National Aquarium Releases 11 Sea Turtles Into Atlantic OceanThe National Aquarium released 11 sea turtles it was rehabilitating into the Atlantic Ocean.
Howard County Police Investigating Allegation Made On Social Media About Elementary School EmployeeHoward County police are investigating an allegation made against a Clarksville elementary school employee on social media.
Police Looking For 30-Year-Old Missing Man Possibly In Owings Mills AreaBaltimore County Police are looking for a 30-year-old man reported missing. Christopher Daniel Booker, of the 100 block of Kingston Park Lane, 21220 was last seen on Monday.
Trial Set To Begin Over Dozens Of Dead Horses At Maryland FarmThe owner of a Maryland farm is going to trial after dozens of horses were found dead and decaying as more than 100 others were neglected and starving on her property.
Monday Night Shooting Victim Dies Tuesday MorningThe victim in Monday night's 3000 Lafayette Avenue shooting has died, police said Tuesday morning.
Funeral Services Will Be Held Tuesday For 7-Year-Old Tripp JohnsonFuneral services for 7-year-old Tripp Johnson will be held Tuesday at 11:00 a.m.
First Black Woman To Lead Virginia Police Department Says She Was Forced OutThe first black woman to lead a city police department in Virginia said Monday that she was forced out by certain members of the Portsmouth Police Department and that she believes race played a factor. Gilma Avalos reports.
Students Demand Justice After Racist Threats Cancel ClassesStudents at a public high school in Charlottesville, Virginia, left classes Monday to demand racial justice days after the district's schools closed over threats of "ethnic cleansing." Gilma Avalos reports.
7-Year-Old Killed In Bel Air Crash To Be Laid To RestTripp Johnson's funeral is Tuesday.
Two People Injured In Shooting Near Baltimore-Washington Medical CenterAnne Arundel County Police responded to a shooting in the area of the University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Center, the second in that area since Sunday night.
BPD Commissioner Talks About Officer-Involved Shooting, Officer Found SleepingBaltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison talks about two police-related incidents from the weekend.
Press Conference: Charlottesville, Va. Officials Have Arrested Teen In School ThreatsA 17-year-old boy was arrested by police in Charlottesville, Virginia after making racist threats against area schools, closing the public schools for two days.
Keith Smith's Attorney Natalie Finegar Rebutes ProsecutionNatalie Finegar rebutes the prosecution's case, and begs the public to hold open the mind that no evidence has been seen at this time pointing Keith Smith as a suspect.
Laura Bogley Discusses Opposition To Public Funding For Abortions In Md.Laura Bogley, of Maryland Right To Life, discusses her opposition to public funding for abortions in Maryland.
UCLA Beats Maryland 85-80 In Women's NCAA TournamentFor UCLA, missed shots are merely part of the game. What really matters is what the Bruins do after the ball clangs off the rim.
Tournament Buzz: Oregon's Kenny Wooten A Human Highlight ReelThe Oregon sophomore stood out during the first weekend of play in the NCAA Tournament.
Cobb Leaves Final Spring Outing Early With Injury, O's May Turn To New Opening Day StarterThe Orioles may have to turn to another starter in Thursday's Opening Day bout with the Yankees.
No. 3 Seed Maryland Beats Radford 73-51 In NCAA OpenerNothing Radford had experienced before, and no amount of game film, could prepare the Big South champions for Maryland's unyielding defense.
Tigers Top Terps In Final Seconds, Advance To Sweet 16Maryland was bounced from the NCAA Tournament in the Round of 32 following a 69-67 loss to LSU in the final seconds of Saturday's matchup.
Holtby Says He Won't Go With Capitals To White HouseWashington Capitals goaltender Braden Holtby said Friday he will not join his teammates next week for a White House celebration of their Stanley Cup championship.
Mason's Famous Lobster Rolls Opens In The Inner HarborCraving seafood? You're in luck: a new business has opened its doors in the neighborhood. Located at 201 E. Pratt St. in the Inner Harbor, the fresh chain spot is called Mason's Famous Lobster Rolls.
The 3 Best Whiskey Bars In BaltimoreWondering where to find the best whiskey bars near you?
A Weekend Guide To Baltimore MarylandSpending a weekend in Charm City? Check out the best ways to spend your time in B-More!
Valentine's Day 2019: The Best Romantic Destinations In AmericaLooking for the most romantic locations in the America? Check out the most romantic destinations in America!
Books, Brunch And Brews: 5 Top Spots In Baltimore's Abell NeighborhoodSpending time in Abell? Get to know this Baltimore neighborhood by browsing its most popular local businesses, from a free book exchange to a brewery.
Baltimore's 3 Favorite Spots To Find Low-Priced Southeast Asian FoodLooking for a sublime Southeast Asian meal near you?
Student Found Guilty In Wiretapping Case After He Streamed Meeting On Facebook LiveA Maryland university student has pleaded guilty to illegally wiretapping a congressional staffer and putting the conversation on Facebook Live without consent.
Hogan: Trump Challenge Now 'Doesn't Make Any Sense At All'While Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan isn't completely ruling out a potential primary challenge to President Donald Trump, he said Thursday that currently "it doesn't make any sense at all."
Md. Rep. Elijah Cummings Accuses White House Of 'Unprecedented Level Of Stonewalling, Delay And Obstruction'Elijah Cummings accused the White House of an "unprecedented level of stonewalling, delay and obstruction" in a Washington Post op-ed.
Hogan Raised More Than $1.6M For Inaugural GalaMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan's inaugural committee raised more than $1.6 million for his inaugural festivities in January.
Hillary Clinton Rules Out A Rematch With Trump In 2020Hillary Clinton says she won't run for president in 2020, but vows she's "not going anywhere."
Cory Booker To Re-Introduce Marijuana Legalization Bill, Highlighting Issue's Importance For 2020 DemocratsSen. Cory Booker of New Jersey will re-introduce legislation Thursday to legalize marijuana at the federal level.