A 21-year-old man is wanted for the quadruple shooting of three women and one man in Baltimore in late August that killed one of the women, police say.
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Flying Dog Brewery Introduces Beer With Old BayFlying Dog Brewery Introduces Beer With Old Bay
Demonstrators Protest Death Of George Floyd Outside Of Baltimore City HallDemonstrators Protest Death Of George Floyd Outside Of Baltimore City Hall
Baltimore County Offering Online Scheduling For Free COVID-19 TestingBaltimore County Offering Online Scheduling For Free COVID-19 Testing
City Of Annapolis Closes Some Roads To Allow Restaurants More Outdoor Space To Seat CustomersCity Of Annapolis Closes Some Roads To Allow Restaurants More Outdoor Space To Seat Customers
Local Doctor Says COVID-19 Cases 'May Very Well Increase' As Protests Continue Across The CountryWith large gatherings and protests happening around the country, the big question is: could there be a resurgence of COVID-19, and how could it impact communities in Baltimore that have already been hit hard by this virus?
Bob Turk Has An Updated Look At Your ForecastBob Turk Has An Updated Look At Your Forecast
Demonstrators Gather, Hold Peaceful Protests Following Death Of George FloydDemonstrators Gather, Hold Peaceful Protests Following Death Of George Floyd
Baltimore City Offering Permits For Special Outdoor Dining OptionsBaltimore City Offering Permits For Special Outdoor Dining Options
Gov. Hogan Condemns George Floyd Killing; Maryland Moves To Stage Two Of Coronavirus Recovery RoadmapGov. Hogan Condemns George Floyd Killing; Maryland Moves To Stage Two Of Coronavirus Recovery Roadmap
Maryland Songwriter Hopes To Lift Spirits With Coronavirus-Themed TuneDuring these tough times, many people are trying to find different ways to lift each others' spirits. One songwriter out of Annapolis is doing just that through music.
AMC Theatres Has 'Substantial Doubt' It Can Remain In BusinessAMC Theatres Has 'Substantial Doubt' It Can Remain In Business
Bengies Drive-In To Reopen Wednesday NightA relic of yesterday is now well suited for today to give Marylanders a chance to finally experience the big screen 2.5 months after movie theaters were shut down due to the coronavirus.
Lamar Jackson, Ravens Receivers Holding WorkoutsLamar Jackson, Ravens Receivers Holding Workouts
Baltimore Organization Hopes To Use George Floyd's Death To End Police Brutality For GoodIn the wake of the in-custody death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, the organizers of a new group called "The Last 100 Years" have decided to take a stand for change.
Local Junior Uses Her Voice To Create Black Lives Matter RapLocal Junior Uses Her Voice To Create Black Lives Matter Rap
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Baltimore Offering Permits For Outdoor Dining OptionsBaltimore Offering Permits For Outdoor Dining Options
Police Investigating Multiple Reports Of Punctured Tires In NottinghamPolice Investigating Multiple Reports Of Punctured Tires In Nottingham
State Leaders Call For Maryland Election Officials To Resign After Primary IssuesMultiple state leaders on Wednesday called for Maryland's elections chief to resign amid issues reported during Tuesday's primary election.
Gov. Hogan Addresses Peaceful Protests, Maryland's Coronavirus ResponseGov. Larry Hogan addressed Marylanders Wednesday. He discussed how proud he was of residents for holding peaceful protests, and gave an update on the state's coronavirus response.
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.