Brandon Scott squeaked out a victory in Baltimore, making him the Democratic nominee for mayor and the city's presumed next leader.
Black and Latino residents make up more than 70 percent of households in the county's hardest-hit neighborhoods.
Authorities are asking anybody with information on the misconduct of former officer Martique Vanderpool to come forward.
Jennifer and Aida Cummings, the daughters of the late Rep. Elijah Cummings' have announced their support for Harry Spikes, their father's longtime staffer, to fill his seat.
Hundreds rallied in front of the Maryland State House on Wednesday in hopes of getting the governor to settle a 13-year-old lawsuit.
An argument at Popeyes turned deadly at an Oxon Hill, Maryland, branch when a 28-year-old man was stabbed and killed.
The Maryland State Highway Administration took down a total of four signs in April after complaints that the "Negro Mountain" signs were racially insensitive.
Mayor Tonga Turner insisted she wasn't resigning because of the racist bullying, with her spokesperson saying she wanted more time with family.
The officer could be heard on camera quipping, "If you have more people, ya’ll n----s been trying to do something...”
After serving 16 years as House speaker pro tem, Delegate Adrienne Jones is taking on a new position, and making history in the process.
Kevin Sneed was found not guilty on reduced charges of second-degree assault and disorderly conduct after being accused of trying to kill an officer.
2 Maryland Men Sentenced To Weekends In Jail After Spray-Painting Hateful Graffiti Across High School Campus
Taylor Curtiss and Matthew Lipp were sentenced to 16 weekends and eight weekends in jail respectively for their part in the hate crime vandalism at Glenelg High School.
Rashad James was detained by a Harford County Sheriff's deputy who questioned him about whether he was really a lawyer.
Marquita Melvin, president of the Reisterstown Mustangs, believes that her team was targeted because "our organization is predominantly black, from top to bottom."