- Homicides Spike in Baltimore But Police Clearance Rate Falls Baltimore's homicide rate continues to soar, but the police department's clearance rate has declined over the past three months.
- Police: Man Wanted for Sexual Assault in Mitchellville Police are searching for a man they say is suspected of sexually assaulting a 19-year-old woman in Mitchellville.
- Christian Retreat Official ‘Heartbroken’ Over Stabbings A board member of the rural Maryland religious retreat where a man was killed in a double stabbing on Sunday says operators are "heartbroken" over the incident.
- Court Orders EPA to Redo Air-Pollution Limits in 13 States A federal appeals court on Tuesday ordered the Environmental Protection Agency to relax some limits it set on smokestack emissions that cross state lines and taint downwind areas with air pollution from power plants.
- One Of Maryland’s Oldest Trees Cut Down Due To Disease This week, one of the oldest and largest trees in all of Maryland was cut down. The English elm stood for generations, but experts said it was time for the dying tree to come down.
- Emails Highlight Chaos Behind-The-Scenes During Baltimore Unrest Just-released emails reveal the extent of the confusion at City Hall as Baltimore burned during the April riots. But are we better prepared today?
- Laser Strikes Also Affecting Coast Guard Lifesaving rescues have been put in danger by laser pointers. It's a blinding reality Coast Guard air crews are dealing with.
- Police In West Baltimore Shoot Man After Hitting Officer With His Car Pinned against a car and forced to open fire. New information on why a Baltimore City police officer shot a suspect in the face during a traffic stop.
- D.C. Fire Lieutenant Charged After 1-Year-Old Dies A D.C. Fire Department lieutenant is facing charges of neglect and incompetence after a 1-year-old boy died from choking on a grape earlier this year.
- Remains of 4 Early Colonial Leaders Discovered at Jamestown Archaeologists have uncovered human remains of four of the earliest leaders of the English colony that would become America, buried for more than 400 years near the altar of what was America's first Protestant church in Jamestown, Virginia.
- Boston Is Out of the Running for Olympics 2024, So What Are D.C.’s Chances? Boston is now out of the running for hosting the 2024 Olympics, so does D.C. have a chance again?
- George Washington University Drops SAT, ACT Requirement George Washington University will no longer require that students submit their ACT or SAT scores for most freshman admissions.
- Steve Davis: Commissioner Roger Goodell Was In A No-Win Situation I'm not the least bit surprised that the NFL and Roger Goodell did not lessen the penalty against Tom Brady.
- Jeremy Conn: Brady Suspension Upheld It has been a summer of waiting to find out if his suspension would be reduced.
- Orioles Look To Continue Win Streak Against Braves Win streaks have been hard to come by lately for the Baltimore Orioles. Facing a team that has struggled mightily on the road could help them extend their current one.
- 11 Ravens Games To Air On WJZ During 2015 Season Eleven Baltimore Ravens games will air on WJZ-TV during the 2015 NFL season.