• Colorado Rockies' Trevor Story singles in two runs during the third inning of a baseball game against the Baltimore Orioles, Tuesday, July 26, 2016, in Baltimore. (AP Photo/Nick Wass)

    Rockies rough up Tillman and beat Orioles 6-3

    BALTIMORE (AP) — Carlos Gonzalez and Trevor Story had two RBIs apiece in a four-run third inning, and the Colorado Rockies beat Chris Tillman and the Orioles 6-3 Tuesday night to end Baltimore’s five-game winning streak.

  • Cleveland Indians catcher Roberto Perez, left, talks with pitcher Cody Allen in the ninth inning of a baseball game against the Baltimore Orioles, Sunday, July 24, 2016 in Baltimore. (AP Photo/Gail Burton)

    Indians’ miscue helps Orioles complete sweep with 5-3 win

    BALTIMORE (AP) — There was something fundamentally wrong with the Cleveland Indians’ performance in a 5-3 loss to the Baltimore Orioles.

  • Orioles place RHP Jimenez on paternity list, recall Wilson

    BALTIMORE (AP) — The Baltimore Orioles have placed right-hander Ubaldo Jimenez on the paternity leave list and recalled righty Tyler Wilson from Triple-A Norfolk.

  • FILE- In this June 9, 2016 file photo, Arthur B. Johnson Jr., of Baltimore, demonstrates alone outside Baltimore's Courthouse East on the first day of the trial of Officer Caesar Goodson, one of six Baltimore city police officers charged in connection to the death of Freddie Gray, in Baltimore. More than a year after Freddie Gray's death, the same streets that exploded in fury and flame are calm. Despite back-to-back acquittals for officers charged in Gray's death, the physical protest movement that helped topple the careers of both the police commissioner and the mayor has dissipated, leaving activists exploring other avenues for change. (AP Photo/Steve Ruark, File)

    Weary of protest, Baltimore activists seek change elsewhere

    BALTIMORE (AP) — Under the beating summer sun, retired steelworker Arthur B. Johnson Jr. stood outside the Clarence Mitchell Courthouse in Baltimore, clutching the fraying wooden handle of a homemade sign.

  • In this June 14, 2015 file photo, Ebrima Jawara poses with his daughters Sarah, left, and Aminata, while holding a picture of his wife Fanta Darboe Jawara, who is being held in Gambia's notorious Mile 2 Central Prison, as they anxiously await her return to their Frederick, Md. home. Jawara says his wife, a naturalized U.S. citizen, has been wrongfully sentenced to three years imprisonment in Gambia following her arrest during an anti-government protest where her husband says she was a bystander during a visit to her homeland. (Bill Green/The Frederick News-Post via AP, File)

    US woman gets 3 years in Gambia; US officials ‘outraged’

    HAGERSTOWN, Md. (AP) — Four Maryland congressional members expressed outrage Thursday after a court in Gambia sentenced a state resident to three years in prison following her arrest there during an anti-government protest led by her prominent dissident uncle.

  • Maryland withdraws proposal to ban letters to inmates

    BALTIMORE (AP) — Maryland prison officials on Wednesday withdrew proposed regulations to impose the nation’s first total ban on letters to inmates at state facilities, except for official legal correspondence and postcards.

  • The Latest: ACLU: letter ban never should have been proposed

    BALTIMORE (AP) — The Latest on a state of Maryland proposal to impose the nation’s first total ban on letters sent to prisoners at state facilities (all times local):

  • Body of missing boater recovered in Potomac River

    ACCOKEEK, Md. (AP) — The body of a 31-year-old man who went missing after jumping into the Potomac River to retrieve a fishing rod has been recovered.