Baltimore City looks to launch a new car-sharing program
Baltimore parking officials expect to launch a new car-sharing program in the coming months that will allow drivers to take one-way trips and drop the vehicles off at any metered spots or public parking spaces in the city.
The program — modeled after those in Denver and the District of Columbia...
FBI to start tracking animal cruelty in 2016
The FBI will begin tracking cases of animal cruelty nationally in 2016, a move advocates hope will bring more attention to the crime among law enforcement agencies and underscore the link between animal abuse and other violent crimes.
Until now, animal-related crimes have been reported into a catch-all...
For restaurants, Thanksgiving has grown to one of the busiest days of the year
For James Hammond, a 32-year-old third-year law student at the University of Baltimore, eating a restaurant meal on Thanksgiving with fellow law students started for practical reasons but has become a new tradition.
With fall semester finals immediately after Thanksgiving, few students have the...
Ben Carson, Hillary Clinton lead '16 presidential field in Md.
Though support for Dr. Ben Carson has slipped across the country, the retired Johns Hopkins neurosurgeon maintains a narrow lead for the Republican nomination in Maryland, a new poll for The Baltimore Sun and the University of Baltimore has found.
In the state where he lived and built an international...
Motorcyclist killed in crash on I-695
A motorcyclist was killed in a crash Thursday on Interstate 695 in Nottingham, Maryland State Police said.
The crash happened at about 1 p.m. on the inner loop near Belair Road. Police said the motorcyclist was speeding and passing other vehicles when he struck a Nissan and was ejected.