Coronavirus In Maryland: Amazon, Walmart Among Companies Hiring Temporary Workers Amid COVID-19 PandemicHere are some of the companies hiring for temporary or part-time work.
Coronavirus List: Restaurants Offer Free Delivery, No-Contact Delivery OptionsFrom free delivery to having food delivered without interacting with another human being, here's what companies are doing.
Lutherville Man Gets Carnegie Hero Award For Saving 7-Year-Old Who Nearly Drowned In New JerseyA Maryland man is being honored with a Carnegie Medal for saving a seven-year-old who was washed into deep water in the Atlantic Ocean off the New Jersey coast last fall.
Women's History Month: A Look At The Life And Legacy Of Barbara MikulskiFor nearly 50 years, Senator Barbara Mikulski represented Baltimore and Maryland in the U.S. Senate, becoming one of the most powerful women in the history of Congress.
Coronavirus Leads To Long Lines, Empty Shelves At Stores In Maryland And BeyondThe worldwide coronavirus pandemic is sending shoppers rushing to stores only to find some of the items they're looking for out of stock.
Lawmakers On Capitol Hill Push Emergency Paid Sick Leave Bill Due To CoronavirusAmid the coronavirus outbreak, lawmakers on Capitol Hill are pushing an emergency paid sick leave bill.
Coronavirus Forces Maryland Travelers To Make Last-Minute Trip ChangesAs officials in Maryland and across the globe try to contain the coronavirus, travelers are being forced to either change their plans at the last minute or continue on with their trips despite the virus's spread.
Hogan: 12 Marylanders Aboard Grand Princess Cruise Ship; None Showing Signs Of CoronavirusA dozen Marylanders were on board the Grand Princess cruise ship that had been docked off the coast of California due to numerous coronavirus cases, Gov. Larry Hogan said Monday afternoon.
Children's Pajamas, Robes Recalled For Failing To Meet Flammability StandardAround 12,000 children's pajama sets and robes are being recalled because they don't meet federal flammability requirements and could result in children being burned.
CPAC Attendee Tests Positive For Coronavirus; Others May Be At 'Some Risk'A person who attended the Conservative Political Action Conference in Prince George's County has a confirmed case of coronavirus, Gov. Larry Hogan's office said Saturday evening.
Trump 'Not Concerned' As Coronavirus Cases Rise In DC AreaCases of coronavirus touching on the Washington, D.C., area arose Saturday, but President Donald Trump said he wasn’t concerned that the virus was getting closer to the nation’s capital and the White House.
Former Presidential Candidate John Delaney Endorses Joe Biden For PresidentDays after authoring an op-ed urging some candidates to drop out of the 2020 presidential race in order to narrow the field, former presidential candidate John Delaney has thrown his support behind former Vice President Joe Biden.
Gov. Hogan: Maryland Emergency Response Officials Ready To Assist Tennessee After Nashville TornadoMaryland's emergency response officials are at the ready to help their Tennessee counterparts after the tornado ripped through Nashville.
Here's How To Track The Spread Of The Coronavirus In Real TimeWith more than 90,000 cases of coronavirus worldwide and the first reported deaths in the U.S. over the weekend, more and more people are growing concerned about the spread of the virus.
Former Presidential Candidate John Delaney Urges 'Some Candidates' To Drop Out Of RaceFormer 2020 Democratic presidential candidate John Delaney Friday urged "some candidates" to drop out of the race in order to help narrow the field and give the party "the best chance" of beating President Donald Trump.