Bel Air Teen Released From Hospital After Life-Saving Surgery For Rare DiseaseIt was a special moment for a Harford County teen this week, 19 years in the making.
Baltimore City Giving Out Grants To Local Restaurants To Upgrade Outdoor Lighting, Seating NeedsAs the weather starts to warm up, businesses are getting ready for more people to sit outdoors. Baltimore City is giving out grants to make sure bars and restaurants have what they need for outdoor lighting and seating.
Suspect Arrested In Connection With 2019 Shooting At Frederick Church During Funeral ServiceAfter nearly two years, a suspect has been arrested in connection with a shooting during a funeral service in Frederick.
Public Comment Open For Proposed Third Span Of Bay BridgeWe've all been there, frustrated sitting in traffic on the Bay Bridge. Now's your chance to voice your frustrations directly to the Maryland Transportation Authority. Public comment is now open on the proposed future third span of the Bay Bridge.
Police Investigating Triple Shooting In Southeast Baltimore Thursday AfternoonPolice are investigating after three men were injured in a shooting in southeast Baltimore on Thursday afternoon.
Frederick County Schools To Hold In-Person Graduation Ceremonies At Outdoor StadiumsFrederick County Public Schools announced Thursday they're planning in-person graduation ceremonies for the Class of 2021 at outdoor stadiums.
Meet Zadia, Baltimore Artist Who Sang The National Anthem On Opening Day At Camden YardsLast week, west Baltimore’s very own artist sang the National Anthem for Opening Day at Oriole Park at Camden Yards.
Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski Releases $4.2B Budget For FY22, Prioritizes Education And COVID-19 RecoveryBaltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski released a $4.2 billion budget for fiscal year 2022, prioritizing education and the county's coronavirus recovery.
Maryland Becomes First State To Repeal The Law Enforcement Officers' Bill Of RightsMaryland is now the first state in the nation to get rid of a set of rules that gave police protection because of the nature of their job.
13-Year-Old, 16-Year-Old Charged In Fabian Mendez’s Fatal Carjacking In SE BaltimoreTwo more teenagers have been charged in Fabian Mendez's fatal carjacking, a 16-year-old and a 13-year-old, according to Baltimore Police.
Gov. Hogan, Mayor Scott Concerned About Loss Of Vaccine Trust Due To Johnson & Johnson IssuesGov. Larry Hogan and Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott expressed concerns Wednesday about a loss of vaccine trust among the public after the pause on Johnson & Johnson vaccines to investigate cases of rare blood clots.
Dr. David Fowler, Former Maryland Chief Medical Examiner, Called To Stand For Defense In Derek Chauvin Murder TrialMaryland's former chief medical examiner was called to the stand for the defense in the Derek Chauvin murder trial on Wednesday.
Marilyn Mosby Shares More With Baltimore City Council On Policy To No Longer Prosecute Low-Level Drug, Sex CrimesBaltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby told City Council members Wednesday more about her office’s now permanent policy to no longer prosecute minor crimes like drug possession and prostitution.
Mother Of Peyton Ham, Teen Killed In Trooper-Involved Shooting, Mourns 'Awesome Young Man'A 16-year-old boy who was shot and killed by a Maryland State Police trooper was an honor student who loved cooking with his mother and spirited political debates at the family dinner table, the teenager's relatives said in a statement Wednesday.
Baltimore Police Officer Martha Sprinkle Believed To Be Longest-Serving Active Female Officer In U.S.Officer Martha Sprinkle is the longest-serving female officer in Baltimore's history. The department believes she also holds the record in the United States for a female officer who is still serving.