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When Maryland’s health department told nursing homes in late July that the state would stop paying to test their staff members for COVID-19, the facilities were told they’d have to come up with their own testing plans by Aug. 14.

An attorney for the Baltimore Police union is pushing back at calls to change a state statute that provides officers with legal protections, saying department leaders — not the Law Enforcement Officers’ Bill of Rights — bears blame for dysfunction in the BPD.

Storms are moving slowly through Central Maryland, bringing heavy rains and the possibility of dangerous flash floods Wednesday evening.

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.

Because of the coronavirus pandemic, you may not be able to make it to a stadium or major sporting event this year. While rules vary across states, cities and sports, you don't have to let the pandemic stop you from enjoying delicious stadium food. If you’re cheering on your favorite team from the couch at home, recreate the stadium experience with these recipes straight from concession stands at popular venues around the country.

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden and his newly chosen running mate Kamala Harris campaigned together for the first time Wednesday.

The Chestertown city council has voted to approve a proposal to paint "Black Lives Matter" murals on two streets, ending weeks of "contentious" debate in the historic town on Maryland's Eastern Shore.

A 16-year-old charged with assault after a Mount Airy man died as a result of an incident at the Great Frederick Fair was sentenced to probation and anger management in court Wednesday.

Lauretta Dorsey Young, who taught for decades at the Baltimore School for the Arts and earlier performed with leading opera companies, died of complications from Parkinson’s disease and dementia Aug. 5 at Stella Maris Hospice. The former Hamilton resident was 77.

The New York Islanders overcame a two-goal deficit to beat the Washington Capitals, 4-2, on Wednesday in a hard-hitting opener to the first-round playoff series.

Alex Sandusky, who played 13 seasons for the Baltimore Colts and was starting right guard for the 1958 and 1959 NFL championship teams, has died at age 87.

Early voting in Maryland will begin Oct. 26 and continue until Election Day.

Biden's pick of Kamala Harris as his running mate gives the Democrats the best chance at a sweeping victory this fall.

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.

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