75-Year-Old Woman Struck, Killed Crossing Reisterstown RoadThe vehicle remained at the scene, and the driver and one passenger were not injured. 
31-Year-Old Man Identified In Pikesville ShootingPolice have identified the man who was killed in the shooting in the area of Milford Mill on Saturday. 
Health Officials Need Help Identifying Man Who Removed Rabid Raccoon From Baltimore County RoadHealth department officials are asking for help identifying a good Samaritan who removed a dead raccoon from a road in Baltimore County after the agency learned the animal was infected with rabies.
Pikesville Volunteer Fire Co. Hosts Puppy Yoga FundraiserDozens of yogis and puppies hit the mats for a morning of calmness and stillness in Baltimore County for the fire company's first-ever Puppy Yoga Fundraiser. 
Boyfriend Charged In Dymond Jones' Murder In PikesvilleBaltimore County Police detectives have charged Dymond Jones' boyfriend in her shooting death. 
Suspicious Death | 18-Year-Old Woman's Body Found In Pikesville HomeBaltimore County Police are investigating a suspicious death in Pikesville after an 18-year-old woman was found in her home suffering from trauma to the upper body late Tuesday night.
Baltimore County Police Investigating Early Morning Shooting In PikesvilleBaltimore County Police responded to a report of a shooting just after 5 a.m. this morning on Stirrup Court in Pikesville.
Gov. Larry Hogan To Honor Fallen Heroes In Ceremony FridayThe ceremony will honor the 43 state troopers who died in the line of duty, two troopers killed while on active military duty in World War II and one fallen deputy state fire marshal. 
LifeBridge Health Lifts Measles Restrictions For Visitors Under 14 LifeBridge Health has lifted its temporary restriction for visitors under age 14, after putting the ban in place following confirmation of several cases of measles in the Pikesville area. 
Fourth Measles Case Reported In MarylandA fourth measles case is now confirmed in Maryland.
Measles Cases Prompts Travel Concerns As Passover, Easter Holidays ApproachHealth officials have been pushing to vaccinate to try and slow the spread of the disease, especially as two religious holidays approach, which could prompt travel to other affected areas.