| Mar 2, 2015
| 10:03 AM
The retirement of longtime Sen. Barbara Mikulski sets off a heated competition among politicians who may be vying for the Senate seat long held by the popular Democrat. While no one has officially announced a bid, the list of possible successors is long:...
| Feb 27, 2015
| 3:51 PM
Adrianne Woods strokes her son's forehead. The boy's long lashes drift closed, then flutter open as he shudders with a seizure.
"He's tired," Woods says of Xavier, who is almost 6 years old. "He's had a long day at school."
Nearby, Xavier's baby...
| Feb 26, 2015
| 11:21 AM
Date: Dec. 13
Her story: Amanda Lane, 30, grew up in Altavista, Va. She works as an administrative coordinator for patient access at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Her mother and stepfather, Judy and Mike Tolle, live in Crownsville. Her father, Fred Lane,...
| Feb 25, 2015
| 8:45 AM
City officials on Wednesday extended the contract of Veolia Transportation to operate the popular Charm City Circulator for 18 more months.
The $12.4 million deal keeps Veolia as the bus service's contractor until July 2016. The new deal includes a 1....
| Feb 20, 2015
| 3:29 PM
A free publication arrived this week to help people interested in Baltimore's African-American history understand their city and its neighborhoods. "A Lasting Legacy: Baltimore's African-American History Passport" is a handy resource.
These cold days...
| Feb 17, 2015
| 3:33 PM
A patient makes her way into a hospital emergency department looking feverish and says she feels sick.
Asked whether she has traveled overseas in the past few weeks, she says she went to a funeral in Sierra Leone, a country hard hit by the Ebola...
| Feb 16, 2015
| 3:46 PM
Baltimore police said Monday that they did not use any force when they detained an attempted murder suspect who died in their custody over the weekend.
The man died more than an hour after a Saturday foot chase, and police say all signs point to a pre-...
| Feb 9, 2015
| 5:18 PM
A group of Johns Hopkins Hospital nurses is taking part in a pilot project using smartphones to monitor chronic wounds, but how the technology develops as a business will hinge in part on activity in new office and laboratory space next door — the...
| Feb 13, 2015
| 8:45 AM
In the 1930s, outbreaks swept through every corner of Baltimore. Tens of thousands of children grew sick with fever and a tale-tell rash. Many recovered without incident, but hundreds were killed, and many more were permanently injured with brain damage...
| Feb 11, 2015
| 4:50 PM
Some of Baltimore's most prominent developers have teamed up to work on the long-sought transformation of land near the city's historic and distressed Old Town Mall.
Beatty Development Group and Henson Development Co. are two of four firms behind a...
| Feb 11, 2015
| 5:20 AM
Just because something has not happened before doesn't mean it can't happen in the future.
Barack Obama and Barry Goldwater proved that point, and Hillary Rodham Clinton could soon be added to the list. Could Ben Carson, as well?
There has been plenty...