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Taulia Tagovailoa and Jake Funk lead the way as Maryland upends heavily favored Minnesota, 45-44, in home opener.
Friday is the third day this week that new cases have topped 800, something that — before this week — hadn’t happened in October.
Potential bidders are lining up in the belief that the Baltimore Orioles could be placed on the market for the first time in a generation, according to multiple sources.
Baltimore is closing several streets to vehicle traffic, in particular in Fells Point and Federal Hill, the police department has hundreds of extra officers at the ready and some establishments plan to close early.
The Ravens on Friday released a list of gameday protocols for the approximately 4,000 fans attending Sunday’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers at M&T Bank Stadium.
Circuit Judge Angela M. Evans ruled that more harm would be done to the public at large than to the two men who sued if they were allowed to vote without covering their faces during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Queen Anne's County board of education has appointed an acting schools superintendent, answering some questions, for now, about who is running the Eastern Shore school district.
Many of us have a certain image in our heads when we think about chili. You might be picturing beans, ground beef, tomatoes, cheese and sour cream. But depending on what region of the country you are in, chili will look and taste different. However, there is one thing chili will always be no matter where you go — a warm and hearty dish for you and your family to enjoy during a cool fall or winter night. Here are some of the best chili recipes you can make at home.
The Pikesville man charged with arson for setting a fire that destroyed Jilly’s Bar & Grill has been denied bail pending a mental competency evaluation, a U.S. District Court judge ordered Friday afternoon.
The family of a former Concordia Preparatory School student has filed a federal lawsuit alleging the private Towson school ignored reports that she was repeatedly sexually harassed and assaulted on campus.
Baltimore County school officials released a plan to bring students back to the classroom during the coronavirus pandemic.
Early voting is well underway in Maryland. Here's what we've learned so far.
The Baltimore Aerial Investigative Research (AIR) program ends on Oct. 31, according to police.
A midshipman’s status at the Naval Academy is currently in limbo following a hearing on his lawsuit against the Naval Academy superintendent and Navy secretary.
In Maryland, people convicted of felonies cannot vote while serving their sentence in prison — but they can if they are locked up awaiting trial or serving time for a misdemeanor.
A Glen Burnie man pleaded guilty to a host of crimes Friday as part of an apparent agreement with prosecutors that won’t be concrete until he testifies at a murder trial.
When boxer Gervonta Davis headlines a Showtime pay-per-view card against Leo Santa Cruz on Saturday night in San Antonio, he'll reach a goal he set as an anonymous teenager trying to fight his way out of West Baltimore.
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