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New Trial Ordered For Shawn Little Convicted In Mistaken Identity Killing Of Ray Glasgow, 17The Maryland Court of Special Appeals ordered a new trial for the man convicted in the mistaken identity killing of a popular lacrosse player.
Baltimore Police Seek Missing 38-Year-Old Robin MuscolinoBaltimore Police are asking for the public's help in finding a woman missing since last month.
Tony Evans Jr. Charged With Allegedly Shooting, Wounding Woman In August, Baltimore Police SayA 41-year-old man was charged with first-degree attempted murder earlier this month for allegedly shooting a woman in August, Baltimore Police said Saturday.
Two Shot In Separate Baltimore Shootings Saturday, Including Boy, 14Two people were shot in the leg in separate shootings in Baltimore Saturday, and one of them was a 14-year-old boy, Baltimore Police said.
Anne Arundel County Police Investigating Overnight Shooting In Glen BurnieAnne Arundel County Police are investigating a shooting that took place around 10:25p.m. in the 8000 block of Greenleaf Terrace.
COVID-19 In Maryland: More Than 1.5K New Cases & 6 Deaths Reported SaturdayMaryland reported 1,567 new COVID-19 cases and 6 new deaths, according to state health department data released Saturday morning.
Prince George's County Zebras Still On The Loose Three Weeks LaterTheir owner is an exotic animal trainer who is licensed to have them. The zebras have been spotted sporadically around the county.
New Recycling Carts To Be Distributed To 190K City Households, Beginning Sept. 28The city estimates it will generate 40 million pounds of recyclables per year.
Car Enthusiasts Head Down To H20i In Ocean City, Where Officials Are Preparing For Huge CrowdsIn 2020, the unofficial event led to more than 100 arrests, 345 cars towed and over 3,000 citations.
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.
Nicole Baker Hits A Ravens Running Back Drill At 'A Purple Evening'Think you could run with the Ravens? WJZ's Nicole Baker proved she can Tuesday night.
'Make Sure Ya'll Hugging Your Babies': Mother Of Peyton Evans, Child Killed In Landover Shooting, Speaks Out After ArrestsTiffani Evans stood with Prince George's County Police Officials Thursday morning as they announced the arrest of three young men in the death her son, Peyton 'PJ' Evans.
Gov. Hogan Announces Expanded Booster Shot EligibilityGovernor Larry Hogan announced Thursday that all Marylanders 65 or older that live in congregate care settings now qualify for booster shots.
The Homecoming Football Game Returned To Franklin High School On Friday, But The Dance Did NotAll eyes were on the football field Friday night at Franklin High School. After a year of canceled events, the school's homecoming football game was back, despite school officials canceling the homecoming dance for all public schools.
Mullins Gets To 30-30, But Orioles Fall To Rangers, 8-5Adolis García hit a go-ahead two-run double in a five-run ninth inning and the Texas Rangers snapped a five-game losing streak with 8-5 victory over the Baltimore Orioles on Friday night.
Maryland Football Team Wraps Up Nonconference Slate Against Kent StateMaryland will try to recapture that mistake-free groove Saturday when the unbeaten Terps host Kent State in their final nonconference game of the regular season.
Alejandro Villanueva Experiencing Ups And Downs After Joining RavensWhen his Baltimore Ravens lost at Las Vegas in their opener, Villanueva allowed two sacks and 10 pressures, according to Pro Football Focus. The following weekend, he allowed none of either as the Ravens beat Kansas City.
Chargers-Chiefs Preview: Kansas City 'Shouldn't Be In Shootouts Every Week,' Says CBS Sports' Charles DavisThe Chiefs win a lot of close games, while the Chargers lose a lot of close games, which could present an opportunity for an upset.
SportsLine Week 3 NFC East Picks: Eagles Will 'Keep It Close In A Division Matchup,' Says SportsLine's Larry HartsteinWith only three wins in the division so far, will the NFC East once again start to look more like the NFC Least in Week 3?
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Cancels Two Strathmore Shows And Relocates AnotherAs the Music Center at Strathmore continues negotiations with employees in its ticket office, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra is canceling two concerts at the venue and relocating another, one week after the orchestra announced schedule adjustments due to the labor stalemate.
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Relocates Strathmore Shows In Support Of Labor Negotiations At VenueThe Baltimore Symphony Orchestra is relocating two concerts from the Music Center at Strathmore as the North Bethesda venue continues negotiations with I.A.T.S.E. Local 868, the union representing ticket office workers.
Baltimore Indie Rock Artist Snail Mail Announces New Album 'Valentine,' Shares Title TrackSnail Mail, a.k.a. the rock outfit fronted by Maryland native Lindsey Jordan, is back with highly anticipated sophomore album "Valentine," due out Nov. 5 on indie label stalwart Matador Records.
New Album From Baltimore Hardcore Band Turnstile Debuts At #30 On Billboard Chart"Glow On," the third album from local hardcore group Turnstile, debuted at number 30 on Billboard's Top 200 chart tracking album sales, and currently ranks as the third-best selling vinyl album in the country.
Art Sound Now Concert Series Return To Walters Art Museum In Baltimore This SummerThe Walters Art Museum in Baltimore has announced the return of summer entertainment with a Thursday concert series, Art Sound Now.
Maryland Ranks No. 26 On List Of Best States, New Survey FindsIt's safe to say, most of us think Maryland is pretty great. We have Ocean City, the Preakness, great sports teams and a lot of history! But how do we compare to the rest of the nation?
Maryland Attorney General Frosh Offers Support For DOJ Challenge Of Texas Abortion LawMaryland Attorney General Brian Frosh on Wednesday offered his support for the Department of Justice's challenge of the new Texas law that bans abortions after six weeks.
Baltimore Congressional Delegation Announces $9M For Baltimore County To Reimburse COVID-19 ExpensesBaltimore County will receive nearly $10 million in federal funds as a reimbursement of some pandemic-related expenses, U.S. Sens. Chris Van Hollen and Ben Cardin and Reps. Dutch Ruppersberger, John Sarbanes and Kweisi Mfume announced on Tuesday.
Maryland Reports 9,900 Deaths Since COVID-19 Pandemic Began; Baltimore County Will Mandate Employee VaccinesBaltimore County will require all government employees to get vaccinated, Baltimore County Executive John Olszewski Jr. and Health Officer Dr. Gregory Wm. Branch announced on Thursday.
Anne Arundel County Commits To Using Equity Lens To Review Policies Under New Executive OrderAnne Arundel County Executive Steuart Pittman signed an executive order on Tuesday affirming the county government will use an "equity lens" when reviewing policies, procedures and practices as part of a commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion.
Rep. Jamie Raskin's Book 'Unthinkable' Coming Out Jan. 4U.S. Rep. Jamie Raskin of Maryland is working on a memoir in which he will reflect on the Jan. 6 siege of the Capitol and the tragedy he suffered a week earlier when his 25-year-old son Tommy killed himself.
Baltimore City Will Require Weekly Testing For All Employees Who Are Not Vaccinated By Oct. 18Mayor Brandon Scott on Tuesday said all city employees who are not fully vaccinated by Oct. 18 will have to submit to weekly testing.