Gov. Hogan Considering 2020 Presidential Run
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan said he's seriously "considering" running against President Donald Trump in the 2020 primary while he spoke in front of an audience in New Hampshire Tuesday morning.

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Police Searching For Burglary Suspect In OverleaBaltimore County Police released this video of an Overlea burglary suspect.
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Crews Demolish 170-Year-Old Stone Mill Houses In Woodberry Ahead Of Multi-Use Project Without Warning, Neighborhood SaysTwo homes in Woodberry were demolished in a matter of minutes Tuesday as neighbors said the battle they fought to preserve them came to an end after crews knocked down the homes that dated back to the 1840s.
Board Appoints Dr. Darryl L. Williams As New BCPS SuperintendentMembers of the Teachers Union said they only found out through rumors and had just minutes to show up to witness the vote.
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Coming Up Tonight On WJZYour 11 pm top stories this Tuesday evening.
Baltimore Man Sentenced Life Plus 25 Years For Broad Daylight MurderOn March 16, 2018 at around 1 p.m., officers responded to the 2800 block of Hillen Road about a shooting. When they arrived, they found the victim, Tate, lying on the sidewalk with nine gunshot wounds.
80-Year-Old Woman Dies In Frederick Crash On Route 15Police are investigating a fatal crash from earlier Tuesday afternoon.
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Dairy Queen Delivering 'Box Of Happy,' Summer Themed Experience Box Across The CountryBox of Happy is a subscription box filled with seasonal activities for the family.
Annapolis Police Searching For Missing 12-Year-Old GirlYocelin Ayala was last seen in the unit block of Bricin Street on Tuesday at around 8:15 a.m.
Maryland Among States Suing Federal Government Over Rule Allowing Clinicians To Refuse AbortionsThe lawsuit filed Tuesday in Manhattan federal court asks a judge to block a rule by the Department of Health and Human Services that is scheduled to take effect in July.
Man Found Guilty Of First Degree Murder At Knights Inn In LaurelMalachi Ellis, 21, was found guilty by an Anne Arundel County Circuit Court jury.
Ex-DC Cop Sentenced For Paying Teen Girls For SexA Maryland man who pleaded guilty to paying two teenage girls for sex while he was employed as a police officer in Washington, D.C., has been sentenced to 14 years in federal prison.
Marylanders Rally Against New Abortion Laws Passed Across USSeparate rallies throughout the state Tuesday gave a unified message aimed at responding to the wave of new abortion laws recently passed in states across the U.S.
Third Victim Identified In Deadly Edgewood FireDionne Dominique Hill, 32, was identified Tuesday by the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner.
Frederick Pediatrician Dr. Ernesto Torres Charged In Child Sex Abuse Granted BailA Frederick pediatrician charged with more than than 70 counts, including the rape of an 18-year-old and the sexual assault of an 11-year-old, was granted bail again Tuesday in a Frederick County Courthouse.
Family Of UMD Adenovirus Victim Takes Steps To SueIt's been six months since Olivia Paregol died from the virus, and now her family has filed a notice of claim with the state treasurer.
City Police Release Tattoo Pictures Connected To HomicideBaltimore City Police have released an image of a tattoo found on a woman's body who was found inside of a shopping cart at the Clarks Lane Garden Apartments on May 12.
Baltimore Woman Accused Of Smuggling Drugs Into PrisonA 40-year-old Baltimore woman was arrested Monday after she was caught trying to deliver drugs to an inmate in a Hagerstown prison.
Commissioner Michael Harrison Rounds Out Executive Team With 2 New Additions To Baltimore Police DepartmentBaltimore Police Department Commissioner Michael Harrison announced two new Deputy Commissioners on Tuesday, rounding out his executive team.
'They Have Been Selected As The Very Best' | MDOE Announces Teachers Of The YearThe Maryland Department of Education put its best foot forward on Tuesday and announced its Teachers of The Year.
Record Rainfall In 2018 Leads To Decline In Chesapeake Bay's HealthRain didn't just fall in 2018, it piled up into a record breaker. Scientists say the health of America's largest estuary declined last year due to the effects of record-breaking precipitation.
Annual Report Ranks Baltimore 15th Worst City For MosquitoesOrkin released its top-50 mosquito cities list for 2019. This year, Baltimore is up 27 spots, ranking 15th overall.
Woodberry Neighbors Upset Over Sudden Demo Of Historic HomesResidents of Woodberry learned Tuesday morning that crews had demolished two 170-year-old stone mill houses in their neighborhood.

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