Father: TV crash suspect prone to outbursts
Baltimore County police are charging a man who they say slammed a stolen landscaping truck into a Baltimore-area television station with second-degree attempted murder.
Man who crashed truck into WMAR-TV station arrested
A truck driven by a man claiming to be God rammed a Baltimore-area television station Tuesday, leaving a gaping hole in the front of the building as officers searched for the driver, who they said may be armed, according to police and witness accounts.
Dean of State House reporters awarded Annapolis honor
If you order a lox, eggs and onion platter at iconic Annapolis restaurant Chick & Ruth's Delly, you'll be ordering a "Lou Davis."
Hinds appointed executive VP of institutional advancement by Maryland Zoo
Nancy Hinds has been appointed executive vice president of institutional advancement at the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore. She will oversee development and fundraising, individual and corporate membership, special events, facility requests, group sales, and marketing and public relations; Hinds also will assist with government affairs. Hinds had been vice president of public affairs for Visit Baltimo[...]
Ehrlich, O’Malley debate the debates
The question of when, where and how the former guv and current guv will meet before Election Day took center stage and temporarily, but not totally, took over the governor’s race on Thursday. Former Gov. Bob Ehrlich wants five debates with current Gov. Martin O’Malley, Ehrlich’s campaign announced Thursday morning. “We look forward to a […]