The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is using a big gun to mark the 145th anniversary of the Natural Resources Police.
Prosecutors in Baltimore have not decided whether to retry a Mexican man for a fourth time on murder charges for the near-beheadings of three young relatives.
Staffers at Walter Reed have been parking in the parking garage for patients, and that's prompted changes.
Man guilty of conspiracy in deaths of 3 children; mistrial declared on murder count
FBI says woman's death aboard cruise ship is suspicious; autopsy being performed
The president of the Baltimore City Council is marking the arrival of the Jewish holiday Passover.
A Baltimore cookie with a history is having money troubles.
Baltimore man sentenced to nearly 20 years in murder-for-hire plot involving undercover agent
Md. Marine from military family among 7 killed in Nev. Explosion, mother says
Federal prosecutors say a hospice company in Arizona has agreed to pay $12 million to settle allegations that the company submitted Medicare claims for patients who did not have a terminal prognosis of six months or less.
Baltimore State's Attorney Gregg Bernstein says his office plans to retry Michael Johnson for the death of a North Carolina honor student who was missing for months before her body was found in a river.
Former Baltimore principal pleads guilty to stealing $10,000+ from high school activity fund
Baltimore County police captain charged with DUI after being stopped in Hampstead
Settlement in lawsuit against Baltimore by electrocuted girl's parents near
A homeschooled 12-year-old has won a Baltimore spelling bee and will go on to the Scripps National Spelling Bee.
Police: Argument leads to fatal stabbing of man at Baltimore homeless shelter
Baltimore police have activated their Watch Center for St. Patrick's Day weekend to manage incidents with state and city public safety officials.
Young elephant at Maryland Zoo in Baltimore fights to recover from deadly virus
Baltimore County police say a 77-year-old man was struck and killed by two vehicles that fled the scene in Edgemere.
Shoes, clothing, CDs among $1.5M in counterfeit goods seized at Maryland flea market raid
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