Coronavirus Latest: 6 Residents, Staff Member At Genesis Loch Raven Center In Baltimore County Test Positive For COVID-19Six residents and a staff member at a Baltimore County nursing home have tested positive for coronavirus, officials said.
Police: Md. Man With Coronavirus Refuses To Wear Protective Bandana, Coughs At Security Officer, DeputyA Hagerstown man with coronavirus faces numerous charges after allegedly being combative with workers at a hospital and coughing at a deputy and a security officer.
Coronavirus Latest: New Case Reported At Baltimore City SchoolsAn individual supporting Steuart Hill Academic Academy recently tested positive for the COVID-19 during the school building closure period. 
Despite Coronavirus-Related Restrictions, Baltimore Rev. Alwin Gwynn Says He Won't Stop Holding Church ServicesOne Baltimore pastor says Gov. Larry Hogan's order is infringing upon his First Amendment rights to gather at church on Sundays.
Coronavirus Latest: How To File For Unemployment In MarylandThere's a new way to file for unemployment in Maryland after the system was inundated with calls and emails last week.
Man Shot And Killed In North Baltimore, Police SayPolice are investigating after a man was shot and killed in north Baltimore on Wednesday night. 
Coronavirus Impacts: Ocean City, Maryland, Restricts Hotel Rentals To Essential WorkersDon't expect to spend time in Ocean City, Maryland this month; that's because of new coronavirus restrictions. 
Coronavirus Impacts: Hood College Postpones Spring 2020 Commencement CeremonyHood College announced Wednesday that it will postpone its 2020 Commencement ceremony due to the coronavirus pandemic. 
Newborn Twins Medically Evacuated From South Korea Receive Care At Walter ReedNewborns twins medically evacuated from Osan Air Base in South Korea landed at Joint Base Andrews on Monday.
Coronavirus Latest: Gov. Hogan Loses 'Good Friend' As A Result Of COVID-19Gov. Hogan said Wednesday that he lost a "good friend" due to the coronavirus pandemic. 
Coronavirus Latest: Ravens WR Willie Snead Donates $15K To Help Feed Families In NeedBaltimore Ravens wide receiver Willie Snead is working to help the local community during the COVID-19 pandemic.