'She Was Everybody's Friend': 18-Year-Old Woman Shot, Killed Sunday Identified As Nayely Paz; Suspect WantedPolice are still searching for a suspect in the Sunday shooting that killed an 18-year-old woman and injured a 19-year-old man in northeast Baltimore. 
Police: Kingsville Man Putting Up Black Lives Matter Sign Arrested After Shooting At Truck Of Trump SupportersA Kingsville man was arrested Saturday after allegedly shooting at a truck with a Trump sign on it, police said Monday. 
Hogan Explains Vote For Ronald Reagan In 2020 Presidential Race: 'I Don't Think Either One Of The Candidates Is The Right Choice'Gov. Larry Hogan on Monday explained his rationale for writing in the late former President Ronald Reagan at the top of the ticket when he cast his ballot for the 2020 election.
Coronavirus In Maryland: 4 More Deaths, Nearly 500 New Cases Reported MondayFour more Marylanders have died from the coronavirus as cases around the state surpass 136,000.
Hundreds Of Harford, Carroll County Students Return To In-Person Learning; Some Stay Virtual Due To PandemicSchools in Harford and Carroll Counties reopened on a limited basis Monday with some students in the classroom for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic began.
Mosby 'Concerned' About Potential Violence Around Election, Though She Doesn't Expect Baltimore To Be 'Flashpoint'Election Day is two weeks away, and Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby said she's "concerned" violence could break out before and after the election.
James Robellard Fatally Shoots Estranged Wife, Injures Another Man In Somerset County, Police SayThe suspect in a fatal shooting in Somerset County over the weekend killed his estranged wife and shot another man before that man shot him, Maryland State Police said Monday.
Pikesville First-Grader Spreading Smiles One Sandwich At A TimeA seven-year-old boy from Pikesville is giving back to the community with the goal of making people smile one sandwich at a time.
Gov. Larry Hogan Announces $10M Maryland Farmer COVID-19 Relief ProgramA big boost is coming for farmers on Maryland's Eastern Shore and elsewhere who have been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic.