Ravens Cut Trent Richardson, Sign WR Chuck JacobsTrent Richardson had his eyes on Hall of Fame one day and tried to make a solid comeback in the 2016 season, but his NFL career has been riddled with injuries and he just didn't make the cut.
Md. Governor-Elect Larry Hogan To Announce Tax CutKeeping a little more for yourself. Maryland Governor-elect Larry Hogan says he'll announce a tax cut.
Ravens Make Four Roster Moves TE Phillip Supernaw & CB Chykie Brown were released
Officer Who Slit Dog's Throat Asks Killing Charges To Be Reconsidered Attorneys for a Baltimore police officer accused of slitting a dog's throat after it bit a pregnant woman have asked prosecutors to reconsider pursuing the case.
Baltimore Officer Accused Of Slitting Dog's Throat Wants Charges DroppedAttorneys for a Baltimore police officer accused of cutting a dog's throat are asking a judge to dismiss the animal cruelty charge against him.
Ravens Fans React To Ray Rice's Video And TerminationRavens fans had strong opinions once the news of the decision to cut Ray Rice came down from the Ravens on Monday.
2 Juveniles Arrested After Teen Was Cut With A Belt In BaltimorePolice in Baltimore say two juveniles have been arrested after a 17-year-old was cut on the face.
Man Charged With Cutting Girlfriend In The NeckThe St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office says a man has been charged with attempted murder after his girlfriend was found with a severe cut on her neck.
Report Suggests Closing 3 Garrett County SchoolsA consultant is suggesting that three elementary schools in Garrett County be closed to cut costs.
Smithsonian Faces $65M Cut In Congress' BudgetThe Smithsonian Institution is facing a $65 million budget cut this year under automatic funding reductions approved by Congress, and officials say that could lead to furloughs or museum closings if the cuts persist for the year ahead.
Man Charged With Attempted Murder After Swinging Cooking Knife In Fight Over Food A fight between two employees at a steakhouse in Anne Arundel County left one injured and the other behind bars.
Hospital Association Asks For Protection From CutThe Maryland Hospital Association is urging a state commission to spare hospitals from a two percent Medicare cut that is part of federal budget reductions.