More people sickened at Baltimore office building where 17 fell ill last week
2-alarm fire at Towson apartment complex forces evacuation of about 20 residents
Baltimore County man charged with stabbing teen in the neck in Halethorpe
Baltimore County police and about 40 volunteers have been searching the area around Overlea High School and have found additional human remains after an earlier discovery.
Baltimore County authorities say a 14-year-old boy has been stabbed in the neck in a possible domestic incident.
Baltimore mayor calls emergency meeting on federal budget cuts; city already faces deficit
Baltimore police turn over forensic evidence in gynecologist probe to FBI
A Laurel man has pleaded guilty to robbing four banks in Maryland during a five-month period.
Sequestration appears to be a reality and airports are gearing up for what could be a turbulent ride ahead.
4 injured at Baltimore City Detention Center
Baltimore sheriff's deputy shot in hip when weapon discharges accidentally
Universities, theaters in 4 cities to join in creating new theatrical productions on Civil War
The Zagat winner recently closed two locations in Rosslyn, Va., but burger lovers can still find the patties at Ray's to the Third in Arlington.
The renowned a cappella group, Sweet Honey in the Rock, is coming to Morgan State University and bringing its unique blend of musical genres.
Hot water heater blamed for sickening Baltimore office building workers
Johns Hopkins: Employee noticed gynecologist wearing pen around neck; was used to hide camera
Former patients of a gynecologist linked to secret recordings have responded to the shocking allegations with visits to counselors and lawyers.
Mary J. Corey, the first woman to hold the top editorial post at The Baltimore Sun newspaper, died Tuesday of breast cancer. She was 49.
Emergency officials say more than a dozen people were treated after employees at a north Baltimore office building reported becoming ill.
Baltimore police say more than 2,000 women have called a hotline set up for patients of a Johns Hopkins gynecologist suspected of secretly recording exams and later killing himself.