Ray Lewis is having a great month. Curtis Silva reports.
Retired Marine Celebrates 100th Birthday In SykesvilleRetired Marine Celebrates 100th Birthday In Sykesville
Maryland's Tax-Free Week Runs Sunday Through August 15If you're in need of some back to school clothing for the kids, or maybe you want to pick something up for yourself, this is the week to do it.
Gas Leak In Forklift Charging Station At Ikea Warehouse In Cecil CountyGas Leak In Forklift Charging Station At Ikea Warehouse In Cecil County
Maryland Court Orders New Trial In Federal Hill Bartender Alex Wroblewski Jr.'s Murder CaseThe Maryland Court of Special Appeals reversed the conviction of the man found guilty in the shooting death of a popular Federal Hill bartender- ruling he's entitled to a new trial.
DC Shooting Leaves 1 Dead, Some 20 Injured During Large Outdoor PartyChristopher Brown, 17, died in the shooting that occurred after midnight in a southeast side neighborhood where people had gathered for music and food, Peter Newsham, the chief of the Metropolitan Police Department, told reporters.
Coronavirus In Maryland: August 9, 2020Coronavirus In Maryland: August 9, 2020
City Police Investigating Saturday Night Shooting In Southeast BaltimoreooBaltimore City Police are investigating after a man is found in the 400 block of South Broadway Street suffering from multiple gunshot wounds.
Salmonella Outbreak Caused By Onions Spreads To 43 StatesA salmonella outbreak caused by onions is expanding and has infected 640 people from 43 states. At least 85 of them have been hospitalized, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said.
Police Search For Vehicle Involved In Hit-And-Run In St. Mary's CountyMaryland State Police are asking for the public's help in identifying a truck they believe was involved in a hit and run accident in St. Mary's County.
Anne Arundel County Police Investigating Shooting At Comfort Inn In BrooklynPolice in Anne Arundel County are investigating after a shooting Friday at the Comfort Inn in Brooklyn.
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Coronavirus In Maryland: Aug. 9, 2020 (AM Edition)The latest on coronavirus in Maryland.
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COVID-19 Pandemic Highlights Importance Of Farmers Markets, Local Vendors SayAs we all try to maintain social distancing amid the COVID-19 pandemic, farmers markets have provided an outdoor space for consumers to buy fresh, locally grown produce and products.
Leaders Rename Street In Honor Of Baltimore Police Sgt. Isaac Carrington Family, friends, local leaders and Baltimore Police Department members gathered Saturday to rename the 5600 block of Summerfield Avenue after Isaac Carrington, a Baltimore Police Sergeant who was injured in a shooting outside his home last year.
'Another Life Saved' Gives Out Food, Masks To Those In Need Amid Coronavirus Pandemic'Another Life Saved' Gives Out Food, Masks To Those In Need Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
Ceasefire Weekend Organizers, Local Faith Leaders Hold Prayer WalkOrganizers of Ceasefire Weekend and faith leaders held a prayer walk in west Baltimore on Saturday.
21-Year-Old Woman Killed In Shooting In West BaltimorePolice are investigating after a 21-year-old woman was killed in a shooting in west Baltimore on Saturday afternoon.
Three Women Injured After Shooting In South BaltimorePolice are investigating a triple shooting in south Baltimore that injured two women in their 70s and another in their 50s.
Baltimore County Police: Woman Shot While Sitting In Her Car In WoodlawnBaltimore County Police are investigating after a woman was shot in Woodlawn on Saturday morning.
Jaxon Edwin Social House In Ellicott City Closes Due To COVID-19An Ellicott City bar that was featured on Gordon Ramsey's 24 Hours to Hell and Back will close due to COVID-19.
Over 700 New COVID-19 Cases Reported In Maryland; Hospitalizations DownMore than 750 new coronavirus cases were reported in Maryland on Saturday as the total case numbers in the state surpassed 94,00.