George Floyd Death: Protest Held In Baltimore's Inner HarborA group of demonstrators gathered in downtown Baltimore Friday night to protest the death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man who died in police custody in Minneapolis.
Local Religious Leaders Stress Importance Of Public Health, Safety Ahead Of ReopeningLocal religious leaders are trying to figure out how to safely reopen churches, synagogues and mosques, while still working to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
Maryland Pilot Expresses Frustrations Surrounding COVID-19 Pandemic With SkywritingA Maryland pilot and Towson University student took to the sky to express his frustrations surrounding COVID-19, leaving behind a strong message.
Annapolis To Begin Roll Out Of Recovery Zones Next WeekAnnapolis Mayor Gavin Buckley announced Friday that the City is finalizing plans for Recovery Zones to begin next week.
78-Year-Old Man Shot In Crossfire In Northwest Baltimore, Police SayPolice are investigating after they say a 78-year-old man was shot in crossfire in northwest Baltimore on Friday afternoon. 
Maryland Comptroller To Reopen Most Branches Offices June 1Comptroller Peter Franchot announced Friday nine of 12 branch offices located throughout the state will reopen Monday, June 1, for appointment-only visits.
Howard County Reopening Outdoor Pools, Youth Camps, Sports And Drive-In TheatersPools, outdoor youth camps and sports can now resume in Howard County with significant physical distancing and sanitation measures in place.
LIST: Baltimore Restaurants Open For Outdoor DiningBaltimore restaurants are open for outdoor dining as of 5 p.m. Friday evening.
Baltimore City Set To Distribute 1,200 AC Units, 25K Fans For Older Adults As Code Red Extreme Heat Season BeginsThe city has bought and will distribute 1,200 air conditioning units and 25,000 fans for the city's older adults. 
Baltimore City Recreation & Parks Reopen City Tennis Courts, Disk Golf CoursesPlayers are still asked to continue to maintain social distancing and groups of more than 10 are still prohibited. 
Baltimore Police Offer $19K Reward For Information Leading To Arrest Of Antonio Janifer, Suspect Accused Of Shooting Officer Joshua Jackson, Carjacking BystanderThe Baltimore Police Department announced Friday a combined reward of up to $19,000 for information leading to the arrest of Antonio Janifer, the suspect accused of allegedly shooting Officer Joshua Jackson and carjacking a bystander in Federal Hill. 
George Floyd Death: Maryland Leaders Condemn Deadly Arrest Caught On VideoBaltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison released a video Friday sharing his thoughts on the video that captured the deadly arrest of George Floyd.
George Floyd Death: Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan Says It's Not Fair To Compare With Freddie Gray CaseThe death of George Floyd in Minneapolis drew comparisons to the 2015 death of Freddie Gray in Baltimore, but Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan said he doesn't believe it's a fair comparison.
3 Killed In Overnight Baltimore Shootings, Police SayThree people were shot and killed overnight into Friday, Baltimore police said.
Reopening Maryland: Bengie's Drive-In Hopes To Open Next WeekBengie's Drive-In is getting ready to reopen following the green light from Maryland's governor lifting more coronavirus restrictions and allowing outdoor theaters to reopen Friday.