Governor Hogan allowed the bill to become law without his signature.
Howard County Police Chief Marches With ProtestersHoward County Police Chief Marches With Protesters
Colleges Eye Fall Return Despite CoronavirusWith COVID-19 forcing most schools to finish out the year remotely, some local colleges and universities are now saying they plan to reopen their campuses for the fall semester.
Group Hopes To Save Baltimore's Institute Of Notre DameA group is hoping to raise enough money to keep the all-girls Institute of Notre Dame high school from closing.
Drugs, Gun Found In Vehicle In Glen BurnieDrugs, Gun Found In Vehicle In Glen Burnie
Training At Aberdeen Proving Ground This WeekTraining At Aberdeen Proving Ground This Week
Maryland Launches Campaign Promoting Importance Of Contact TracingAs the number of coronavirus cases in Maryland continues to climb, the state's health department is launching a new campaign to educate people about the importance of contact tracing.
Protesters Gather In Howard County Opposing Police BrutalityProtesters Gather In Howard County Opposing Police Brutality
Video Shows Protesters Turn In Man Who Allegedly Threw Firework At OfficersOfficers saw people setting off illegal fireworks and throwing objects near other protesters and police downtown, prompting city police to call Maryland State Police for backup.
Long Lines Reported In Baltimore For Presidential PrimaryAt one polling place, voters said it took 90 minutes to be able to cast a ballot.
WATCH: Video Shows Protesters Turn In Person Who Threw Firework At PoliceWATCH: Video Shows Protesters Turn In Person Who Threw Firework At Police
Mayor Young, Commissioner Harrison Hold News Conference After Peaceful ProtestsMayor Young, Commissioner Harrison Hold News Conference After Peaceful Protests
Crews Continue To Search For Missing Swimmer In Potomac River Near Great FallsMontgomery County Fire Rescue Services got a call Sunday around 5:30 p.m. saying a young man had jumped from the cliffs on the Virginia side into the river and hadn't resurfaced. Katie Johnston reports.
George Floyd Death: More Protests Planned In Maryland TuesdayGeorge Floyd Death: More Protests Planned In Maryland Tuesday
Baltimore, Washington Bullets Legend Wes Unseld Dies At 74NBA legend Wes Unseld died Tuesday morning after battling multiple health issues, his family said in a statement
Marty Bass Has A Look At Your Tuesday Afternoon ForecastSome strong to severe storms could pop up in Maryland on Wednesday.
WJZ Afternoon News & Weather Update 6-2-2020WJZ Afternoon News & Weather Update 6-2-2020
Police Investigating After Man Found Stabbed At Mobil Gas Station In Glen BurnieAnne Arundel County Police are investigating a stabbing in Glen Burnie that injured one man over the weekend.
Suspect Arrested In Shooting Of 14-Year-Old In Glen BurniePolice have identified and arrested a suspect in the shooting of a 14-year-old at the end of May.
HealthWatch: Physically Distancing At Least 3 Feet Reduces Spread Of CoronavirusHealthWatch: Physically Distancing At Least 3 Feet Reduces Spread Of Coronavirus
Voting Underway In Maryland Presidential PrimaryPolls close at 8 p.m. Hundreds of thousands of ballots were already cast by mail.
Body Camera Footage Of BPD Officer Hitting Woman ReleasedBaltimore Police have released body-worn camera footage of the now-viral video of an officer striking a woman after she struck another officer twice.
Man Charged In Shooting Of Baltimore Officer Joshua JacksonAntonio Janifer was arrested in Prince George's County Monday night and charged in the May 20 shooting of Baltimore Police officer Joshua Jackson.
Ravens, Steve And Renee Bisciotti Foundation Commit $1M To Social Justice GroupsThe Baltimore Ravens and the Stephen and Renee Bisciotti Foundation on Monday committed to donating $1 million to various social justice groups in the wake of the in-custody death of George Floyd in Minneapolis last week.
Judge Tosses Ex-University Of Maryland Basketball Players' 'Fortnite' Dance LawsuitA federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit in which two former University of Maryland men's basketball players accused makers of the "Fortnite" video game of misappropriating a dance move that the ex-teammates popularized.