Judge: Premature To Block Naval Academy Midshipman's Expulsion Over TweetsA federal judge in Baltimore has ruled that it is premature for her to decide whether to block the U.S. Naval Academy from expelling a midshipman for posting social media messages deemed to be crude, noting a senior Navy official has not made a final disciplinary decision.
Naval Academy Exams Being Reviewed For 'Inconsistencies'Hundreds of students at the US Naval Academy at Annapolis have received a grade of "incomplete" as the academy reviews "potential inconsistencies" in physics exams that were submitted earlier this month.
Man Critically Injured In Shooting In Annapolis, Police SayPolice are investigating after a man was critically injured in a shooting in Annapolis early Thursday evening.
Naval Academy Midshipman John Johnson Dies In Drowning Accident While On LeaveThe U.S. Naval Academy has identified the midshipman who died Monday night while on leave from the Academy. 
Server Gets $2,020 Tip At Evelyn's Restaurant In Annapolis Days Before COVID Restrictions Pause Regular DiningA server in an Annapolis restaurant picked up a check last weekend to find a generous tip- of $2,020.
Congress Passes Bill For Fallen Journalist Memorial In DC, Including Honors For Capital Gazette Journalists Killed In Mass ShootingA bill to authorize the Fallen Journalists Memorial Foundation to establish a memorial in D.C. is headed to President Trump's desk after passing in Congress this week. 
20-Foot Christmas Tree Arrives In Downtown AnnapolisIt's beginning to look a lot like Christmas in downtown Annapolis. A 20-foot Christmas tree arrived Friday morning, and other holiday decorations are still going up.
3 Minors Rescued From Structure Fire In AnnapolisAnnapolis Fire is responding to a structure fire with entrapment. 
Annapolis Police Investigating Suspicious Package DowntownAnnapolis Police confirm they are responding to a report of a possible suspicious package near Francis Street and State Circle Drive.
Maryland Company Makes Donation Worth 200K Face Shields To Benefit Teachers, School Staff Amid COVID-19 PandemicGov. Larry Hogan on Monday accepted a donation worth 200,000 face shields from a Worcester County-based company that will give one to every teacher and faculty member across Maryland.
Jeremy Cox Arrested In Anne Arundel County 7-Eleven Armed Robbery, Police SayA 36-year-old Annapolis man was arrested Thursday in an armed robbery at a 7-Eleven earlier this week, the Anne Arundel County Police Department said Friday.