One person is seriously injured and eight others have been taken to area hospitals with non-life threatening injuries following an eight-vehicle accident in Baltimore County.
Cal Ripken Jr. said Friday that his family and the police were still searching for answers about the kidnapping of his mother last week, a crime he called both bizarre and unsettling.
A 26-year-old man has been charged with first- degree murder in a triple shooting that left one man dead in north Baltimore last month.
Century-old baseball cards discovered in an Ohio attic sold big at an auction but they aren't going to make anyone super-rich. That's because the cards and the money are being evenly divided among 20 cousins.
Four recreation centers in west Baltimore are set to close this month as part of the city's long- planned overhaul of the facilities.
Aberdeen police have released video of a suspect in the July abduction of Vi Ripken, mother of Cal Ripken Jr.
Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport is now offering free wireless Internet service to all travelers.
The heart of the National Aquarium in Baltimore is getting a $12.5 million makeover as officials prepare to drain the 260,000-gallon centerpiece tank after Labor Day.
Brenda Wells, who won WTOP's Commute Idle contest for the worst commute in the D.C. area, found herself in the George C. Marshall Reception Room on the cloistered seventh floor of the State Department's main building Monday morning for a special recognition. The Diplomatic Security coordinator was joined by her parents and three young children, all residents of Sparrow's Point, Md.
Baltimore fire crews are on the scene of a ruptured natural gas line.
Johns Hopkins heart specialists will be at a track meet at Morgan State University this weekend to screen athletes and spectators for problems that can cause sudden death.
The fate of Baltimore may rest with immigrants like Alexandra Gonzalez.
Don't be alarmed if you see a bright green liquid flowing through the Inner Harbor and other waterways.
The estate of former Maryland governor, comptroller and Baltimore mayor William Donald Schaefer is leaving $1.4 million to a Baltimore neighborhood fund.
Federal transportation officials say Maryland is getting $40 million to replace an aging Baltimore bus depot.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Maryland says it wants police officers statewide to know citizens have the right to record their actions.
Police in Baltimore are investigating the decomposed body of a woman found in an apartment in the Charles Village neighborhood.
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.