Ex-NSA Contractor Harold Martin Sentenced To 9 Years For Stolen DocumentsA former National Security Agency contractor who stored two decades' worth of classified documents at his Maryland home was sentenced Friday to nine years in prison.
Thousands Left Without Power Across Baltimore During Heatwave Friday NightThere are currently about 2,400 people without power in the Baltimore area. 
'It's Going To Be Very Meaningful' | Volunteers Work To Construct Playground For Kids In Baltimore In One DayIn just six hours, hundreds of volunteers transformed an empty lot into a state of the art space for kids. 
Orioles Hosting 33rd Annual Food Drive Collecting Donations For Maryland Food BankThe O's open up their three-game homestand against the Boston Red Sox on Friday, but this weekend is about more than baseball.
Maryland Weather | Extreme Heat Closes Several Business, Cancels Event, Church Attendance ExcusedExtreme heat expected this weekend is prompting a number of event cancellations.
'You Just Gotta Win' | Gervonta 'Tank' Davis Looks To Retain Title In Fight With Ricardo NunezWe're less than two weeks away from Baltimore being on the national stage when Gervonta Davis defends his title against Ricardo Nunez at Royal Farms Arena.
'Take This Heat Wave Seriously': Code Red Extreme Heat Alert For Baltimore Extended Through MondayBaltimore's health department has extended a previously-issued Code Red Extreme Heat Alert through Monday.
BPD Crime Reduction Plan Unveiled, Highlighting Community Partnerships, Targeted PatrolsBaltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison Thursday unveiled the department's new five-year crime reduction and departmental transformation plan.
Police Make Arrest In Towson Comfort Inn Homicide, Identify VictimA body was found in a Towson Comfort Inn hotel room. Baltimore County Police are investigating the incident as a homicide.
4-Year-Old Baltimore Boy Asks For Money On His Birthday To Donate To Baltimore City Fire FoundationForget presents, one local boy asked for money for his birthday- not for himself, but to donate to the Baltimore City Fire Foundation. 
Government Leaders Preparing Ellicott City Business Owners, Residents For Potential Flooding Ahead Of Stormy Summer WeatherIt has been a year since floodwaters devastated historic Ellicott City.
With Orioles Home Series, Artscape And A Sinkhole, Downtown Traffic Will Be Rough This WeekendWith crews still working to fix the issues stemmed from a broken water main last week, downtown traffic is promised to be extremely slow and all-around terrible with Artscape and the Orioles home series happening all weekend. 
Brick Collapse At Owings Mills Apartment Complex Could Be Due To Possible Lightning Strike, High WindsSevere weather rolled through Maryland Wednesday, impacting much of the region. 
Baltimore City FOP | Wounded Police Sergeant Bill Shiflett 'Tough As Ever'The head of Baltimore’s police union, Mike Mancuso, visited with Sergeant Bill Shiflett at Shock Trauma Wednesday.
Beat The Heat | As Mother Nature Cranks The Thermostat, Some Workers Can't Go InsideAs temperatures rise this week, so does the risk of heat-related illness.