Jordan Low, 19, recovering from smoke inhalation; Delta, American, United halt service to Tel Aviv after rocket attackJordan Low, 19, recovering from smoke inhalation; Delta, American, United halt service to Tel Aviv after rocket attack
The victim's son left her for hours inside a truck while inside Maryland Live, police saidA 98-year-old North Carolina woman was left alone inside a truck for nearly five hours while her son patronized Maryland Live casino in Hanover on Monday, Anne Arundel County Police said.
Standard & Poor's measure up from AA-minus to AAStandard & Poor's raised Baltimore's bond rating to AA, a move that reflects more confidence in the city's fiscal health and will lead to potentially millions of dollars in savings for the city's budget.
Stand the last of the original pit beef shops on U.S. 40's east sideFor a while, the stretch of U.S. 40 in eastern Baltimore and Baltimore County was known as "pit beef row," with Chaps, Big Al's and Big Fat Daddy's calling the strip home.
More refugees and displaced people than at any time since World War IIHumanity faces its biggest refugee crisis since World War II, and Rep.
Industry experts say the wealthy institution can take the financial hitThe $190 million settlement for former patients of Dr. Nikita Levy might be eye-popping, but it won't overwhelm the wealthy Johns Hopkins Health System.
After The walls of Ravens coach John Harbaugh's office are decorated by framed slogans he cites frequently in speeches to his team. His phone and computer contain dozens of other motivational quotes that he passed along to his players during their weeks apart this offseason.
Governor meets with faith leaders to seek resources to address immigrant crisisGov.
Defense attorney says shooting was a 'prank' gone wrongThe man who shot his friend of 15 years in the chest, missing the bullet-proof vest he was wearing and killing him, will be held without bail on charges of first degree murder, second degree murder and two gun charges.
Inner Harbor condominiums to begin light shows on holidays, special occasionsA condominium complex on the Inner Harbor is working to become an iconic part of the Baltimore skyline.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A U.S. federal judicial panel on Tuesday dealt a potentially devastating blow to President Barack Obama's healthcare law, throwing out a provision that provides millions of Americans with subsidies for private health insurance.
A train carrying the remains of many of the nearly 300 victims of the Malaysia Airlines plane downed over Ukraine arrived in Ukrainian government territory on Tuesday as a separatist leader handed over the plane's black boxes to Malaysian experts.
State and gun rights advocates will present their arguments before judgeGun rights advocates will battle the state in federal court Tuesday over a ban on assault rifles and large magazines Maryland put into place after the massacre at Sandy Hook elementary school, challenging parts of the strict gun control regime as unconstitutional.
Israel pounded targets across the Gaza Strip on Tuesday, saying no ceasefire was near as top U.S. and U.N.
Center fielder has three home runs, nine RBIs in four games since the All-Star breakIn the series opener against the Angels, Adam Jones hit a pair of two-run homers for his fifth career multihomer game.
Joseph Dale Harvey Jr. was fatally shot on the side of a highway in Millersville last summer because he picked the wrong man to feud with over a driving mistake, a prosecutor charged in court Monday.
Is 'beer summit' too grand a term?As one of the journalists who chronicled Martin O'Malley's enmity for "The Wire" and reported David Simon's threats to move production of the series out of Baltimore, it was with some interest that I read Simon's account of a beer the two recently shared on an Acela train to Baltimore.
I didn't expect it to be coach John Harbaugh who gave us something to chuckle at heading into training camp.
Howard executive says he wants to be "reasonable" with standards Howard County Executive Ken Ulman on Monday announced that he plans to loosen some of the restrictions in an executive order that banned sugary sodas and other high-calorie drinks at county-sponsored events.
Closures could cause 'food deserts' within city neighborhoodsBaltimore grocery store chain Stop Shop and Save is in the process of closing its last four locations, a store manager said Tuesday.
Hundreds more problem properties in Baltimore are finding new buyers as the city steps up the use of decades-old law designed to root out negligent owners.
President Obama’s health care law was dealt a severe blow Tuesday as a federal appeals court panel ruled that government subsidies should be cut off for the majority of low- and middle-income residents currently receiving help with their insurance premiums under the program.
More humid air, cloudy skies and highs in the mid-80s are forecast Tuesday.
Baltimore County police shot and killed a suspect in a residential community in White Marsh early Tuesday morning after a series of events that included a stolen car, a chase into the woods behind quiet cul de sacs, and a fight between an officer, a K9 and the suspect.
Baltimore's new curfew goes into effect next monthPercy Smith is against Baltimore's new curfew.
With July 31 nonwaiver trade deadline approaching, he gives his thoughts on potential dealsANAHEIM, Calif.
Jordan Low, 19, recovering from smoke inhalation in rocket attackA local high school graduate who joined the Israel Defense Forces last year has been wounded in Gaza, his father said Monday.
Just back from duty in Afghanistan, Joey Odoms wins audition Baltimore native Joey Odoms, who returned this summer from duty in Afghanistan as a member of the Maryland Army National Guard, will be the next Ravens national anthem singer.
Daughter's boyfriend pleaded guilty in FebruaryAn Ellicott City man is scheduled to be sentenced today for the murder of his girlfriend's father, well-known Howard County businessman Dennis Lane.