Martin O'Malley withdrew his name from the Maryland ballot on Friday, days after he ended his presidential campaign in Iowa. In some ways, it was lucky timing for the former two-term governor.
In terms of media, Baltimore's mayoral election went from boring to potentially one of the most fascinating local races in the country with the last-minute entry of civil rights activist DeRay Mckesson on Wednesday night.
Maryland's casinos reported another month of revenue gains in January, but the increases were slowed by the massive weekend snowstorm, according to figures released Friday by the Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Agency.Revenue from the five casinos totalled $88.3 million, a 4 percent increase...
Only 13 of the 74 players who got Super Bowl rings are still in organization
Prosecutors intend to appeal a recent court decision not to force Officer William G. Porter to testify in the trials of three other officers charged in the arrest and death of Freddie Gray, according to court documents.The state filed notice of its intention to appeal the decision in Baltimore...
Natalie Keepers told a judge that she was bullied — just like the 13-year-old girl she is accused of plotting to kill. And like seventh-grader Nicole Lovell, the 19-year-old Virginia Tech student had endured health challenges, though Keepers' were of the emotional variety: suicidal thoughts, cutting...
Fire officials say one person is dead and two others are seriously injured after a crane collapse in Lower Manhattan.The accident was reported around 8:25 a.m. Friday in the Tribeca neighborhood.
U.S. employers added 151,000 jobs in January, a sharp deceleration from recent months as companies shed education, transportation and temporary workers. The Labor Department said Friday that the jobs gains were still enough for the unemployment rate to fall to 4.9 percent from 5 percent, reaching...
The Maryland Senate today is expected to override Gov. Larry Hogan's veto of a bill that would give released felons the right to vote. The House of Delegates voted to overturn Hogan's veto last month.
Five of the leading Democrats vying to become Baltimore's next mayor shared their visions Thursday, including state Sen. Catherine E. Pugh's push to put ex-prisoners to work rebuilding the city and former Mayor Sheila Dixon's plan to use land trusts to spur investment in struggling neighborhoods.
Super Bowl 50: Broncos vs. Panthers, 6:30 p.m. (CBS) Jennifer Badie Sports Content Editor Panthers 27, Broncos 17: The Panthers are just the better overall team, and the Broncos defense won't have an answer for Cam Newton.
Gov. Larry Hogan will appear in New Hampshire Saturday with his favorite Republican presidential candidate, Chris Christie, as the days dwindle down before a primary that could decide whether the New Jersey governor stays in the race.
As director of the Pantone Color Institute, Leatrice Eiseman knows that color goes much deeper than what's on the surface. For a company that specializes in creating hues for various industries, deciding on its Color of the Year requires a deep dive.
The Maryland Senate postponed an expected vote Friday that would let released felons vote before they complete parole or probation. Senate leaders had planned Friday's vote after Sen. Craig Zucker, a Montgomery County Democrat, was sworn in Thursday.
As a hearing enters a third day for Adnan Syed, the convicted killer at the center of popular podcast "Serial," the focus of testimony has shifted away from an alibi witness toward cellphone tower data that defense attorneys contend was misleading.
On their first day back after a week off for snow days, the Fallston and Harford Tech indoor track teams were told at the last minute Monday that Harford County Public Schools would not allow them to travel to Baltimore that day for a regional meet and a chance to qualify for the state meet.
Baltimore County police have charged a second person in connection with the death of an 78-year-old Essex man in December. Lisa Annette Kuczinski, 50, of the 900 block of Woodlynn Road in Essex has been charged with first-degree murder of B.G.
Good news for some in the high-BMI crowd: A new study from UCLA finds that some 54 million Americans who are labeled as obese or overweight according to their body mass index are, when you take a closer look, actually healthy.
Thousands of rental homes in Baltimore are believed to contain dangerous lead paint, but the city has money to repair only 230 of them over the next three years, a top housing official testified Thursday.
Lutherville children’s clothing store Wee Chic Boutique will team up with Baltimore Child Abuse Center this month to host “Tweens and Technology,” a three-part speaker series at the shop, educating parents and “tweens,” or early-age teenagers, on ways to improve online safety.
Maryland Senate candidate Donna Edwards will report raising just over $600,000 but had less than $300,000 in the bank at the end of 2015, according to a campaign finance report filed recently with the Federal Election Commission.
State lawmakers are blasting Baltimore school leaders and demanding increased oversight following revelations that the district may have inflated student enrollment numbers. The district's budget is being reduced by $30 million next school year, in part because the student population dropped and...
Noela Rukundo sat in a car outside her home, watching as the last few mourners filed out. They were leaving a funeral — her funeral. Finally, she spotted the man she'd been waiting for.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, a Republican, announced Friday he would put $15 million behind a top priority of Democratic Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller. Hogan sent to the legislature a supplemental budget with money to help operate a planned, new regional hospital in Prince George's County....
Here's a quick take on who's up and who's down in politics this week: Ted Cruz: Up. Anytime the guy you just beat throws a hissy fit, claims cheating and demands a do-over, you know you're having a good week.
Newly acquired Orioles right-hander Odrisamer Despaigne was a week shy of his 12th birthday when the Orioles played an exhibition game against the Cuban National Team in Havana in 1999, marking the first time a major league club played a game on Cuban soil in four decades.
The Howard County Board of Education has voted to reappoint Renee Foose as superintendent of the county's schools amid ongoing criticism of her leadership from parents, educators and local elected officials.
A United Nations human rights panel has sided with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in his long-running battle with Swedish and British authorities, saying he should be freed immediately and compensated for the years he has lost.
The Orioles have avoided arbitration with Brian Matusz, signing the left-handed reliever to a $3.9 million contract for next season, according to industry sources.