As Marylanders Return From Labor Day Festivities, More People Are Testing Positive COVID-19Just as many Marylanders return from Labor Day weekend vacations and head back to school, more people are testing positive for COVID-19.
The US Is Returning To Early Pandemic Surges And Restrictions. It's Time To Compel People To Do The Right Thing, Expert SaysIt has been months since Covid-19 vaccines were made available to most of the US population and things are looking much more like they did early in the pandemic: cases are surging, events are being postponed and restrictions are back.
‘We’re Going To Be The Next Hot Spot’: Coronavirus Deaths To Surge In Mid-April, Warns Gov. HoganMaryland and the National Capital Region is expected to be the next hot spot for coronavirus, according to Gov. Larry Hogan, and a rise in fatalities could come as early as mid-April.
Ray Lewis To Appear On Popular Show, 'Lip Sync Battle'Ray will be challenging former Atlanta Falcons tight end Tony Gonzalez for an NFL-powered Lip Sync Battle like no other.
Baltimore Police Lower May Homicide Count To 42Baltimore police have lowered the city's homicide count for the month of May to 42.
Psychiatric Hospital Nurse Stabbed With SpikeAn investigation into the stabbing of a nurse at a state psychiatric hospital is focusing on how a patient obtained a 7-inch galvanized metal spike that he allegedly used in the attack, the facility's chief executive said Tuesday.
Southeast Baltimore Residents Take Action After Spike In Crime & Little Italy AttackResidents in some of Baltimore's most popular neighborhoods say they're seeing a dramatic increase in crime. At the center is last week's brutal beating of a man in Little Italy.
Baltimore Sees Huge Spike In Bed Bug Infestations Baltimore is seeing a huge spike in bed bug infestations.
Enough Is Enough: Community Calls For Peace After Spike In City ViolencePolice launch a massive effort to clear the streets, tripling their presence across the city this weekend. They hope the show of force will stop the gunshots ringing out night after night.
Yet Another Triple Shooting Reported In Northeast BaltimoreMore bloodshed on the city streets. Three women are shot in Northeast Baltimore with dozens of witnesses in the area.
Hagerstown Community College Sees Enrollment SpikeHagerstown Community College has jumped ahead of all other community colleges in Maryland in enrollment growth.
FBI Probing Spike In Armored Car Robberies In D.C.The FBI says armored car robberies have spiked in Washington over the last year, and as investigators look for possible links between the heists they also worry about the risk of violence that accompanies them.