Md. Football Player Paralyzed From Shooting Passes AwayA college football player from Maryland who was left paralyzed after being shot at a New Year's Eve party in Anne Arundel County has passed away.
Md. Schools On Edge In Wake Of Deadly Florida School ShootingStudents and parents across Maryland have dealt with an alarming number of school scares this month.
Daughter Of Legendary Jazz Musician Educating Baltimore Youth For More Than 50 YearsCamay Calloway Murphy is the daughter of legendary jazz musician Cab Calloway.
Gov. Hogan Gives Update On 2018 Legislative Session At The Halfway PointMaryland lawmakers are halfway through the 2018 legislative session, but they're still quite a bit of work left to be done.
Police: Suspect In Officer Killing Was Metro Mechanic With Open WarrantsThe man who shot and killed a Prince George's County Police officer was a Metro mechanic with three open warrants, investigators say.
Baltimore Nonprofit Therapy Dog Organization Needs More VolunteersNational Capital Therapy Dogs is a regional nonprofit that goes into hospitals and nursing homes to help comfort patients with dogs and their handlers.
Students Forced To Walk Miles To School Following Baltimore Subway ShutdownBaltimore is less than halfway through a full shutdown of the subway system, and students say it’s taking a serious toll on their education.
Natural Gas Restored To Laurel-Affected Homes Following 8-Day OutageBGE announced Thursday that natural gas has been restored to all the mains damaged by a water main break in Laurel last week.
2 Men Indicted On Sex Trafficking Of A Child ChargesTwo men have been indicted after police say they forced girls and women into prostitution.
Cinemark Theatres Bans Big BagsCinemark Theatres announced they will no longer be allowing big bags into the theatre starting Thursday.
Gov. Larry Hogan Officially Signs Papers For Re-ElectionMaryland Governor Larry Hogan and Lt. Governor Boyd Rutherford have officially filed for re-election.
Project JumpStart Saving Baltimore Lives By Teaching TradesOne man from West Baltimore says his pathway to becoming a carpenter saved his life.