The City is now into week four with Mayor Catherine Pugh on indefinite leave, and silence is surrounding Baltimore's top offices.
Construction Worker Killed In Montgomery County Crash Identified As Michael O'ConnorOfficials have identified the construction worker who was killed in a crash earlier this week in North Bethesda as a 61-year-old Middle River man. Katie Johnston reports.
Justice Department Gives Maryland Law Enforcement Agencies More Than $6.3M For Community PolicingEight Maryland law enforcement agencies will share more than $6.3 million in federal funding to help them hire more officers and other law enforcement personnel, the justice department announced Wednesday. Katie Johnston reports.
James Sheppard Arrested On Child Pornography Charges In Cecil CountyA Cecil County man was arrested Wednesday on numerous child pornography charges, state police said. Katie Johnston reports.
Number Of Homicides In Baltimore In 2020 Is Pacing Ahead Of Last Year's Record-Breaking RateThe number of homicides in Baltimore continues to outpace even last year's record-breaking rate, numbers released by the city's police department Wednesday show. Katie Johnston reports.
Navy Announces Football Game Against Notre Dame Will Not Be Played In Ireland, Could Be Moved To AnnapolisThe United States Naval Academy announced Tuesday that their football game against Notre Dame, scheduled for August 29 in Dublin will not be played in Ireland. The athletics department said that after "extensive consultation with the Irish government, medical authorities and the leadership teams at Navy and Notre Dame," the game will no longer be played there.
Leader Of 'Never Stop Grinding' Drug Shop Sentenced To More Than 5 Years In PrisonA leader of a Baltimore drug shop was sentenced Tuesday to more than five years in prison for conspiring to distribute and possession of crack cocaine with intent to distribute, the justice department said.
Police Arrest Suspect In Connection To Deadly Shooting In CarneyBaltimore County Police have charged a suspect in connection with the shooting death of a man in Carney on Monday night.
George Floyd Death: Protesters Gather In Bel Air, MarylandGeorge Floyd Death: Protesters Gather In Bel Air, Maryland
Maryland 16th-Safest State In U.S., Analysis FindsMaryland is among the safer U.S. states in which to live, according to an analysis by financial website WalletHub.
14-Year-Old Charged With Arson In La Plata House FireA 14-year-old girl was charged with arson Monday in connection to a fire at a vacant home in La Plata.
DC Church Bishop Outraged At Trump VisitThe bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Washington sharply criticized President Donald Trump for staging a visit to the historic St. John's Church across from the White House, where he held up a Bible after authorities had cleared the area of peaceful protesters.
Marty Bass Has Your Wednesday Afternoon ForecastA look at the latest weather in Baltimore, Maryland.
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Maryland Man Arrested After Pointing Pellet Gun At Driver In Severna Park, Police SayA Cockeysville man was arrested after allegedly pointing a pellet gun at the driver of another vehicle in Severna Park Tuesday night, the Anne Arundel County Police Department said.
Former Gubernatorial Candidate Krish Vignarajah Battling Breast CancerFormer Democratic gubernatorial candidate Krish Vignarajah had surgery Tuesday to remove a cancerous lump in her breast.
Healthwatch: Plasma Transfusions From COVID-19 Survivors Helped 76% Of PatientsA look at the latest health headlines.
Coronavirus In Maryland: Hospitalizations Drop As Cases Reach 55KThe coronavirus positivity rate is the lowest in 50 days.
George Floyd Protests: Demonstrations Continue Around MarylandProtests continue around Maryland.
Prince George's County Police Investigating Use Of Force IncidentThree Prince George’s County police officers have been suspended after video showed one of the officers kicking an assault suspect at a gas station, Chief Hank Stawinski said Tuesday.
Election Connection: Latest on Maryland's Primary ResultsIt's too close to call many races as officials continue to count mail-in ballots.
Officials Still Working To Count Ballots After Some Have Printing ErrorA number of Baltimore voters received mail-in ballots with errors on them, leading to issues when election officials went to count them, the Maryland State Board of Elections said Wednesday morning.
Severe Thunderstorm Watch Issued For Harford, Cecil CountiesWJZ News at Noon
Too Close To Call Baltimore Mayor's RaceMany primary election results are yet to be in tallied in Maryland.
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