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Feds bring charges five years after fatal killing of woman, 7-year-old son; authorities allege drug robbery.

State health officials released more contact tracing data on Wednesday that shows where some COVID-19 patients might have been exposed to the infectious disease.

For the first time in nearly 15 years, Maryland’s General Assembly is issuing subpoenas, as lawmakers say they must have testimony from Gov. Larry Hogan’s former chief of staff about a six-figure payout he received from his prior job at a state agency.

Hours after a Kentucky grand jury brought no charges against Louisville police for the killing of Breonna Taylor and protesters took to the streets, authorities said an officer had been shot Wednesday night during the demonstrations.

The Restaurant Association of Maryland said Gov. Larry Hogan’s recent order to expand indoor dining capacity to 75% doesn’t do enough to help struggling restaurants unable to pack their dining rooms with more customers due to concurrent distancing regulations.

As the team once again practices in preparation for the season, now an abbreviated eight-game, conference-only schedule that begins Oct. 24 at Northwestern, there’s a greater sense of gratitude throughout the program.

Baltimore will use $6 million from its dedicated youth fund to assist families in affording groceries and other necessities as they continue to weather the coronavirus pandemic.

The average American would need over $1 million to retire in the United States at age 65. This figure has made retirement in the country unattainable for many, and as a result, retiring overseas has become an increasingly popular option. In this article, Stacker looks at what retirement is like for expats in 50 places around the world. Visit thestacker.com for similar lists and stories.

Bacteria levels in parts of the Inner Harbor worsened in 2019, but the city's Waterfront Partnership is setting its sights on a harbor swimming area as part of its "2030 Vision."

Republican Gov. Larry Hogan said it would be a mistake for the GOP-held U.S. Senate to confirm a Supreme Court nominee on a party-line vote ahead of November’s presidential election.

Maurice C. Jones, a CPA who was the founder of MCJ & Associates and a lifelong football fan, has died at 43.

While Denver is celebrating its first trip to the conference finals since 2009, the Baltimore area is well-represented in the front office, coaching staff and on the court.

After 10 years in the Power Plant in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, Dick’s Last Resort has joined the growing list of Baltimore-area restaurants to close due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The state Office of the State Fire Marshal bomb squad deals with many strange, dangerous objects in the regular course of a day, but finding a cannonball designed for naval warfare in Bel Air was a bit odd, even for their work.

With so much talent on the field and creativity on the sideline, two important questions could decide the game: do the Chiefs have a shotgun problem, and does Patrick Mahomes change the Ravens' blitz plans?

The Green Party in Baltimore is campaigning for Franca Muller Paz for City Council from Baltimore's 12th District. She's running against the first-term incumbent, Robert Stokes.

Gale Sayers, the dazzling Chicago Bears running back and kick returner whose injury-shortened career made him the youngest player ever inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, died after a years-long decline in health that included dementia. He was 77.

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