Judge Rules On Scope Of Testimony In Capital Gazette Shooting CaseA psychiatrist retained by prosecutors in the sanity phase of a trial for a man who killed five people at a Maryland newspaper isn't barred by law from testifying about whether he believes the gunman was criminally responsible, but he can't directly compare him to other mass shooters in an FBI report, a judge ruled Friday.
Suspect Tiara Baker, Accused Of Attempting To Run Over Police Detective, Turns Herself InThe suspect wanted for allegedly driving a vehicle at a Baltimore County Police detective, which investigators said led to an officer-involved shooting, turned herself in Thursday.
Baltimore County Announces Initiatives To Help Families Balance School, Work Amid Coronavirus PandemicBaltimore County is working with the school district to help families struggling to balance school and work.
Maryland Receives Federal Funding To Help Crackdown On Unemployment FraudThe State of Maryland is getting federal funding to help crackdown on unemployment fraud. 
You Can Sip & Stroll At Maryland Zoo's Adult-Only Conservation Happy Hours This FallAdults can sip and stroll and learn while enjoying a local craft beer or wine while taking a guided twilight tour of the zoo.
Cecil County Department Of Health Reports 'Significant Increase' In COVID-19 Cases, Testing Positivity RateThe Cecil County Department of Health said Thursday officials reported a "significant increase" in COVID-19 cases and testing positivity rate. 
Leading Maryland Lawmakers Rule Out Special SessionThe leaders of the Maryland General Assembly say they don’t plan to hold a special session this year.
24-Year-Old Man Injured In Shooting In Southeast Baltimore, Police SayPolice are investigating after a 24-year-old man was shot in southeast Baltimore late Thursday afternoon. 
Elijah Cummings Wrote Of 'Pure Pain' From Trump Tweets On BaltimoreThe late U.S. Rep. Elijah Cummings felt “pure pain” from President Donald Trump’s tweets about Baltimore, and the Maryland Democrat wrote “I could feel the attack to my core,” in a memoir that is being published posthumously.
Maryland State Police Wish Hagerstown Woman A Happy 106th BirthdayIt's a birthday celebration one Maryland woman certainly won't forget. 
Maryland State Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee To Hear Testimony On Police Reform BillsThe Maryland State Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee will be hearing testimony next week on police accountability and reform bills.
Orioles, Major League Baseball Declare Election Day Paid Day Off For Full-Time EmployeesThe Baltimore Orioles and all of Major League Baseball have declared Election Day as a paid day off for full-time employees. 
Firefighter Injured Battling Vacant House Fire In West BaltimoreA Baltimore City firefighter is recovering after a fire in west Baltimore. 
As Temperatures Drop, Spread Of Coronavirus Could Increase, Johns Hopkins Researchers SayAs temperatures begin to drop with the changing of the seasons, researchers at Johns Hopkins say COVID-19 could spread more during the colder weather.
Maryland Sending Help For West Coast Wildfire Response Efforts In Oregon, CaliforniaAs historic wildfires continue to rage on the West Coast, Maryland is lending a hand to the response efforts in Oregon and California.