'Arch Madness' Bracket Challenge To Determine Baltimore's Best Architectural LandmarksIn the spirit of March Madness, the city is honoring its history with a bracket-style competition showcasing some of the city's architectural landmarks.
Video Shows Baltimore County Man Elias Costianes In Senate Elevator, Chambers During Capitol RiotA federal complaint unsealed this week shows a Baltimore County man on video in the Senate elevator and chambers during the U.S. Capitol riot on January 6.
Former Laurel Police Chief David Crawford Arrested In Connection With Series Of ArsonsA former Laurel Police Department Chief was arrested Wednesday in connection with a series of arsons since 2011.
COVID-19 Vaccination Frustration: Concerns Over Equity, Cutting In Line As Maryland Deals With Limited SuppliesOnly 8.2% of people in Maryland have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and 14.9% have received one shot. Gov. Larry Hogan has blamed the lack of supply. Many are frustrated over the scarcity of available online appointments.
Maryland Gas Prices Continue To ClimbGas prices continue to climb in Maryland and across the nation. Prices at the pump are at their highest daily total since August 2019.
THB Bagelry & Deli Set To Open New Location In Owings MillsA place known for its bagels in Maryland is setting up a new shop in Baltimore County. THB Bagelry & Deli is getting ready to open its largest location to date in Owings Mills.
Anne Arundel County Executive Urges Residents To Be On Their Guard Despite Improving COVID-19 MetricsAnne Arundel County Executive Steuart Pittman said Wednesday, even though capacity limits at bars and restaurants are more relaxed, that doesn't mean the rules don't apply.
Suspect Accused Of Fleeing Crash On I-495 Arrested Wednesday Night, Maryland State Police SayA suspect being sought after fleeing a crash on I-495 was arrested Wednesday night, according to Maryland State Police.
Man Indicted For Fatal Shooting Of Breonna Rogers In Druid Hill CommunityA man charged in the fatal shooting of Breonna Rogers was indicted by a Baltimore City Grand Jury on Tuesday.
Maryland State Police Investigating After Man Is Mailed Fraudulent Unemployment Debit CardsThere is a record number of people filing for unemployment, and the number of scammers trying to take advantage of people in need is also spiking.
Baltimore County Police Asking For Help Locating Burglary SuspectPolice in Baltimore County are asking for the public's help in locating a man they say is connected to several burglaries.
Baltimore Police Following Leads In Cases Of 3 Children Shot In City In Past WeekDetectives are following leads in three separate shootings that left children hurt in Baltimore in the past week, Police Commissioner Michael Harrison said Wednesday.
City, Strip Club Reach Agreement Allowing Adult Entertainment To Resume In Baltimore With COVID-19 Protocols, Law Firm SaysDays after the owner of a Baltimore strip club sued the city over COVID-19 regulations he said unfairly targeted adult entertainment, the club and the city have reached a settlement that will allow it to reopen, a law firm representing the club said Wednesday evening.
Ethics Professor Weighs In On Marylanders Jumping Lines To Get COVID-19 VaccineLong lines of people have waited outside of the Baltimore Convention Center to get their COVID-19 vaccination, some of whom had to jump hurdles to secure their shot.
Baltimore Teen Activist Uses Art To Call Attention To Climate ChangeSome experts say the winter storms much of the country saw this year, with worsening extremes, are due to climate change. Now, one Baltimore teen activist is using her voice to draw attention to the cause.