Baltimore Police Search For Suspect In Woman's MurderBaltimore City police are on the hunt for a killer.
Ravens Player Wants NFL To Allow Medical MarijuanaOne Ravens player is making headlines nationwide with a strong push to change the NFL's drug policy. Eugene Monroe is pleading his case for the use of medical marijuana. The star lineman believes it should be an alternative for players to treat injuries.
Record Number Of Marylanders Traveling This Holiday WeekendTraveling this Memorial Day weekend? You are not alone. A record number of Marylanders are expected to drive, fly and ride.
Rail Infrastructure Crumbling Throughout USThe nation's rail infrastructure is outdated and, in some places, literally falling apart.
Could Martin O'Malley Speak At DNC Convention This Summer?Could former governor and presidential candidate Martin O'Malley take the stage at the Democratic National Convention this summer? O'Malley's name comes up in continuing speculation about replacing the Democratic national party chair.
Memorial Day, Dulaney Valley Gardens Will Honor Those LostOut of the 16 million people who served in the military during World War II, less than 700,000 remain alive now. Each Memorial Day, Dulaney Valley Gardens honors the living and the dead.
Naval Academy Sees 166th Graduating ClassFrom jets to hats, Naval Academy tradition soared high in Annapolis.
250,000 Expected To Visit Ocean City Over Memorial DayA quarter of a million people are expected to visit Ocean City this Memorial Day weekend, kicking off the start of summer and the city's busiest season.
Baltimore Police Begin Distributing Body CamerasPolice body cameras have hit the streets in Baltimore City. The first wave of cameras have been given out to city officers and are now in operation.
Woman Dies After Being Shot Early Friday In BaltimoreA 41-year-old woman has died after being shot early Friday in the 2900 block of Rosalind Avenue.
Mega Pet Adoption Event Coming To Timonium FairgroundsBaltimore's first ever mega pet adoption event is happening Saturday in Timonium.
Baltimore Chefs Go Behind Bars To Help Hungry KidsOne in six Maryland children struggle with hunger. Now, some of the best chefs in Baltimore are stepping in to help.