Safety Violation: Officers Use Unloaded Service Weapons During Training Exercise Another dangerous incident involving Baltimore City Police training, just months after a recruit was shot in the face by a training officer in a horrible accident. Worker Killed In Md. Garage Collapse Identified Montgomery County police have released the name of a construction worker who was killed when a parking garage partially collapsed.
Inner Harbor’s Promenade May Soon Open Up To Bicyclists Perry Hall Man Dies In Motorcycle Crash Man Shoots Bouncer Outside Baltimore County Bar Some 700,000 Marylanders Will Be On The Move This Memorial Day Weekend Norovirus Sickens More Than 200 Students, Staff At Pot Spring Elementary Md. Man Charged In Hatchet Killing Is Son Of Bush White House Official 6th Md. Prison Guard Pleads Guilty In Assault
President Obama Spotlights Baltimore Grad At Morehouse Commencement A huge honor for a young man from Baltimore. Hard work and dedication pay off when he gets a surprise from President Obama. Md. Delegate Looks To Close Loophole In New Gun Legislation A Maryland delegate launches a campaign to close what he calls a loophole in Maryland gun laws.
Leopold Pays $75K Fine For Misconduct In Office Anne Arundel County Council Modifies Stormwater Fees Gov. O’Malley To Swear In New DNR Secretary Pro-Gun Control Ad Will Soon Air In Maryland Tax Breaks, Campaign Donations Linked In DC Mayor To Preside At Pride Festival Mass Wedding New Ad Campaign To Launch In Support Of Firearm Safety Act
Harford County Space Gives Entrepreneurs Tools They Need To Succeed Steve Jobs, Bill Gates and many others started their businesses in their basements or garages. Now Harford County is trying to lure such entrepreneurs into opening shop near Havre de Grace.
Md.’s Fourth Casino Hopes To Revive Lakeside Lodge Baltimore Resident Hiring Bill Gets Preliminary OK Florist Celebrates Life With Inventive Designs Maryland Casino Revenues $59M In April Professional Lacrosse Player From Md. Creates Spray To Kill Sports Gear Funk O’Malley Announces Maryland/Israel Advisory Board Celebrate The Vinyl Comeback On The 6th Annual Record Store Day
CBS Announces 2013-2014 Prime Time Schedule, Includes 8 New Series CBS introduced its 2013-2014 prime time schedule Wednesday, featuring eight new series. UniverSoul Circus Brings Hip Hop Under The Big Top Back To Baltimore It’s dazzling and high energy excitement and it’s back in Baltimore. It’s the always popular UniverSoul Circus.
Maryland Live! Casino Starts Work On Poker Room Md.’s Fourth Casino Hopes To Revive Lakeside Lodge ‘House Of Cards’ Holds Major Casting Call Gov. O’Malley Visits Set Of ‘House Of Cards’ To Tout Job Growth Ocean Downs To Stay Open 24 Hours This Summer MGM Resorts Pursuing Gambling License At National Harbor Baltimore’s Dirt Bike Culture Will Make The Big Screen At The Maryland Film Festival
Don’t Drink From That Garden Hose, Study Says Water tested from garden hoses contained three to nine times the safe levels of the toxic chemical BPA. Norovirus Sickens More Than 200 Students, Staff At Pot Spring Elementary We now know what caused more than 200 Baltimore County students to miss school last week.
Baltimore City Health Department Identify Children’s Jewelry With High Lead Levels Md. Officials: No Deficiencies In Abortion Death Tackling Concussions Head-On: Schools To Adopt New Regulations To Better Protect Student Athletes Over 200 Students & Teachers Get Sick At Balt. Co. School CDC: 3 Of 5 Pools Tested Positive For Fecal Contamination