'A Dream Realized': Terps' Bruce Miller Finds Out He's Been Awarded Full ScholarshipA University of Maryland football player got a special surprise at Thursday night's match-up between the Ravens and the Green Bay Packers.
Hagerstown Woman Arrested In Motel 6 ArsonA 66-year-old Hagerstown woman was arrested Friday in connection with an arson at a Motel 6.
Tony Award Winner, Baltimore Native André De Shields To Get Key To The CityBaltimore native André De Shields will be presented with a Key to the City Monday, two months after winning his first Tony Award.
‘They Took My Child From Me’: Heartbreak And Hope After Gun ViolenceIn recent days, politicians at the state and national level have suggested a number of possible legislative solutions, from re-establishing mental health institutions to toughening sentences for repeat offenders.
'I Just Got Tired Of Seeing It': Baltimore Man, Neighbors Take Trash Cleanup Into Their Own HandsA Baltimore man and a few friends are making a difference in their neighborhood by picking up one piece of trash at a time.
Temporary System Outage Causes Issues For International Passengers At Some U.S. AirportsA system outage caused issues for passengers flying internationally at multiple U.S. airports Friday evening, but not at Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport.
AG Frosh Wants Drug Dealers Charged With Manslaughter When Customers Die From OverdosesA recent high court ruling makes it easier for prosecutors to charge drug dealers with manslaughter when their customers die from overdoses.
Code Red Extreme Heat Alert Issued For Sunday And Monday In BaltimoreBaltimore's health commissioner has issued a Code Red Extreme Heat Alert for Sunday and Monday.
Ambulance Carrying Crash Victim Involved In Separate Crash In Anne Arundel CountyAn ambulance rushing a patient injured in a crash to Shock Trauma was itself involved in a crash in Anne Arundel County Friday.
Blind Bald Eagle Rescued After Getting Stranded On Rocky Bank In Maryland State ParkA bald eagle was rescued from a rocky embankment at Susquehanna State Park Friday morning after it got stranded.
Amid Enrollment Growth, Morgan State University Gets Approval To Build More Student HousingMorgan State University's Board of Regents has approved a plan that would address a need for more on-campus housing as the university's enrollment grows.
More Tires Stolen Off Of Cars, This Time In Baltimore CountyTire thieves strike again! This time in Baltimore County, swiping four tires off a Dodge Challenger belonging to Anthony Mormile.
Niumatalolo, Retooled Navy Look For Bounce-Back SeasonIn the wake of his worst season Navy's football coach, Ken Niumatalolo made widespread changes to his standard formula for success.
2 Women Promoted To Leadership Positions Within Baltimore Police DepartmentTwo women have been promoted to leadership positions within the Baltimore Police Department, officials said in a news release.
Cement Truck Overturns Shutting Down Ramp On I-95 North In Howard CountyA cement truck overturned on I-95 north at Route 100, shutting down a ramp.