Two People Die After Crashing Vehicle Into Bus In PikesvilleTwo people died Thursday night after colliding with a bus that was stopped in the road.
Baltimore County To Distribute 100K COVID-19 Rapid Tests Next WeekBaltimore County will distribute 100,000 at-home COVID-19 rapid tests next week at more than two dozen locations, County Executive Johnny Olszewski Jr. said Friday.
Inspector General Report Finds Many Baltimore County Employees Have Never Had A Background CheckBaltimore County has not conducted background checks on a large number workers, leading the government to employ people who have committed crimes or endured financial difficulties that could create security problems, according to a new report.
Baltimore County To Halt In-Person Activities At Senior Centers For 19 Days In JanuaryCiting the rise in COVID-19 cases due to the Omicron variant, the Baltimore County Department of Aging will halt in-person activities at 20 senior centers starting on Jan. 10, the agency announced Thursday.
Baltimore DPW Worker Arrested In Connection With Attempted ATM Theft In Owings MillsA 36-year-old man was arrested in late December in connection with an attempted ATM robbery in Owings Mills, the Baltimore County Police Department said Wednesday.
Baltimore County To Expand COVID-19 Testing, Olszewski And Officials Plead For Kindness Toward Emergency PersonnelBaltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski Jr. and Health Officer Dr. Gregory Wm. Branch are scheduled to speak at 10:30 a.m. Watch the briefing live on CBSN Baltimore.
Police Looking For Missing 15-Year-Old Girl From Dundalk, Last Seen Christmas EveAnyone who sees Matherly or knows her whereabouts is asked to call police at 410-307-2020.
Gov. Larry Hogan Announces $248M In Maryland Homeowner AssistanceThe fund will be administered by the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development.
Baltimore County Council Votes To Extend State Of EmergencyThe Baltimore County on Monday night voted 6-1 to extend its State of Emergency period to Feb. 7, unless County Executive Johnny Olszewski declares an end to the emergency first. 
New Year's Eve Shooting In Essex Remains Under InvestigationPolice continue to investigate a shooting that unfolded at an Essex home on New Year's Eve.
Nearly 13K Still Without Power Monday Evening After Snowstorm, BGE SaysAs many as 19,393 BGE customers were impacted by 497 outages on Monday afternoon, according to the utility company.
While Adults Spin Their Wheels In The Snow, The Kids Break Out Their SledsIt’s the calm of a winter storm bringing snow across the Baltimore region - the perfect condition for some competition. 
Another 8 Baltimore County Schools Will Shift To Virtual Learning This Week, School System SaysA total of 21 Baltimore County schools have shifted to virtual learning this week due to COVID-19 infections, and seven more have partially closed, the school system said Monday.
University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center Activates Crisis Standards of Care ProtocolsThe UM St. Joseph Medical Center announced on Monday that they are implementing Crisis Standards of Care (CSC) protocols in response to the Omicron surge.
Baltimore County Public Schools Closed MondayBaltimore County Public Schools and offices will be closed Monday due to inclement weather.