothing was going to keep Orioles fans from showing up at Camden Yards on Sunday for the first baseball playoff game in Baltimore since 1997.
A guidance counselor who disarmed a student gunman at a Maryland high school, preventing further violence, will throw out the ceremonial first pitch at the Baltimore Orioles' game.
The Maryland Judiciary is hosting its second annual "Peace Walk" around the Baltimore Inner Harbor.
A former postal service employee has pleaded guilty to stealing cash and gift cards from the mail.
Higher crop prices are being blamed for a drop in forest restoration in the Chesapeake Bay watershed.
Baltimore restaurants and bars may soon have to display letter grades based on their performance in city health inspections.
A conference in Baltimore is focusing on how minority adolescents and teenagers are being treated in Maryland's criminal justice system.
Baltimore police say a man who had burglarized a Roland Park home fell to his death from the house's balcony after being spotted by the homeowner.
Johns Hopkins University says it will lead an international team of researchers studying how to improve wind farm design.