Baltimore County police released body-worn camera footage from the May 16 deadly officer-involved shooting in Essex.
Gov. Larry Hogan Gives Update On Coronavirus Recovery In MarylandGov. Larry Hogan said Thursday he plans to use $250 million from Maryland’s Rainy Day Fund for small businesses hit by the pandemic.
Caught On Camera: Maryland Man Allegedly Wrote Letter Threatening Joe Biden, Kamala HarrisDoorbell camera video shows a person, allegedly James Reed, dropping off a letter threatening Democratic presidential and vice-presidential candidates Joe Biden and Kamala Harris at a home in Frederick, Maryland. Credit: Theresa Posthuma
Twinkle and Tigger are up for adoption at the MD SPCABonded pair of girls, overweight and need a little help with portion control and exercise. They are in the MD SPCA's Lucky 7 program, which means their adoption fees are waived.
Louie Is Available For Adoption At The MDSPCALouie is a sweet 8-year-old-man who is a favorite of the staff at Maryland SPCA. His foster family says "Louie is young at heart! He’s a little shy at first so little kids can be a bit scary to him. He was excited to check out our dogs but can be a little too rambunctious for some." Come check him out!
BPD Announce The Arrests In Fatal Shooting Of MTA Bus DriverTwo people were arrested in the fatal shooting of an MTA bus driver in Baltimore, police announced Friday morning.
Mister The Cat Is Up For Adoption At The MDSPCAMister is a mature, 10-year-old cat looking for a fur-ever home that can help him shed some extra pounds.. He's easy going, friendly, and loves having his fur brushed. To learn more about taking Mister home visit MDSPCA.org/Adopt. The best part? He has no adoption fee!
Mango Is Up for Adoption At The MD SPCAAt 3 years and 5 months, Mango is looking for a new home with a patient caretaker. She's a domestic short hair and may give "love nips" to new people at first, but will warm up quickly with proper care.
Max Powers Is Up For Adoption At The MD SPCAWhen Max Powers came to the MDSPCA, he was unable to walk and was in a lot of pain. His medical management plan was successful, and Max regained his ability to walk. See more of Max Powers at MDSPCA.org/Adopt.
U.S. Attorney announces charges against alleged "NFL" gang membersFederal and local law enforcement announced a new indictment charging the "NFL" gang in violent racketeering and drug conspiracies Thursday afternoon at a press conference.
Maple The Cat Is Up For Adoption At The MD SPCAMaple is an active, cuddly girl who is just 5 months old. She would be very happy starting out in one room with food, water, toys, and at least one litter box for about a week. She would like to slowly explore more space overtime. She likes a very clean litter box. Maple is what we call a Tortoise Shell color or “Torti”. Isn’t that striped face adorable?
Chopper 13 Over The Scene Of Where A Child Was Shot In BaltimoreBaltimore police are investigating after a 3-year-old was shot in the hand.
Baltimore Police Commissioner Says Illegal Dice Games Led To ViolenceDisputes stemming from dice games led to several violent crimes in Baltimore last week, police commissioner Michael Harrison said.
Baltimore Officials Give COVID-19 UpdateBaltimore officials give a COVID-19 update
Baltimore County Police Give Update After Detective Fires Gun During Attempted Burglary ArrestBaltimore County Police Give Update After Detective Fires Gun During Attempted Burglary Arrest
Officer-Involved Shooting Reported In Downtown BaltimoreOfficer-Involved Shooting Reported In Downtown Baltimore
Crews Respond To Tractor-Trailer Rollover CrashCrews Respond To Tractor-Trailer Rollover Crash
Crews Respond To Vehicle Fire In Baltimore AreaCrews Respond To Vehicle Fire In Baltimore Area
Ruppersberger Proposes "Hero" Pay Legislation For Medical Workers On Front Lines Of PandemicMaryland Rep. C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger on Thursday announced legislation that would provide "hero" pay to frontline medical workers amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Drub The Cat And His Brother Krubb Are Up For Adoption At The MDSPCADrub the cat and his brother Krubb are up for adoption at the MDSPCA. Although they're friends, they don't need to go together. They got lots of love and socialization. Now that they’ve had their neuter surgery, they’re available for a fur-ever home.
Hogan Announces Multi-State Partnership To Expand Rapid Coronavirus TestingHogan Announces Multi-State Partnership To Expand Rapid Coronavirus Testing
UMD Head Football Coach Pleads For Information In Son's MurderUniversity of Maryland head football coach Mike Locksley made a plea to the public Thursday asking for anyone with information about the homicide of his son Meiko three years ago.
Tabitha And Tango Are Up For Adoption At The MDSPCATabitha and Tango are super sweet 7-month-old kittens who have spent a lot of time getting medical treatment at the shelter to be ready for adoption. Tabitha is blind and Tango is blind in one eye. They can be a little shy at first when meeting new people, but they love attention and petting as long as the new people go slow with them. They love each other as well as snuggles and playtime.
Baltimore Mayor Jack Young Gives COVID-19 UpdateBaltimore's mayor says the city won't be moving into Phase 3 of the coronavirus reopening plan on Friday despite the governor's announcement that the state would.
Fired Hogan Administration Official Holds News ConferenceOne of Gov. Larry Hogan's staffers was fired over the weekend after social media posts he made about the unrest in Kenosha, Wisconsin were deemed inappropriate.