Two Injured In Shooting Near NE Baltimore Shopping CenterPolice from Baltimore City and Baltimore County responded to a shooting near a shopping center in northeast Baltimore Tuesday that left two people injured.
Complaint: Maryland Man Threatened 'Racial War' Against Hispanics In FloridaAn FBI complaint in Miami says Lin sent messages via Facebook between May and August to a Hispanic woman he knows, threatening her and her family, expressing support for Adolf Hitler and calling for the extermination of Spanish-speaking people and other ethnic groups.
Baltimore City Council Approves New Ethics Rules After 'Healthy Holly' ScandalBaltimore City Council has passed a new ethics rule in the wake of a scandal causing the resignation of former mayor Catherine Pugh.
Layla, Dog Found In Baltimore Alley With Severe Neck Injuries, 'Still Not Out Of The Woods' After SurgeryBARCS provided an update on Layla, a dog who was found in a Baltimore alley with severe neck injuries.
'He Had A Great Spirit' | Family Prepares To Bury Sherman Reed Jr. Amid Push To Stop Violence In BaltimoreThe sister of Sherman Reed Jr. is still struggling to come to terms with his murder.
School Nurse Charged With Sex Crimes Gets 6-Month SentenceA former school nurse charged with multiple sexual offenses involving four Maryland high school students will spend six months in prison.
Maryland Man Jailed For Threats Against Florida HispanicsA Clarksburg, Maryland, man is jailed in Seattle after the FBI said he made a series of social media threats against Hispanics in the Miami area.
Bob Turk Has An Updated Look At Your ForecastBob Turk Has An Updated Look At Your Forecast
Carli Lloyd Hits 55-Yard Field Goal At Ravens, Eagles Joint PracticeU.S. Women's Soccer star Carli Lloyd visited the Ravens and Eagles joint practice on Tuesday and showed off her leg.
BSO Musicians Perform Rush Hour Concert Amid LockoutBaltimore Symphony Musicians held an hour-long concert for cars driving during rush hour Tuesday.
Chopper 13 Over The Police-Involved CrashBaltimore Police are investigating after an officer's car was involved in an accident while they were responding to a bank robbery call Monday afternoon.
Tony Award-Winning Baltimore Native André De Shields Gets Key To The CityBaltimore native André De Shields was presented with a Key to the City Monday morning, two months after winning his first Tony Award.
Whale Shark Spotted Off Virginia CoastA whale shark was spotted off Chincoteague, Virginia over the weekend. Capt. Brian with Y KNOT Fishing Adventures captured the video.
Ravens, Jaguars Hold Moment Of Silence For Mass Shooting Victims At PracticeAhead of their preseason game Thursday, the Baltimore Ravens and the Jacksonville Jaguars players prayed together for the victims of the two mass shootings over the weekend at their joint practice in Owings Mills.
Alberto HR Gives Orioles 4-1 Win Over Royals, Ending SkidHanser Alberto hit a tiebreaking three-run homer in the eighth inning, and the Baltimore Orioles ended an eight-game losing streak by beating the Kansas City Royals 4-1 Tuesday night.
U.S. Women's Soccer Star Carli Lloyd Drills 55-Yard Field Goal At Ravens, Eagles Joint PracticeU.S. Women's Soccer star Carli Lloyd visited the Ravens and Eagles joint practice on Tuesday and showed off her leg.
Ravens, Eagles Conclude Joint Practices Ahead Of Thursday's Preseason GameThe Ravens and Eagles will know each other pretty well by the time Thursday’s preseason game rolls around.
Ripken Baseball Announces Plans To Bring Youth Tournaments To Disney In 2020Hall of Famer and hometown hero Cal Ripken is expanding his youth baseball experience.
Bruce Cunningham Resigns After 20 Years As Ravens Public-Address AnnouncerCunningham, who also works as the Fox45 as the weekday sports anchor, resigned effective immediately, he tweeted out Tuesday.
Lopez, Dini HRs Carry Royals Past Skidding Orioles 5-4Nicky Lopez and Nick Dini homered on successive pitches in the seventh inning and the Kansas City Royals stretched Baltimore's latest losing streak to eight games, defeating the Orioles 5-4 Monday night.
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PETA's Billboard Depicting 'Rich Pest' Resembling Jared Kushner Goes Up Along I-83The billboard shows a Kushner look-alike sitting on a pile of money next to a rat with a small wedge of cheese. The man has a "JK" pin on his suit jacket.
Tenth Candidate To Announce Run For Baltimore MayorCampaign officials for Pastor Shannon Wright said she will announce her run Friday afternoon.
Maryland's Brian Frosh Among 13 Attorneys General Suing Trump Over Public Benefit Immigration RuleAttorneys general in 13 states, including Maryland, have filed a lawsuit challenging a Trump administration rule that'll allow immigration officials to deny green cards to migrants who use public assistance, including food stamps or housing vouchers.
'It Would Be Kind Of Sad' | Maryland Woman Hand-Raising Monarch Butterflies Worries Trump's New Order Could Put Species At RiskHand-raising monarch butterflies in the midst of a global extinction crisis, Laura Moore and her neighbors gather round in her suburban Maryland yard to launch a butterfly newly emerged from its chrysalis. Eager to play his part, 3-year-old Thomas Powell flaps his arms and exclaims, "I'm flying! I'm flying!"
Monarchs Caught Up In Rewrite Of Endangered Species RuleAdministration officials say the changes, expected to go into effect next month, will reduce regulation while still protecting animals and plants. But conservation advocates and Democratic lawmakers say the overhaul will force more to extinction, delaying and denying protections.
House Oversight Committee Requests Documents About Firearms Dealers Who Sell Large Numbers Of GunsThe House Oversight Committee, concerned about the involvement of guns purchased from licensed gun dealers in violent crimes, is asking the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives for documents to help lawmakers investigate the issue.