18th annual book festival getting underway in Baltimore's Mount Vernon neighborhood
Md. transportation officials say to expect heavier than normal Bay Bridge traffic this weekend
Poe House to temporarily reopen for weekends in October, full reopening planned for spring
Maryland Zoo to stay open late for 'After Hours with the Animals' event
3 people who died in 2-car crash in Baltimore identified
In general, iPhone cases are designed to protect the Apple device. A new iPhone case can also protect the owner. The Yellow Jacket case houses a 650,000-volt stun gun.
Confiscated coral donated to National Aquarium by Customs and Border Protection
Security officials confiscated two stun guns from passengers at Baltimore-Washington International Airport last week.
5 things to know after Ravens honor Ray Lewis, beat Texans 30-9 despite absence of Ray Rice
Firefighters are trying to determine the cause of a four-alarm fire that raged for hours and heavily damaged a commercial building in southwest Baltimore.
A Connecticut man has been sentenced to 15 months in prison in a plot to bribe an immigration officer to get a green card.
Md. jury convicts man of coercing woman to become a prostitute to pay off his legal bills
BWI, Salisbury airports get $8 million in federal grants
5 things to know about Week 4 in college football: Bad schedule? What bad schedule?
Maryland highway officials create temporary park in a Baltimore parking space
Maryland Zoo counts more than 400,000 visitors for 2nd year, sees growth
The National Aquarium in Baltimore is bringing back two discount programs to help keep the attraction affordable to Maryland residents.
Maryland is getting a visitor from the South with business on his mind.
9 store owners indicted in food stamp fraud, allegedly exchanged benefits for cash
All flights in and out of Baltimore Washington International Airport have been temporarily suspended due to a possible lightning strike.