Baltimore police have arrested two people wanted for questioning in the slayings of a woman and her son in Connecticut.
Police around the region are stepping up their presence outside movie theaters following a shooting at a Denver-area theater that left at least 12 people dead.
For as long as Ron Gardenhire has been around, and perhaps even longer, the Minnesota Twins have lived by a mantra of keeping starting pitchers to 100 pitches or so at a maximum.
Mark Reynolds' two-run single in the eighth inning backed a strong performance from Wei-Yin Chen and rallied the Baltimore Orioles to a 4-3 victory over the Minnesota Twins on Thursday.
Organizers of the Baltimore Grand Prix say they've landed several new sponsors ahead of the Labor Day weekend racing event.
Public works officials in Baltimore say replacement is set to begin on three 16-foot sections of 54- inch water main in the southwest part of the city.
Police in Baltimore County are investigating a body found in the woods in Dundalk.
Baltimore County police say an officer has been placed on administrative leave after fatally shooting a man who swung a sword at him as he served a warrant at the man's Reisterstown home.
A Georgia woman with no license to practice medicine has been sentenced for injecting customers' buttocks with commercial silicone in hotel rooms and using glue and cotton balls to prevent the substance from leaking out.
Baltimore's fire chief is getting a raise and a six-year contract extension.
A Baltimore firefighter and another man have been charged with running an online prostitution ring.
Prosecutors say four people charged in the videotaped beating of a Virginia man on St. Patrick's Day weekend in Baltimore have pleaded guilty in connection with the attack.
A vacant Baltimore row house where police say a 13-year-old girl was raped has undergone an extensive rehabilitation.
Federal, state and local officials will visit Baltimore's farmers' market to highlight the market using wireless technology to accept nutrition assistance through the Electronic Benefit Transfer system.
The NAACP is joining forces with clergy members to encourage pastors to talk about HIV/AIDS.
Wood smoke, sauteed onions and body odor could combine almost anywhere
The head of Maryland's Public Service Commission said Thursday that all of Maryland's major electrical utilities will have to file reports on how they managed power restoration in the aftermath of the strong storm that tore through Maryland late last week, knocking out power to more than 1 million Maryland customers.
The mid-Atlantic region is struggling to get back to normal after deadly, power-cutting storms and a mid-week holiday.
Education officials say 16 Baltimore County public schools are still without power.
Maryland State Police say two men tried to steal a highway light pole on Interstate 695.