Baltimore Water Main Break | Road Closures Continue, Causing Headaches For Orioles FansRoad closures downtown will continue into next week as crews work to repair a large water main break and sinkhole by Pratt and Howard streets.
Meet Lexi, The University Of Maryland Baltimore Police Department's New Comfort DogLast month, the University of Maryland, Baltimore Police Department became just the third university police department in the country to get a comfort dog.
'Don't Lie For The Other Guy' | ATF, Local Police Target Illegal Gun PurchasersThe campaign warns against buying guns for others, which officials said can lead to deadly outcomes like in the infamous Joseph Palczynski case.
Police: Maryland National Guard Airman Fatally Shoots Armed Man, Injures Another Outside Golden Dragon Bar & GrillAs the bar was closing, a disturbance in the parking lot drew the attention of a security forces member of the Maryland Air National Guard with a gun permit who was patronizing the bar.
Community Remembers Manuel Luis, Morgan State Student Fatally Shot During Attempted RobberyThe search for a killer continues as friends mourn the death of Manuel Luis, the Morgan State University student fatally shot in his car near the campus early Thursday.
Manuel Luis, Morgan State University Student Fatally Shot In Car Outside Student Housing, Victim Of 'Robbery Gone Wrong'A 19-year-old Morgan State University sophomore found shot to death in a car near his off-campus apartment was killed during what investigators believe was a robbery gone wrong.
Light Rail Service Suspended Downtown Indefinitely As Crews Repair Sinkhole, MDOT Officials SayMaryland Department of Transportation officials said Thursday they are unsure about the timeline for repairs of a large water main break and sinkhole downtown and have temporarily suspended services between Camden Yards and North Avenue stops.
Maryland Weather | Flooding Remains Concern Into Early FridaySlow-moving strong to severe storms brought heavy rain, flash flooding and power outages to parts of Maryland Thursday.
Harford County Sheriff Launches 'Thrive Initiative' In Effort To Reduce Amount Of Repeat OffendersThe Harford County Sheriff has launched a new public service initiative to help inmates in the detention center succeed after their release.
Amazon Fulfillment Center In Baltimore Preparing Ahead Of 'Prime Day'The countdown is on to one of the biggest online shopping days of the year, Amazon Prime Day. 
FBI Says Ransomware Victims Shouldn't Pay, Instead Protect Their SystemsThe computer systems at more than a half dozen cities and public services across the country have been hit by ransomware this year. Baltimore is one of them. That attack could end up costing the city more than $18 million.
Loyola University Hosting Program For Area Students In Effort To Prevent 'Summer Slide'We all remember when we were kids in school, and the moment that June dismissal bell rang, it was summer mode.
'I Just Want Justice For My Baby' | Man Charged In Death Of Girlfriend's 2-Year-Old SonDavid Marvin Hass Jr. is charged with child abuse resulting in death and first degree murder after his girlfriend's 2-year-old son died under his care.
'She Woke Up Thinking It Was A Bad Dream' | Man Wanted In Sexual Assault Of 79-Year-Old Woman In CantonBaltimore police are looking for a man who sexually assaulted a 79-year-old woman Monday morning.
Light Rail Could Be Closed For Weeks After Water Main Break In Downtown BaltimoreA stretch of the light rail could be closed for weeks in downtown Baltimore following an underground collapse caused by a water main break.