Four Juveniles Charged In Playground FireFour juveniles under the age of 15 have been charged in connection to a playground fire in Aberdeen earlier this month.
Baltimore City Police Surveillance Plane Sparks Outrage
Md. Wrestling Gold Medalist Is Living Her DreamAt the just-completed Rio Olympics, Maryland athletes took home 18 gold medals. One of those belongs to Helen Maroulis.
Johns Hopkins Opens New 'Zika Center'As the threat of the Zika virus continues to grow, doctors in Baltimore are searching for ways to protect expectant moms and their babies.
Former Ravens Receiver Recovers After Historic Louisiana FloodFormer Ravens wide receiver, Michael Jackson describes the destruction and recovery happening in his home city of Tangipahoa, Louisiana.
Black Caucus Chair To Meet With Md. Gov. Larry Hogan On Medical MarijuanaGov. Hogan is scheduled to meet with the Black Caucus to discuss lack of black applicants chosen to grow and process medical marijuana.
National Park Service Creates 'Living Emblem' To Honor 100 Years of National ParksMore than 1,000 people using brown, green and white umbrellas have created a giant living version of the National Park Service emblem to celebrate the agency's 100th anniversary.
Baltimore County To Close 37 Schools Friday Due To New AC PolicyThirty-seven Baltimore County schools will be closed Friday due to the the county's new air conditioning policy.
Man Gets 70 Months For Looting, Arson And Assault During RiotsA man who admits to attacking a man and lighting his store on fire during the Baltimore riots has been sentenced to 70 months in prison.
BWI Set A New Record For Passengers In JuneBaltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport says a record number of passengers flew through the airport in June.
Salisbury Target Store Evacuated After Bomb ThreatA Target in Salisbury has been evacuated after police say a bomb threat was called into the store.
Baltimore Police Respond To Report Of Secret Aerial Surveillance ProgramSince January, the city of Baltimore has been under intermittent surveillance from the sky, and the public was never told.