• NFL Jan 13

    Man Collapses, Dies During Ravens Playoff Game

    A man collapsed and died Saturday night at M&T Bank Stadium during a playoff game for the Baltimore Ravens.

  • Baltimore Dec 26, 2019

    Baltimore Nears Record Homicide Rate, Sees Nonstop Violence

    Baltimore could wrap up 2019 with its highest ever per-capita homicide rate. Killings of adults and minors for drugs, retribution, money or no clear reason have plagued the city throughout the year. City officials have been unable to stop the violence as residents have grown increasingly impatient. Police recorded 338 homicides as of Tuesday. With just over 600,000 residents, Baltimore…

  • Baltimore Dec 4, 2019

    25 Jail Officers Indicted, Accused of Using Excessive Force

    More than two dozen correctional officers in Baltimore were charged Tuesday with using excessive force on prisoners at state-operated jails in a city plagued by decades of institutional corruption, inside and outside jailhouse walls. The 25 indicted officers are accused of assaulting and threatening detainees at correctional facilities, tampering with evidence and falsifying documents, said Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn…

  • Nov 29, 2019

    Dead Fetus Found in Bathroom of Upper Marlboro Restaurant

    Police in Prince George’s County, Maryland, are investigating after a dead fetus was found in the women’s bathroom of a restaurant.

  • Nov 27, 2019

    What Should the Patriots Be Thankful For? The AFC East

    Searching for something to be thankful for this holiday season? Look no further than the fact that the Patriots call the AFC East home. Since 2001, New England is 90-24 against the Bills, Dolphins, Jets and (for two games prior to realignment), Colts. That’s a .789 winning percentage.

  • Nov 26, 2019

    Melania Trump Booed at ‘Be Best’ Event in Baltimore

    First lady Melania Trump was greeted with a loud chorus of boos Tuesday while giving a speech to a crowd of young students in Baltimore as part of her “Be Best” campaign, NBC News reported. Trump spoke for about five minutes before hundreds of middle and high school children at the UMBC Event Center in Baltimore and warned them about...

  • Nov 26, 2019

    3 Maryland Men Exonerated After 36 Years in Prison

    Three men incarcerated for 36 years in Maryland were exonerated Monday in the slaying of a Baltimore teenager after a review of their case. Alfred Chestnut, Ransom Watkins and Andrew Stewart were released from custody hours after a judge cleared their convictions and prosecutors dropped the charges. They were teenagers when they were sentenced to life in prison in 1984....

  • Nov 25, 2019

    Maryland Widow Suing State for Mix-Up Over Husband’s Remains

    A widow is suing Maryland state officials after receiving the wrong remains for her husband who had donated his body to science.

  • Nov 25, 2019

    Supreme Court Rejects Call for New Trial in ‘Serial’ Podcast Case

    The Supreme Court on Monday rejected a Maryland man’s bid for a new trial based on information uncovered by the hit podcast “Serial.”

  • Nov 24, 2019

    Patriots Set to Host Cowboys

    With a victory, New England would extend its streak to 17 consecutive seasons with at least 10 wins, which would be an NFL record.

  • Nov 24, 2019

    NFL’s Top Offense, Defense Clash as Patriots Host Cowboys

    Since he entered the league in 2000 Tom Brady has taken out his childhood frustrations on them every chance he’s gotten, beating the Cowboys in each of his four meetings against them as the Patriots’ starting quarterback. Dallas is hoping the team it’s bringing to New England on Sunday can change some of that recent history. Thanks largely to the...

  • Nov 23, 2019

    After Chills and Fever, Ginsburg Released From Hospital

    The Supreme Court says Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has been released from a Baltimore hospital where she had been treated for a possible infection. The 86-year-old Ginsburg has returned to her home in Washington, D.C., and is “doing well,” court spokeswoman Kathy Arberg said Sunday. Ginsburg spent two nights at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. She was taken there Friday...

  • Nov 21, 2019

    Antonio Brown and Gronk, the Patriots’ Pipe Dream

    Imagine if Antonio Brown’s public apology to Patriots owner Robert Kraft via Instagram on Tuesday became the catalyst for the mercurial wide receiver’s return to Foxboro, less than three months after he was granted his unceremonious release?

  • Nov 20, 2019

    Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh Faces Wire Fraud, Tax Charges

    Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh has been indicted in connection with a scandal over sales of her self-published children’s books, federal law enforcement officials announced Wednesday.

  • Nov 17, 2019

    Super Bowl Rematch Makes Patriots’ Brady Look at Past and Future

    When the Patriots take to the turf on Sunday at Lincoln Financial Field, it’ll be a rematch of the last two Super Bowl winners. New England captured Super Bowl LIII in February, while the Philadelphia Eagles, of course, bested the Patriots in Super Bowl LII following the 2017 season. Tom Brady, who threw for a Super Bowl-record 505 yards in...

  • Nov 17, 2019

    Pats’ N’Keal Harry Waiting for Opportunity to Contribute

    N’Keal Harry has not had the sort of debut season that might be expected from a first-round NFL draft choice. The wide receiver from Arizona State, picked 32nd overall by the New England Patriots in the draft, was placed on injured reserve after the final cuts because of a lower-leg injury, was activated on Nov. 2, and has been biding...

  • Nov 17, 2019

    A Bank Customer Made a Large Withdrawal, Then a Teller Went to Their Home to Rob Them

    A Maryland bank customer made a large withdrawal. Then a teller from their bank came to their home and forced his way inside in an attempted robbery, police said. Nathan Michael Newell, 19, of Bel Air, about 27 miles northeast of Baltimore, was arrested at his job on Wednesday and faces charges of home invasion, robbery, burglary and assault, NBC...

  • Nov 15, 2019

    After Cruising, Patriots Under Pressure in Second Half of Season

    The unofficial first half of the season ended on a sour note, a 37-20 loss to the Ravens. Still, New England is 8-1, firmly in control of the division and in good shape to finish atop the conference.

  • Nov 11, 2019

    Former Fort Worth Police Chief Says He Was Fired for Investigating City Hall Corruption

    Former Fort Worth Police Chief Joel Fitzgerald said Sunday he’s a whistleblower who was fired within hours of meeting with the FBI about city hall corruption.

  • Nov 9, 2019

    Plenty of Reasons for Optimism As Patriots Sit Idle on Bye Week

    The pipedream of reaching the final frontier is dead. Following last weekend’s loss in Baltimore to the Ravens, the Patriots won’t be going 19-0, checking off the final box of the Tom Brady-Bill Belichick era in the process. Not all is lost, of course. At 8-1, New England still has a 1 ½ game lead over Baltimore for the No....

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