It's Academic: June 25, 2016Students from Century, J M Bennett and Centennial compete on It's Academic.
Saturday, June 25, 2016The Chesapeake Crab & Beer Festival returns to Baltimore's Waterfront for a third year! The festival is an "all-you-care-to-taste" extravaganza with over 30,000 crabs, lots of beer, arts and crafts, live music, family fun and much more. Access to the Festival is FREE for all.
Light City Baltimore Looking To Go Bigger And Brighter Next YearThe success of the inaugural Light City Baltimore festival has organizers pushing for more for next year's event.
Triple Amputee Veteran Is 2016 'Faces Of Valor' HonoreeHe was critically wounded seven years ago fighting in Afghanistan, but on Sunday, he'll be honored in Annapolis.
From Drugs To Books, Baltimore Man Making Positive Name For HimselfOnce a drug dealer, a Baltimore man is now making a name for himself in a positive way.
State Halts Oyster and Clam Harvesting in Some Spots Due to High Bacteria LevelsRising levels of bacteria have prompted the state to put some oysters and clams off limits for harvesting.
Volunteers, United Way Work To Reopen Shuttered Rec CenterVolunteers in Baltimore are working to get a shuttered rec center reopened for the summer.
FAA Unveils New Drone Rules To Make Flying EasierThe FAA unveils new landmark rules that make it easier to pilot an unmanned aircraft. George Solis reports.
Tornado Touches Down In Howard Co. During Violent Storms, NWS saysMore than 15,000 BGE customers, about half of those in Howard County, are without power after severe storms moved through the area Tuesday afternoon leaving destruction in its path.
Report: Owners Selling Part of Pimlico Race CoursePart of the Pimlico Race Course could have a new owner in the future.
Baltimore Gas Station Shut Down After Years of Illegal ActivityA Baltimore business is shut down by the city after years of illegal activity.
Md. State Officials: Workers' Overtime Pay Miscalculated For YearsMaryland state workers are finding out they may not have been paid what they're due.