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.
Maryland teacher injured in Boston Marathon explosions leaves hospital, looks forward to hugs
A woman with terminal cancer wants to give to those who've given so much.
Md. man pleads guilty to receiving child pornography; images found on computers
Driver whose truck was hit by train, causing derailment, released from hospital
Prosecutor: Classified information Manning gave to WikiLeaks fell into enemy hands
Johns Hopkins University is offering a health care safety course free online.
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is planning to visit an all-day competition between food trucks from Baltimore and Washington.
Baltimore police officer accused of standing watch in uniform while sting drug deal conducted
Opponents of death penalty repeal fall short in bid to collect signatures for referendum
Maryland mother sues people who had pornographic images involving her underage daughters'
CSX: Hazardous chemical in car that derailed caused Md. train explosion; NTSB examining video
Footage posted on YouTube by a truck and trailer company shows the collision between a CSX train and a truck Tuesday that led to the train's derailment.
1 dead, several injured after fire breaks out in south Baltimore apartment building
Ex-Navy reservist pleads guilty to exploiting minors to produce child porn
Former Baltimore County executive named Md. transportation secretary
Baltimore writer describes life in the death business, her 9 years at a city funeral home
Back in the US, passengers describe calm, orderly scene in response to cruise ship fire
Fire breaks out on Royal Caribbean cruise ship; passengers to be flown to US from Bahamas