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A Baltimore Sun analysis of the city’s 311 data shows a stark disparity in how quickly public works crews resolve complaints about dirty alleys, based on where the people who call with complaints live.

An assistant attorney general won a settlement after claiming Marilyn J. Mosby — who she had previously accused of perjury — threw a “tantrum" to get her fired.

Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson has a banged up quad, but was on the practice field for limited activities the past two days. Should the Ravens try to take advantage of a soft opponent to give him a couple weeks rest?

Mild and rainy conditions Tuesday gave way to snow and cold by early Wednesday morning as a front moves through the Baltimore region. One to two inches of snowfall are possible along the Interstate 95 corridor.

University of Baltimore law professor F. Michael Higginbotham says he will lend $500,000 to his campaign in the race to succeed the late U.S. Rep. Elijah Cummings.

Only 10 days until Christmas means there's time to shop, but the window of opportunity is coming to a close. If there are people you still need to get a gift for or if you're realizing you left someone off your list, there's no need to venture out in holiday traffic to find them the perfect present. There are still discounts available on products that will arrive...

A year ago at the winter meetings, Brandon Hyde's hiring created a unique problem for the Orioles: it wasn't completed. Here's what happened on an incredibly awkward day.

Edward St. John, the founder and chairman of St. John Properties, wanted to celebrate the company’s recent accomplishment: developing 20 million square feet of office, retail, warehouse and other spaces across eight states.

Doomed by a season-high 20 turnovers in Tuesday night's loss, Maryland fell one victory shy of tying the school record for most wins to open a season.

As the San Francisco Giants showed Tuesday, a team doesn’t have to completely forsake its major league roster to build toward a player-development minded future.

The BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport Rail Station reopened Tuesday following a $4.7 million, 14-month renovation, state officials announced.

Before Baltimore earned its reputation as a heroin capital, before its drug corners appeared on “The Wire,” before the body count pushed past 2,200 over a decade — before it all came Maurice “Peanut” King.

Back in 2014, when my boys were 4 and my baby girl 2, my parents came to our house for breakfast. After stuffing ourselves with pancakes and cinnamon apples, we sat around the table discussing spanking versus not spanking.

Conspiracy theories abound, and truth takes a beating in the age of social media and the Trump presidency.

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