Maryland Officials Discuss Zika Virus PreventionWarmer weather means more mosquitoes and the potential spread of Zika. The CDC is now revealing just how difficult it is to get a handle on the virus as Maryland takes steps to prevent mosquito breeding grounds.
Several Students Injured In Baltimore School Bus CrashA school bus accident sent more than a dozen kids to the hospital after a car slammed into the side of it. It happened along Perring Parkway, leaving parts of the road closed during the busy rush hour.
University Of Md. Campus Police Accused Of RacismThere are accusations of racism at one of Maryland's premiere public universities after campus police used pepper spray to break up a graduation party.
Baltimore Police Investigate After 2 Fatally Killed At The AlamedaBaltimore police are investigating after two people were fatally shot in the 27-hundred block of the Alameda Thursday evening.
Ray Rice Discusses Life Lessons With Ravens RookiesRay Rice has returned to the Under Armour Performance Center, but this time it's not to play football.
Former Mayor Dixon Still Not Pleased With PrimaryThe state board may be satisfied but mayoral candidate Sheila Dixon is not.
Student Survives Shooting To Graduate With His ClassA Maryland high school student survived a gunshot wound to walk with his class at graduation this week.
New Garden At Camden Yards Will Attract Actual Oriole BirdsA new garden at Oriole Park at Camden Yards will attract actual oriole birds and other species.
Weis Markets To Buy Some Of The Mars SupermarketsThe fall of beloved supermarket giant Mars is benefiting another grocery chain in Baltimore County.
Report: Obamas Will Move To D.C. Mansion In JanuaryThe Obamas are planning to move to another very nice D.C. mansion when the President's term ends in January.
Family Seeks Volunteers To Help Build Memorial Park For Deceased Baby BoyRyan Szcybor was only on this Earth for 18 months but his memory will live on in the form of a park in Perry Hall.
Maryland Businesses Preparing For Boom Over Holiday WeekendBusinesses across Maryland are preparing for a boom in business, thanks to Memorial Day.