Baltimore is providing free sand and sandbags for businesses and residents in flood-prone areas.
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is urging residents to prepare for severe weather that she says has the potential to have an Isabel-type storm surge.
Police in Baltimore are identifying a 24-year-old Navy sailor who died in a shooting earlier this week.
Police in Howard County say three men are dead in a collision on U.S. 1 near Elkridge.
A Lansdowne man has been convicted of killing a teenager in a shooting two years ago.
The Sporting News has named the Nationals' Davey Johnson and the Orioles' Buck Showalter the National League and American League Managers Of the Year, respectively.
Defense giant Northrop Grumman says it will cut up to 350 jobs from its electric systems sector with most of the reductions likely in the Baltimore area.
Some Baltimore school children are joining federal and state officials in celebrating the transformation of a polluted south Baltimore waterfront into an environmental preserve.
Harborplace, Baltimore's signature tourism attraction for more than 30 years, has been sold to a New York-based firm.
A former Baltimore radio personality is going to jail for driving drunk in a crash that sent five people to the hospital
A federal judge has ruled that Baltimore County's pension system discriminated against beneficiaries because older workers were required to pay more toward their retirement than younger workers.
Maryland residents can now visit the National Aquarium in Baltimore for less in the morning.
Baltimore police have identified the driver killed in a crash when officers followed the vehicle.
Singer Art Garfunkel and two others are offering a $2 million prize to the person or group that does the most to end blindness over the next eight years.
The Baltimore police department is re-evaluating a program that empowers certain security guards to act as police officers and make arrests.
Officials say the Baltimore-Washington Parkway's northbound lanes will remain closed near the Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport after a problem developed with a bridge-replacement project.
Baltimore County police say a car has crashed into a child care center in Woodlawn, but no one was in the building when the vehicle came barreling inside the facility.
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra is grappling with a deficit of at least $750,000 in the last fiscal year after four years of balanced budgets.
The Maryland Transit Administration says it has begun recording conversations between bus drivers and passengers as a security measure that critics are calling a privacy invasion.
Organizers of a weeklong commemoration of the War of 1812 in Baltimore's harbor say it drew more than 1.5 million visitors and generated $166 million in economic impact.