Baltimore schools' mission: Help students cope with trauma

BALTIMORE (AP) — Officials in Baltimore and other cities are creating unique learning spaces to help students traumatized by violence and poverty. Trauma-sensitive schools offer ment...

Experts warn of climate change's impact on Chesapeake Bay

CONOWINGO, Md. (AP) — When the Conowingo Dam opened to fanfare nearly a century ago, the massive wall of concrete and steel began its job of harnessing water power in northern Maryland. It also quietl...

Former Jamaican Prime Minister Edward Seaga dies at 89

Jamaica's prime minister has announced the death of Edward Seaga, a former Jamaican leader who shaped the island's post-independence politics and cultural life. Seaga was 89. Seaga w...

Maryland man pleads guilty in sprawling investment scam

BALTIMORE (AP) — A bogus investment scheme that entrapped hundreds of individuals and corporate investors and might involve as much as a half-billion dollars has unraveled in guilty pleas for wire fra...

Secluded Baltimore mayor resigns amid scandal

BALTIMORE (AP) — Baltimore's mayor resigned under pressure Thursday amid a flurry of investigations into whether she arranged bulk sales of her self-published children's books to disguise hundreds of ...

Baltimore mayor urged to resign after federal raids

BALTIMORE (AP) — Supporters of Baltimore's embattled mayor have grown largely quiet as a chorus of resignation calls has dramatically swelled following raids of her government offices, her two city ho...

'Healthy Holly', once lucrative, now bane of Baltimore mayor

BALTIMORE (AP) — "Healthy Holly" is a polite African American girl with devoted parents and a little brother. She loves exercise. She craves fresh fruit and vegetables. And she's now the bane of Balti...

Amid high expectations, new Baltimore police leader sworn in

BALTIMORE (AP) — Michael Harrison was sworn in Tuesday as Baltimore's new police commissioner, inheriting a dysfunctional force that's long been distrusted by many in this starkly divided city where m...

Police: School monitor shot while confronting armed intruder

BALTIMORE (AP) — A special education assistant at a Baltimore high school was wounded by gunfire Friday after confronting an armed intruder trying to enter the sprawling building. Officials sprang int...

Baltimore prosecutor files petition to erase pot convictions

BALTIMORE (AP) — Baltimore's top prosecutor has filed a rarely used legal petition intended to vacate 3,778 convictions for possession of marijuana, arguing an extraordinary legal strategy is necessar...

In Baltimore, public trust in police force hard to find

BALTIMORE (AP) — Public confidence in the Baltimore Police Department is hard to find these days. In the aftermath of a major corruption scandal that brought down a whole unit, a sta...

Maryland's top court to hear arguments in "Serial" case

BALTIMORE (AP) — Maryland's highest court is set to hear arguments in the high-profile case of a man whose murder conviction was chronicled in a hit podcast. The Maryland Court of Sp...

Man shouts 'Heil Hitler' at Baltimore theater, causing panic

BALTIMORE (AP) — A man laced the atmosphere of a Baltimore theater with menace when he began shouting "Heil Hitler! Heil Trump!" during intermission of a classic play set in a Jewish village in czaris...

FBI: Baltimore homicide rate topped US big cities in 2017

BALTIMORE (AP) — New crime statistics released by the FBI place Baltimore's homicide rate last year well above that of any other large American metropolis, making it an anomaly in the national crime l...

Archbishop: Maryland AG investigating records in abuse probe

BALTIMORE (AP) — Maryland's attorney general is delving into records of the Baltimore archdiocese as part of an investigation into child sex abuse, the latest U.S. state seeking confidential church fi...