Ravens Fill Areas Of Need With Marcus Williams, Morgan MosesBaltimore finished 8-9 last season and missed the playoffs for the first time since 2017. The Ravens were devastated with injuries and finished the year with 19 players on Injured Reserve. The addition of Williams and Moses should boost their lineup.
Ravens Re-Sign S Tony Jefferson, Team SaysJefferson reunited with the team in December and played in the final four games of the 2021 season.
Doctors Warning Parents About Spike In Child Treadmill Burn InjuriesDoctors at the Johns Hopkins Children's Center say they have seen an uptick in patients with burns from treadmills.
Frosh Warns Hogan About Lack Of Funding For State Program Overseeing Drinking WaterAttorney General Brian Frosh is calling on Gov. Larry Hogan to provide more funding for the Maryland Department of the Environment program tasked with keeping the state's drinking water supply safe.
Four People Killed In Suspected DUI Crashes Over The WeekendOver the weekend, Maryland State Police responded to 15 DUI-related crashes.
Baltimore County Police Offering Precincts As Safe Exchange Zones For Online SalesWith more people buying and selling items on websites like craigslist and Facebook Marketplace, Baltimore County Police reminds everyone to be safe while exchanging these items.
How To Safely Use A Space Heater As The Weather Gets ColderAs it gets colder, its a good time to remind people of how to safely use space heaters.
Some Ravens Fans Were Back At M&T Bank Stadium For The First Time This Season With COVID-19 PrecautionsAt M&T Bank Stadium Sunday, a familiar sight -- Ravens fans coming and going as the team hosted the Pittsburgh Steelers for the first time this season as well as fans in the stands.
Seniors Are Better At Pandemic Safety Than Young Adults, CDC FindsOlder Americans are better than younger adults at following the recommendations from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus, according to a new survey.
UMD Asks Students In Denton Hall To 'Restrict Activities' After Surge In COVID-19 Cases ReportedThe union that represents the more than 3,400 employees at the University of Maryland College Park says workers are concerned for their own safety following what they report is an increase in coronavirus cases on campus.
Anne Arundel County Police Warn Parents To Monitor Children's Online ActivityA warning from Anne Arundel County police urges parents to monitor their children's online activity and use of social media.
Coronavirus Latest: Masks Will Be Required For All Maryland Students, Staff When Schools Reopen, 'Local Flexibility' Allowed For FallFace coverings will be required for all students and staff if and when Maryland schools reopen, state officials said Wednesday.
Baltimore's Duck Duck Goose Restaurant Temporarily Closes Due To COVID-19 ConcernsDuck Duck Goose in Baltimore's Fells Point is temporarily closing due to COVID-19 concerns.
Reopening After COVID-19: Maryland Zoo Will Reopen June 24 To Members, June 27 To General PublicThe Maryland Zoo will reopen following a three-month closure due to the coronavirus on Wednesday, June 24, but it will be for members only. They will reopen to the general public on June 27.
'Expectations Of Safety' Are Greatest Obstacles In Economy's Road To Recovery, Prof SaysWith so much uncertainty in the world, economic recovery will be a long, slow process.