Hogan: 'No Question' More Accountability Needed In Baltimore Schools Amid Reports Of Grade FixingGov. Larry Hogan Thursday said there's "no question" more accountability is needed within the Baltimore City Public School system after reports surfaced of grades being improperly inflated within the district.
Baltimore Women Convicted In $100K Retail Theft ConspiracyTwo Baltimore women were convicted Thursday of conspiring to commit a retail theft scheme after stealing $100,000 or more in merchandise from retailers and selling the items online.
Man Shot In Head In SW Baltimore DiesA man shot in the head Thursday morning in southwest Baltimore died from his injuries.
Baltimore City Councilman Plans To Introduce Plastic Bag BanBaltimore City Councilman Bill Henry will introduce a bill next week banning plastic bags and charging a fee for any other bags given out at checkouts.
You Can Get Baltimore 'Hamilton' Tickets For $10 In Digital Lottery Starting June 2340 tickets will be sold for every performance for $10 each. The lottery will open at 11 a.m. Sunday, June 23 to the Tuesday, June 25 performance. 
Six Flags America 'Solar Plunge' Benefits Special Olympics MarylandSix Flags America is starting its summer season with a Solar Plunge to raise money for the Special Olympics.
Baltimore Ravens Safety Anthony Levine Buys Mom A HouseThe Ravens safety had always told his mother he was going to buy her a house, but she said she was still surprised when it actually happened. 
Man Dies Shortly After Being Shot In Car In SW BaltimoreThe victim was taken to an area hospital where he was pronounced dead. 
Catholic Bishops Vote To Authorize Third-Party System For Reporting Abuse AllegationsThe bishops and cardinals meet in Baltimore amid another sex scandal that broke last year in Pennsylvania, where a grand jury report charged 300 priests with more than 1,000 sexual assaults on children over 50 years. 
'Pink Slips Instead Of Pay Raises' | Hogan Weighs In On Federal Lawmaker Pay RaisesGov. Larry Hogan is weighing in on a plan that would give lawmakers in Washington, D.C. a pay raise.
Port Discovery Children's Museum Shows Off $10M Renovation Ahead Of Grand OpeningTwo decades after Port Discovery first opened its doors, a multi-million dollar renovation is wrapping up ahead of a grand opening later this week.
Baltimore City Asks Court To Block Trump Administration 'Denial Of Care' RuleIn its lawsuit, the City argues the rule goes beyond the scope of the laws it purports to implement and should be struck down. 
Maryland Ranks #22 Among Top 25 Most Fun States, Report FindsAccording to Wallet Hub, the "Free State" comes in at 22 on the list. 
68-Year-Old Baltimore Man Last Seen May 20 Found SafeHe was last seen on May 20, in the 3700 block of Rogers Avenue. 
Hogan Names 11 New Appointees To UMMS Board After Self-Dealing, 'Healthy Holly' ScandalsGov. Larry Hogan Wednesday named 11 new appointees to the University of Maryland Medical System Board in an overhaul brought on by concerns over business relationships and practices within the board, including the "Healthy Holly" scandal that led former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh to resign.