Anne Arundel, Carroll County Schools Increase Security In Wake Of Deadly CA High School ShootingStudents and parents in multiple Maryland counties will see a heightened police presence at public schools Friday, a day after a deadly shooting at a southern California high school.
Baltimore Nonprofit Helps Young Adults Navigate The Jump Into The Working WorldThe non-profit "Year Up" in Baltimore is teaching young adults how to step into the corporate environment and succeed.
'You Will Be Prosecuted': New Effort Aimed At Stopping Illegal Gun TraffickingThe Baltimore U.S. Attorney's Office joined with regional and federal forces Friday to announce Project Guardian- an effort to stop the trafficking of guns and get them away from people who aim to use them for violence. 
'Alarming' Similarity Found Between Vaping Patients And 9/11 First Responders, Maryland Doctor Treating Lung Disease SaysA Maryland man with vaping-related lung diseases says vaping nearly killed him.
Police: Bank Teller Allegedly Invaded Bel Air Home Of Customer Who Made Large WithdrawalA Harford County bank teller has been arrested in connection with a home invasion involving a bank customer who had recently withdrawn a large amount of money from the bank, officials said.
Baltimore Reaches 300 Murders In 2019; Fifth Year In A RowThree hundred people were murdered in Baltimore so far this year.
$13K Reward Offered For Information In Case Of Melanie Meleney Who Disappeared From Glen BurnieOfficials are offering a $13,000 reward for information in the case of a Glen Burnie woman who went missing last year and whose partial remains were later found along the shores of Marley Creek.
Suspect In Deadly Stabbing At Popeyes Restaurant Arrested The suspect wanted in a fatal stabbing of a man outside of a Popeyes in Prince George's County was arrested Wednesday night.
Baltimore Twins Now Roommates Celebrate Milestone 100th BirthdayIt's a milestone birthday for twins George and Jim Martin. 
Despite Drop In Opioid Death Rates, Baltimore County Says More Work RemainsFor the first time in a decade, Maryland experienced a decline in opioid death rates in the first six months of the year.
Family, Friends Of Baltimore DPW Worker Who Fell To Her Death Want Changes In Wake Of 'Serious' ViolationsFive months after a Baltimore Department of Public Works supervisor fell from a catwalk and died, her family and union leaders want the city to act to address numerous safety issues at the facility.
TSA Recommends Travelers Get REAL ID Ahead Of Busy Holiday Travel SeasonAs the deadline approaches for Marylanders to get their Real ID, the Motor Vehicle Administration says there are millions of residents in the state who still don't have one. 
'Not A Number' | Memorials Mark More Than Just Baltimore Homicide Victims; It Puts Their Loved Ones Anguish On DisplayResearch says for every one person who loses their life, there are at least seven to 10 close relatives left behind.
'I'm Not Committing The Murders' | Baltimore Mayor Jack Young Says Leadership Not To Blame As City Approaches 300 HomicidesAs of Saturday, the city's homicide count was 296. There were 309 in 2018. 
One Person Killed In Three-Alarm Fire In Havre De GraceFirefighters battled a fatal three-alarm fire at a home in Havre de Grace Wednesday afternoon.