- Harford County Sheriff Ends Aviation Program Harford County's sheriff is discontinuing the department's aviation program, citing safety issues and the cost.
- 1K+ Without Power Again at Wheaton Condominums More than 1,000 residents are without power for the second time in two days at a condominium high-rise in Wheaton.
- Md. Town Aims to ‘Desegregate’ WWI Memorial The top elected officials in Emmitsburg say they favor changing the racially divisive language on a World War I memorial.
- Baltimore Police Tap Outside Board to Review Riot Response An outside organization will review the Baltimore Police Department's response to recent rioting and civil unrest in the wake of the death of Freddie Gray at the commissioner's request.
- Family Of Fallen Officer Wants Jury To Hold Police Responsible Shot 20 times by fellow officers. Now the family of a Baltimore City police officer asks a jury to hold the police department responsible for his death.
- City Police Dept. Calling For Independent Investigation Into Riots The Baltimore City Police Department is calling for an independent investigation into how the department handled the riots in April.
- Balt. Co. Employee Accused Of Upskirting A Baltimore County employee is accused of taking pictures underneath women's skirts and dresses in a Towson grocery store.
- Arrest Made In Fatal Metro Stabbing Police in Washington DC have made an arrest in the murder of a Connecticut man. Eighteen-year-old Jasper Spires appeared in court Tuesday, charged with first degree murder.
- Smithsonian Stands Behind Exhibit Based on Cosby Collection The Smithsonian Institution is standing behind a museum exhibition that relies in part on the art collection of Bill Cosby and his wife, Camille Cosby.
- 70 Years Later, WWII Bombardier Receives Presidential Honor At age 22, 2nd Lt. John Pedevillano was the youngest bombardier in the U.S. Army Air Corps' 306th Bomb Group when he was shot down by Nazi fighter pilots in Germany in 1944.
- American U. Grad Killed on Metro Was Punched, Stabbed Witnesses told police that a train passenger killed onboard a Metro train on Independence Day was repeatedly punched and stabbed during a struggle.
- Metro: Trains Every 20 Minutes on 3 Lines This Weekend Metro says passengers traveling on three lines will wait longer for trains this weekend, with 20 minutes between trains.
- Theismann Questions Credibility of Writer Who Ranked RG3 Behind Mariota, Winston Joe Theismann questions credibility of the writer who ranked RG3 behind Marcus Mariota and Jameis Winston.
- Wizards Agree to $4M, 1-Year Deal With SG Alan Anderson Free-agent shooting guard Alan Anderson has agreed to a $4 million, one-year contract with the Washington Wizards that should become official later this week.
- Ex-Redskins QB Donovan McNabb Arrested Again on Suspicion of DUI Donovan McNabb has been arrested in Arizona on suspicion of DUI.
- DeAngelo Hall Summoned His ‘Inner Black Mamba’ During Achilles’ Recovery DeAngelo Hall talks about the advice given to him by friend Kobe Bryant during his recovery from Achilles' surgery.
- MASN’s Mike Bordick Breaks Down The AL East Mike Bordick of MASN Sports joined the Scott Garceau Show with Jeremy Conn to break down the Orioles and the rest of the AL East heading into the All Star Break.
- Orioles-Twins Preview: Game 2 The Minnesota Twins relied solely on the home run to top the Baltimore Orioles in the opening contest of a three-game series, but now facing a red-hot Kevin Gausman, the AL Central contenders may need to seek out a different method of production.
- Dozier’s Two-Run Homer In 10th Lifts Twins Over Orioles 4-2 The Orioles' pitching staff had kept the Twins hitless for 21 consecutive batters with one out in the 10th. That streak ended decisively.
- Jim Henneman On His New Book About Sixty Years Of Orioles Baseball Journalist and writer Jim Henneman joined Ken and Steve to talk about his new book on the Orioles.