University Of Maryland Starts Anew Under Locksley, Who Returns To RootsMike Locksley, hired in December after a successful run as Alabama's offensive coordinator, hopes his three years with the Crimson Tide will ultimately pay off at Maryland.
Waldorf Man Killed In Md. Route 5 Hit-And-RunThe vehicle fled after the crash, police said. They believe it is a newer model white Ford F-250 or F-350 Crew Cab with damage in the right front headlamp.
SB Howard Street Reopens Tuesday AfternoonTwo lanes of southbound Howard Street reopened Tuesday at noon, Baltimore City Department of Transportation said earlier Tuesday morning.
Baltimore Felon Sentenced To 7 Years In Federal Prison For Illegal Possession Of A FirearmJustin Hopkins, of Baltimore, illegally possessed a firearm and fired it at the father of his girlfriend's child- in front of the child- according to his guilty plea.
Port Of Baltimore Awarded $703K For Security Upgrade Funding By FEMAThe Port of Baltimore is getting some cash to strengthen their security, including stronger access control points and cybersecurity.
Samuel Cooper Gets Two Life Sentences Plus 38 Years In Shooting Death Of Baltimore Defense Attorney's Stepson22-year-old Louis "Cody" Dorsey-Young was killed in the crossfire during a gas station shooting in July 2017.
Vehicle Fire In Fort McHenry Tunnel Causes Delays On SB I-95All lanes reopened after the vehicle fire shut down the left tube.
First Responders' Quick Actions Helped Save BPD Sergeant Isaac Carrington's LifeJust days after being shot, Sgt. Carrington said "I love ya'll. I'm 10-8. I'll be back."
Harmful Toxic That Led To Dogs Deaths In N.C. Found In Maryland This SummerThe death of three dogs in North Carolina connected to a blue-green algae bloom in a pond they were swimming in is leading to renewed focus on water quality across the country, including in Maryland, where the same type of algae have been found this summer.
Three Suspects Wanted In Mount Vernon Home InvasionBaltimore police posted a video asking the public to identify three people seen breaking into a home in the area.
Maryland Lottery, Casino Contributions Set New Record In Fiscal Year 2019Maryland's lottery and casinos contributed a record $1.311 billion to the state in fiscal year 2019, the state lottery and gaming agency said Monday.
Second Doctor Finds Catherine Hoggle Unfit For Trial But Still 'Dangerous' In Murder Case Of Her Two ChildrenLast week, Hoggle blacked out at Clifton T. Perkins Hospital where she's being treated with a new anti-psychotic drug called "clozapine"
Brooklyn Park Farmers Market Creator Wins National Award For Summer Meal ProgramsThe farmers market offers kids the chance to earn free fruits and vegetables, learn about nutrition and have a little fun with local first responders.
Maryland Panel On Lynching Begins Study Of KillingsA Maryland commission that will research at least 40 lynchings committed in the state between 1854 and 1933 and make recommendations about reconciliation held its first meeting Monday.
30-Year-Old Woman Last Seen In Catonsville On August 2Sierra Bouchat was last seen in the 6300 block of Balto. National Pike 21228 at 9:30 p.m.