Maryland Christians Reflect On Easter Sunday's MeaningChristians around the world celebrated Easter this Sunday, and in Baltimore, the message of rebirth and renewal was heard from the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen.
Police Search For Suspect In Double Shooting During A Funeral At Md. ChurchThe Frederick County Sheriff's Office is searching for a suspect who shot two people outside of Jackson Chapel United Methodist Church on Saturday afternoon.
Former Maryland Deputy Attorney General Thiru Vignarajah Proposes Taxing Marijuana In BaltimoreA former Maryland Deputy Attorney General believes that marijuana could be an economic benefit to the City of Baltimore.
Port Of Baltimore Continues To Break RecordsThe Port of Baltimore is continuing to break records.
A Maryland Judge Is Under Fire After She Denied Tyrique Hudson A Peace Order; He Was Later KilledMore than 5,000 people have signed a petition to remove the judge who denied Tyrique Hudson a protective order against his neighbor. That neighbor was charged in Hudson's murder just two months later.
Threats Of Wet Weather Spark Concerns In Ellicott CityThreats of wet weather across Maryland had many residents concerned on Friday night.
Seventh Pugh Aide Placed On Leave Amid 'Healthy Holly' Book ScandalSources tell WJZ a seventh staffer for Mayor Catherine Pugh has been placed on paid leave. Acting Mayor Jack Young made the decision and declined to comment Friday.
'I Found Myself Crying,' Baltimore Priest Says Following Fire At Notre Dame CathedralIn the midst of Holy Week, Paris continues to grapple with tragedy.
U.S. Army Criminal Investigator Aims Weapon At Woman On I-495 During Road Rage Incident, According To Court DocumentsA U.S. Army criminal investigator is accused of pointing handgun at a woman during a road rage incident on I-495, according to court documents.
'They've Failed My Son,' Family And Friends Of Tyrique Hudson Asking For Answers Following His MurderFamily and friends of 22-year-old Tyrique Hudson, a software engineer who was murdered in his Glen Burnie apartment complex, are calling for answers after a judge denied him a petition for a peace order against his killer.
Measles Cases Prompts Travel Concerns As Passover, Easter Holidays ApproachHealth officials have been pushing to vaccinate to try and slow the spread of the disease, especially as two religious holidays approach, which could prompt travel to other affected areas.
Sweeping UMMS Reforms Signed Into Law As Another Pugh Aide Placed On LeaveGovernor Hogan signed a new law mandating reforms to the University of Maryland Medical System following a lucrative book deal for Baltimore’s mayor when she was on the system’s board.