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Coronavirus Latest: Indoor Dining Capacity Increases To 75% In Maryland MondayMost Maryland restaurants will increase their indoor dining to 75% Monday at 5 p.m. However, Anne Arundel County and Baltimore City will not be increasing capacity.
Baltimore City Council Considers Bills To Rename Holiday, Monument Named After Christopher ColumbusThe Baltimore City Council on Monday considered two bills that would remove the name of Christopher Columbus from an annual holiday and a city monument.
New 'BEACON' Portal Gives Unemployed Claimants In Maryland Similar Or New IssuesThe new portal where Marylanders can file unemployment claims is giving some claimants similar or new problems.
Coronavirus In Maryland: State Sees Lowest Positivity Rate Since MarchMaryland reports 412 new coronavirus cases Monday morning- the exact same increase as Sunday, as the state sees the lowest positivity rate since March.
Hundreds Turn Out To DC To Honor Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader GinsburgThis week, the nation will continue to honor the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. She will be honored at both the Supreme Court and the U.S. Capitol later this week.
Vehicle Crashes Into NW Baltimore Furniture StoreA vehicle crashed into a furniture store in northwest Baltimore Monday afternoon.
No Injuries Reported After Vehicle Crashes In NW Baltimore Furniture StoreA vehicle crashed into a furniture store in northwest Baltimore Monday afternoon.
Baltimore Considers Bills To Rename Holiday, Monument Named After Christopher ColumbusThe Baltimore City Council on Monday considered two bills that would remove the name of Christopher Columbus from an annual holiday and a city monument.
Local Nonprofit Giving Out Sport Kits To Kids In NeedLocal Nonprofit Giving Out Sport Kits To Kids In Need
Groundbreaking Held For New 'Super' Rec Center In BaltimoreGroundbreaking Held For New 'Super' Rec Center In Baltimore
U.S. Attorney announces charges against alleged "NFL" gang membersFederal and local law enforcement announced a new indictment charging the "NFL" gang in violent racketeering and drug conspiracies Thursday afternoon at a press conference.
Maple The Cat Is Up For Adoption At The MD SPCAMaple is an active, cuddly girl who is just 5 months old. She would be very happy starting out in one room with food, water, toys, and at least one litter box for about a week. She would like to slowly explore more space overtime. She likes a very clean litter box. Maple is what we call a Tortoise Shell color or “Torti”. Isn’t that striped face adorable?
Chopper 13 Over The Scene Of Where A Child Was Shot In BaltimoreBaltimore police are investigating after a 3-year-old was shot in the hand.
Baltimore Police Commissioner Says Illegal Dice Games Led To ViolenceDisputes stemming from dice games led to several violent crimes in Baltimore last week, police commissioner Michael Harrison said.
"TREY DID IT!!!!" | Orioles' Mancini Finishes Chemotherapy Following Colon Cancer DiagnosisSix months after being diagnosed with stage three colon cancer, Baltimore Orioles outfielder Trey Mancini has finished chemotherapy.
After 2-0 Start To Season, Ravens Shift Attention To Super Bowl Champion Kansas City ChiefsThe Super Bowl Champion Kansas City Chiefs, who won an overtime thriller in Los Angeles on Sunday, come to Baltimore for a primetime game next Monday night in a matchup of the two top Super Bowl favorites in the league.
'He'll Fight His Way Back': CB Tavon Young Tears ACL In Game Against TexansBaltimore Ravens cornerback Tavon Young tore his ACL Sunday during the team's game against the Houston Texans, Head Coach John Harbaugh said Monday.
Jazmyn Jackson On Athletes Unlimited Softball: 'These Are Some Talented Women Out Here'Jazmyn Jackson discusses her experience in the new professional softball league called Athletes Unlimited Softball and using her platform to discuss racial injustice.
'Say Their Names' | Ravens' Robert Griffin III Arrived To Sunday's Texans Game In BLM SweatshirtRobert Griffin III showed up to Sunday's game against the Houston Texans dressed in a sweatshirt adorned with images of the Black people who have died in police custody in the United States.
Ravens Extend Regular-Season Run, Topple Texans 33-16The Baltimore Ravens win 33-16 against the Houston Texans in their second week of the season!
Hippodrome Theatre Holding Contest To Give Free Tickets To Local HeroesDo you know a local star who has gone above and beyond to help their community? Now you can nominate them for a chance to win tickets to a Broadway show at the Hippodrome Theatre.
Baltimore's Charm School Project For Girls Hopes To Inspire Black & Brown Youth With New Short FilmThe Charm School Project for Girls is all about making sure black and brown girls celebrate their beauty and trust themselves to lead.
Reopening Maryland: American Visionary Art Museum To Reopen FridayThe American Visionary Art Museum in Baltimore is set to reopen this week.
'Stubby' The Rhino Leaving The Maryland Zoo After More Than 20 YearsThe Maryland Zoo announced Friday that their 27-year-old southern white rhinoceros, Stubby, will be moving from Baltimore to a private facility accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums.
Baltimore Museum Of Art Welcomes Back Visitors After Temporary Closure Caused By COVID-19 PandemicCalling all art lovers! The Baltimore Museum of Art is welcoming visitors again in a phased approach.
SEE IT: International Space Station Captures Baltimore, DC Metro Areas In Satellite ImageThe International Space Station shared a satellite image of the Baltimore and DC metro areas for space.
New Kim Klacik Ad Highlights Baltimore's Trash Problem AgainRepublican congressional candidate Kim Klacik released a new ad Sunday re-highlighting Baltimore's trash problems among other issues she said are plaguing Black city residents.
Mourners Gather Outside Supreme Court After Passing Of Justice Ruth Bader GinsburgHundreds of people gathered outside the U.S. Supreme Court Friday night to mourn the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Supreme Court Says Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Has Died Of Metastatic Pancreatic Cancer At Age 87The Supreme Court said Friday Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died of metastatic pancreatic cancer at the age of 87.
Tributes From Maryland Lawmakers, Leaders Pour In For Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader GinsburgTributes from Maryland lawmakers and leaders are pouring in for Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died Friday at the age of 87.
Maryland State Board Of Elections Releases List Of Ballot Drop Box LocationsThe Maryland State Board of Elections posted online Friday a list of statewide ballot drop box locations for the 2020 general election, as well as the dates each ballot drop box location will be available to voters.
Leading Maryland Lawmakers Rule Out Special SessionThe leaders of the Maryland General Assembly say they don’t plan to hold a special session this year.