Shortage In COVID Testing Kits Driving Up Lab-Based DemandA shortage of COVID-19 rapid tests continues nationwide, including at many stores in Maryland.
Baltimore County Couple Sues Police Department After Traumatizing EncounterOn April 8, 2021, James Como and Wanda Redd attended a family gathering in the Overlea neighborhood of Baltimore County. 
Two BCPS Students & Two Recent Graduates Appointed To Serve On Maryland Youth Advisory CouncilTwo Baltimore County Public Schools students along with two recent graduates were appointed to serve on Maryland's Youth Advisory Council, officials announced.
'We've Been Here 37 Years' Jilly's In Pikesville Reopens For BusinessA Pikesville landmark destroyed by fire has reopened for business.
21-Year-Old Christopher James Engles Convicted Of First-Degree Murder In Shooting Death Of Taylor India WebbOfficials announced that 21-year-old Christopher James Engles was convicted by a jury of first-degree murder in the 2019 shooting death of Taylor India Webb. 
Towson University Celebrates Ribbon Cutting For New StarTUp Accelerator ProgramTowson University President Dr. Kim Schatzel and Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski is launching Towson University’s StarTUp at the renovated Towson Armory.
Anonymous Donor Gives $1 Million To Stevenson UniversityStevenson University is getting a nice boost from an anonymous donor who recently gave the school $1 million.
Pedestrian Struck And Killed In Nottingham Monday MorningA pedestrian died after they were hit by a car on Pulaski Highway in Nottingham Monday morning, police say. 
Two Hurt In Towson Shooting Sunday MorningTwo people were hurt in a shooting in Towson early Sunday morning, Baltimore County Police said. 
Owings Mills Couple Charged In $20M Insurance Fraud SchemeOfficials announced that a Baltimore County couple has been charged with conspiracy to commit insurance fraud and related charges for money laundering, filing false tax returns and identity theft.
Three Men Convicted Of Federal Charges In Connection To A Series Of Home Burglaries Committed In Maryland & GeorgiaOfficials announced that three men have been convicted for conspiracy and for transportation of stolen property taken during a series of burglaries committed in Maryland and Georgia.