CASA Shows Undocumented Immigrants What To Do If ICE Comes Knocking Amid Raid Threats In BaltimoreAn advocacy group rapidly organized a community meeting, after President Trump announced mass deportations will happen in two weeks.
Baltimore Leaders Vow Not To Help ICE With Immigration Efforts After President Trump Announces CrackdownThe city will provide legal services for those targeted.
US Treasury Department To Review Harriet Tubman $20 Bill DelayLast month, the Treasury Secretary announced that Tubman would not become the face of the $20 until 2026 instead of 2020.
Md. Sisters Start 'Furlough' Cheesecake Business After Being Laid Off During Government ShutdownOxon Hill natives Nickie Howard and Jaqi Wright not only had the right attitude approaching the layoffs-- they also had the right ingredients.
Shots Fired At Frederick Apartment After Man Breaks In, Police SayPolice are investigating after they received reports of shots fired in an area in Frederick earlier Sunday morning.
'I Can Smile Easy' | Local Dentists Volunteer Time To Give Homeless Vets New SmilesA new partnership is providing homeless veterans with free dental care as part of an effort to help them get back on their feet.
Officer In Fatal Baltimore County Police Shooting IdentifiedThe officer involved in a deadly shooting in Baltimore County Saturday has been identified.
Man Fatally Shot Near Westside Elementary School In BaltimorePolice are investigating a fatal shooting near a Baltimore city elementary school Monday afternoon.
'Demonstrably False' | Hogan Responds To Democratic Request For Campaign Finance InvestigationThe Maryland Democratic Party is asking the state's board of elections to review a number of donations made to Republican Gov. Larry Hogan for possible violations of campaign finance laws.
Man Fatally Shot Near NW Baltimore Transit StationA man was fatally shot near a metro stop in northwest Baltimore Monday afternoon, police said.
UMD Offers Country's First Medical Marijuana Master's ProgramThe University of Maryland School of Pharmacy is launching the nation's first master's program to train students about the science and policies of medical cannabis.
Officials Break Ground On New Howard County CourthouseThe new courthouse is scheduled to open in 2021 and will replace the current, 175-year-old structure.
Baltimore Firefighters Extinguish Flames At Port Covington Cruise Ship TerminalA fire broke out at a construction site near a cruise ship terminal in Baltimore's Port Covington neighborhood Monday, the Maryland Port Administration said.
Southbound I-95 Crash Causes Significant Traffic BackupsA crash on Interstate 95 near Route 295 in south Baltimore is causing significant traffic delays in the southbound lanes.
Maryland Judge: Census Question Might Have Discriminatory MotiveA U.S. judge says new evidence paints a "disturbing picture" that racial discrimination may be the motive behind the Trump administration's push to ask everyone in the country about citizenship status.