Ex-Air Force Worker Sentenced For Stealing Government FundsA former U.S. Air Force civilian employee has been sentenced to more than a year in prison and another year in home confinement after his guilty plea in a scheme to use his travel credit card to get more than $1 million in cash advances, a federal prosecutor said.
Police Identify Baltimore Officer Who Killed Barbershop Shooting SuspectAuthorities on Tuesday identified Sgt. David Burch, a seven-year Baltimore Police Department veteran, as the police officer who fatally shot a gunman suspected of carrying out a deadly crime spree that left two barbers dead and another man injured.
WATCH LIVE: Mayor Brandon Scott To Make Fourth ARPA Investment AnnouncementMayor Scott's office said the investment would be focused on digital equity and broadband access.
Hogan: Concern But No Need For Lockdowns In Maryland Over Dangerous Omicron Covid VariantThe Omicron variant — first discovered in South Africa — has 50 mutations, alarming health officials worldwide.
Maryland Weather: Winds Contribute To Chilly Weather, Plus A Chance For FlurriesHighs today did not make it out of the 40s today, making it feel like winter for sure!
Father of Teen Injured In Baltimore Mass Shooting Says Son Will Survive; Gov. Hogan To Meet With Mayor Scott On ViolenceA day after a mass shooting in East Baltimore wounded seven people, including a 16-year-old, Gov. Larry Hogan vowed to do everything in his power to help the city get a grip on its violent crime problem.
Attorney General's Office Investigating After Deadly Police Shooting In Glen BurnieAnne Arundel County Police said the man who was shot had a knife. After the shooting, police found the body of an elderly woman.
'An Absolute Game Changer': Hogan And Transportation Officials Break Ground On Howard Street Tunnel Expansion ProjectThe long-awaited Howard Street Tunnel Expansion Project is officially under way.
Advocacy Groups Call For Changes After 'Incredibly Light Sentence' Given To Former Baltimore County Officer In Rape CaseThe Maryland Coalition Against Sexual Assault and TurnAround, Inc., on Monday released a statement after the judge in the case, Keith Truffer, threw out one of former officer Anthony Westerman's convictions because he said there was no psychological injury to the victim, despite the woman's indication that she had sought therapy since the attack.
Two Men Injured Monday In Separate Baltimore ShootingsPolice said they are interviewing a person of interest in one of the shootings.
Panel Recommends Dereck Davis To Be New Maryland TreasurerThe treasurer holds one of three seats on the state’s powerful Board of Public Works.
Sewage Spill Prompts Emergency Closure Of Shellfish Harvesting In Part Of Potomac RiverThe department said it will sample water in the affected area to determine when it is safe to harvest again.
The Monument Lighting Celebrates Its 50th Anniversary This WeekThe Monument Lighting is making a comeback after a taking a year-long hiatus because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Supply Chain Issues Force Businesses, Shoppers To Adjust For Cyber MondayThe USPS and FedEx have a shipping deadline of December 15 for packages to arrive by Christmas Day. UPS did not set a deadline yet, but they want everyone to ship as early as possible.
Nursing Programs Send Students Into The Workforce To Help Combat Workforce ShortageAs a workforce shortage plagues hospitals across the country, many local nursing programs are sending students to help beef up the workforce.