Federal law enforcement agents seized the cocaine hidden inside a shipping container full of beach chairs at the Port of Baltimore. The beach chairs were headed for an address in Maryland.
Baltimore Police say two people are dead and six others are injured after several overnight shootings around the city.
A judge in Maryland has declared a mistrial on murder and robbery charges in the shooting death of a Baltimore-area bartender.
Baltimore’s police chief says he’ll tighten up on the department’s overtime issues as it struggles to enforce the 32-hour limit.
A jail in the center of Baltimore City, long faulted for poor conditions for inmates, will soon be torn down to make way for a therapeutic detention center.
A Maryland board has approved a contract to tear down nearly 40 structures that were part of the correctional complex at the closed Baltimore City Detention Center.
School safety is the subject of a conference drawing teachers, law enforcement officers and mental health service providers in Baltimore County, Maryland.
“In almost 200 hospitals that specialize in treating sick children, to have two of the best 10 in the country here in the Baltimore-Washington region is impressive.”
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra is locking out its musicians now that contract and salary negotiations have stalled.
According to Maryland State Police, around 8:30 p.m., Timothy Ervin Trivettt, 54, of Yorktown, was trying to conduct a traffic stop on Interstate 695 near Baltimore.
Police say a teen wounded aboard a Baltimore-area bus appears to have accidentally shot himself.
Sgt. Ethan Newberg and a subordinate officer have been suspended after investigators say body camera video disproved the 24-year veteran’s recent account of an arrest in Southwest Baltimore. In his initial report, Newberg portrayed the man as “combative and aggressive.”
Baltimore City computer servers were hit by the ransomware attack May 7.
The Baltimore Museum of Art has so far this year added more than 70 contemporary and historic artworks to its broad collection.
U.S. Catholic bishops voted Wednesday to create a new national sex-abuse hotline run by an independent entity, a decision that represents one of the church’s most tangible steps yet in confronting its sex-abuse crisis.
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