Watch out cat filters and upside down congressmen, a new Zoom snafu happened right here in Maryland.
Thousands Of Maryland Students Remain In Quarantine With Covid-19 Cases RisingThousands of central Maryland students are in quarantine as more students and staff are testing positive for COVID-19.
Residents React To City's Upcoming Plastic BagBy the end of next week, Baltimore City’s plastic “bag ban” will be in effect.
Baltimore Buzz: Happy First Day Of FallHere's what's buzzing in Baltimore.
Bob Turk Has Your Evening Weather ForecastBob Turk Has Your Evening Weather Forecast.
CDC Investigating Salmonella OutbreakThe CDC is warning of a salmonella outbreak across 27 states including in Maryland.
AACO Executive Willing To Comprise On Third Lane For Bay BridgeAnne Arundel County Executive said he's willing to compromise as long as it isn't near Sandy Point.
Loaded Handgun & Ammunition Found At Chesapeake High School In EssexOfficials are investigating after a loaded handgun along with ammunition was found at Chesapeake High School Wednesday.
Baltimore City State's Attorney Office Introduces New Program To Help Overturn Wrongful ConvictionsThe program is called the Conviction Integrity Unit and according to the office, "In 2015, State's Attorney Mosby reconfigured and expanded the Conviction Integrity Unit (CIU), charging the division with investigating claims of actual innocence and wrongful convictions."
Baltimore City's Plastic Bag Ban Takes Effect October 1stShoppers must bring their own reusable bags to grocery stores next Friday. They will also have the option of purchasing bags at the store as well.
Man Convicted Of Killing His Wife, Sentenced To 25 YearsHe severely beat his wife in 2018 and she died of her injuries in May of 2019.
Severe Thunderstorm Warning In EffectThe rain will continue on and off tonight.
COVID Increase In Kids Causing Parents To Bypass Vaccine Age RequirementsThe FDA advised parents not to do this, as the agency may be getting closer to getting authorization for kids under 12.
Maryland Faces One Of Its Worst Nursing Shortages In History According To Health OfficialsHealth officials are calling it one of the worst nursing shortages in Maryland’s history.
SAT Test Scores Rise In MarylandGood news! SAT scores increased in Maryland, but the number of test-takers dropped.
Baltimore County Student Organizes Music Festival FundraiserA Towson high school student organized a fundraiser to help support the Chesapeake Bay.
Free Fall Baltimore, Celebration Of The Arts, Returns Friday October 1Free Fall Baltimore is a free month-long celebration of the arts in the Charm City held during National Arts and Humanities Month.
Ocean City Braces For Massive Crowds Ahead Of Unsanctioned H2Oi Car RallyA pop-up car show, often organized on social media, takes Ocean City by storm every year and this year is no different as the locals brace for massive crowds who they think will start showing up any day now.
GBMC Health Partners To Offer Drive-Thru Flu Vaccinations Beginning Tuesday, Sept. 28GBMC Health Partners announced that they will be offering drive-thru flu vaccinations for primary and specialty care patients beginning Tuesday, Sept. 28.
Get Windstream To Pay One Couple $1,500 To Use A Paper Map For One WeekCould you and your partner survive without your navigation system for one week for a chance to win $1,500?
8-Year-Old Boy Blamed For Setting Family House On FireAn eight-year-old boy is to blame for starting a fire at his family home.
Police Searching For Suspect Who Snatched Woman's Phone In WestministerPolice in Westminister are searching for a suspect who snatched a woman's phone Tuesday evening.
Morgan State Professor Files Lawsuit Against UniversityA Morgan State University professor is suing the school after she says that for years, she’s been paid less than her male colleagues whose qualifications match hers.
Faces Of Innocence: Harlem Park ThreeFaces Of Innocence: Harlem Park Three
Meteorologist Chelsea Ingram Has Your Evening Weather ForecastMeteorologist Chelsea Ingram Has Your Evening Weather Forecast.