Wintry Weather Set To Put A Damper On First Days Of SpringSnow is headed to Maryland, and it could cause a sloppy mess over the next few days.
Did State's Attorney's Office Turn Blind Eye To Corrupt BPD Task Force?Did those in power turn a blind eye to corruption on the Baltimore City Police Gun Trace Task Force?
Lead Detectives Testify In Trial Of Phylicia Barnes Murder SuspectMonday brought another day of hard-hitting testimony in the trial of Michael Johnson, the only man ever charged in the death of Phylicia Barnes who vanished in 2010.
UMBC's NCAA Tournament Run Ends, But Legacy Lives OnUMBC won over the entire state and the entire country with their historic NCAA tournament win over No. 1 seed Virginia Friday night. That one win has now changed the university forever.
Baltimore Center Plans To Open Vocational School To Serve CommunityA residential care center for boys with behavioral issues is now building a vocational school -- hoping to give Baltimore kids a better shot at starting a career.
Annapolis Film Festival Opening Thursday With 'Beirut'There are film festivals all over the U.S. and the world, but only one was created specifically to bring a community together.
Rain, Snow Mix Possible For Tuesday MorningThe first day of spring is expected to bring a rain/snow mix to the Baltimore region.
UMBC Men's Basketball Team Welcomed Home By Cheering FansThe feeling on the UMBC campus was bitter sweet Monday. Despite losing in the second round of the NCAA tournament, they made history.
Baltimore Church Working To Fight Opioid EpidemicBrown Memorial Presbyterian Church dedicated part of service Sunday to teach parishioners about the opioid epidemic.
NTSB: Plane That Crashed In Maryland Was Destroyed On ImpactA preliminary report on a fatal plane crash last month off coastal Maryland has determined the Cessna 172S was destroyed on impact after hitting the water.
Dave Odom Tied To College Basketball's Biggest UpsetsDave Odom sat in the stands as his son, Ryan, and the history-making UMBC Retrievers took down a giant.
UMBC Basks In 15 Minutes Of Fame As Cinderella Of The NCAAUMBC had made history as the first No. 16 seed in NCAA Men's Tournament history to knock off a No. 1 seed and the texts and the calls never stopped buzzing.

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