Motions Hearing Scheduled Thursday In Capital Gazette Shooting CaseA motions hearing is scheduled to take place in Annapolis Thursday in the Capital Gazette shooting case.
FDA Authorizes First Coronavirus Antibody TestThe US Food and Drug Administration has issued its first emergency use authorization for a coronavirus test that looks for antibodies in the blood.
Family Of Murdered Bowie State Student Richard Collins III Pushes To Expand Maryland's Hate Crime LawThe family of Richard Collins III wants an expansion of Maryland’s hate crime law following a jury finding their son’s killer guilty of first-degree murder.
Sean Urbanski Found Guilty In Richard Collins III's Fatal StabbingA jury found Sean Urbanski guilty of first-degree murder Wednesday in the May 2017 killing of 23-year-old Richard Collins, III. Collins was days from graduating from Bowie State University when he was killed.
Woman Accused Of Abusing 310 Dogs Gets 60 Days In JailA woman accused of keeping 310 dogs in awful conditions at a Maryland puppy mill has been sentenced to 60 days in jail.
Valeria Smith Pleads Guilty To Accessory After The Fact For Stepmother Jacquelyn Smith's Murder In 'Panhandling' KillingValeria Smith has pleaded guilty to accessory after the fact in connection to the death of her stepmother Jacquelyn Smith.
Trial For Workplace Shooting Suspect Radee Prince Delayed Until 2020Radee Prince is accused of shooting five people, three fatally, at Advanced Granite Solutions before fleeing the state. He was later arrested in Delaware.
Jury Deliberating In Trial Of 7-Year-Old Taylor Hayes' MurderJury deliberations are underway in the murder case of 7-year-old Taylor Hayes.
Trial Underway For Man Charged With Killing Ex-Girlfriend Jasmine Morris, Leaving Body On School BleachersThe jury trial of a Baltimore man accused of fatally stabbing his ex-girlfriend and leaving her body on the bleachers at a city high school last year is underway.
Former Ravens RB Alex Collins' Trial PostponedFormer Ravens running back Alex Collins' trial that was set to start Monday was postponed.
'This Was A Senseless, Cruel Murder,' State Shows Jury Video Of Officer Amy Caprio's Fatal EncounterFor the first time, prosecutors showed jurors Officer Amy Caprio’s body-worn camera video showing the moment a stolen Jeep ran her over. It’s some of the most crucial evidence in the trial that got underway Tuesday.