A man and a woman were injured in separate shootings on the west and northwest side of Baltimore overnight, amid a chaotic day and night of riots that prompted Gov. Larry Hogan to declare a state of emergency.
After almost two weeks of tension over the death of Freddie Gray, Baltimore descended into chaos Monday.
Television was filled with images of Baltimore burning Monday night. And those pictures that were seen nationally and globally have been seared into the minds of at least another full generation of viewers.
In a funeral service that was both personal and political, family, friends and strangers alike said farewell on Monday to Freddie Gray, the Baltimore man whose death from injuries sustained in police custody has sparked a national furor.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake announced a weeklong, citywide 10 p.m. curfew starting Tuesday night to quell riots and looting that broke out on Baltimore's west side Monday.
It started Monday morning with word on social media of a "purge" — a reference to a movie in which crime is made legal. It was to begin at 3 p.m. at Mondawmin Mall, then venture down Pennsylvania Avenue to the Inner Harbor.
A community center and apartments being built across the street from the Southern Baptist Church in East Baltimore were ablaze Monday night — a huge, raging fire visible from blocks away.
Many major employers, downtown attractions and restaurants closed early Monday afternoon in advance of what turned out to be violent rioting in parts of the city.
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Aberdeen police said a man was struck and killed by a CSX train Friday afternoon.
Two men use some of their retirement money to go into business with someone they thought was an auto dealer, but when the profits didn't arrive, they turned to the WBAL-TV 11 News I-Team.
A crash blocks a portion of northbound Interstate 95 in Harford County, according to the Maryland Transportation Authority.
An alcoholic man who died this month after falling and hitting his head inside the Aberdeen police station had been released from a hospital just hours earlier after suffering a seizure, and had been treated for a head injury that same week.
A woman has been convicted of fatally shooting her boyfriend in their Edgewood home.
Harford Community College simulated a mass casualty event that had nursing and paramedic students working together in a way they've never been able to do before.
A Maryland man arrested after scaling a White House fence last year has pleaded guilty in connection with the case.
A Maryland woman spreading the word about the importance of pet therapy was nationally recognized.
The Harford County Sheriff's Office is seeking the public's help in obtaining information regarding an armed robbery.
Authorities release surveillance photos of two people wanted in connection with thefts at an Aberdeen restaurant.
Aberdeen police said they captured a man who allegedly robbed a convenience store.
Firefighters battled a large brush fire Sunday in the 2700 block of Reckord Road, near Bel Air Road, under Baltimore Gas and Electric power lines.
Harford County sheriff's deputies are investigating a domestic-related shooting in Aberdeen.
Investigators determined that a double shooting in Aberdeen was a murder-suicide, police announced Friday.
Harford County Sheriff's Office deputies have charged a 17-year-old male after he robbed and assaulted a pizza delivery driver.