Coronavirus Latest: Over 1K COVID-19 Cases, 10 Deaths Reported In MarylandThere are now over 1,000 cases of coronavirus in Maryland, and 10 people have died as a result of the virus.
Coronavirus Latest: 66 Residents At Carroll County Nursing Home Test Positive For COVID-19State officials announced Saturday an outbreak of COVID-19 at a nursing home in Carroll County where a total of 66 residents tested positive, with 11 currently hospitalized.
Coronavirus Latest: Prince George's County Basketball Coach, Counselor Terrance Burke Dies From COVID-19A Prince George's County school community is mourning the loss of a beloved coach and counselor who died from coronavirus.
Coronavirus Latest: 2 TSA Screening Officers At BWI Test Positive For COVID-19Two TSA security screening officers at BWI have tested positive for the coronavirus, according to officials.
Coronavirus Latest: Charles Co. Man Arrested For Hosting 60 People, Violating Gov. Hogan's Emergency OrderA Charles County man was arrested Friday for violating Gov. Hogan's emergency order which prohibits planned gatherings of 10 or more people amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Steeple Catches Fire, Partially Collapses At Urban Bible Fellowship Church In BaltimoreBaltimore city firefighters are on scene of a fire at Urban Bible Fellowship Church in Baltimore.
Chelsea Ingram Has An Updated Look At Your ForecastChelsea Ingram Has An Updated Look At Your Forecast
B.O.P. In Fells Point Donates Dinner To Hopkins TeamB.O.P. In Fells Point Donates Dinner To Hopkins Team
10 Coronavirus Related Deaths Reported Across Maryland10 Coronavirus Related Deaths Reported Across Maryland
5-Year-Old Surprised With Parade After Canceled Birthday Party5-Year-Old Surprised With Parade After Canceled Birthday Party
Baltimore First Responders Contract COVID-19Baltimore city leaders provide an update about the coronavirus in the city.
Gov. Larry Hogan, State Officials Address Marylanders On COVID-19The latest from the governor on coronavirus in Maryland.
Hogan Addresses Media About Coronavirus In BaltimoreGov. Larry Hogan speaks to the media about the state's response to the coronavirus during a visit to Baltimore.
Coronavirus In Maryland: Gov. Larry Hogan Orders All Non-Essential Businesses To CloseGov. Larry Hogan closes all non-essential businesses Monday, but doesn't issue lockdown in Maryland.
Reports: Ravens Sign Former Broncos DE Derek WolfeThe Baltimore Ravens have signed former Broncos defensive end Derek Wolfe, according to multiple reports.
Ravens Lose DT Michael Brockers, Who Returns To Rams For 3-Year DealThe Baltimore Ravens won't have Michael Brockers on their retooled defensive line after all, and now he's headed back to Los Angeles.
Jimmy Smith On Re-Signing With Ravens: 'Right Now Is Our Time To Reach The Super Bowl'The Ravens corner told the team's podcast, The Lounge, that re-signing was an easy decision because the Super Bowl window is now.
Roman Reigns Pulls Out Of WrestleMania 36Roman Reigns, a leukemia survivor, will not face Goldberg in WrestleMania, now an early-April in-studio event because of coronavirus concerns.
'It Is Seismically Different': Frustrated NFL Agents Say Draft Process Upended By Coronavirus OutbreakThe NFL hasn't had the same hit to their schedule as other leagues due to the coronavirus pandemic. But, the draft process has been far from normal.
Ravens, Michael Brockers Can't Agree On Contract, Brockers Re-Signs With RamsIt appears the deal with the Ravens has fallen apart and now Brockers is headed back to Los Angeles.
Chef José Andrés Donates 800 Masks To Johns Hopkins Hospital Amid Coronavirus PandemicFamous chef José Andrés donated hundreds of masks to medical workers at Johns Hopkins Hospital Thursday as the hospital and countless others across the world respond to the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Closings: National Aquarium Extends Closure Through April 26The National Aquarium is extending its coronavirus-related closure for another month, officials said Thursday.
Coronavirus Home Tips: How To Stay Calm, Well-Fed And Healthy During The COVID-19 OutbreakStay safe, well-fed and mentally healthy with this at-home tips from CBS sister site Chowhound.
COVID-19 Shopping Tips: What To Buy And What To Avoid During The Coronavirus PandemicSee what to buy and what to avoid while stocking up during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Surprise! With Birthday Plans Dashed Due To Coronavirus, 7-Year-Old Maryland Girl's Friends Make Her A ParadeA group of well-wishers gave a Maryland girl whose birthday plans were canceled due to the coronavirus a very special surprise.
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Starts Online Concert Series Amid Coronavirus PandemicThe orchestra is putting on live-streamed concerts on Facebook Live while their in-person shows are canceled due to the virus.
Maryland Receives Major Disaster Declaration From Federal Administration For COVID-19Governor Larry Hogan announced Thursday that the State of Maryland has received a Major Disaster Declaration from the federal administration in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Update: Md. Attorney General Warns Of Scam Asking Residents To Complete Census To Receive Stimulus CheckMaryland Attorney General Brian Frosh is warning residents about a new scam during the COVID-19 pandemic.
University Of Baltimore Professor John Bessler, Husband Of Sen. Amy Klobuchar, Back Home After Coronavirus HospitalizationJohn Bessler, a University of Baltimore professor and husband of senator and former Democratic presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar has been released from the hospital after contracting coronavirus.
Coronavirus Latest: Md. Delegation Asks President Trump To Fast-Track Approval Of Statewide Disaster DeclarationThe full Maryland congressional delegation is urging President Donald Trump to approve Gov. Larry Hogan's request for a Major Disaster Declaration for the State of Maryland amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Coronavirus Latest: Maryland Delegation Urges FEMA To Accept State Request For Field Medical Stations In BaltimoreThe full Maryland congressional delegation has written to the Federal Emergency Management Agency asking for immediate approval of Gov. Hogan's request for two federal medical stations in Baltimore in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Frosh, Attorneys General Urge Trump To Prioritize Coronavirus Testing, Production Of Protective GearMaryland Attorney General Brian Frosh has joined a coalition of more than a dozen attorneys general urging President Donald Trump to utilize the Defense Production Act to prioritize the production of critical items first responders and health care workers need amid the COVID-19 pandemic.