EEOC Sues Maryland Cannabis Dispensary Over Alleged Sexual Harassment By General ManagerThe U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is suing Nature's Medicines and AMMA Investment Group, alleging the general manager of one of their Maryland locations subjected employees to sexual harassment.
Andre Briscoe Indicted For Allegedly Fatally Shooting Woman, 7-Year-Old Child During 2015 Armed RobberyAn alleged Maryland drug dealer has been indicted at the federal level on a number of charges after officials said he shot and killed a woman and her seven-year-old child during a 2015 armed robbery.
Additional $60M Available For Baltimore School Construction Through 21st Century School Buildings ProgramAn additional $60 million is available to help build schools in Baltimore, Gov. Larry Hogan announced Friday.
Shawn Marshall Myers, Maryland Man Who Held Large Outdoor Gatherings Despite COVID-19 Order, Sentenced To Year In JailA Charles County man who held multiple large gatherings earlier this year in violation of Gov. Larry Hogan's emergency order banning gatherings of 10 or more people due to the coronavirus has been sentenced to a year in jail, the county's state's attorney's office said Friday.
John Hartman Jr. Charged After Allegedly Firing Gun During Confrontation In Frederick CountyA Frederick man faces a number of charges stemming from a shooting that happened Wednesday morning, the Frederick County Sheriff's Office said.
Man Whose Body Found Near I-695 In Baltimore County Suffered Injuries Consistent With Crash, Police SayA man whose body was found near Interstate 695 in Baltimore County Thursday afternoon suffered injuries consistent with a vehicle crash, Maryland State Police said Friday.
Maryland Begins Mailing Ballots To VotersBallots are now being mailed to voters in Maryland, the state elections board announced Thursday.
Maryland's Law Enforcement Bill Of Rights Could Be Repealed As Lawmakers Weigh Police ReformsMaryland's Law Enforcement Bill of Rights could be repealed amid nationwide calls for policing reforms.
Gov. Hogan Says It Would Be 'A Mistake' For Senate To 'Ram Through' SCOTUS NomineeIn an interview at the Texas Tribune Festival, Hogan said it would be a mistake for members of his party to push through a Supreme Court nominee before Election Day.
State Senate Addresses Several Police Accountability Bills In MarylandA rare state Senate hearing was held Wednesday outside of session and addressed several police accountability bills.
Brenda Thiam Appointed To Vacant Seat In House Of Delegates, Becomes First Black Republican Woman In General AssemblyA behavioral health specialist from Washington County has become the first Black Republican woman to serve in Maryland's General Assembly following her appointment by Gov. Larry Hogan.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Remembered As Prophet For Justice, American IconWith crowds of admirers swelling outside, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was remembered Wednesday at the court by grieving family, colleagues and friends as a prophet for justice who persevered against long odds to become an American icon.
Restaurants Should Be Able To Use Barriers To Avoid 6-Foot Distance Between Tables, Group ArguesThe Restaurant Association of Maryland is calling on the state to allow restaurants to use physical barriers between tables and booths as a way to avoid the mandatory six feet of distance required amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Cinemark Egyptian 24 At Arundel Mills Reopens FridayAnother movie theater in the Baltimore area is reopening more than six months after being forced to close due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Local Oyster Opening New Location In Locust PointThere will soon be a new restaurant to check out in Baltimore's Locust Point neighborhood.
Unemployment Drops In Maryland With More Than 9,000 Claims Filed In Last WeekUnemployment numbers in Maryland dropped by more than 4,000 with 9,185 new claims filed in the last week.
IKEA Plans To Donate More Than $2M, Amount Employees Got In Unemployment, To Md., DC NonprofitsIKEA plans to donate more than $2.1 million, the amount its employees got in state unemployment benefits during store closures and furloughs, to nonprofits in the Baltimore and Washington, D.C., areas.
Now Hiring: Best Buy Holding Seasonal Job Fairs In Baltimore Area; Retailers Gearing Up For Holiday ShoppingBest Buy is hiring thousands of employees nationwide, including in Maryland, ahead of the 2020 holiday shopping season.
Michael Phelps, Duff Goldman Will Have Cutouts For Ravens-Chiefs Monday Night Football GameThe Ravens are taking on the Chiefs this Monday in Baltimore and it looks like two local celebrities are cheering on the home team.
