Coronavirus Latest: Falls Sports At Johns Hopkins, McDaniel College SuspendedFall sports at Johns Hopkins and McDaniel College will be put on hold this semester due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 
Johns Hopkins Officials Investigating After Noose Found At Off-Campus BuildingOfficials at Johns Hopkins University are investigating after a noose was found Thursday at a construction site in an off-campus building owned by the school. 
Group Calls For Permanent End To Discussions Creating Private Police Force At Johns HopkinsA group of Johns Hopkins students, faculty and alumni gathered at Wyman Park on Monday to call for an end to any plans to create a private police force at the university's Baltimore campuses.
Johns Hopkins, Baltimore Health Department Aiming To Test More People In Hardest-Hit Areas Of CityJohns Hopkins and the Baltimore City Health Department are teaming up to make sure people in the areas of the city hit hardest by the coronavirus pandemic get tested.
Pierre Gibbons, Man Who Ran Into Burning Patterson Park Home To Save Neighbor, Soon To Be Discharged From HospitalPierre Gibbons, the man who rushed into a burning building to save his Patterson Park neighbor, is getting ready to be discharged from the hospital. 
Howard County Couple Treated Together For Coronavirus Now Back Home RecoveringA Howard County couple, who have been married for 50 years, and are the first to be treated together for COVID-19 at Johns Hopkins are now back on their feet.
A 'Game-Changer': Johns Hopkins Uses Augmented Reality To Perform Major SurgeriesA first-of-its-kind augmented reality technology is now being used by neurosurgeons at Johns Hopkins Hospital to treat patients who need major surgeries.
Mobile COVID-19 Testing Booths Help Health Care Providers Test Patients Without Risking Own HealthA new invention is giving health care providers the ability to test patients for COVID 19 without risking their own health.
Johns Hopkins University Moves To Test-Optional Admissions For Class Of 2025For students planning to apply to Johns Hopkins next year, you won't need to take entry exams like the SAT or ACT.
Johns Hopkins Researchers Ask If Survivor Plasma Could Prevent CoronavirusSurvivors of COVID-19 are donating their blood plasma in droves in hopes it helps other patients recover from the coronavirus. And while the jury's still out, now scientists are testing if the donations might also prevent infection in the first place.
Johns Hopkins Neurosurgeons Perform First Augmented Reality SurgeryA first-of-its kind surgery was performed at Johns Hopkins this week.