Former Maryland state Del. Cheryl Glenn indicted on federal honest services wire and bribery charges.
Baltimore First Responders Contract COVID-19Baltimore city leaders provide an update about the coronavirus in the city.
Gov. Larry Hogan, State Officials Address Marylanders On COVID-19The latest from the governor on coronavirus in Maryland.
Hogan Addresses Media About Coronavirus In BaltimoreGov. Larry Hogan speaks to the media about the state's response to the coronavirus during a visit to Baltimore.
Coronavirus In Maryland: Gov. Larry Hogan Orders All Non-Essential Businesses To CloseGov. Larry Hogan closes all non-essential businesses Monday, but doesn't issue lockdown in Maryland.
The Coronavirus Canceled Her 7th Birthday Party. Her Friends Made Sure She Still Got To CelebrateA group of well-wishers gave a Maryland girl whose birthday plans were canceled due to the coronavirus a very special surprise. Credit: Amanda Hunt Franklin
Baltimore Officials Urge Residents To Put Down Guns As COVID-19 Pandemic ContinuesBaltimore Mayor Jack Young urged residents to put down their guns and heed orders to stay home after multiple people were shot Tuesday night amidst the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Latest; Baltimore Mayor Issues State Of Emergency, Asks Residents To Stay HomeBaltimore mayor Jack Young said the city has reported its 5th positive coronavirus case as of Wednesday.
Coronavirus Latest: Gov. Larry Hogan Postpones April 28 PrimaryGov. Larry Hogan has decided postponed the April 28 primary in Maryland due to the coronavirus pandemic. The primary will be postponed to June 2.
Baltimore City Officials Hold Presser On First Coronavirus CaseBaltimore City Officials Hold Presser On First Coronavirus Case
Carroll County Officials Address Their First Case Of CoronavirusCarroll County reported its first coronavirus case in the county
Howard County Officials Respond To Coronavirus PandemicHoward County Officials Respond To Coronavirus Pandemic
Baltimore City Schools Superintendent Sonja Brookins Santelises On ClosureBaltimore City Schools officials discussed what parents, students and staff should expect during the two-week closure of city public schools during a press conference Friday morning.
Gov. Larry Hogan Activates National Guard In Maryland Due To Coronavirus ConcernsMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan activated the National Guard Thursday and announced more restrictions after 12 residents test positive for coronavirus -- including one community transmission case.
Gov. Larry Hogan Gives Update Wednesday On Coronavirus In MarylandGov. Larry Hogan has the latest on coronavirus in Maryland.
Gov. Larry Hogan Wants Older Marylanders To Avoid Large Crowds, TravelWith two new coronavirus cases in Maryland Tuesday morning, the governor is asking older residents to avoid large crowds and traveling.
Prince George's County Officials Investigating 3 Positive Cases Of CoronavirusPrince George's County officials investigating after 3 positive cases of coronavirus.
Harford County Officials Hold News Conference About Coronavirus PatientHarford County Officials Hold News Conference About Coronavirus Patient
Governor Hogan Gives Update On Coronavirus In MarylandGov. Larry Hogan gives an update on the coronavirus cases in Maryland.
Officials Give Update On 3 Maryland Coronavirus PatientsMontgomery County officials gave an update on the three coronavirus patients in Maryland.
Baltimore Police Release Surveillance Video Of Burglary And Sexual Assault SuspectPolice have released video of a suspect in an alleged burglary and attempted sexual assault in Baltimore on February 24th, 2020
Gov. Larry Hogan Gives Update On Coronavirus Testing, Plan In MarylandThere are eight new patients being tested for COVID-19, the new strain of coronavirus rapidly spreading across the globe, the Maryland Health Department said.
Baltimore Officials Announce Several Arrests In Recent HomicidesBaltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison announced a major arrest Thursday and said the department has made 20 other homicide arrests so far in 2020.
Gov. Larry Hogan Wants State Legislators To Discuss His Proposed Crime BillsGov. Larry Hogan called out Maryland legislators Thursday morning for a lack of action on passing several bills he believes will help address violent crime in Baltimore and around the state.
Heavy Downpours Around MarylandAs a line of severe weather rolls through, heavy downpours are possible in areas.