New signs of hope in West Baltimore. CVS–the neighborhood anchor store that was looted and burned by vandals–announces it will rebuild.
While things have remained relatively peaceful during the days following Monday’s unrest, many of the fire investigations are still underway.
The fire at the ticket booth at Camden Yards Sunday night has been ruled arson.
Timothy Mark Fuller, the suspect in the Elkridge homicide and fire that left a woman dead, has been arrested in Florida.
Authorities say a Harford County man has been charged with setting his house on fire.
Authorities say that a man with a history of mental illness poured gasoline down the stairs of his mother’s home and waited before warning a family with a toddler living in the basement to get out.
Authorities say a volunteer firefighter from Cumberland has been charged with setting several fires in the city.
A school playground was set on fire. Meghan McCorkell reports on why two young children are accused of lighting the match.
A husband and wife have been charged in a fire at a Caroline County convenience store they owned.
Ocean City Police say a woman in a jail holding cell set fire to her panties and put them on a wall phone, causing the device to melt.
A Washington County judge has ordered a western Maryland woman committed to the state’s maximum-security psychiatric hospital after she set fire to her home the day she and her family were to be evicted in foreclosure proceedings.
A woman faces multiple charges after police say she made multiple attempts to burn down an East Baltimore corner store.