Baltimore Police Release Body-Worn Camera Footage In Incident Where Officer Struck Woman, Investigation ContinuesBaltimore Police have released body-worn camera footage of the now-viral video of an officer striking a woman after she struck another officer twice.
George Floyd Death: Hundreds Of Demonstrators Protest In Annapolis, Across Maryland TuesdayHundreds of demonstrators gathered in Annapolis Tuesday to protest the death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man who died while in police custody in Minneapolis last week.
Voters Wait For Hours, Polls Close Late For Marylanders To Cast Primary Election BallotsVoters who didn't cast their ballots by mail headed to the polls Tuesday to take part in the state's primary election.
Baltimore Ravens, American Red Cross Team Up To Host Blood Drive Amid Coronavirus PandemicAmid the coronavirus pandemic, the need for blood is critical.
Art Museums Across The Country Can Now Sell Their Pieces To Stay Afloat Amid Coronavirus PandemicFor the first time, art museums struggling during the COVID-19 pandemic can now sell their art to stay afloat.
'We Don't Really Have The Space' | Sip & Bite Diner Hopes To See Outdoor Dining Transition Into Limited Capacity Indoor ServiceLast week, Gov. Larry Hogan announced restaurants can reopen their outdoor seating areas to customers, a step in the right direction, but it doesn’t help everyone.
More Than A Month After Maryland Purchased COVID-19 Tests From South Korea, Lawmakers Still Have ConcernsMaryland lawmakers are demanding answers about the state's purchase of 500,000 South Korean COVID-19 tests as the Hogan administration continues to defend it.
Howard County Police Chief Lisa Myers On George Floyd's Death: 'These Types Of Incidents Embarrass Our Profession'Police Chief Lisa Myers and several other officers joined in a protest in the county Tuesday evening calling for an end to police brutality in the wake of George Floyd's death.
Institute Of Notre Dame Alums Hope To Save School From Shutting Its Doors For GoodThe Institute of Notre Dame is set to close June 30, but there's a local group who is determined to save it.
Maryland Weather: Slight Risk For Severe Storms WednesdayMost of Maryland could see some strong to severe storms on Wednesday.
Maryland Universities Plan In-Person Learning For Fall Semester After Moving Online Due To CoronavirusWith COVID-19 forcing most schools to finish out the year remotely, some local colleges and universities are now saying they plan to reopen their campuses for the fall semester.
George Floyd Protests: 6 Arrested Overnight, Including 74-Year-Old Woman And Man With Long Gun, After Protesters Clash With Police In BaltimoreAt least six people were arrested overnight after a smaller group of protesters clashed with police following a day of peaceful protests in Baltimore.
Gov. Hogan: George Floyd's 'Senseless' Death Shows Americans Still Have 'Long Way To Go'After a day of peaceful protesting in Baltimore ended with a clash between a small group of protesters and police, Gov. Larry Hogan tweeted that the city continues to be an example for the nation on how to protest for meaningful change.
George Floyd Death: Day Of Peaceful Protests In Baltimore Ends With Clash With Police, 6 ArrestedThousands of protesters gathered peacefully downtown in Baltimore, shutting down major roadways Monday evening, as they marched through the city to protest police brutality after the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
Election Guide: Maryland Holds First Mail-In Primary On June 2Maryland will hold its first mail-in primary on Tuesday, June 2.