Applications For Baltimore Coronavirus Rent Assistance Program Open July 1Baltimore City is investing in more than $15 million to help tenants pay rent while they struggle financially during the coronavirus pandemic, Mayor Jack Young announced Monday.
Police Investigating Shooting In ColumbiaA 23-year-old man is in critical condition following a shooting in Columbia Monday evening, the Howard County Police Department said.
Lawsuit Filed Against Baltimore County Executive Over Protests At Vince's CrabhouseA lawsuit has been filed on behalf of a Baltimore County restaurant that saw several days of protests following a racist comment the owner made on social media.
Hopkins Students, Alumni Call For Permanent End To Police Force ProposalA group of Johns Hopkins students, faculty and alumni gathered at Wyman Park on Monday to call for an end to any plans to create a private police force at the university's Baltimore campuses.
NAACP Plans To Move Headquarters To DCThe NAACP plans to move its headquarters from Baltimore to the nation's capital, the group announced Monday.
An Order At Blue Put BBQ Means A Donation To BARCSAn Order At Blue Put BBQ Means A Donation To BARCS
Baltimore Buzz: Local Designer's Work On Display At BET AwardsRick and Denise share what's buzzing in Baltimore.
Bob Turk Has A Look At Your Monday Evening ForecastExpect plenty of sun on Tuesday.
Pop-Up Food Pantries Help 12,000 People In Howard CountyPop-Up Food Pantries Help 12,000 People In Howard County
UMD Names Administration Building After Former Sen. Mike MillerUMD Names Administration Building After Former Sen. Mike Miller
Orioles Scheduled To Begin Team Workouts WednesdayOrioles Scheduled To Begin Team Workouts Wednesday
Maryland Leaders Announce More Funding To Help Schools Amid Coronavirus PandemicMaryland will allocate $210 million to help schools and students most affected by the COVID-19 pandemic deal with remote learning.
Johns Hopkins Brings Coronavirus Testing To Hardest-Hit Parts Of BaltimoreJohns Hopkins Brings Coronavirus Testing To Hardest-Hit Parts Of Baltimore
Maryland County Closes Beaches To Non-Residents Due To CoronavirusQueen Anne's County officials are set to restrict the county's beaches and fishing piers to county residents only starting July 1 due to public health and sanitation concerns.
Maryland Teen Found Dead In Woods May Have Been TargetedThe Maryland teen whose body was found a day before her 18th birthday along a trail in Frederick may have been targeted, according to the Frederick County Sheriff's Office.
Fresh Produce Delivered To Hundreds Of Families In Bel AirFresh Produce Delivered To Hundreds Of Families In Bel Air
Maryland State Senator Calls For Boycott Of Restaurant Group Over Dress Code ControversyState Sen. Jill Carter is calling for a boycott of Atlas Restaurant Group in the wake of the latest dress code controversy involving one of its restaurants.
Ravens Seen Soaring In Skies Above M&T Bank StadiumIt's not uncommon to see ravens at M&T Bank Stadium, but they're usually on the field, not flying hundreds of feet above.
Maryland Man Who Ran Into Burning Home To Save Neighbor Released From HospitalMore than nine months after running into a burning home in Baltimore to save his neighbor, Pierre Gibbons returned home Monday to continue his recovery.
Harford County Offering Curbside Pickup For Property TaxesHarford County Offering Curbside Pickup For Property Taxes
More Maryland Casinos Reopen Amid Coronavirus PandemicMore Maryland Casinos Reopen Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
Maryland State Police Clear Gun Background Check BacklogMaryland State Police Clear Gun Background Check Backlog
Frederick Mayor Condemns Racist Graffiti Found In CityFrederick Mayor Condemns Racist Graffiti Found In City
MGM National Harbor Reopens Amid Coronavirus PandemicMGM National Harbor Reopens Amid Coronavirus Pandemic