Survey Concludes Ravens Fans, Coach John Harbaugh Are WhinersA survey of 5,000 football fans by MIBets.com ranked the teams with the fans who complain the most. On that list, the Ravens came in at number 11 of 32 teams.
World's Largest Maryland Flag Flying High Over Frederick CountyIf you’re in Frederick County, take a second and look up. You might just catch a glimpse of the world's largest Maryland flag.
Meal Site At Elmer A. Henderson School To Temporarily Close Due To Potential COVID-19 CaseThe Baltimore City Schools meal site at Elmer A. Henderson: A Johns Hopkins Partnership School will be closed on Wednesday, October 21, due to a potential case of COVID-19, according to the school system. 
Several Maryland Colleges, Universities Among Best In The Nation, Study SaysWhen it comes to the best colleges and universities in the country, it turns out the State of Maryland has some of the most prestigious, according to a recent study. 
Mayors Send Letter To Big Ten Conference Asking For Clarity On COVID-19 Safety MeasuresThe mayor of College Park is among 11 other mayors to send a letter to the Big Ten conference hoping to get some clarity on the football season that's set to kick off this week.
New Mural Painted In Baltimore Dedicated To Memory Of Rep. Elijah CummingsHe may be gone, but his name, face and legacy will live on in Baltimore. 
37-Year-Old Woman Shot In The Back Of The Neck In West Baltimore, Police SayPolice are investigating after a 37-year-old woman was shot in the back of the neck Tuesday afternoon in west Baltimore. 
At Least 1 Person Injured In Crash Along I-95 In Halethorpe Tuesday, Police SayAt least one person was injured in a crash Tuesday afternoon on I-95 North prior to Exit 49 in Halethorpe, according to Maryland State Police. 
EPA Awards Over $20M To Maryland For Drinking Water Improvement ProjectsThe U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced Tuesday it has awarded over $20 million to Maryland for drinking water improvement projects throughout the state.
Maryland State Police Arrest Anne Arundel County Man On Weapons ChargesMaryland State Police said Tuesday troopers arrested a wanted felon on an open arrest warrant for illegally possessing firearms in Anne Arundel County.
Maryland Added Over 18K Jobs In September, Department Of Labor SaysThe U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics released Tuesday state jobs and unemployment data for the month of September.