| Nov 25, 2014
| 6:42 PM
Hundreds of demonstrators turned out in Baltimore to voice frustration and solidarity with protesters in Ferguson, Mo., marching through downtown streets and shutting down the entrance to Interstate 83.
At Morgan State University, students blocked...
| Nov 17, 2014
| 5:00 PM
Baltimore police have cleared an officer who leaned out of his patrol car in a populated neighborhood and fired multiple shots at a steer that had been running amok after escaping a slaughterhouse.
The internal investigation into the June 13 shooting...
| Nov 12, 2014
| 5:09 AM
Indya Dodson is living a life far different from what she imagined.
Growing up, Dodson had designs to become an actress. But now the 18-year-old sophomore at Capitol Technology University in Laurel is studying software engineering and Web development....
| Nov 11, 2014
| 2:33 PM
Retired Baltimore Circuit Judge Edgar P. Silver, whose career spanned both the law and politics, died Tuesday at Sinai Hospital after a brief illness, family members said. He was 91.
"He was singularly the most extraordinary man I've ever met. He was...
| Nov 2, 2014
A constitutional challenge to the president's long-standing claim of exclusive power over foreign affairs comes before the Supreme Court this week wrapped in an 11-year-old dispute over a single word in the passport of an American boy born in Jerusalem....
| Nov 1, 2014
| 11:33 AM
Gary D. Schenker, an attorney who formerly worked in the Baltimore City state's attorney's office and for the past 11 years had been in the office of the Baltimore County Public Defender, died Oct. 15 at the University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical...
| Oct 31, 2014
| 11:23 AM
Robert Warren Mockard Sr., a retired president and owner of a local moving firm, died of lung cancer Monday at Stella Maris Hospice. The Sparks resident was 85.
Born in Parkville, he was the son of Ellsworth Elmer Mockard Jr. and Anna Hofmann Mockard....
| Oct 26, 2014
| 3:19 PM
It's difficult for longtime Baltimoreans to say when exactly the young college graduates started moving into the neighborhoods clustered around downtown. But at some point they were everywhere, some 25,000 of them, toasting at bars, forming kickball...
| Nov 8, 2014
When attorney Michelle Barnes was faced with empty nest syndrome, she opened a store.
Barnes, who heads the environmental crimes division in the Maryland Attorney General's office, travels the state on cases by day, but returns to Baltimore to run a...
| Oct 30, 2014
| 6:17 PM
Civil rights groups are asking Maryland's highest court to strike down a state law capping the amount of money plaintiffs can receive after successfully suing a local government, saying larger penalties are necessary to ensure justice in police...
| Oct 30, 2014
| 1:52 PM
You won't find what you expect at the third annual Charm City Fringe Fest, and that's the idea.
"It's up-and-coming underground theater. It's the new people that are breaking new territory and trying new things," says co-founder Zachary Michel. "You'...