Man In Stable Condition After He Was Shot In Face While Driving Early SaturdayA 37-year-old man was shot in the face as he was driving on Reisterstown Road early Saturday morning, Baltimore Police said.
Maryland State Police Investigating Fatal Multiple Vehicle Crash In Baltimore CountyMaryland State Police say one person died Friday afternoon as a result of a five car accident on the Inner Loop of Interstate 695 in are area of Hollins Ferry Road.
COVID-19 In Maryland: More Than 1.2K New Cases & 12 Deaths Reported SaturdayMaryland reported 1,277 new COVID-19 cases and 12 deaths, according to state health department data released Saturday morning.
Baltimore City Receives $2M In Funding For Minority Owned Business DevelopmentIn August, the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Minority Business Development Agency awarded $2,000,000 to the Mayor’s Office of Small, Minority and Women Business to operate the Mid-Atlantic Region Minority Business Development Agency Advanced Manufacturing Center.
Woman Found Dead In East Baltimore Fire Was Shot Beforehand, Police SayThe body of 55-year-old Pamela Pitts was found after crews battled a fire at a three-story apartment building at the 800 block of Abbott Court.
Maryland State Police To Assist U.S. Capitol Police With Security Ahead of Justice For J6 ProtestThe U.S. Capitol Police Chief says he is monitoring threats made online connected to the Justice for J6 rally. He has contacted the superintendent of the Maryland State Police for assistance with security for the event, which is being held at noon on Saturday. 
Harford County Council Is Asking University Of Maryland Upper Chesapeake To Reconsider Its Vaccine MandateCounty council Patrick Vinceti says he’s concerned because he says this mandate could cause 10 to 20 percent of the hospital’s staff to leave, further understaffing the hospital.
BWI Is On High Alert In Preparation For The J6 Rally This WeekendBWI Thurgood Marshall Airport is on high alert, Friday, ahead of a rally planned for Saturday in Washington D.C. 
MS-13 Gang Member Sentenced To 35 Years In Prison For Participating In A Racketeering EnterpriseA U.S. District Judge sentenced 23-year-old Moises Alexis Reyes-Canales, of Annapolis, to 35 years in federal prison for conspiracy to participate in a racketeering enterprise and to using, carrying, and discharging a firearm during a crime of violence, in connection with his MS-13 gang activities, including murder and two attempted murders.