Movie Night | Mary Poppins To Screen At ABC ParkA classic film is screening at an area park this week!
Maryland Lawmakers Host Workshop In Effort To Find Better Outcomes To Protect Child Victims Of Domestic ViolenceMaryland lawmakers are looking for better outcomes in child custody cases involving abuse and are examing what legislation may be needed to protect child victims of domestic violence.
Baltimore Mailman Delivered Marijuana Along Postal Route, Documents SayAccording to court documents, investigators found that since early 2017 over 200 suspicious parcels were mailed from California to a particular zip code-- 21223-- in Baltimore.
BGE Installing New Hybrid Systems Into 10 Vehicles To Improve Fuel EfficiencyIn an effort to burn less gas, BGE is installing new hybrid systems into 10 of its vehicles.
Alleged Drunk Driver In Fatal Ocean City Crash Has History Of DUI ArrestsThe alleged drunk driver involved in a deadly Ocean City crash has a history of arrests for driving under the influence.
BPD Commissioner Urges Public's Help To Stop Violent Crimes, Talks Deployment Changes In 'Microzones'Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison urged the public to report any information on any violent crimes, after a violent weekend in Baltimore.
Bob Turk Has A Look At Your Tuesday Night ForecastBob Turk Has A Look At Your Tuesday Night Forecast
Gaithersburg Man Sentenced For Selling Fentanyl That Caused At Least One Fatal OverdoseA 34-year-old Gaithersburg man was sentenced to 150 months-- or 12.5 years-- in federal prison, followed by five years of supervised release for a conspiracy to distribute fentanyl, heroin and cocaine and being a felon in possession of a firearm.
11 Ducks In Need Of A New Home In Harford County11 little duckies need a home!
More Than Half Of Maryland Drivers Now Compliant With REAL ID Regulations, According To MVAMore than half of Maryland's 5 million licensed drivers are now fully compliant with federal REAL ID requirements as the October 2020 deadline looms, officials said Tuesday.
Crash On I-95 South Causing Major Delays Monday AfternoonA two-vehicle crash on I-95 south is causing major delays in Baltimore.
Port Covington Warehouse FireBaltimore firefighters are on scene of a warehouse fire in Port Covington.
'Hope's Legacy' The First Recipient Of New Maryland Small Films Tax Credit ProgramA new feature film about an engaged couple navigating their relationship through the world of competitive horse eventing is the first recipient of the new Maryland Small Films Tax Credit program.
Baltimore Mayor Has The Latest On Ransomware AttackBaltimore Mayor Jack Young has the latest on the ransomware atack.
'I'm Pretty Happy With My Honda Civic': Orioles' Adley Rutschman Not Planning To Splurge After Record-Setting DealThe Orioles top pick doesn't seem to have a new car on his list of items that he'll be purchasing with the money from his first MLB contract.
'It's A Truly Beautiful City': Orioles Top Pick Adley Rutschman 'Very Excited' After Introduction In BaltimoreThe team's top overall pick was introduced to the Baltimore media and fan base Tuesday after officially signing his first contract.
Boos Or Cheers? How Will Orioles Fans React To Manny Machado's Baltimore Return?The former Orioles star makes his return to Baltimore tonight for the first time since the team traded him away last summer.
Baseball Report: Cubs, Braves, Astros Each Get 7 MLB All-Star FinalistsThe MLB All-Star voting process moves from the Primary to the Starters Election, which is scheduled to begin Wednesday.
USWNT Fans Question Officiating On Penalty That Allows U.S. To Beat Spain 2-1Fans enjoyed seeing the USWNT beat Spain to advance in the Women's World Cup, but they question the call that led to a second penalty kick.
Crawford Shines, Kikuchi Rebounds As Mariners Thump O's 13-3J.P. Crawford had a career-high four hits and drove in four, Yusei Kikuchi had his best outing in a month, and the Seattle Mariners used an eight-run third inning to thump the Baltimore Orioles 13-3 Sunday.
3 Food And Drink Events To Check Out In Baltimore This WeekendWhen it comes to food and drink, there's plenty to do in Baltimore this weekend. From a networking party with Jamaican cuisine to a garden wine fest, here's how to add some flavor to your social calendar.
The 5 Best Spots To Score Frozen Treats In BaltimoreLooking to sample the best-frozen treats around town?
Your Guide To The 4 Most Popular Spots In Baltimore's Hampden NeighborhoodVisiting Hampden, or just looking to better appreciate what it has to offer?
The 3 Best Cocktail Bars In BaltimoreWondering where to find the best cocktail bars near you?
A Krispy Kreme In Times Square Will Have Stadium-Style Seats, A Glaze WaterfallKrispy Kreme predicts the Times Square shop will serve more guests annually than any other of its locations in the world.
The Top 4 Pubs In BaltimoreWondering where to find the best pubs near you?
'Demonstrably False' | Hogan Responds To Democratic Request For Campaign Finance InvestigationThe Maryland Democratic Party is asking the state's board of elections to review a number of donations made to Republican Gov. Larry Hogan for possible violations of campaign finance laws.
Vice President Pence Scheduled To Speak To Maryland GOPVice President Mike Pence is scheduled to attend the Maryland Republican Party's "Red, White and Blue" dinner.
Maryland State Employees Get 3 Percent Raise In Fiscal Year 2020 Under Hogan's BudgetState employees will get a three-percent pay increase starting in fiscal year 2020 under Gov. Larry Hogan's budget.
Officials Want Results In Ethics Probe Into Metro Chairman Jack EvansGovs. Larry Hogan and Ralph Northam on Monday demanded the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority ethics committee share findings of the probe of Jack Evans.
Md. Attorney General Asks Congress For Election Security Grants, Legislation Ahead Of 2020Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh is joining attorneys general in 22 other states in calling for additional grants and bipartisan legislation to address election security ahead of the 2020 elections.
Baltimore Congressional Delegation Wants Investigation Of SNAP Eligibility Withdrawal For Lexington Market VendorsFive federal lawmakers representing Baltimore sent a letter to the U.S. Department of Agriculture asking for an investigation into the withdrawal of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program eligibility for vendors at Lexington Market.