A South River High School senior who was expelled for having a shotgun in his car on school property described the matter Thursday as serious but small and asked to be allowed to return to class.
Opponents predicted possible voter fraudThe future of a system that would let voters download absentee ballots before mailing them in was cast into doubt Thursday when the State Board of Elections refused to move forward with part of the plan amid fears it would open the door to widespread fraud.
A judge with the Maryland Public Service Commission on Thursday proposed a ruling that would categorize Uber as "common carrier" taxi service, and subject it to the same regulations as other taxi companies.
The three Democratic candidates for governor will meet in a televised debate May 7, the NBC station in Washington announced Thursday.
Medical doctor became city delegate; as secretary of natural resources, he banned fishing for rockfishDr. Torrey C. Brown, the former secretary of Maryland's Department of Natural Resources who banned fishing for rockfish, died of heart disease Sunday at Anne Arundel Medical Center.
Deconstruction pilot starts as part of Vacants to ValueFor years, Baltimore has fought blight with excavators, clawing down abandoned and decrepit buildings. This month, it started to attack its vacant home problem by hand, signing off on a plan to take apart a selection of houses brick by brick.
Production company's posturing, delays raise questions about NetflixIf there is one message that came through this week in Netflix executive Ted Sarados telling Wall Street analysts that the problems between “House of Cards” and Maryland are “over-comeable,” it is that enough’s enough.
Lawsuit says Community College of Baltimore County official told him to leave beliefs out of interviewA prospective student at the Community College of Baltimore County sued school officials in federal court this week, contending that he was denied admission to an academic program based on an expression of his religious beliefs.
A man arrived at a city hospital with a gunshot wound to his leg Wednesday night, Baltimore police said.
1969 death of Esther Lebowitz, conviction of Wayne Stephen Young galvanized Northwest BaltimoreA city judge declined Thursday to order a new trial for the man found guilty of killing an 11-year-old girl in Northwest Baltimore more than four decades ago, a victory for prosecutors who sought to prevent the release of another high-profile perpetrator under a court ruling that has freed dozens of convicted murderers.
Manny Machado will begin his minor league rehab assignment Friday at High-A Frederick, and the Orioles are looking at a possible return for the third baseman when the club opens a three-game series in Minnesota next weekend.
Michael Phelps did not forget how to win races in his 20 months away from competitive swimming.
Ravens travel to New Orleans, Indianapolis, two teams Pittsburgh hostsThe Ravens' 8-8 record last year, and the third-place schedule that comes with it for the 2014 season, could have been an advantage over division rivals Pittsburgh and Cincinnati.
TORONTO – Chris Tillman certainly didn’t have his best outing in the Orioles’ 10-8 win over the Toronto Blue Jays on Wednesday night, but his ability to make adjustments and stay in the game following a nightmare six-run second inning undoubtedly gave the club a chance.
Two houses in the 2700 block of N. Calvert Street were damaged in a fire that began around 3:40 a.m.
Two women were injured in a two-story duplex fire in Hampden Wednesday night, the Baltimore Fire Department said.
Kevin Clash, who resigned as Elmo's voice amid scandal, is from DundalkThe U.S.
Two Democrats spar over health care, veterans and BRAC in contentious race for governorGansler charged that Brown "did absolutely nothing" during his tenure as lieutenant governor and failed at the two main tasks he was given.
18-time gold medalist to swim 100-meter butterfly in Mesa Grand Prix on ThursdayMichael Phelps couldn't say it enough times, even joking that he would bore questioners with his repetitive explanation for returning to competitive swimming.
Mourners remember Edmondson-Westside High School seniorA young girl approached the casket of Michael Mayfield on Thursday and began to scream.
A Baltimore police officer has been injured in an East Baltimore crash, the department said Thursday morning.
Each week of the 2014 baseball season, Sun columnist Peter Schmuck gives his take on four subjects involving the Orioles before clearing the bases with a final thought.
With ospreys busily building yet another nest in front of a traffic camera Thursday morning at the Bay Bridge, the Maryland Transportation Authority planned to counter by moving the birds' home to a platform to be built nearby.
Sunshine and highs in the mid-60s are forecast Thursday, with breezy and dry conditions.
Remark about Brown was offensive, but of what political consequence?Now that veterans groups have condemned Doug Gansler for disparaging Lt. Gov.
Nelson Cruz hits solo home run, grand slam as club rallies from five-run deficitTORONTO – Balls can fly when the roof of the Rogers Centre is closed, so the Orioles still had plenty of time despite falling behind by five runs in the second inning Wednesday against the Toronto Blue Jays.
Three teenagers have been killed in the past 10 days in the cityFrom Cherry Hill to a West Side high school a few miles away, scores of families and friends turned out Wednesday night to mourn teenagers killed in recent days, and to decry persistent violence in the city.
Third annual Charm City Burger Wars will take place at Mother's Federal Hill Grille.