Maryland Red Cross Volunteers Deploy To North CarolinaVolunteers from Maryland and Delmarva chapters of The Greater Chesapeake Region of American Red Cross are leaving for North Carolina daily to bring assistance to those devastated by Hurricane Florence.
Pain Patients Rally For Easing Opioid RestrictionsAbout two dozen people attended a rally in front of the Maryland State House on Tuesday where participants held signs that said: "Don't Punish Pain," and "Make Health Care Again."
Maryland Still Feeling Florence's Heavy RainsThe remnants of Florence were still being felt Tuesday afternoon, with bouts of heavy rain Maryland can’t seem to shake.
Man Faces Attempted Murder Charges After Shooting Man In Severn39-year-old Keith Brown is charged with attempted murder and several other counts after he allegedly shot a man Monday night in Severn, Md.
Flood Warning Issued For Baltimore City, Anne Arundel, Howard, and Baltimore CountiesFlood warnings have been issued for Baltimore City, Anne Arundel, Howard, and Baltimore Counties until 11:45PM Tuesday night.
15 Years Later, Hurricane Isabel's Wrath Still RememberedHurricane Isabel pushed a storm surge up the Chesapeake Bay in September 2013, flooding Annapolis and triggering water rescues in Baltimore.
Police: 'Black Lives Matter' Sign Stolen From Church"Black Lives Matter" signs at several area churches have been defaced or stolen for years. One church changed its sign to read "Dismantle Racism" after it was repeatedly defaced.
Fishermen Worry Heavy Rains Could Affect Conowingo Dam Yet AgainLast month, Annapolis found itself choked with debris, following record rains in July. Fishermen worry that could be a problem again after Florence storms.