Man Killed In Head-On Crash With Street Sweeper In Rosedale SaturdayA 52-year-old man was killed early Saturday in a head-on crash with a street sweeper in Rosedale, Baltimore County Police said.
Boy, 15, Missing From Parkville Since Friday, Baltimore County Police SayBaltimore County Police are asking for the public's help finding a 15-year-old boy missing since Friday.
Man, 62, Dies After Crash In Baltimore County, Police SayA 62-year-old man died of his injuries after a crash Thursday evening in Baltimore County, authorities said.
Baltimore County Officials Hold Townhall On Increasing ViolenceAfter a record number of homicides last year, Baltimore County leaders are trying to stop the violence.
Some Maryland Universities Begin KN95 Mask RequirementsStudents are encouraged to bring their own KN95 masks, but the school said a supply of the masks will be distributed around campus. 
Baltimore County Public Schools Announce Hiring EventsThe school system is among those across the nation suffering from staffing shortages over the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sparrows Point Distribution Center Briefly Evacuated For Hydrogen Gas LeakEmergency personnel responded to a distribution center Tuesday evening in Sparrows Point for a gas leak, Baltimore County police said.
Man Charged With Arson In Reisterstown Apartment Fire, Authorities SaySomeone deliberately started the two-alarm fire that torched a Reisterstown apartment building Monday night, authorities said.
Over 20 Displaced After Fire At Reisterstown Apartment BuildingResponders arrived at the unit block of Brookbury Drive around 8:20 p.m., where firefighters found fire showing from a building. 
Olszewski: Baltimore County Roads Clear, But 'We Still Urge Caution'Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski says the status of the county's roadways looks good, but he asked residents to be careful if they're heading out on the roads.
Marylanders, State Highway Administration Prepping For Snow Sunday, MondayMaryland is getting ready for another round of winter weather. State Highway Administration crews have been out since Friday night treating the roads with a salt brine solution from western Maryland to the Baltimore area, using up to 2,700 pieces of equipment to get ready.