AAA predicts that 39 million Americans will be traveling Thursday through Monday, up more than 8% from last year, including 814,000 Marylanders.
Meg McNamara Has Your Updated ForecastMeg McNamara Has Your Updated Forecast
Derek Beasley Has Your Saturday Night ForecastDerek Beasley Has Your Saturday Night Forecast
Man Found Dead Near His Walker On Anne Arundel County Roadway Saturday, Police SayA man using a walker to make his way along a major roadway in Anne Arundel County is dead after a vehicle struck him and fled the area, according to authorities.
Man Shot In Joppatowne Saturday, Sheriff's Office SaysA pizza delivery man shot in Joppatowne, Maryland, Saturday has been flown to a Maryland trauma center to receive treatment for his injuries, according to authorities.
Man Shot, Killed On South Hanover Street Saturday, Police SayHomicide detectives are investigating an early morning shooting in Baltimore’s Sharp Leadenhall neighborhood, according to authorities.
Derek Beasley Has Your Saturday Evening ForecastDerek Beasley Has Your Saturday Evening Forecast
Volunteers Work To Beautify Baltimore, Improve Its GreenspacesCommunity members and leaders are working to beautify Baltimore this summer.
Abortion Rights Protests Continue After SCOTUS Overturns Roe V. WadeMarylanders are protesting across the state over the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to end constitutional protections for abortion on Friday.
Howard Bernstein Has Your Updated ForecastHoward Bernstein Has Your Updated Forecast
Bob Turk Has Your Friday Night ForecastBob Turk Has Your Friday Night Forecast
Detectives Trace Deadly Shooting That Caused Crash To Area Near Baltimore's Carroll ParkInvestigators have determined that a Hanover man who was found shot in the head inside of an SUV in the city Sunday was initially injured near Carroll Park in South Baltimore, according to authorities.
Baltimore Pride Weekend Is Kicking OffExcitement is building in Charm City as Baltimore Pride weekend returns.
Maryland Will Experience The Domino Effect Of A Controversial Supreme Court Ruling On AbortionPeople gathered outside of Baltimore City Hall to speak in support of women's rights following a decision by the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade.
Johns Hopkins Experts Describe Updated Gun Control Laws As 'Great First Step'Gun safety scholars at Johns Hopkins University applauded Congress Friday for the most significant update to the nation’s gun laws in decades.
Your Money: Gas Rewards ProgramsDo those gas rewards programs really save money? Sina Gebre-Ab looks into their effectiveness.
Bob Turk Has Your Friday Evening ForecastBob Turk Has Your Friday Evening Forecast
Where's Marty? Checking Out City Cruises' Celebration For PrideThe company is hosting a drag brunch aboard its cruise ship.
Despite Supreme Court Decision, Abortion Remains Legal In MarylandPeople are reacting to the stunning U.S. Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.
Local And Proud: A Friendly BreadA small hobby in a northern California home turns into a growing business in Baltimore. Owner Lane Levine tells us the story of A Friendly Bread.
Where's Marty? Checking In With City CruisesThe business is offering a cruise on the harbor with a drag brunch for Pride weekend.
Where's Marty? Checking Out City Cruises' Celebration For PrideThe business is hosting the Queens Cruise, a drag brunch on the water.
Marty Bass Has Your Friday Afternoon ForecastMarty Bass looks at the weather for Friday, June 24. Plus, a look ahead to what should be a beautiful weekend.
HealthWatch: Study Highlights Benefits Of Fourth Pfizer DoseA study in Israel found a fourth dose of the Pfizer vaccine significantly increased protection against COVID-19 hospitalization and deaths.
Supreme Court Overturns Roe V. Wade; States Can Ban AbortionAbortion is protected in Maryland. It was approved by a voter referendum in 1992 and expanded by lawmakers earlier this year.