Group Kicks Baltimore Police Officer Trying To Arrest Person Who Spat In His Face, Police SayA Baltimore Police Department sergeant trying to arrest a person who spat in his face was kicked by a group of people while he and the suspect were on the ground, police said.
73-Year-Old Woman Shot In Stomach In West Baltimore DiesA 73-year-old woman who was shot in the stomach in west Baltimore earlier this month died Saturday morning, police said.
TIMELINE | When Will Snow Arrive In Maryland Saturday?Cold temperatures arrive Friday and Maryland is expecting some snow Saturday.
In Depth: Tracking Alleged White Supremacists Operating In MarylandAt a large apartment complex in Newark, Delaware, less than one mile from the Maryland state line, neighbors say they saw several FBI agents outside one of the buildings this week.
Maryland Highway Officials Urge Drivers To Use Caution Ahead Of Winter WeatherSnow and rain in the forecast are a cause for concern Saturday, but freezing temperatures will be the real dangers for drivers. 
Jazz Musician Todd Marcus Leading Community Activism Efforts In Sandtown-Winchester NeighborhoodA musician critics call the most inventive bass clarinetist working in jazz today lives right here in Baltimore. 
Local Chef Connie Johnson Bringing Maryland Flare, Flavor To Super Bowl 54Connie Johnson, also known as Chef Connie, is just one of a few chefs bringing some Baltimore flavor to the Super Bowl this year. 
Reward Offered For Information Leading To Arrest In Case Of Deceased Dog Found Chained In Calvert CountyThe Humane Society is offering a reward of up to $5,000 for information leading to the identification, arrest and conviction of the person responsible for the death of a chocolate lab in Calvert County. 
Fentanyl Distributor Sentenced To 35 Years In Federal PrisonAn Anne Arundel County man was sentenced to 35 years in federal prison for a fentanyl distribution conspiracy and related firearms charges. 
MDTA Police Seize Over 16K Packages Of Untaxed Cigarettes During Traffic StopThe total tax loss for the State of Maryland is $34,400. 
Bill Would Make Possession Of Ransomware A Crime In MarylandState lawmakers heard arguments Tuesday on a bill that seeks to add criminal penalties for knowingly possessing ransomware with the intent to use it in a malicious way.