Runner Keith Levasseur, 34, of Glen Burnie, Md. recently completed the Baltimore Marathon on October 13 and choose to do so in flip-flops.
A dozen employees of Baltimore's Department of Transportation are being accused of stealing nearly $60,000 in scrap metal and may be fired.
Baltimore school police officers have cast a no- confidence vote in their chief, saying he's ignored their concerns and shouldn't be running the department.
Usually the weather is too cold or storm waters overrun the nests, but Maryland's first-ever confirmed sea turtle has hatched and is now thriving.
A man has been convicted of setting his ex- girlfriend's Baltimore house on fire while she and three others slept inside.
A Salisbury man has pleaded guilty to using information stolen from clients of a residential mental health program to open bank accounts.
Caesars Entertainment Corp., which plans to build a voter-approved casino in Baltimore, releases hiring and construction plans.
School bullying usually involves kids taunting each other, but at least one substitute teacher at Digital Harbor High School in Baltimore was the victim of verbal and physical abuse from her students.
Police officials in Baltimore identified two men accused of crimes against 11 people, mostly young women.
Former Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon is calling her new probation violation charge a "setback" and says she's not enjoying her fresh legal troubles.
Baltimore's new police commissioner is set to officially take over the force at a time when the city's stubborn homicide rate is trending upward.
State officials are investigating complaints about voting problems, including long lines and registration issues.
Health officials say a Maryland resident's hepatitis C infection is closely related to infections linked to a traveling hospital worker accused of tampering with needles.
When the pushing, shoving, finger pointing and customary taunting ended, and after his team rallied to pull out a difficult division win, Baltimore coach Jim Harbaugh was exhausted and relieved.
Teachers and students are scheduled to rally in Baltimore for Maryland's version of the Dream Act.
A Pennsylvania man has died in a crash on the Baltimore Beltway.
Baltimore Gas and Electric says it has deployed more than 40 utility workers to support its sister utility, PECO, with power restoration work in suburban Philadelphia.
Baltimore County police say six employees at a haunted house in Essex were taken to a hospital after a jar of formaldehyde spilled and they became sick.
The Baltimore Sun, saying the president must be allowed the finish the job, has endorsed Barack Obama.
The Baltimore Fire Department is implementing a strict new social media policy it began devising in the spring to regulate what firefighters post on Twitter and Facebook.