NWS: 2 More Tornadoes Confirmed, 6 Total, As Tropical Storm Isaias Moved Through MarylandSix tornadoes have been confirmed in Maryland by the National Weather Service in the wake of Tropical Storm Isaias.
University System Of Maryland Chancellor Says Schools Won't Hesitate To Shut Down If COVID-19 Cases SpikeLess than 30 days from the start of the fall semester, the usual excitement on college campuses has given way to uncertainty amid the coronavirus pandemic.
'The Staff Here Was Awesome' | Lord Baltimore Hotel Transformed Into Space For COVID-19 Patients To QuarantineThe Lord Baltimore Hotel has been transformed into a place for COVID-19 patients to stay who aren’t sick enough to go to the hospital, but don't have a place to quarantine.
Police: One Dead After Hit-And-Run Crash In North BaltimoreBaltimore Police are investigating after one person was killed in what they believe to be a hit-and-run crash.
Baltimore Woman Looks To Celebrate 102nd Birthday With 102 CardsAt the end of the month, one Baltimore woman is celebrating a huge milestone.
2 People Killed In Separate Shootings In West Baltimore Thursday Night, Police SayTwo people were killed in separate shootings in west Baltimore on Thursday night, according to police.
Defense Continues Arguing Capital Gazette Shooter's Constitutional Rights Were Violated; Prosecution Calls Claim 'Fishing Expedition'The gunman in the deadly Capital Gazette shooting left court Thursday following a second day of motions as a judge weighs whether to allow a doctor's psychiatric evaluation to be included in the case.
Coronavirus Latest: Johns Hopkins University Moving Undergraduate Classes Online For Fall SemesterJohns Hopkins University has joined the list of schools moving instruction online for the fall semester due to the coronavirus pandemic.
'It Brings Back The Reason Why We Do This': Nonprofit Helps Struggling Restaurants Feed Workers On Front Lines Of COVID-19 PandemicA nonprofit organization has found a way to help both frontline workers and restaurants simultaneously amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Latest: Loyola University Maryland, Baltimore City Community College To Offer Online-Only Instruction For Fall SemesterLoyola University Maryland and Baltimore City Community College announced Thursday they will offer online-only instruction for their students for the fall semester.
Former Ravens DT Justin Bannan Pleads Not Guilty By Reason Of Insanity In Alleged Boulder ShootingFormer Ravens defensive tackle Justin Bannan pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity in an attempted murder case in which he allegedly shot a woman in October 2019.
Maryland AG Frosh Urges Senate To Pass Legislation Ensuring Relief For All Federal Student Loan Borrowers Impacted By COVID-19 PandemicMaryland Attorney General Brian Frosh joined a coalition of 28 attorneys general urging the U.S. Senate to provide relief for all federal student loan borrowers impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Residential Parking Permit Enforcement To Resume In Baltimore September 1, City SaysResidential parking permit enforcement in Baltimore will resume next month, the city's parking authority said Thursday.
3 More Heat-Related Deaths Reported In Maryland, Including Boy In Wicomico CountyThree more heat-related deaths have been reported in Maryland, bringing the seasonal total to five, the state's health department reports.
Maryland Zoo's 5-Year-Old Arctic Fox Timber Dies SuddenlyThe Maryland Zoo in Baltimore's Arctic fox Timber has died, the Zoo announced Thursday.