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Shooting In Towson Under Investigation, Police SayPolice said the victim and the suspect were together when the shooting happened
WATCH: Mayor Brandon Scott Set To Provide Second American Rescue Plan Announcement TuesdayMayor Brandon Scott is set to provide his second priority investment announcement with Baltimore City's American Rescue Plan Act Tuesday.
Growing Number Of Covid Deaths Among Vaccinated In Maryland Linked to Diabetes; Hogan Pushes Booster Shots As State Prepares To Vaccinate ChildrenGovernor Hogan said the state is completing final preparations to vaccinate the 515,000 children who will become eligible once the CDC issues formal approval.
At Least 10 People Shot, 1 Killed, Over The Weekend In BaltimoreBaltimore City police said they are still looking for leads in several cases of violence from over the weekend.
'It's Very Inappropriate': Cell Phone Video Captures Sex Act In Woodlawn High School ClassA video clip circulating on social media that appears to show a sex act involving two students in a Woodlawn High School classroom is under investigation.
State Agencies Assists Dundalk Family After Their Toddler Tests Positive For Lead PoisoningA Dundalk family’s toddler tested positive for lead poisoning after they moved into a newly renovated home.
Rep. Anthony Brown Announces Run For MD Attorney GeneralU.S. Rep. Anthony Brown, the current representative of Maryland's 4th congressional district and a former lieutenant governor, announced he is running for Maryland attorney general in 2022.
Former Hogan Chief Of Staff To Remain Free Ahead Of TrialGov. Hogan's former Chief of Staff will remain free for now.
'It's Very Inappropriate': Cell Phone Video Captures Sex Act In Woodlawn High School ClassParents learned of the incident Oct. 8 through a letter sent home by Principal Jamel Jernigan, who said the school’s administration and law enforcement are looking into what happened in that classroom.
Chopper 13 Over Complex Rescue From Crash In WestminsterFirst responders rescued a driver trapped over a ravine after the car they were driving crashed over a median near a ravine
Gov. Larry Hogan Announces Framework To Spend Maryland's $2.5B Budget SurplusMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan on Thursday announced a five-point framework to spend the state's $2.5 billion budget surplus.
Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott Provides COVID-19 UpdateMayor Scott was joined by Health Commissioner Dr. Letitia Dzirasa
Chopper 13 Over Stranded Cars In Aberdeen FloodwatersHeavy rain flooded roads across the region Thursday. In Aberdeen, multiple cars were stuck on Route 40, drivers had to be rescued.
Orioles Center Fielder Cedric Mullins Is A Silver Slugger Award FinalistBaltimore Orioles center fielder Cedric Mullins, the first player in franchise history to hit 30 home runs and steal 30 bases, is a finalist for the Silver Slugger Award honoring baseball's top offensive players.
The Story Behind Showtime's New Russell Westbrook Documentary: 'This Is Russell Claiming His Own Narrative'Filmmakers Erik LeDrew and Meg Cirillo reveal there are discrepancies between the “Beastbrook” you see in explosive interviews, and the family man at home, working to give back to his Los Angeles community.
Ravens’ 5-Game Winning Streak Ends Amid Flurry Of MistakesHumiliated at home by a team they usually dominate, the Baltimore Ravens lamented their untimely penalties, missed tackles and shoddy pass coverage in a 41-17 blowout loss to the Cincinnati Bengals.
Burrow, Chase Lead Way As Bengals Speed Past Ravens 41-17Joe Burrow threw for a career-high 416 yards and three touchdowns, including a pivotal 82-yarder to rookie Ja’Marr Chase in the third quarter, and the Cincinnati Bengals won their AFC North showdown against the Baltimore Ravens in style, pulling away in the second half for a 41-17 victory Sunday.
OL Brandon Knight, Recently Claimed By Ravens, Says He's Taking A Break From FootballFormer Dallas Cowboys offensive lineman Brandon Knight says he's taking a break from football to address his mental health. Knight went from the Cowboys to Baltimore via waivers this week, but he did not report to the Ravens.
Gotham Chopra Sheds New Light On Russell Westbrook In SHOWTIME Doc: 'People Think He's Raw Emotion, There's A Lot Of Layers There''Passion Play: Russell Westbrook' co-director Gotham Chopra discusses getting to know the man behind the high-flying on-court persona of Lakers' star Russell Westbrook.
Walters Art Museum Announces Día De Los Muertos CelebrationsHalloween is right around the corner and so, too, is Día de los Muertos, a Mexican holiday celebrating friends and family who have passed on.
Walters Art Museum Receives $463K Grant From The National Endowment For The HumanitiesThe Walters Art Museum received a $463,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities to fund new inclusive, community engagement initiatives and continue to provide free exhibits and education classes, the museum announced Tuesday.
Baltimore Rock Opera Society And Maryland Zoo Partner On 'Monster World: Zoo Quest' Interactive FundraiserThe Baltimore Rock Opera Society and Maryland Zoo are partnering on "Monster World: Zoo Quest," a fundraiser that takes attendees through an interactive tour of the zoo grounds to see monsters from previous rock operas in their "natural habitat."
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Relocates Another Show Citing Strathmore Labor DisputeThe Baltimore Symphony Orchestra is relocating yet another show due to a labor dispute between management and the union representing employees in the ticket office at the Music Center at Strathmore.
Baltimore Artist Stephen Towns Featured In Smithsonian's National Museum Of African American History And CultureEach one of the portraits are of people from West Africa who were taken from their homes and forced into the Middle Passage Atlantic slave trade.
Baltimore Open Studio Tour Offers A Behind-The-Scenes Look At How Artists Make Their WorkThe Baltimore Open Studio Tour, an annual event now in its 33rd year, is part of Free Fall Baltimore. The public can meet with local artists, see their creative process and buy some of their work.
Rep. Anthony Brown Announces Run For MD Attorney GeneralU.S. Rep. Anthony Brown, the current representative of Maryland's 4th congressional district and a former lieutenant governor, announced he is running for Maryland attorney general.
WVa Gov. Justice, Legislative Leaders Welcome Idea Of Adding Three MD CountiesWest Virginia Gov. Jim Justice said he would welcome three counties in Western Maryland after state legislators from those jurisdictions sent letters asking to become part of the state.
President Joe Biden Addresses Several Issues During Thursday Night's Town HallWhen President Joe Biden's motorcade pulled up at Baltimore Center Stage Thursday night, both supporters and protesters were there to make some noise.
Key Takeaways From President Joe Biden's CNN Town HallDuring the CNN town hall, moderated by Anderson Cooper, the president touched on several issues including infrastructure, his domestic agenda, his "Build Back Better" plan, spending proposals, tax rates, supply chain issues and Covid during the 90-minute event.
Just Before CNN Town Hall, Hogan Calls Out Biden On Infrastructure LegislationGov. Larry Hogan called out President Biden on Thursday night, about an hour before the president is set to take the stage in Baltimore for a CNN town hall, saying he "abandoned" a bipartisan infrastructure package.
Mayor Scott Will Attend Biden's Baltimore Town Hall. Here's What He Says He Would Talk About With The PresidentMayor Brandon Scott will be in attendance at President Joe Biden's town hall in Baltimore Thursday night. If the mayor got a moment with the president, here's what he said they would talk about.