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First Snow Of Season Could Bring Slick Spots, Little Accumulation To Parts Of MarylandAn area of low pressure will dive into the mid-Atlantic overnight bringing the chance for sprinkles or flurries and snow showers to the northern portion of Maryland.
Baltimore Police Seek Help Identifying Young Boy Walking Street Early SaturdayBaltimore Police are asking for the public's help to identify a young boy walking in the street alone early Saturday morning.
Baltimore's Monument Lighting, In Its 50th Year, Returns ThursdayThe Monument Lighting, the unofficial kickoff to the holiday season, in Baltimore returns Thursday. The fun goes from 5 to 8 p.m. Thursday at Mt. Vernon Place, 699 Washington Place.
Baltimore Fire Department's Train Garden Returns To Engine 45If you or your family delight in seeing toy locomotives as part of your holiday fun, the Baltimore Fire Department's annual train garden is back.
Homicide Suspect Surrenders To Baltimore Police After Nearly 6 HoursA man wanted in connection with a homicide who barricaded himself inside a building Friday in Baltimore surrendered to police early Saturday morning, Baltimore Police said.
26-Year-Old Man Shot And Killed Saturday In BaltimoreA 26-year-old man was shot and killed early Saturday in Baltimore, Baltimore Police said.
Meg McNamara Has Your Saturday Morning Forecast 11-27-2021Meg McNamara Has Your Saturday Morning Forecast 11-27-2021
Bob Turk Has A Look At Your Saturday ForecastBob Turk Has A Look At Your Saturday Forecast
Crews On Scene Of Reported Rowhome Fire In Curtis BayCrews are on the scene of a rowhome fire in Curtis Bay.
President Biden Announces Travel Restrictions On Eight South African CountriesThe race to stop the spread of another COVID-19 variant.
Chopper 13 Checks In On Thanksgiving TrafficHere's an aerial view of I-95 traffic around noon with Capt. Cindy Thrift.
Police Plead With Former Baltimore County Cop Accused In Kidnappings To Return Daughters SafelyBaltimore County and York area police implored a former Baltimore County cop accused of kidnapping his two daughters in Pennsylvania and the suspended sergeant he is on the run with to safely return his children.
Police Provide Update In Search Of Children Allegedly Abducted By Ex-Baltimore County CopYork County, Pennsylvania is on high alert as police hunt for Robert Vicosa, an ex Baltimore County cop who allegedly kidnapped his two daughters.
Chopper 13 Above Overturned Tractor-Trailer On MD 295 SouthA tractor-trailer overturned on MD 295 south at the I-695 outer loop, closing the ramp and all eastbound lanes Tuesday afternoon.
Caldwell-Pope, Beal Help Wizards Beat Thunder, 101-99Kantavious Caldwell-Pope scored a season-high 20 points, Bradley Beal also had 20 and the Washington Wizards beat the Oklahoma City Thunder 101-99 on Friday night.
Ovechkin’s Hat Trick Gives Capitals A 4-3 Win Over PanthersAlex Ovechkin scored two of his three goals over 56 seconds in the second period and the Washington Capitals beat the Florida Panthers 4-3 on Friday.
Maryland Heads To Rutgers With A Bowl Berth On The LineThe winner will move to .500 and can look forward to the postseason. The loser will look forward to next season.
Ravens Release Details For Light Rail Service During Sunday Night Football GameLight Rail passengers who want to leave Sunday night's Ravens game against the Cleveland Browns early will have to take a shuttle bus, the team said Friday.
Ravens LB Malik Harrison Back On The Practice Field After Injury In Cleveland ShootingIn seven games this season, five of them starts, the second-year linebacker has 22 combined tackles.
Ravens, Browns Meet For First Time Since Wild December ClashThe Monday night clash was one of the most memorable games of the 2020 NFL season.
Guinness Open Gate Brewery Releases New Holiday BeersGuinness Open Gate Brewery is releasing two new stouts inspired by favorite treats of the holiday season, the Gingerbread Stout and Chocolate Mint Stout.
Indie Rock Group Snail Mail Postpones Tour So Singer Lindsey Jordan Can Get Vocal Cord OperationSnail Mail, the indie rock group founded and fronted by Maryland native Lindsey Jordan, is delaying its U.S. tour so Jordan can rest and recover after an operation on her vocal cords.
Open Works Returns With Gingerbread Rowhouses For The Holiday SeasonOpen Works is back this holiday season with the perfect Baltimore-themed decoration, a gingerbread rowhome.
Local Artists Tapped For New Works In Revamped Lexington MarketTwo artist groups and one solo artist, all from Baltimore, will create site-specific public art reflecting on the market's history and people's relationship with food as part of a partnership between Seawall and the Municipal Art Society of Baltimore City.
Baltimore-Based Beach House To Release Double Album After 4 YearsThe 18-song double album will be released in four-song chapters over the next few months.
Matisse Center At Baltimore Museum of Art To Open Dec. 12A new center dedicated to the study of French artist Henri Matisse is set to open at the Baltimore Museum of Art on Dec. 12.
Gov. Hogan Announces Investigation Of Marilyn Mosby's Office, Threatens Hold On Funding Amid Crime WaveCiting a wave of violent crime in Baltimore City, Gov. Larry Hogan on Tuesday announced a review of state funds provided to Baltimore City State's Attorney's Office, emergency legislation to toughen criminal sentences and funding for community security.
Mosby Bashes Hogan After Governor Calls For Review Of Funds Allocated To State's Attorney's OfficeBaltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby bashed Gov. Larry Hogan hours after the governor criticized her office's efforts to combat violent crime in the city and threatened to block state funding to the state's attorney's office.
Trump Backs Cox's Bid For GOP Nomination In Maryland Governor's RaceFormer president Donald Trump has endorsed Maryland Del. Daniel Cox's bid for the Republican nomination for governor.
OIG Report: Baltimore County Councilwoman Cathy Bevins Violated Charter When She Moved Outside Her DistrictBaltimore County Councilwoman Cathy Bevins, a Democrat representing District 6, violated the county charter earlier this year when she moved to a house in a neighboring councilmanic district, according to a new report by the Baltimore County Office of the Inspector General.
Maryland State Bar Association To Interview Maryland Gubernatorial Candidates, Host DebatesThe interviews will give voters an opportunity to hear the candidate's positions on pressing social issues nearly a year out from the election.
Maryland Joins Federal Program Pledging To Reduce State Government's Greenhouse Gases By 50%Maryland has joined the U.S. Department of Energy’s Better Climate Challenge, pledging to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from state government operations by at least 50% within 10 years, Gov. Larry Hogan said.