Hundreds of members of Alpha Kappa Alpha, a historically African-American college sorority, are celebrating the group's 105th anniversary in Baltimore this weekend.
Restaurant Week is under way in Baltimore County, and it lasts a lot longer than a week.
West Virginia regulators have made many changes to ensure massive coal slurry ponds don't fail from the bottom and flood underground mines, but federal officials said Thursday they must do more to document and reduce risks from nearby mining activity.
The eight teams left in the NFL playoffs can thank their special teams for a good part of their success. That's one reason players are still upset Commissioner Roger Goodell has floated the idea of abolishing kickoffs altogether.
Ray Rice had a combined 318 carries and catches during the regular season, the lowest total since his rookie year in 2008.
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A new subscription service is breaking the shackles of network television and makes network programs available right away.
The Baltimore Ravens wanted one long final ride for Ray Lewis.
A Baltimore County woman is facing arson charges after police say she intentionally started a fire inside her Woodlawn home.
Washington and Baltimore are two of the drunkest cities in the nation, according to a new list from The Daily Beast.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency is offering money to help Baltimore County repair roads and public structures damaged by Superstorm Sandy.
Baltimore fire officials have identified two men who died in a house fire that also left five people injured, including a pregnant woman.
How speed cameras vendors are compensated is latest squabble over Maryland's controversial safety program, which motorists say are inaccurate in some jurisdiction.
A Baltimore County developer has pleaded guilty to making straw contributions to a county councilman and exceeding contribution limits.
Police say a Baltimore restaurant owner has been charged with raping a customer in the bathroom of his restaurant.
Gun should be taken away from anyone who is found by a licensed health care provider, educator or police to be a threat, a panel studying firearms access by the mentally ill recommended Wednesday.
Sandy Hook Elementary School students will return to a new school after winter break. To help make it a welcoming environment, the Connecticut PTSA is asking for paper snowflakes that volunteers will string throughout the school.
Syracuse, Rochester and Johns Hopkins in Baltimore are among the universities that offer online tools to their students free of charge, realizing ill-considered Web profiles of drunken frat parties, prank videos and worse can doom graduates to a lifetime of unemployment.
The city of Baltimore is hosting a New Year's Eve candlelight vigil to remember lives lost to violence in 2012.
Gov. Martin O'Malley is commending union dockworkers and port operators for averting a weekend strike or lockout by extending contract negotiations for another month.