Five Vehicle Accident Leaves Seven Injured, Including Volunteer FirefighterA multi-vehicle crash involving a Baltimore County fire department unit has westbound Route 40 shut down.
Baltimore Officials Say Resources In Place To Prevent Fells Point ViolenceAfter gunfire each of the past two weekends and three people shot, Baltimore city officials said they have the resources in place to try to prevent more violence this weekend in the popular neighborhood.
‘It’s Just All Political Agenda’ Some Business Owners Criticize Mayor, City Response In Fells Point; Street Closures In EffectThere was a visible police presence in Fells Point Friday night. Bill Packo owns Barley’s Backyard and has been a part of the Fells Point community for more than 3 decades. Like many others, he said he has reached his breaking point after violence and public drunkenness, which has been out of control in recent weeks.
Marylanders Frustrated About Unemployment Benefits Ending, Issues Filing ClaimsMany Maryland residents said they are fed up with Maryland’s BEACON unemployment system. Some are also upset at the governor’s decision to abruptly drop the extra $300 a week in unemployment benefits, which are federally funded and were supposed to last until September. They are now ending July 3.
Fells Point Shootings: 3 Injured, 1 Critically, In Incidents That Could Be LinkedBaltimore Police believe two shootings in Fells Point Saturday are connected. They're currently in the process of reviewing surveillance footage from the area and believe the suspect or suspects walked into the area on foot and also escaped on foot. A third shooting took place in south Baltimore an hour later, police said.
Study Finds That Maryland Is The Smelliest StateMaryland has a lot to offer. Crabs with Old Bay, the beach, sports teams and deep history, just to name a few. Yet one study just found a major flaw.
Anne Arundel County Officer Back On The Job, Cleared Of Any Wrongdoing Linked To Jan. 6 Capitol RiotsAn Anne Arundel County officer, who was suspended with pay during an investigation into their involvement in the January 6 U.S. Capitol riot, has returned to full duty status. 
Charles Street Promenade Returned To Baltimore SaturdayIn an effort to help struggling businesses in Mt. Vernon, the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore came up with the Charles Street Promenade. This one-day event shut down Charles Street from Saratoga to North Avenue, leaving it open to foot traffic so people can move safely and freely while supporting businesses.
Cicada Occupation Is Here And They Are Covering Maryland's Sidewalks, Trees, Doors And CarsThe cicada occupation is just getting started. Some of the red-eyed flying insects, which come out once every 17 years, have begun to emerge. But bug experts say you ain't seen nothing yet.
Frederick County State's Attorney's Office Will Not Pursue Charges On Officers Involved October 2020 Fatal Shooting Of Bryan SelmerThe Federick County State's Attorney's Office announced that they will not pursue charges of the officers involved in the fatal shooting of Bryan Selmer that happened in October of 2020. 
Grab A Ticket: Mega Millions Jackpot Grows To $515 Million During Winner DroughtIf you didn't buy a Mega Millions lottery ticket before Tuesday's drawing, you're in luck. Without a winner, the jackpot's gotten even bigger.
Maryland Still Feeling Effects of Colonial Pipeline HackThe Marathon gas station on Cold Spring Lane in Baltimore has been out of fuel since last week. Experts say this kind of ransomware attack is nothing new, but just another example highlighting cybersecurity vulnerabilities.
Baltimore County Man Charged In City HomicideA 43 year-old Baltimore County man was arrested for shooting and killing a man in Baltimore City.
Hogan Announces $192.9 Million In Additional Emergency Rental AssistanceGovernor Larry Hogan announced an additional $192.9 million in funding has been awarded to local jurisdictions through the Emergency Rental Assistance Program.
Caught On Camera: Baltimore County Officer Rescues Ducklings In White MarshA Baltimore County Police officer gave a helping hand to a mother duck and her ducklings earlier this month.