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Hundreds of thousands of coronavirus tests that Gov. Larry Hogan bought from South Korea in April to much fanfare appear to be showing reliability problems, returning a spate of false positive results to nursing homes around the state.

In Maryland, there are several ways your ballot can get tossed without being tallied, and it isn’t just a freak occurrence. Nearly 35,000 ballots were not counted during the June primary.

Tiara Kianna Baker, 22, was accused of robberies in Baltimore County. Then while trying to initiate an arrest in Baltimore City, officers fired shots at her.

Najia Stallworth, who had taught in public schools and other institutions since 1996, said she was fired from John Carroll on Tuesday, but said the administration did not reference the viral photo as the reason for her termination.

The Restaurant Association of Maryland is sponsoring a statewide restaurant week in ordinarily busy September, with discounts and prix fixe menus.

Court documents obtained by The Baltimore Sun say that Dandre Woods-Bethel stepped out onto his front porch after telling his son and a woman to go into the basement of his home and shot Julie Rice and Michelle Green four houses away.

Dozens of grassroots organizations in Baltimore say Strong City’s accounting of their finances is hopelessly in disarray and upending their important community involving at-risk and mostly Black children.

September is when many apple orchards are ready to be harvested, so it’s time to pack a bushel and pull out your favorite pie recipes. We’ve rounded up some of the best apple orchards across the country that offer a variety of apple flavors and activities to do when you’re done in the orchard. To choose the top orchard in every state, we scoured online ratings. Note that not all apple varieties are available at the same time. Some might be ready in late August, while others won’t be ready until early October. Most orchards recommend calling ahead to check availability before visiting. Otherwise, some post updates on their websites and social media for you to check as well.

Only in 2020 could an Ohio State University student find out that since the start of the semester the class tips he’d been gleaning through a group messaging app were actually coming from nearly 800 miles away in Maryland.

Here’s how The Baltimore Sun sports staff views the outcome of Sunday’s game between the Ravens and Houston Texans at NRG Stadium.

A Baltimore businessman and CEO was sentenced Thursday to 18 months in federal prison for paying about $40,000 in cash bribes to disgraced state Del. Cheryl Glenn.

Sunday column: Testimony by a former deputy Baltimore police commissioner revealed familiar organizational problems in the BPD that allowed GTTF corruption to go on so long. They need to be fixed, but that might be the easy part of changing the culture in the department.

Prosecutors in Baltimore have brought charges against members of what they call a murderous drug gang.

The Orioles are getting a look at a group of pitchers who could help stabilize their rotation and provide the kind of foundation they’ll need to start competing at the highest level.

The Baltimore Museum of Art is preparing to reopen Sept. 16 with changes that ensure museum visitors and employees are safe from COVID-19.

Max Major, the mentalist and alumnus of South Carroll High School, made a deep run on “America’s Got Talent,” but fell just short of making the finals.

Maybe no quarterback in Lamar Jackson’s lineage embodied the heartbreak of a lost generation more than Eldridge Dickey.

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