ICE Reverses Plan To Deport Foreign Students Taking Online-Only Courses This FallThe Trump administration on Tuesday rescinded guidance issued by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) earlier this month that would have prohibited foreign students from taking online-only coursework in the fall. 
Maryland Lawmakers Announce $1.5M In Federal Funding To Support STEM Education In Baltimore CityMembers of the Maryland delegation announced Tuesday $1.5 million in federal funding to support STEM Education in Baltimore City. 
Prince George's County Police Investigating Fatal Pedestrian Collision in Camp SpringsPolice in Prince George's County are investigating a deadly pedestrian-involved crash in Camp Springs on Saturday. 
Annapolis Restaurant Owner Donates Over 8K Half-Gallons Of Milk To Those In Need Across MarylandA restaurant owner in Annapolis is stepping up to help those in need amid the coronavirus pandemic. 
BWI Airport Installs New Personal Protective Equipment Vending Machine For TravelersIf you're traveling anytime soon and forget your mask or hand sanitizer, don't worry.
$100K Winning Lottery Ticket Sold In ReisterstownCould you be $100,000 richer? A winning lottery ticket was sold in Reisterstown.
Baltimore's YouthWorks Program Continues Virtually Amid COVID-19 PandemicThousands of Baltimore teens started their summer jobs this week through the city’s YouthWorks program. 
Distribution Program Will Deliver 25K Fans, 1.2K AC Units To Baltimore City Residents 55 And OverBaltimore Mayor Jack Young announced a program Tuesday that will deliver fans and air conditioning units to older adults to help residents stay in their homes on extreme heat days. 
Maryland Comptroller: Ahead Of Tax Day, State Is About 700K Returns ShortUp until March 23, it was a busy tax season at Cuomo’s Income Tax Service in southeast Baltimore; then, the coronavirus pandemic brought the world to a standstill.
Artscape Goes Virtual After Its Canceled Amid COVID-19 PandemicThe annual Artscape Artists' Market will go virtual from Friday, August 21 to Sunday, August 30. 
Student-Run Group 'VolunTeens' Works To Connect High Schoolers With Local Non-Profit OrganizationsA student-run group out of Howard County with a mission to help connect high schoolers with local non-profits has been hard at work throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.