Amazon Donates $15K To Maryland Food BankAmazon is teaming up with the Maryland Food Bank to help the city's Broadway East community.
Johns Hopkins University Team Among Finalists In Mask Design ChallengeA team from Johns Hopkins University is among five finalists in a global challenge to design a better mask amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
1-Year-Old Baltimore Girl's October Death Ruled Homicide Due To Child AbusePolice are investigating a one-year-old baby girl's death in October after she was found not breathing in a Baltimore home. 
The Show Must Go On: Months Of Planning Lead To COVID-Safe Virtual Holiday Lighting Of Baltimore's Washington MonumentDuring a year when so many things were closed or canceled due to the pandemic, the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore was determined the 49th annual lighting of the Washington Monument would go on.
Baltimore Public Works Department Supervisor Charles Johnson Dies After 2-Week COVID-19 Hospitalization, Agency SaysA Baltimore City Department of Public Works supervisor has died after contracting COVID-19, the department said Thursday afternoon.
Baltimore Police Need Help Identifying John DoeBaltimore Police are hoping the public can help them identify this John Doe.
Some Baltimore Metro Stations Closed This Weekend For Scheduled MaintenanceSome Baltimore metro stations will be closed starting Friday night due to scheduled maintenance, the Maryland Transit Administration reports.
Xfinity Internet Outage Affects Some Customers In Baltimore; Cut Fiber To BlameAs numerous southeast Baltimore residents went to log in to virtual work or school on Thursday, they found themselves unable to connect due to an Xfinity internet outage.
New Endangered African Penguin Chick Hatches At Maryland ZooThe Zoo said this is the fourth African penguin hatched at the Penguin Coast. 
Maryland Zoo Admission Drops To $15 For Winter SeasonThe temperatures in Maryland are dropping, but so are the Maryland Zoo's ticket prices this winter.
California Health Official, Former Baltimore Health Commissioner Resigning After Using Racist Term, Citing Family EmergenciesA California health official who spent decades of his career in Maryland is stepping down amid the COVID-19 pandemic, weeks after using a racist term to refer to Asian Americans.