Annapolis Spared Major Flooding At City Dock After Tropical Storm Isaias Moves ThroughIn Annapolis, the City Dock, an area prone to flooding, managed to dodge high water.
14-Year-Old Boy Killed In Shooting In AnnapolisPolice in Annapolis are investigating after a 14-year-old boy was shot and killed late Monday night.
17-Year-Old Shot In Annapolis Near Scene Of Fatal Shooting Of 14-Year-Old; Unclear If Shootings Are ConnectedPolice in Annapolis are investigating after a 17-year-old boy was shot Tuesday night. 
Coronavirus Latest: Anne Arundel County Imposes Limits On Bar, Restaurant Hours, Social Gatherings, Ups Violation FinesThe order will go into effect Friday at 5 p.m.
Annapolis Police: 2 Juveniles Robbed At Gunpoint By 2 Other Juveniles Wednesday Night Police are investigating after two juveniles were robbed at gunpoint by two other juveniles Wednesday night in Annapolis. 
Naval Academy Midshipman Found Guilty Of Sexual AssaultA Naval Academy midshipman was found guilty of sexually violating three female classmates in 2018 and 2019.
'Black Trans Lives Matter' Mural Painted On Charles Street In North BaltimoreA group of several dozen people painted a "Black Trans Lives Matter" mural on Charles Street in north Baltimore, the latest mural created on a city street in recent weeks.
Group Holds Vigil For Deontrae Matthews, Annapolis Man Killed In StabbingA group gathered in Annapolis on Sunday to remember a man who died in a stabbing last week.
Arundel Olympic Swim Center Temporarily Closed Due To Employees Showing COVID-19 SymptomsThe Arundel Olympic Swim Center in Annapolis is temporarily closed after two employees began showing symptoms of the coronavirus, the Anne Arundel County Department of Recreation and Parks said Sunday.
Man Killed In Annapolis Shooting Saturday Afternoon, Police SayA 29-year-old man died in a shooting in Annapolis Saturday afternoon, police said Sunday.
Annapolis Fire Department Mourns The Loss Of City's First Fire Chief Charles H. SteeleThe City of Annapolis is mourning the passing of retired Fire Chief Charles H. Steele. He was the city's first career fire chief.