Maryland Woman Legally Blind, Partially Paralyzed Starts Non-Profit To Promote Local BusinessesMary Catherine Derrin had a medical emergency that left her legally blind, partially paralyzed and unable to work.
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Officials Release 911 Calls After A Bull Was On The Loose In Baltimore WednesdayBaltimore City police Friday released several 911 calls detailing the first minutes a bull got loose and ran through part of west Baltimore Wednesday.
Maryland Gospel Artist Byron Cage Releases New BookA Prince George’s County gospel artist is turning the page on his career with his faith.
Crews Battle Fire On W. Fayette Street In BaltimoreCrews Battle Fire On W. Fayette Street In Baltimore
Maryland Zoo Warns Guests Of Crossing Over Animal EnclosuresOfficials at the Maryland Zoo said that they are prepared should any guest try to cross any barrier into an animal exhibit.
Man On Full Life Support After Trying To Save Neighbor From House Fire In Patterson ParkPierre Gibbons, the man who tried to rescue his neighbor from her burning Patterson Park home Monday night, is now on full life support, a family member posted on Facebook.
More Details Released After Human Remains Found In Glen BurniePolice in Anne Arundel County are still working to identify the woman whose remains were found in two different areas near Glen Burnie earlier this week, but an autopsy is giving investigators new clues in the case.
Anne Arundel County Schools Ask For Input On Pre-Labor Day School Start DateThe Anne Arundel County Public School system is asking parents, students and community members to weigh in on whether the next school year should start before or after Labor Day. Katie Johnston reports.
Baltimore State’s Attorney Asks For Nearly 800 ‘Tainted’ Criminal Cases To Be Thrown OutThe fallout from the Gun Trace Task Force scandal is now affecting hundreds of criminal cases involving the convicted city police officers and those implicated during trial.
Firefighters Rescue Cat From Vehicle’s Engine Bay Outside Windsor Mill RestaurantSome quick thinking by a few Baltimore County firefighters helped save a kitten’s life Thursday.
More Speed, Red Light Cameras To Be Installed In Parts Of BaltimoreBaltimore’s transportation department will be adding speed and red light cameras in a number of areas in the city in the next few months.
Vacant Home In West Baltimore Goes Up In FlamesFirefighters battled a blaze that broke out in a West Baltimore home Friday.
Baltimore County Executive Announces Legislation To Stop Housing Discrimination Against Low-Income RentersBaltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski announced legislation Friday that hopes to stop housing discrimination.
Roadwork In Harbor East Wraps Up, Central Avenue ReopensCommuters in Baltimore’s Harbor East neighborhood will find it easier to get to Harbor Point as Central Avenue fully reopens after construction. Katie Johnston reports.
Decision On Whether To Renovate Or Replace 3 Anne Arundel County Schools Could Come Next WeekAnne Arundel County’s school board is expected to vote next week on whether to renovate or replace three of the county’s elementary schools. Katie Johnston reports.
Red Light Cameras To Be Installed In Parts Of BaltimoreBaltimore’s transportation department will be adding speed and red light cameras in a number of areas in the city in the next few months. Katie Johnston reports.
LISTEN: 911 Calls From Loose Bull In West BaltimoreBaltimore City Police released 911 calls after a bull got loose in the city earlier this week.