64 Percent Of Marylanders Are REAL ID Compliant Ahead Of October DeadlineWednesday morning, the Motor Vehicle Administration celebrated its three millionth REAL ID customer at its Baltimore City branch on Reisterstown Road.
Baltimore Councilman Zeke Cohen Working To Create Scholarship In Memory Of Destiny HarrisonBaltimore city councilman Zeke Cohen is working with the family of a young business owner who was fatally shot inside her hair salon late last year to establish a scholarship fund in her name.
Number Of Cold Deaths In Maryland Reaches 36; More Than One-Third Of Victims May Have Been HomelessThirty-six cold-related deaths have been reported in Maryland so far during the 2019-2020 reporting period.
Baltimore Police Searching For Suspect In Attempted Sexual AssaultDetectives in Baltimore are searching for a man they believe entered a northwest Baltimore home and tried to sexually assault a woman inside.
Former Ravens Safety Tony Jefferson Welcomes TwinsFormer Baltimore Raven Tony Jefferson just welcomed two baby girls into the world!
BSO Music Director Marin Alsop To Step Down Following 2020-21 SeasonThe BSO plans to form a search committee to find a new Music Director.
Baltimore Is 66th Hardest-Working City In U.S., Report FindsThe top five cities included Anchorage, Alaska; San Francisco, California; Virginia Beach, Virginia; Cheyenne, Wyoming; and Irving, Texas.
Police-Involved Shooting Leads To New Focus On Emergency Preparedness, Trauma ResponseAfter two Baltimore area police officers were shot in the line of duty while serving a warrant earlier this month, the urgency of trauma response training in moments of chaos and danger took center stage.
Original National Anthem Manuscript To Make Rare Appearance Inside Maryland State HouseThe Maryland Historical Society in downtown Baltimore is doing something so rare, it's bound to attract tourists to the Maryland State House in Annapolis.
Maryland Lawmakers Consider Nearly $400M Plan To Revitalize Pimlico, Keep Preakness In BaltimoreMaryland lawmakers are considering a bill that would revitalize the Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore in a bid to keep the Preakness Stakes in the city.
55-Year-Old Man Shot In Baltimore's Medfield Neighborhood, Police SayPolice are investigating after a 55-year-old man was shot in the leg in the Medfield neighborhood of north Baltimore on Tuesday night.
'This Could Be Bad' | Baltimore Residents Worried As CDC Says Coronavirus Will Spread In The U.S.The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Tuesday it expects the coronavirus will spread in the U.S. and asked citizens to prepare.
What Is A Paczki? Why You Might See This Tasty Treat Around Baltimore On Fat TuesdayPronounced, poonch-ski, the popular treat is traditionally eaten on Fat Tuesday.
Jury Finds Baltimore Man Guilty Of Murder, Handgun ChargesA Baltimore man was found guilty Monday of first-degree murder and handgun charges.
Baltimore Moves Forward With Security Camera Rebate ProgramThe city of Baltimore could soon make it easier for residents and business owners to pay for personal security cameras.