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The 2019 shooting death of a construction worker in Rising Sun, a small town in Cecil County, has raised questions about a veteran police officer.

Anita Moore, a 55-year-old customer service representative, says she's grateful to her Northwest Baltimore neighbors who found her and dug her out from the smoking ruins of the deadly gas explosion that leveled three houses Monday.

Here are five stats that stand out and explain just how different things have been in some corners of the Orioles’ physically-distanced clubhouse in 2020.

Baltimore’s spending panel approved $1.1 million in police misconduct lawsuits, including the first two settlements related to the city’s corrupt Gun Trace Task Force.

Former Baltimore Police Sgt. Wayne Jenkins has asked a judge to release him just four years into his sentence, citing his efforts to save another inmate suffering a medical episode.

Maryland confirmed 541 new cases and seven new deaths from the coronavirus Wednesday, bringing the state to at least 97,384 infections and 3,474 victims of COVID-19.

When word got around that Tropical Storm Isaias was coming through the mid-Atlantic last week, many Ellicott City residents started what has become a regular process of preparation for possible flooding.

Stacker compiled a list of the most popular dog breeds of the 21st century, examining numbers from the American Kennel Club's most popular dog breeds from each year since 2000 and ranking them by their average, 20-year popularity.

Whether a gas explosion in Baltimore or a global pandemic, we live in a fraught time, with problems all around us, many of them exacerbated by neglect or political squabbling.

A Harford County Sheriff’s deputy and two EMS providers were sent to the hospital after experiencing headaches and burning eyes at the scene of an unattended death Tuesday night in Forest Hill.

Here are five questions for Maryland athletics after the Big Ten postponed its fall sports season.

Joseph Graham, a rising Morgan State University sophomore, had gone to a party with his friend Sunday evening and spent the night at the friend’s house, his uncle said.

A conservative legal group has sued a Maryland police department for copies of any body camera videos of a fatal shooting of Duncan Lemp, a man whose family says he was asleep in his bedroom when police opened fire.

Superintendent Karen Salmon’s salary rose to $275,000, according to public records obtained by The Baltimore Sun, a 17% increase.

Mike Preston: Ravens coach John Harbaugh is shrugging off all the preseason compliments.

Ellicott City native Taylor Fields reeled in and landed a 77-pound white marlin on Aug. 7, and with it secured the team aboard the "Drillin & Billin" boat a second-place finish and $1.76 million in prize money at the annual White Marlin Open in Ocean City.

The National Weather Service issued a flash flood watch beginning at noon on Wednesday and will be in effect until 11 p.m.


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