From Baltimore to the Staples Center: One local artist makes her first trip to the Grammy Awards.
1st federal trial opens in 2008 beating of Md. inmate; defendant is 1 of 15 indicted
Woman, 2 sons taken to hospital with apparent carbon monoxide poisoning
Pittsburgh-based Allegheny Health Network plans to announce "a formal affiliation" between the seven-hospital network and the Johns Hopkins Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center in Baltimore.
The Baltimore Public Health Department is warning of an increased risk of hypothermia from frigid temperatures.
Do you have a talent that America needs to see? Your chance to gain fame for your ability can be one step closer when NBC's "America's Got Talent" holds an open casting call at the Baltimore Convention Center on Jan. 30.
A woman who prosecutors say financed a lavish lifestyle by embezzling $3.6 million from her employer has pleaded guilty to a federal mail fraud charge.
Maryland State Police say they've arrested a Baltimore man wanted in the theft of eight Hermes handbags from a Texas home that were worth $200,000.
A man who killed his parents and two brothers when he was 15 is due in court on a request for a sentence modification.
Maryland's governor has settled a football wager and had a box of crabcakes delivered to the North Dakota governor's office.
Can you imagine whizzing from D.C. to Baltimore in just 15 minutes? If a business group has its way, you'll be able to speed past the backed-up traffic on Interstate 95 aboard the super-fast magnetic levitation train.
The family of a plainclothes Baltimore police officer killed by friendly fire as officers tried to break up a fight outside a nightclub has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the department.
Baltimore County Police say a man found dead behind a Dundalk elementary school died as a result of exposure to the extreme cold.
'Star-Spangled Banner' manuscript to join flag that inspired the song for the first time in DC
Five people, including three firefighters, were hurt in a two-alarm house fire in Locust Point as efforts to battle the blaze were made difficult by bitter cold and a frozen hydrant.
Maryland judiciary makes recommendations on how to address bail review court ruling
Md. flags lowered in honor of Baltimore's first African-American police commissioner
Men's Wearhouse sweetens bid for Jos. A. Bank to $1.61B; takes it to its rival's shareholders
Md.'s Gov. O'Malley urges people to be cautious and cover up during bitter cold snap
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