Mayor Asking FBI For Help With Investigating City Crime, Rising Murder RateBaltimore's mayor is asking for help from the FBI, as the city struggles to contain a soaring murder rate. But will bringing in the feds stop the killings?
Manhunt Continues For Escaped Prisoner, Police Offering $5K RewardA male prisoner has escaped while being transported to the Clifton T. Perkins Hospital Center in Jessup, according to Howard County Police.
Concern Over Netflix Series '13 Reason Why' Glorifying Teen SuicideA controversial Netflix series is causing school districts across the country, and in Maryland, to warn parents about the risks of teen suicide.
Ravens Select Houston OLB Bowser As No. 47 NFL Draft PickThe Baltimore Ravens have added Houston outside linebacker Tyus Bowser to their roster, with the No. 47 overall pick in the 2017 NFL draft.
Teachers' 'Smashing' Draws CriticismTaking out anger in 'smash rooms' is all the rage. But one Maryland principal is getting some serious backlash for it.
The Biggest Charm City Bluegrass Festival YetThis will be the biggest Charm City Bluegrass Festival yet.
Massive Fire in Maryland Extinguished After 4-Plus DaysA massive fire that consumed a six-story building under construction near the University of Maryland has been declared extinguished after burning for more than four days.
Mysterious Uptick in the Deaths of Humpback WhalesNOAA can't explain the uptick in the deaths of humpback whales.
Young Cancer Survivor Gets His Wish At NFL DraftT.J. Owuanibe got his wish: The 14-year-old shared center stage with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell to announce the Baltimore Ravens' top draft pick.
Puppy Who Was Near Death Is In Better HealthAbout a month ago, Howard County asked for help in a case involving a puppy that was locked up in a plastic container and left for dead.
Maryland Governor Appoints Chief Judge to Appellate CourtMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan has appointed a new chief judge on the state's intermediate appellate court.
High-tech System Blocks Inmates' Cell Phones In Md. PrisonsSince the rise of mobile communications, inmates have found at least one way to take back a bit of the privacy they were forced to give up — by smuggling in cell phones.