Jeff Daniels On Portraying Jim Comey For 'The Comey Rule': 'Here's Comey's Side Of The Story, Authentic''Jeff Daniels discusses playing former FBI director Jim Comey in the Showtime original 'The Comey Rule.'
Coronavirus & Halloween: 6 Safe Ways To Trick-Or-Treat, Celebrate With The KidsMany parents and kids are heartbroken that Halloween won't look the same this year as the country is still addressing the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Hippodrome Theatre Holding Contest To Give Free Tickets To Local HeroesDo you know a local star who has gone above and beyond to help their community? Now you can nominate them for a chance to win tickets to a Broadway show at the Hippodrome Theatre.
Reopening Maryland: American Visionary Art Museum To Reopen FridayThe American Visionary Art Museum in Baltimore is set to reopen this week.
Ravens' Matt Judon Says He's Changing His Pre-Game Pizza Ritual Because Of COVID: 'Pizza Can Be Delivered Anywhere'The Ravens linebacker likes to visit the top pizza spot in each town he goes to prior to games. But, this year, that routine has changed a bit.
Countries Should Meet These Five Criteria Before Easing Lockdowns, Study Says. Many Aren't Even CloseCountries should not ease coronavirus lockdown restrictions until they meet five criteria -- and many nations are not even close, according to a new analysis published in The Lancet medical journal.
Jockeys Riding At Pimlico On Preakness Weekend Face TestingJockeys riding in the Preakness and other races at Pimlico next weekend must undergo a COVID-19 test within 72 hours of their first mount.
Cecil College Closes Due To Positive COVID-19 CaseCecil College has closed all of its campuses Friday after a positive COVID-19 case was reported.
Coronavirus In Maryland: Positivity Rate Continues To Decline As Cases Surpass 122KThe coronavirus positivity rate continues to decline Friday as total cases reach 122,359.
Virginia Governor Ralph Northam, Wife Test Positive For CoronavirusVirginia Gov. Ralph Northam announced Friday that he and his wife have both tested positive for the coronavirus, though he said he is showing no symptoms.
City Schools Partner With Uber, Lyft To Give Students Free Rides To Immunization AppointmentsBaltimore City Public Schools are partnering with Lyft and Uber to help students get their immunizations.
Social Security's 2021 increase may be among smallest everProjected 1.3% bump would come after Social Security benefits have lost almost one-third of their buying power.
What to expect from the New York Film Festival amid the pandemicOnline screenings, drive-in venues and streaming conversations with filmmakers characterize this pandemic year's edition of New York's premier celebration of cinema.
As fossil fuel jobs falter, renewables come to the rescue"People don't realize it, but there is a 100% renewable revolution going on right underneath our feet."
For working moms, coronavirus can take a toll on careersIncreased childcare duties during the pandemic usually falls on mothers, forcing them to sacrifice jobs and income.
Breonna Taylor's family demands to see evidence from grand juryBreonna Taylor's family is demanding to see the evidence that Kentucky's Attorney General presented to the grand jury who decided to not bring charges over her death. Meanwhile, Louisville and other cities across the country are bracing for more unrest. Jericka Duncan reports.
Trump is expected to nominate Amy Coney Barrett to Supreme CourtHe is expected to announce Judge Amy Coney Barrett as his Supreme Court nominee at 5 p.m. Saturday.
Terror probe after 2 stabbed at former Charlie Hebdo office in Paris"I saw a guy that was in his 30s or 40s with an axe in his hand who was walking behind a victim covered in blood," a witness said.
Two people stabbed in Paris near former headquarters of Charlie HebdoA stabbing attack in Paris left two people hospitalized in critical condition. The attack occurred near the former office of Charlie Hebdo, and authorities are investigating the assailant's ties to Islamic extremist groups. Charlie D'agata reports.
U.S. envoy says the U.N. "should be cheering us," not criticizing"To my disgust and astonishment, each country used the opportunity to really be very negative about the United States," Trump's U.N. ambassador tells CBS News.
Rat awarded medal for sniffing out dozens of landminesMagawa is the first rat to win the award.
U.K. reports record number of new virus casesLondon, home to almost 9 million people, is being labelled an "area of concern."
380 secret detention camps reportedly found in ChinaMore of the facilities resemble prisons, an Australian think tank says.