Bus Drivers Prepare To Unionize After Strike In Anne Arundel CountyThe Annapolis bus drivers who were on strike earlier this week are preparing to unionize. They notified their employer Thursday morning. 
Annapolis Police Department Mourning The Loss Of Lt. Brian DellaAnnapolis Police announced the passing of 28-year veteran, Lt. Brian Della.
Crews On Scene Of Crash In Anne Arundel CountyChopper 13 is over the scene of an overturned vehicle. At this time, Ritchie Highway is closed in both directions at Arnold Road.
Middle School Student Escapes Attempted Kidnapping In Annapolis, Police InvestigatingPolice are investigating after a middle schooler says a man attempted to grab her as she walked toward a bus stop in Annapolis. 
Maryland Board Of Public Works Approves Contract To Renovate Bathrooms At BWI AirportThe Maryland Board of Public Works approved a contract to modernize the public bathrooms at BWI Airport, officials announced Wednesday. 
Spirit Airlines To Offer Nonstop Flight From BWI Airport To Miami InternationalSpirit Airlines announced a new nonstop flight from BWI Airport to Miami International. 
Maryland Residents Eligible For Free Medical Equipment Under Re-Use ProgramTen percent of Maryland adults have a mobility-related disability, according to the CDC report.
Anne Arundel County Fire Employee Arrested Over 'Threat Of Mass Violence'An employee of the Anne Arundel County Fire Department was arrested Tuesday for making threats of mass violence at his workplace, Anne Arundel County Police said.
Baltimore Man, 27, Dies After Dirt Bike Crash In Brooklyn ParkInvestigators said on September 30 around 7 p.m., a dirt bike traveling north on Kramme Avenue ran a stop sign, striking a car traveling west on Audrey Avenue.
Sports Wagering Licenses For Horseshoe, Live! And MGM National Harbor Forwarded To CommissionApplications for sports wagering licenses from Maryland's three largest casinos have been forwarded to a state commission for final approval, the Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Commission said Wednesday.
'What If They Get The Shot & In 5 Years Something Goes Wrong?' Possible Vaccine Mandates For Students Stir Up Debates In Anne Arundel CountyThe debate over COVID safety measures like masks was already a topic of debate. Now, a suggestion on mandating vaccines for children who are eligible could be stirring the pot once again.
'Remain Alert & Watch Out For Others': October Is National Pedestrian Safety MonthIn 2020, 61 people were killed while walking in the Baltimore region, with September, October and November being the months when most pedestrian crashes happen. 
'A Grossly Underpaid Job': Anne Arundel County Executive Says Drivers Must Earn Living Wage On Second Day Of Bus Driver StrikePittman said he will attend a school board meeting at noon Tuesday to call on the board to change the way contracts are written with the bus companies the county enlists. 
Gov. Larry Hogan Announces More Than $155M To Support Maryland Child Care ProvidersGovernor Larry Hogan announced that more than $155 million in Child Care Stabilization Grants will be distributed across Maryland to licensed child care centers and registered family child care providers. 
School Bus Drivers In Anne Arundel County On Strike, Demanding Better Working ConditionsNearly 100 school bus routes were canceled in Anne Arundel County Monday because of a bus driver strike.