City Calls Its Response To 2015 Unrest Following Death Of Freddie Gray A 'Success' In Court FilingsNew details are emerging in court documents surrounding how Baltimore City officials responded to the 2015 unrest following the death of Freddie Gray.
Genesee Valley Outdoor Learning Center Hopes To Provide Students With Unique Learning Experiences Amid COVID-19 PandemicUnable to hold their traditional fall programs due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Genesee Valley Outdoor Learning Center decided to provide students with a new learning experience.  
New Mural In Annapolis Across From Courthouse Features Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Thurgood MarshallThere's a new mural in Annapolis located in the heart of Maryland's capital city. 
FDA, CDC Recommend ‘Pause’ For Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine Over Clot ReportsThe U.S. is recommending a “pause” in administration of the single-dose Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine to investigate reports of potentially dangerous blood clots.
Maryland Directs All Vaccine Providers To Pause Johnson & Johnson Shot In Light Of Clot ReportsThe Maryland Department of Health is directing all Maryland vaccine providers to stop administering Johnson & Johnson vaccine until further notice, following a recommendation from the CDC and FDA to pause the one-shot vaccine following reports of clots. 
Jury Notices To Be Sent Out Friday In Capital Gazette Murder TrialThe Capital Gazette gunman was in court Tuesday ahead of his scheduled jury trial this summer.
Despite Less Traffic, Nearly 600 Marylanders Died In Crashes Last Year, Department Of Transportation SaysOne bright spot of the COVID-19 pandemic was less traffic on the roads, but that didn't mean it was any safer. In fact, traffic deaths are up. Nearly 600 Marylanders lost their lives last year. 
Downtown Partnership Releases Annual State Of Downtown Baltimore ReportThe Downtown Partnership released its annual "State of Downtown Baltimore Report" and despite the economic and social disruptions of 2020, researchers are hopeful cities, including Baltimore, will make a comeback.
Struggling Concert Venues Still Waiting On Federal Aid Promised In COVID-19 Relief PackageStruggling concert venues across the country still have not received the billions of dollars in federal aid that was part of the coronavirus relief package signed into law in December.
21% Of Gen-Z'ers Would Not Get COVID-19 Vaccine, STAT-Harris Poll FindsAs the state continues to make it easier for those 16 and older to get the COVID-19 vaccine, a new survey shows some Gen-Z’ers remain reluctant to get the shot.
Gov. Larry Hogan Signs 66 Bills Into Law, The Largest Tax Cut In Maryland's History Among Bills Passed This YearGov. Larry Hogan signed 66 bills into law Tuesday a day after the Maryland legislative session ended. 
'For Me, It Was A Celebration' | Maryland Woman Wears Wedding Dress To Get VaccinatedA Maryland woman wore her wedding dress to get vaccinated over the weekend.
Family Of 21-Year-Old Haley Herron Searching For Answers After Deadly, Possible Road Rage Incident Over Easter WeekendPolice are investigating a possible road rage incident that turned deadly near a busy highway exit in Baltimore after a third car crashed into another car, killing 21-year-old Haley Herron over Easter weekend.
Shop Employee Recalls Moments After Navy Sailor Was Shot Near Fort Detrick In Frederick, Action Employees Took To HelpA Navy sailor is still in the hospital nearly a week after investigators say a fellow service member shot him and a second sailor at a military warehouse in Frederick.
Maryland Opens All Vaccination Sites To Anyone 16+; Infections In Baltimore City Up 172% In 4 WeeksTwo more mass vaccination sites are opening Monday in Maryland as the state moves into Phase 3.