Ray Rice Thanks Ravens, Apologizes For Domestic Violence IncidentRay Rice issued a statement Friday morning thanking the city of Baltimore and the Ravens as well as apologizing for the domestic violence incident.
Family Of Firefighter Who Died During Routine Training Releases StatementThe family of Robert Fogle III -- the firefighter who suffered a fatal cardiac arrest last Friday during a training exercise at the Fire-Rescue Academy-- wants to share their appreciation for the support from the community.
Statement From Johns Hopkins University After Gang Rape AllegationsJohns Hopkins University released the following statement after allegations of gang rape at an off-campus fraternity.
Anne Arundel Co. Explains Decision To Open Schools On TimeOfficials with Anne Arundel County Public Schools are explaining the decision to open schools on time Friday, despite freezing rain in the forecast.
Town of South Bethany Releases Statement On Underage DrinkingIn light of an event that occurred this summer in our town - an event which has garnered a lot of recent media attention - the Town of South Bethany would like to remind all of our residents and visitors that the Town has procedures in place specifically dealing with June activities.
Md. Congressman Weighs In On Conflict In SyriaTalk of military action in Syria has sparked reaction from across the U.S. In Maryland, Congressman Dutch Ruppersberger weighs in.
Full Text Of Manning's StatementThis is Bradley Manning's full statement.
Statement From The University Of Maryland President Wallace LohThe University of Maryland President Wallace Loh released this statement.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake Issues Statement About Fatal FireMayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake issued a statement regarding the fatal fire in Northeast Baltimore.
Occupy Baltimore Works To Create Safe Space; Statement About Crime Reporting Causes ConcernOccupy Baltimore is trying to create a space that is safe for the free expression of ideas and physically safe for participants while balancing some members' unease with authorities. But a security statement from the group is sparking concern that it will discourage people from reporting crimes in the plaza they are occupying downtown.
Md. Teen's Statement Tossed In Toddler's ShootingA judge in Hagerstown says statements that a teenager made to police about the accidental shooting of his 2-year-old brother cannot be used as evidence against him.