Man Dies After Fire In Northeast BaltimoreA man died from cardiac arrest after a fire in northeast Baltimore Wednesday, the Baltimore Fire Department said. 
Massive Internet Outage: FedEx, Southwest, McDonald's Among Websites That Briefly Go DownA sweeping internet disruption on Thursday briefly took out a wide range of major corporate websites — from FedEx and Southwest Airlines to HSBC and McDonald's.
Who Is Keith Davis Jr., The Baltimore Man Facing 5th Murder Trial In Death Of Kevin JonesKeith Davis Jr. is a suspect in the 2015 murder of Maryland Jockey Club security guard Kevin Jones.
COVID-19 In Maryland: Cases Increase By More Than 300 In A DayMaryland reported 303 new COVID-19 cases and six new deaths, according to state health department data released Monday morning. It’s the tenth straight day the state has reported over 100 new cases.
Thomas Sobocinski Named Special Agent In Charge Of FBI Baltimore Field OfficeThe Federal Bureau of Investigation named Maryland native Thomas Sobocinski Special Agent in Charge of the FBI Baltimore Field Office Tuesday. 
‘Some Measure of Justice’ Baltimore City Pays $525K To Victim Who Says Corrupt GTTF Cops Wrongly Sent Him To Prison, Part of $14 Million In SettlementsThe Baltimore Board of Estimates approved a $525,000 payout related to the Gun Trace Task Force Wednesday.
MTA Officer Indicted On Second-Degree Assault, Misconduct Charges After He Allegedly Punched Man RepeatedlyA Maryland Transit Administration officer was indicted on second-degree assault and misconduct charges after he allegedly punched a man on the platform repeatedly. 
Keith Davis Jr.'s Supporters Ask Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby To Drop Charges Against Him Ahead Of 5th Murder TrialKeith Davis Jr.'s supporters urged Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby to drop the charges against him Wednesday.
Local Cartoonist Barbara Dale Documents Pandemic Using Toilet Paper RollsBarbara Dale used the materials she had at hand to chronicle a year none of us will ever forget -- and the materials at hand just happened to be -- toilet paper rolls.
Maryland Could Receive $485M In Opioid Settlement With Distributors & ManufacturersMaryland could receive as much as $485 million as part of a $26 billion multi-state settlement in connection with an ongoing investigation of the three largest opioid distributors in the United States.
State Accepting Applications From Local School Systems To Assist With Covid-19 Protocols & TestingWe're just a little over a month away from kids heading back into the classrooms and the state is looking to help local school districts foot the bill for COVID-19 testing. 
Meadows 2-Out, 2-Run Single In 9th, Rays Beat Orioles 5-4Austin Meadows hit a two-out, two-run single in the ninth inning and the Tampa Bay Rays rallied past the Baltimore Orioles 5-4 on Wednesday.
Maryland Zoo Says It's Now Free Of Single-Use PlasticsThe Maryland Zoo in Baltimore announced Wednesday it is free of single-use plastics, including drinking water.
Baltimore Man Injured In Fire In His Home WednesdayA Baltimore man was injured in a fire at his home Wednesday, the Baltimore Fire Department said.
Devontay Douglas Of Baltimore Sentenced To 10 Years In Federal Prison For 2018 Armed CarjackingA Baltimore man was sentenced Wednesday to 10 years in federal prison, followed by three years of supervised release, for his role in an armed carjacking in Baltimore three years ago, according to the Maryland District of the U.S. Attorney's Office.