Baltimore County Delegate Pre-Files Legislation That Would Punish People Who Vandalize Statues With Up To 10 Years In PrisonA Baltimore County lawmaker has pre-filed legislation that would punish people who vandalize or destroy state monuments with up to 10 years in prison.
16-Year-Old Charged In Several Baltimore Armed CarjackingsA 16-year-old was charged in several armed carjackings in Baltimore.
Woman Who Swung At Baltimore Police Officer During Traffic Stop May Not Serve Jail Time, Attorney SaysThe woman who swung at a Baltimore police officer downtown before another officer knocked her to the ground may not serve any jail time, her lawyer told WJZ on Wednesday.
Maryland Zoo Announces Birth Of Male Blue DuikerThe Maryland Zoo in Baltimore announced the birth of a male blue duiker Wednesday.
Guns, Drugs Seized In Baltimore Raid, 31-Year-Old Man ChargedGuns and drugs were seized in a raid in Baltimore's Western district.
Reopening Baltimore: Parking Meter Enforcement Will Resume On July 13Baltimore city's Department of Transportation and parking authority will resume parking meter enforcement on July 13. 
Baltimore Police Sgt. Bill Shiflett Back To 'Full Duty' Year After Methadone Clinic ShootingIt's been almost a year since a gunman opened fired inside a Baltimore methadone clinic killing one person and injuring two, including a Baltimore police sergeant.
Men Twice As Likely To Die From COVID-19 Than Women, Study SaysWhile men and women are equally as likely to contract COVID-19, new studies are showing that men are being hit harder by the disease than counterparts.
Coronavirus Latest: Johns Hopkins, University Of Maryland Announce Plans For Fall SemesterCollege life is sure to be different this fall amid the COVID-19 pandemic, and many students are wondering what they can expect.
Johns Hopkins University Officials 'Deeply Concerned' About New Student And Exchange Visitor Program GuidanceOfficials at Johns Hopkins University said they're "deeply concerned" by the new guidance regarding the Student and Exchange Visitor Program.
Maryland Delegate Nino Mangione Introduces Monument Protection Act Of 2021Maryland Delegate Nino Mangione is introducing a bill ahead of next year's legislative session aimed at protecting monuments.
Juvenile Thrown From Boat On Sue Creek, Injured After Being Struck By Propeller, Officials SayA juvenile was injured at Sue Creek Tuesday after a wave hit their boat, causing them to be tossed into the water, officials said. 
Attorneys For Men In Viral Video Involving Baltimore Police Sergeant Say The Department 'Cannot Police Themselves'A viral video of an alleged attack on a Baltimore Police sergeant in January is coming into question.
With Offices Closed Due To Coronavirus, Property Managers, Building Owners Wonder What's NextIt’s been an unusually quiet year in the heart of the city with many offices shut down to prevent the spread of COVID-19. 
Coronavirus In Maryland: Baltimore Among Hardest Hit Areas; Health Officials Remind Residents To 'Be Vigilant'Maryland has surpassed 70,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19, and a total of 3,140 people have died as a result of the virus.