Howard County Rangers Recognized For Saving Two LivesTwo Park Rangers who saved the lives of two residents by administering Narcan will be recognized.
Shelley Denise Battle Of Columbia Hit By Truck And Killed Friday, Howard County Police SayA 47-year-old woman was killed when she was hit by a Mack truck as she walked along a road in Columbia early Friday, Howard County Police said.
Howard County Leads Maryland With 97% Of Seniors Having Received At Least One Dose Of COVID-19 VaccineHoward County Executive Calvin Ball announced that 97.5 percent of residents 65 and older have received at least one dose of the covid-19 vaccine. Nearly, 94 percent of residents 65 and older are fully vaccinated against covid-19. 
Man Killed In Early Morning Crash In Howard County, Alcohol Possibly Involved
Howard County Prepares For Vaccine Boosters, Third DosesThe county has the highest vaccination rate in Maryland, but breakthrough infections are increasing amid the spread of the highly transmissible Delta variant. 
Howard County Executive Ball Selects Louis Winston As New Fire ChiefCalvin Ball, Howard County Executive, named Louis Winston to be the next Chief of the Department of Fire and Rescue Services (HCDFRS).
Howard County Tries To Reduce Incarceration Rate With New ProgramHoward County is helping potential criminals stay out of jail by getting them the help they need.
Maryland Businesses Begin Flooding Preparation As Ida Remnants Travel Through RegionAs Ida moves North, Maryland is bracing for rain, wind and potential flooding in low-lying areas.
Columbia Man Injured In Parking Lot ShootingHoward County police are investigating a non-lethal shooting Monday in Columbia.
Students Return To School In Baltimore City, Baltimore County and Howard CountyMonday marked the first day of school, not only here in Baltimore City, but in Baltimore, Howard and several other counties in Maryland.
Families Across The Region Share How They Prepared For First Day Of SchoolFor the first time in 16 months, tens of thousands of backpacks have been packed and students are leaving their homes to attend school in person.