Hogan Encourages Residents To Participate In ‘Walk Maryland Day’Governor Hogan has encouraged Marylanders of all ages to take to the streets, trails and parks throughout the day on Wednesday, October 7, in honor of “Walk Day Maryland.”
5, Including Teenager, Shot In BaltimorePolice are searching for information about a lone gunman who they say shot five people in broad daylight. The violence follows another multiple shooting days earlier.
Baltimore Co. School District To Be Fully Air Conditioned By 2021More than 50 schools in Baltimore County are still without air conditioning. County leaders are pushing for a new plan to install AC in every school---but the state doesn't seem impressed.
Baltimore County Teen Found UnharmedJohn Henry Borgyan was located unharmed by police and returned home.
Johns Hopkins University Hopes To Provide More Business To CityJohns Hopkins University and Health System is stepping up its role in the economic health of the city. JHU is committing to give more business to contractors located in he city and increase hiring of Baltimore City residents.
Misty Copeland Appears On Late Show With Stephen ColbertShe's the first African-American female principal dancer with the American Ballet Theater. She's also part of Baltimore-based Under Armour's Women of Will Campaign. Monday night, Misty Copeland appeared on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert.
Workers Upset After Shift Change At BaltCo 911 Call CenterA major shift change at the Baltimore County 911 call center prompting outrage from workers at the center, where two dozen have already left.
Maryland Officer Helps Save Life Of Infant On I-270A nine-month-old girl was in the right place at the right time, thanks to the quick action of a Montgomery County officer. The family stopped on the side of the road when the baby stopped breathing.
911 Calls Released In 3rd Grader's Fatal FallNine-year-old Darius Clark died last week after an accidental fall at his school. Now the chilling 911 calls from Gwynns Falls Elementary School are made public.
NTSB Investigating Sinking Of El FaroThe National Transportation Safety Board is now investigating the circumstances that led up to a massive cargo ship sinking in the Atlantic during Hurricane Joaquin.
Charm City Circulator To Expand; Rides To Remain FreeIt’s a free ride, and more than 4 million people use it in Baltimore every year.
Non-Profit To Host 'Family Fair And Walk' This SaturdayMaryland’s leading non-profit organization dedicated to building families and preventing child abuse is continuing their annual Brent A. Rosenberk Family Fair and Walk on Saturday, October 10.