6 Million Gallons Lost In Water Main Break In Md. Authorities say a water main break on a busy Hyattsville street caused the loss of 6 million gallons and covered the suburban road during the afternoon rush hour.
City Renames Street After 8-Year-Old Hero Who Died Saving Little SisterBaltimore honors an 8-year-old boy with a permanent reminder of his heroic actions. Decerio Coley saved his little sister from a house fire that later killed him and his brother.
Police Believe Same Man Robbed 2 Harford County BanksState police believe the same man is responsible for two bank robberies in a span of just over 48 hours in Harford County.
Community Helping Those Displaced After 26th Street CollapseMultiple families are still displaced after a major street collapse in Charles Village. Now the community comes together to help those not allowed back inside their homes.
Street Where 8-Year-Old Died In Rowhome Explosion Re-Named In His HonorHis death shocked the community and left his family heartbroken. It's been two months since 8-year-old Troy Douglas was killed in a rowhome explosion.
New Citywide Sweeping Program Will Get Rid Of Trash In Baltimore StreetsIt takes the phrase "spring cleaning" to another level. A new initiative in Baltimore will create a greener, healthier city by getting rid of all that trash piling up on our streets.
10 Commandments Monument Toppled In WashingtonA stone monument of the Ten Commandments that sits on a street behind the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington and was the subject of controversy in the past has been toppled by vandals.
Speed & Alcohol Factors In Fatal Crash In Harford CountyMaryland State Police say speed and alcohol are contributing factors in a fatal overnight crash in Harford County.
Harford County Crash Sends 4 To HospitalIn Harford County, a three-vehicle accident sends four people to the hospital.
Boy, 15, Struck And Killed While Crossing StreetMany are mourning the loss of a teenager who died after being hit by a car while on his way to school.
Streets Reopening In Baltimore After Grand PrixThe streets of downtown Baltimore will soon be back to normal as crews work to tear down the set up for the Grand Prix of Baltimore.