Baltimore County Police Still Searching For Stolen Car, Clues In 2018 Murder Of Food Delivery DriverBaltimore County Police continue to search for the person who murdered Idrissa Derme, who they say would have celebrated his 47th birthday over the weekend.
Joppa House Fire Causes $30K In DamagesThe fire was contained to the outside enclosed porch with smoke and soot damage moved throughout the remainder of the house.
Santander Has 5 Of Orioles' 16 Hits In 8-3 Win Over RaysThe Tampa Bay Rays can only hope that a lost weekend in Baltimore doesn't prove costly in their bid to end a five-year playoff drought.
Gov. Hogan To Take Part In Transportation Summit With 3 Other State GovernorsThe governors of Massachusetts, Maryland, Rhode Island and New Hampshire are planning to meet to discuss transportation issues.
'Today Is A Joyous Day': Sgt. Isaac Carrington Released From Shock TraumaBaltimore Police Department Sergeant Isaac Carrington has been released from the hospital after being shot earlier this month.
Federal Court Blocks Natural Gas Pipeline Construction In Western MarylandA pipeline that would have run under parts of western Maryland will not move forward.
'Look Up, Look Out' Campaign Urges Drivers, Pedestrians To Be Safe This Back-To-School SeasonIn two weeks, the crosswalks across Baltimore County will be packed with students heading back to class.
Two 7-Elevens Robbed Overnight In Anne Arundel CountyPolice are investigating two separate armed robberies of 7-Elevens in Anne Arundel County overnight.
Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot Considering Run For GovernorMaryland Comptroller Peter Franchot, who served in the House of Delegates before running for Comptroller, says he's "strongly considering" running for governor in 2022.
Maryland Man Dies While Scuba Diving In Florida KeysAuthorities say a 50-year-old Maryland man has died while scuba diving in the Florida Keys.
Woodstock Woman Dies In Marriottsville CrashHoward County police are investigating a fatal collision that happened Tuesday night in Marriottsville.
Complaint: Maryland Man Threatened 'Racial War' Against Hispanics In FloridaAn FBI complaint in Miami says Lin sent messages via Facebook between May and August to a Hispanic woman he knows, threatening her and her family, expressing support for Adolf Hitler and calling for the extermination of Spanish-speaking people and other ethnic groups.
New Reginald F. Lewis Museum Exhibit Features Black Action Figures, SuperherosThe exhibit opens to the public Wednesday and runs through February 2020.
Maryland Weather: Severe Storm Watches CanceledSevere thunderstorms could be headed across Maryland on Tuesday, with severe thunderstorm watches in parts of the state.
Rep. Elijah Cummings, City Leaders Discuss How To Help Baltimore Kids Deal With TraumaRep. Elijah Cummings hosted a forum Tuesday on preventing, treating and healing childhood trauma in Baltimore.