The head of Amtrak questioned whether an ongoing study of replacement options for the troubled, 140-year-old Baltimore & Potomac Tunnel under West Baltimore is a "waste of time," given what he sees as a national failure to commit adequate funding to major passenger rail projects.
The Maryland Judiciary has defended a District Court judge's decision in June to grant bail to a man who was accused of shooting a Baltimore police officer last weekend.
Police have arrested several teenagers after a fight broke out at Arundel High School.
Michael Phelps will avoid jail time on drunken driving charges after the Olympic great entered a guilty plea in Baltimore District Court on Friday morning and received a suspended one-year sentence.
The winter solstice arrives at 6:03 p.m., bringing the year’s shortest day – with about 9 hours, 24 minutes of daylight in Baltimore.
With air temperatures in the 40s and 10-15 mph winds, it is forecast to feel like the 30s throughout the day Friday.
Eight children have been killed and a woman injured, police said on Friday, during what several media outlets reported was a mass stabbing in Australia's tropical northern city of Cairns.
"Black Monday" is the day after the NFL regular season ends and when head coaches get fired.
"Team America: World Police" won't strike a blow for freedom of speech after all.
Towson University President Maravene Loeschke announced her resignation Thursday, saying her health left her unable to "give Towson the 100 percent of my attention that it deserves."
The developer of a Little Italy condominium project says he had nothing to do with a document the city calls "forged or altered" that resulted in $2.1 million in erroneous tax credits for the building.
A St. Michaels fisherman received probation Friday for helping illegally harvest tens of thousands of pounds of striped bass from the Chesapeake Bay, but must pay $40,000 in fines and restitution for what the sentencing judge called an "egregious" offense.
The state’s labor market brightened last month, with the addition of 3,800 jobs helping to drive the unemployment rate below the national average for the first time since this summer.
The women balance on ladders, stretching up to hang bright pinatas from the ceiling of the Creative Alliance in Highlandtown.
So, apparently, there might be more of “Stephen Colbert,” the fictional wing-nut talk show host portrayed so winningly by Stephen Colbert during nine-plus years of “The Colbert Report” on Comedy Central.
Baltimore County police are investigating a "suspicious incident" at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County that reportedly happened in August, but neither school nor law-enforcement officials revealed details of the matter.
The invitation was simple: Come for a Christmas party and be prepared to dance.
Michael Phelps is scheduled to face trial on drunken driving charges in a Baltimore courtroom Friday morning.
Annapolis has already reached a "tipping point" with more than 30 nuisance flooding events per year, and Baltimore is expected to surpass that total by 2020, according to a NOAA study published Thursday.
The Howard Hughes Corp., which is the principal land owner in downtown Columbia, has purchased six downtown office buildings from Mall in Columbia owner General Growth Properties.The Howard Hughes Corp., which is the principal land owner in downtown Columbia, has purchased six downtown office buildings from Mall in Columbia owner General Growth Properties.
The Orioles have hired Scott Coolbaugh to be their hitting coach, the team announced Friday night.
President Obama said on Friday that Sony Pictures Entertainment made a mistake in pulling the 'The Interview' from theaters, after the FBI announced that North Korea was responsible for the cyber attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment.
The Orioles made their Wesley Wright signing official Friday, inking the 29-year-old left-handed reliever to a one-year, $1.7 million deal.
A U.S. investigation into the hack of Sony's computer system has determined that North Korea was behind the operation with a possible Chinese link, a U.S.
Earlier today I wrote about my frustration and annoyance with the final episode of Sarah Koenig's hit "Serial." (Read that here.)
Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley has rarely exercised his power to grant clemency to convicted criminals over his two terms, even as many gubernatorial counterparts have been more lenient amid a changing attitude toward these acts of mercy.
Internet history on the phone of the man accused of killing Phylicia Barnes showed Web searches for forensic procedures and for books on high-profile killings such as the Casey Anthony and JonBenet Ramsey cases, a Baltimore police detective told jurors Thursday.
The Orioles' search for a new hitting coach appears to be coming to a close, but Orioles manager Buck Showalter is expected to talk to one more candidate before a decision is made.
Baltimore police broke up a drug crew responsible for at least one homicide and heroin sales of as much as $10,000 a day in West Baltimore, the mayor and police commissioner announced Thursday.
The first season of the Internet's most popular podcast, "Serial," concluded on Thursday with its 12th episode.