Baltimore Students Build Memory Garden For Gun Violence SurvivorsA group of students spent Saturday afternoon in west Baltimore building what they're calling a memory garden for gun violence survivors.
COVID-19 In Maryland: More Than 1.8K New Cases Reported, Hospitalizations Up AgainMaryland added 1,840 new COVID-19 cases Friday and hospitalizations and the state positivity rate increased, according to data from the State Department of Health.
Test Created By Maryland Biotech Company Aims To Determine Severity Of Individual COVID CasesIES Life Sciences and the University of Maryland, Eastern Shore are teaming up to determine how severe a COVID-19 case could become and even what type of symptoms a patient could have.
Former U.S. Attorney Robert Hur To Lead Asian American Hate Crime Workgroup In MarylandGov. Larry Hogan announced he's forming an Asian American Hate Crime Workgroup.
Search Continues For Missing 28-Year-Old Janicua Wicks, Last Seen In Baltimore City Nearly 2 Months AgoThe search continues for missing 28-year-old Janicua Wicks who was last seen in Baltimore City nearly two months ago.
Companies Must Increase Cyber Security Training After Recent Ransomware Attacks In Baltimore-Area, Expert SaysLast week, the University of Maryland, Baltimore announced they were attacked by a ransomware group known as Clop in December.
U.S. Marshals Recover 18 Missing Children, Locate Dozens More In Maryland As A Part Of 'Operation Not Forgotten'The U.S. Marshal Service announced Friday they recovered 18 missing or endangered children and located dozens more in Maryland as a part of "Operation Not Forgotten."
COVID In Maryland: Walk-Up Appointments Available At M&T Bank Stadium COVID-19 Vaccine SiteWalk-up appointments for the COVID-19 vaccine started at M&T Bank Stadium on Friday morning.
Orioles Welcome Fans Back At Camden Yards After More Than 560 Days For Home OpenerBaseball is back and so is the lively atmosphere Baltimore has been starving for since 2019.
CDC Releases New Guidance For Cruise Lines, Industry Hopes To Set Sail By Mid-JulyThe COVID-19 pandemic has brought the American cruise industry to a halt. Not a single ship has left a U.S. port with passengers in more than a year.
'An Absolute Beacon Of Life' | Vigil Held To Remember Life Of Sean Ruffin, 19-Year-Old Killed In Crash On MD 295A beloved former Patapsco High School football player is being remembered after he was killed in a car crash earlier this week. A vigil was held Thursday for 19-year-old Sean Ruffin.
Gov. Larry Hogan Critical Of Police Reform Bills Awaiting His ActionAll eyes are now on Gov. Larry Hogan regarding a series of police reform bills now passed through the Maryland General Assembly.
COVID In Maryland: More Than 1.2M Marylanders Fully Vaccinated; Cases Increase By Nearly 1.3KMaryland added 1,297 new COVID-19 cases Thursday and hospitalizations increased, according to data from the State Department of Health.
Anne Arundel County Police Sergeant, 'Millennial Marchers' Continue Discussions On Equality, Positive ChangeIn the heat of last summer as tensions across the country grew just as hot, Anne Arundel County Police Sergeant Kam Cooke was patrolling a protest.
Greenbelt Mayor Colin Byrd Criticizes Gov. Larry Hogan's COVID Response At FEMA Mass Vaccination Site OpeningGov. Larry Hogan faced sharp criticism Wednesday about the state's coronavirus response from Greenbelt Mayor Colin A. Byrd at an event opening a FEMA mass vaccination site in Prince George's County.