'She Was My Everything' | Search Underway For Bodies Of Maeve Kennedy Townsend McKean, 8-Year-Old Son Gideon In Chesapeake BayA rescue mission has turned into a recovery mission for the bodies of 40-year-old Maeve Kennedy Townsend McKean and her 8-year-old son Gideon who were last seen drifting away in the Chesapeake Bay Thursday afternoon.
Coronavirus Latest: Health Officials Now Recommend Wearing Cloth Masks In PublicThe question whether or not to wear a mask amid the COVID-19 pandemic has been debated a lot recently among officials, but as of Friday, it's been settled.
Coast Guard Suspends Search For Robert F. Kennedy's Granddaughter Maeve McKean, 8-Year-Old Son Identified As Missing Boaters In Chesapeake BayThe Coast Guard announced Friday that it has suspended its search for two missing boaters in the Chesapeake Bay who are members of the Kennedy family.
Coronavirus Latest: UMB, Small Businesses Team Up To Feed Front Line WorkersThe University of Maryland Baltimore and small businesses are teaming up to give a smile to the people who are keeping us safe during the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus And Religion: Drive-Up, Small Services Still Allowed If Social Distancing Is FollowedReligious leaders across Maryland are adapting to new ways to reach the masses under orders from Governor Hogan limiting public gatherings.
Amid Coronavirus Pandemic, BARCS Sees Increased Interest In Pet AdoptionWhile many people are spending more time at home amid the coronavirus pandemic, some animal shelters said they are noticing an uptick in adoption interest.
Coronavirus Latest: 2,758 COVID-19 Cases In Maryland, 42 Deaths Reported FridayThere are now 2,758 cases of coronavirus in Maryland, state health officials report Friday morning
Coronavirus Impact: Baltimore County Schools Move To Pass/Fail Grading, County Officials Answer Questions About COVID-19 ResponseAs the state's COVID-19 cases continue to rise, Baltimore County is, as of Thursday evening, the third most affected jurisdiction in Maryland.
Here's How Baltimore Athletes Are Staying In Shape Amid COVID-19 PandemicLocal gyms are closed, NFL facilities are off limits and mini camps could be canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Messages Of Hope: How You Can Express Your Gratitude To Maryland First Responders During The Coronavirus PandemicRight now, thousands of nurses, doctors, police officers and other workers are out working to keep us all safe and healthy during the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Latest: Nurses Express Concerns About Shortage Of Protective GearThe heroes working on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic are speaking out about not having the gear they need to treat patients.
Coronavirus Cases: Correctional Officer Tests Positive For COVID-19 At Metropolitan Intake CenterA correctional officer at the Metropolitan Intake Center in Baltimore tested positive for COVID-19.
Coronavirus Help Needed: Montgomery County Looking For Donations Of N95 Masks, Other PPE For First Responders, Healthcare WorkersMontgomery County needs help protecting first responders and medical personnel working on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Latest: Resident Of Howard County Retirement Community Dies Over Weekend From COVID-19A Howard County retirement community is taking a number of steps following the death of one of its residents this weekend from COVID-19.
Hospital Workers Risk Health, Unknowns To Save Lives Amid COVID-19 PandemicThere are people working in area hospitals who are worried if they will survive the coronavirus pandemic.