Police Investigating After Car Stolen, Later Found In AnnapolisAnnapolis police are investigating after a car was stolen and then was later found Friday morning in the city.
60-Year-Old West Virginia Man Fatally Hit By Freight Train In MarylandAuthorities confirmed a West Virginia man died after being struck by a freight train in Maryland.
Bill To Allow Baltimore To Collect Taxes On Uber, Lyft Rides Moves Forward, After Missing Out On Nearly $2.1M In RevenueThe city's legislation did not align with state law, so while Uber was collecting the 25-cent surcharge, they never paid the state comptroller. 
Authorities Warn Maryland Parents Of New TikTok 'Outlet Challenge' That's Causing FiresThere have been no reported incidents in Maryland so far.
Mayor Jack Young Addresses Baltimore City Crime At US Conference Of Mayors MeetingJust over two weeks into 2020 and Baltimore has already seen 21 homicides in the city. 
Towson Man Pleads Guilty To Federal Drug Distribution Charges, Illegal Firearms PossessionAccording to his guilty plea from December 2018 to February 2019, 27-year-old Deandre Laquan Jones distributed fentanyl, heroin and cocaine. 
Detectives Arrest Man In Connection To Capitol Heights Armed RobberyPrince George's County detectives arrested and charged a man in connection to an armed robbery on January 6 in Capitol Heights.
White-Tailed Deer Population Management Resumes In Western Maryland National Parks In FebruaryVisitors and area residents should check their local park's website for information on area closures. 
Anne Arundel County Police Offering $10K Reward For Information In 4 Unsolved 2019 HomicidesThe victims are Robert Lee Thomas, Andre Lee Garrett, Michael Lee Wise III and Xavier John Arthur Green. 
Man, Woman Charged With Drug Violations In BrooklynAnne Arundel County police arrested and charged 30-year-old Amanda Nichole Bishop and 35-year-old Haywood Smith III for drug violations early Thursday morning in Brooklyn.
Maryland Lawmakers Look To Repeal State's 'Archaic' Sex LawsMaryland lawmakers hope to repeal “archaic” provisions in the state’s spousal defense for sex crimes and sodomy laws with the reintroduction of legislation this session.