Childcare Providers Across Maryland Uncertain About Their Future Due To CoronavirusAll child care providers in Maryland except those serving essential personnel need to close by the end of the day Friday, officials announced Thursday.
Indra Teresa Bailey Arrested In Murder Of 96-Year-Old Stepmother In Baltimore CountyA 62-year-old woman was arrested Thursday in the murder of her 96-year-old stepmother earlier this month, Baltimore County police said Friday. Katie Johnston reports.
Anne Arundel County Man Charged With Child Pornography PossessionAn Anne Arundel County man was arrested Thursday for possessing child pornography, police said. Kenneth Austin Stewart, 68, of West River, is charged with ten counts of possession of child pornography. Katie Johnston reports.
Coronavirus Latest: Bill Gates 'Impressed' By Hogan's Handling Of COVID-19 Pandemic In MarylandBillionaire philanthropist and Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates is applauding the efforts of several U.S. governors, including Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, for their responses to the coronavirus pandemic. Katie Johnston reports.
Judge Rejects Appeal 2015 Conviction Of Ahmed Omar Abu Ali In Al-Qaida PlotA judge again rejected a request from a northern Virginia man who sought to overturn his life sentence for joining al-Qaida and plotting to assassinate then-President George W. Bush. Katie Johnston reports.
Teen Brothers Charged With Attempted Murder In Drug-Related ShootingTwo teenagers have been charged with attempted murder and robbery in a drug-related shooting in Aberdeen, police said. Katie Johnston reports.
Marty Bass Has A Look At Your Friday Afternoon ForecastExpect a few damp days over the next week.
T. Rowe Price Donates 100K N95 Masks To Johns Hopkins, UMMST. Rowe Price donated more than 130,000 N95 masks to a number of U.S. hospitals, including Johns Hopkins and University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore, to help health care workers treating coronavirus.
Montgomery County Schools Loaning Out Chromebooks For Students During Coronavirus ClosureWith schools closed for another month due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Montgomery County Public School system is loaning out computers for students who need them to do their homework.
39-Year-Old Asia Woodard Wanted For Alleged Assault Of 68-Year-Old ManPolice in Baltimore are asking for the public's help in locating a woman who is wanted for assault.
HealthWatch: N95 Masks Can Be Reused, Researchers SayResearchers at Duke University say N95 masks, the kind in high demand during the coronavirus pandemic, can be reused.
Coronavirus Cases In Maryland Rise To 774; 5 Deaths Now ReportedMaryland officials say there are now at least 774 cases of coronavirus in the state. That's an increase of 425 cases over the last three days.
Police: 2 Men Shot In East Baltimore Thursday MorningPolice are investigating after two men were shot in east Baltimore late Thursday morning.
Man Arrested For Attempting To Rob Baltimore County Royal FarmsAn Essex man was arrested after allegedly trying to rob a Rosedale Royal Farms convenience store, Baltimore County police said.
Thomas Lehan Charged In Wife's MurderA Middletown man has been arrested in the death of his wife who was reported missing earlier this week.
Baltimore City Hires Squeegee Kids To Distribute Meals During COVID-19 PandemicBaltimore city officials hired squeegee kids to help during the coronavirus pandemic.
Police: Baltimore Officer Injured After Patrol Car Collides With Civilian CarA Baltimore police officer has minor injuries after their patrol car collided with a citizen driving on Howard Street, police say.
Census Estimate: Baltimore's Population Dips Below 600K For First Time In More Than A CenturyEstimated population figures from the U.S. Census show Baltimore's count dips below 600,000 residents for the first time in more than a century.
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Baltimore Buzz: Rihanna Drops Album OvernightHere's what is trending in Baltimore.
Coffee With: Golden West CafeGolden West Cafe's still offering food options during the COVID-19 pandemic in Baltimore
Coronavirus In Maryland: March 27, 2020 AM EditionThe latest on coronavirus in Maryland.
Weather Blog: Make The Most Of QuarantineMarty Bass says you should make the most of quarantine and take some time to relax. Saturday will be gray but it'll be nearly 80 this weekend.
Marty Bass Has Your Friday ForecastClouds give way to some sun, 68 in Baltimore.

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