The man charged with attacking a couple inside their Columbia apartment one week ago will face a judge Monday.
Southwest Will Have Nonstop Flights From BWI To Chicago Starting February 14, 2021Marylanders flying Southwest Airlines to Chicago will soon have double the options on where to fly in to.
Baltimore City Councilmen Push For Curbside Recycling Pickup To Resume, Pay Raises For WorkersBaltimore City Councilmen Push For Curbside Recycling Pickup To Resume, Pay Raises For Workers
Maryland Food Bank 'Pack To Give Back' Event To Be Held This YearMaryland Food Bank 'Pack To Give Back' Event To Be Held This Year
Nearly 200 Dogs Rescued From South Korean Meat Market Being Cared For In MarylandNearly 200 Dogs Rescued From South Korean Meat Market Being Cared For In Maryland
Report: Chesapeake Bay Dead-Zone Conditions Reduced 'Considerably' In 2020Report: Chesapeake Bay Dead-Zone Conditions Reduced 'Considerably' In 2020
Baltimore Native Adam Kolarek Wins World Series Title With Los Angeles DodgersBaltimore's own Adam Kolarek is a World Series Champion after the Los Angeles Dodgers defeated the Tampa Bay Rays Tuesday night at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas.
Towson Circulator Pilot Program To Give Free Rides, Begin In Fall 2021Baltimore County announced Wednesday the Towson Circulator will begin its pilot program in Fall 2021, and the rides will be free.
Coronavirus Latest: AACO Schools Teachers Demand Written Commitment To Safety Before They Head Back To The ClassroomsCoronavirus Latest: Anne Arundel County Schools Teachers Demand Written Commitment To Safety Before They Head Back To The Classrooms.
Maryland Zoo Shows Off New Leopard HabitatMaryland Zoo Shows Off New Leopard Habitat
Fire Destroys Longtime Baltimore County RestaurantA fire broke out at Jilly's Bar and Grill on Reisterstown Road early Wednesday morning, leading to a partial collapse of the building.
Maryland Man Who Refused To Wear Mask At Polling Site SuingA Maryland man is suing several Harford County officials after he refused to wear a mask at a polling center Monday and was arrested for trespassing.
Baltimore City Officials Approve $900K Settlement In Det. Sean Suiter CaseA $900,000 settlement in the Detective Sean Suiter case was approved Wednesday during a Board of Estimates meeting.
Multi-Vehicle Crash Reported In NW BaltimoreMulti-Vehicle Crash Reported In NW Baltimore
Maryland Center For History And Culture To Discuss History Of Voter Suppression, Current IssuesMaryland Center For History And Culture To Discuss History Of Voter Suppression, Current Issues
Johns Hopkins Professor Creates Equation That Calculates Individuals' COVID-19 RiskOne professor at John Hopkins University has come up with an equation that calculates the risk of getting COVID-19.
Loyola University Maryland's Radio Show 'What Happens Next' Tells Stories Through Local KidsLoyola University in Maryland's student-run radio station is looking for a few kids to star in a weekly radio show designed to spark their imagination.
Archaeologists Uncover 300-Year-Old Slave Quarters In MarylandArchaeologists Uncover 300-Year-Old Slave Quarters In Maryland
Coronavirus In Maryland: October 28, 2020 (Evening Update)Coronavirus In Maryland: October 28, 2020 (Evening Update)
Radee Prince Found Guilty In 2017 Shooting Deaths Of 3 Coworkers At Advanced Granite SolutionsRadee Prince, the man accused of opening fire on his co-workers at a granite business in Edgewood in 2017, killing three people and injuring two more, has been found guilty.
Maryland Center For History & Culture Working To Educate Residents About Voter SuppressionMaryland Center For History & Culture Working To Educate Residents About Voter Suppression
MDOT MTA Getting $4M In Federal GrantsMDOT MTA Getting $4M In Federal Grants
Maryland Department Of The Environment Helping In Coastal Delaware Oil Spill CleanupMaryland Department Of The Environment Helping In Coastal Delaware Oil Spill Cleanup
Meg McNamara Is Tracking Hurricane ZetaMeg McNamara Is Tracking Hurricane Zeta
Coronavirus In Maryland: October 28, 2020, P.M. EditionCoronavirus In Maryland: October 28, 2020, P.M. Edition