First #ArtOfBaltimore Artist Has Work Displayed DowntownYou may notice some new art in downtown Baltimore. 
Coronavirus In Maryland: Demand For Food From Food Banks RisingAs unemployment numbers in Maryland skyrocket amid the coronavirus pandemic, many counties are looking at ways to keep their residents fed.
Man Shot In The Face In South Baltimore, Police SayPolice are investigating after a man was shot in the face Thursday evening in south Baltimore. 
Amid Coronavirus Pandemic, Families Forced To Forego Funerals For Loved Ones Who Recently DiedMourning the loss of a loved one during the coronavirus pandemic has created tough decisions for families across the country.
Housing Authority Of Baltimore To Assist Local Supporters With Making Food DonationsThe Housing Authority of Baltimore City announced Thursday it has established a donation system to ensure food and other necessities are delivered through city agencies during the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Latest: Pimlico Testing Site Opening FridayThe site is also in the ZIP code with the largest concentration of cases in the city. 
Coronavirus Latest: Baltimore Releases COVID-19 Cases By ZIP Code, 21215 Has Largest Amount At 64 CasesBaltimore Mayor Jack Young announced will now break down the information by zip code, and introduced a dashboard on the city's website for people to see the COVID-19 case data in real time. 
Coronavirus Resources: Baltimore Spirits Company Making Hand Sanitizer, Selling T-Shirts To Benefit Local Service IndustryThe Baltimore Spirits Company announced they are going to roll out some merchandise to help bring relief to local service workers furloughed or laid off by the coronavirus pandemic. 
Coronavirus Latest: US Postal Service Hiring For Numerous Jobs In MarylandWhile countless employers are laying people off amid the economic slump caused by the coronavirus pandemic, the U.S. Postal Service is hiring for a number of jobs in Maryland and beyond.
ACLU Of Maryland Files Lawsuit Against Baltimore Police Over Private Plane Surveillance ProgramThe ACLU argues in the lawsuit the surveillance system could present a threat to citizen's individual rights to privacy, under the First and Fourth Amendment.
Coronavirus Latest: 16 Baltimore City Police Officers, 3 Civilian Employees Test Positive For COVID-19Since the beginning of the pandemic, 315 employees of the department have been quarantined due to exposure.