A Maryland Judge Is Under Fire After She Denied Tyrique Hudson A Peace Order; He Was Later KilledMore than 5,000 people have signed a petition to remove the judge who denied Tyrique Hudson a protective order against his neighbor. That neighbor was charged in Hudson's murder just two months later.
Former BPD Officer Pleads Guilty To DUI And Misconduct In OfficeA former Baltimore City Police officer pled guilty to driving while under the influence of alcohol and misconduct in office.
'Serial' Subject Adnan Syed To Petition U.S. Supreme Court For New TrialMaryland's highest court will not reconsider a Serial podcast subject Adnan Syed's request for a new trial.
50-Year-Old North East Man Charged In Drug BustA 50-year-old North East man was arrested on drugs and weapons charges.
Police Search For Harford County Woman Missing For More Than A MonthAuthorities in Harford County are hoping the public can help them find a woman who's been missing for more than a month.
Ravens Kicker Justin Tucker Shares Video Of Son Making Field GoalJustin Tucker's son Easton has his dad's skills when it comes to kicking field goals.
Maryland Law Authorizes Campus Police Force At Johns HopkinsA new Maryland law allows Johns Hopkins University to set up its own armed police force at its Baltimore campuses.
18-Year-Old Baltimore Man Shot Thursday NightPolice are investigating the shooting of a Baltimore man Thursday night.
Measles Cases Prompts Travel Concerns As Passover, Easter Holidays ApproachHealth officials have been pushing to vaccinate to try and slow the spread of the disease, especially as two religious holidays approach, which could prompt travel to other affected areas.
Sweeping UMMS Reforms Signed Into Law As Another Pugh Aide Placed On LeaveGovernor Hogan signed a new law mandating reforms to the University of Maryland Medical System following a lucrative book deal for Baltimore’s mayor when she was on the system’s board.
Ravens Owner Steve Bisciotti Donates $100K To Help Rebuild 3 Louisiana Churches Burned DownBaltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti donated $100,000 to help rebuild the three predominantly African American churches destroyed by arson.