Montgomery County police have released surveillance video of a man pushing and robbing an elderly woman at a Safeway store.
State health officials say the season's first pediatric flu-related death has been confirmed in Maryland.
From the tombstone of Edgar Allan Poe, one can reach the street by taking a narrow dirt path between two tall stone mausoleums and crouching for a few steps underneath a portion of Westminster Hall.
If the Baltimore Ravens need a field goal in the waning seconds of the AFC championship game, they'll call upon a rookie with little regard for history.
A man who set himself on fire and held onto his mother, causing her to suffer fatal burns, has been convicted of manslaughter.
Maryland has suspended plans to build a new jail in Baltimore for youths charged as adults.
The University of Maryland School of Medicine is laying the last beam at its new $200 million cancer treatment facility.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency says releases of toxic air pollutants were down in 2011 in the Mid-Atlantic.
Baltimore police say there have been 24 shootings in the city so far this year, double the number there had been this time in 2012.
The Maryland Zoo says a deaf female polar bear that arrived at the facility after being abandoned by a circus in Puerto Rico and became a visitor favorite has died.
A gym teacher and coach at a Jewish high school outside Baltimore has been charged with child abuse for allegedly having sex with a student over a 4-year period.
Baltimore County Police have arrested a former gym teacher they say engaged in sexual activity with a student.
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg is calling for federal gun control reforms.
The Everyman Theatre is opening in its new home in a long-abandoned historic theater on Baltimore's west side with a week of festivities.
One month removed from a horrific shooting at an elementary school, gun policy experts meet this week to discuss ways to curb violence and effect change at the federal level.
Police in Baltimore have a person in custody after a standoff at a senior complex during which the suspect confronted them with a makeshift blowtorch.
Two Baltimore women have been indicted on charges of fraudulently obtaining Social Security benefits using information they obtained by telling victims they had won a lottery in Jamaica.
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and Denver Mayor Michael Hancock have bet local cuisine on the playoff game between the Ravens and Broncos.
Baltimore County police have arrested two men in the September 2009 stabbing death of a man inside his Randallstown home.
Hundreds of members of Alpha Kappa Alpha, a historically African-American college sorority, are celebrating the group's 105th anniversary in Baltimore this weekend.