‘The Numbers Slapped Them In The Face’ Father Shares His Family’s COVID-19 Diagnosis As Thousands Of Maryland Students Remain In Quarantine With Cases RisingThousands of central Maryland students are in quarantine as more students and staff are testing positive for COVID-19.
Maryland Faces One Of Its Worst Nursing Shortages In History, Health Officials SayHealth officials are calling it one of the worst nursing shortages in Maryland’s history.
'I Spent 36 Years In Prison For A Crime I Didn't Commit': City State's Attorney Office Talks About Program That Helps To Overturn Wrongful ConvictionsImagine being convicted of a crime you did not commit and you've exhausted your legal options to prove your innocence. That was the case for 10 men in Baltimore until a new unit in the city State's Attorney's Office worked to get them their freedom.
'Minor Things Become Major Things': Residents React To City's Upcoming Plastic BagThe ban, which prohibits retailers from providing plastic bags to customers, was set to go into effect in January but has been delayed twice since then.
Researchers From University Of Maryland's School Of Public Health Find COVID-19 Variants Are Becoming More AirborneA new study from the University of Maryland finds COVID variants are actually more airborne.
Anne Arundel County Executive Says He's Willing To Compromise As State Highway Officials Continue To Push For Third Span On Bay BridgeBacked-up traffic and anxious travelers, it's no question, traffic on the bay bridge can be a nightmare.
Free Fall Baltimore, Celebration Of The Arts, Returns In OctoberFree Fall Baltimore is a free month-long celebration of the arts in the Charm City held during National Arts and Humanities Month.
Ocean City Braces For Massive Crowds Ahead Of Unsanctioned H2Oi Car RallyA pop-up car show, often organized on social media, takes Ocean City by storm every year and this year is no different as the locals brace for massive crowds who they think will start showing up any day now.
Morgan State Professor Files Lawsuit Against University Stating That She Was Paid Less Than Her Male ColleaguesA Morgan State University professor is suing the school after she says that for years, she’s been paid less than her male colleagues whose qualifications match hers.
More Than 1,000 Students In Quarantine In Anne Arundel County; County Executive Supports Vaccine Mandate For All StudentsAnne Arundel County Executive Steuart Pittman praised the county’s public schools for mandating all teachers, support staff and high school student-athletes get vaccinated or tested weekly by November 22nd.
Residents & Business Owners Question The Future Of The Inner Harbor's Gallery MallIt's been a longtime shopping destination in Baltimore but now there are questions about the future of the Gallery mall at the Inner Harbor.
Shortage In COVID Testing Kits Driving Up Lab-Based DemandA shortage of COVID-19 rapid tests continues nationwide, including at many stores in Maryland.
Group Of Parents Protest School Mask Mandate Outside Of County Council Meeting In Harford CountyHarford County parents saying no to the state-wide mask mandate and are now bringing their concerns to the County Council.
Baltimore Siblings Turn Tequila Dream Into RealityWhile many of us found new hobbies during the pandemic, a pair of Baltimore siblings used that time to turn a dream into reality: launching a new tequila brand from scratch.
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.