Baltimore County School Board Approves Post Labor Day Start For 2020-21 School YearThe Baltimore County School Board approved a post Labor Day Start for the 2020-21 school year.
Maryland Gang Leader Sentenced To Life In Prison For Murder, RacketeeringA 40-year-old Windsor Mill man who was the leader of a Maryland gang was sentenced Tuesday to life in prison for murder and racketeering, the justice department said.
Amazon Partners With Maryland Food Bank In Fight Against HungerAmazon is partnering with the Maryland Food Bank to make sure every child in the state is fed. 
Both 12-Year-Old Boys Found Safe In Baltimore CountyTimothy Gaskins, 12, seen in the white shirt, and David Caldwell, 12, seen in the black sweatshirt are pictured below:
Silver Alert Out For Missing 90-Year-Old Randallstown ManAnyone who sees him should call 911, police said.
Baltimore County Murders Up More Than 50 Percent In 2019So far, there have been 38 murders in the county in 2019 compared to 25 at this time last year.
Divided Baltimore County Council Approves Legislation Banning Housing Discrimination Based On Income SourceThe council voted 4-3 Monday night to approve the Housing Opportunities Made Equal (HOME) Act, which would prohibit landlords and others from refusing to rent to someone based solely on income.
Man Critically Injured In Pikesville ShootingOne man was critically injured in a shooting in Pikesville Monday evening, police said.
Rosedale Man Pleads Guilty To Killing Stepmother, Neighbor32-year-old Ryan Michael McGuire admitted in an interview with police that he killed 61-year-old neighbor Cindy Berdina Testerman and his 66-year-old stepmother, Judy Elizabeth Slebzak.
Fire Damages Two Townhomes In HalethorpeOfficials are investigating the cause of a fire that damaged two townhomes in Baltimore County Monday.
Franklin Middle School Student Found With 'Lookalike Weapon'A Franklin Middle School student was found with a lookalike weapon Friday, Baltimore County Schools confirms.
Baltimore County Launches Workgroup To Study Equitable PolicingBaltimore County officials Friday announced the creation of a workgroup to study equitable policing and make recommendations to reduce disparities in policing.
Water Bills With Incorrect Due Dates Go Out To Baltimore County ResidentsMany residents got bills that were incorrectly marked as due on November 1. The department said Friday the correct due date is 21 days after the bill was received.
Report: Former Ravens RB Alex Collins Gets 3-Game Suspension For Spring ArrestFormer Ravens running back Alex Collins has been handed a three-game suspension from the NFL for his arrest in the spring, NFL Network reports.
Storms Leave Behind Damage; Traps Some Drivers In High WaterThere were reports of high water in parts of Maryland after a strong storm rolled through the region on Halloween night.