Md. Sisters Start 'Furlough' Cheesecake Business After Being Laid Off During Government ShutdownOxon Hill natives Nickie Howard and Jaqi Wright not only had the right attitude approaching the layoffs-- they also had the right ingredients.
New Toilets Delivered, As Parts Of Poe Homes Still Without Water Eight Days LaterFor residents of Baltimore's Poe Homes, it's day eight without a consistent flow of clean water. Water has been restored to some homes, but plenty of others either have no water at all or just a tiny trickle coming from the faucets.
'I Can Smile Easy' | Local Dentists Volunteer Time To Give Homeless Vets New SmilesA new partnership is providing homeless veterans with free dental care as part of an effort to help them get back on their feet.
Man Fatally Shot Near NW Baltimore Transit StationA man was fatally shot near a metro stop in northwest Baltimore Monday afternoon, police said.
'Sami's Law' Pushes For Tighter Rideshare Safety Measures After College Student's DeathMaryland Sen. Ben Cardin is among several senators who have introduced new legislation to tighten up safety measures on rideshare services. 
Gov. Hogan Signs Executive Order To Strengthen Maryland's Defense Against CyberattacksAs Baltimore City is still rebuilding after ransomware attacks, Gov. Hogan signed an executive order to boost Maryland's cybersecurity policies.
1 Dead After Police Involved Shooting In Baltimore CountyBaltimore County Police are urging residents to stay inside as they work a barricade situation in the 14000 block of North Blenheim road in the Phoenix area.
Whale Spotted Off Coast Of Ocean CityA fishing company, Chasin' Tides Charters, saw this whale swimming over the surface off the coast of Ocean City earlier this week. 
Good Samaritan Rescues 5 People From Capsized Boat Near Chesapeake Bay BridgeFive people were rescued earlier Friday morning after their boat capsized near the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, officials say. 
USM Board Of Regents Addresses Death Of Olivia Paregol, Jordan McNair At MeetingThe University System of Maryland’s Board of Regents addressed last year’s high-profile deaths of two students at a meeting Friday on the Eastern Shore.
New Tax Credit Program In Maryland Looks To Revitalize Small Film IndustryA new tax credit program is aiming to revitalize the small film industry in Maryland.