USNA Asks Alumni, Fans To Stop ‘The Snack Attacks’USNA Asks Alumni, Fans To Stop ‘The Snack Attacks’
City Police Officer Helps Injured Bird Near Visitors CenterAn officer on patrol near the Inner Harbor helped an injured bird.
Debate Over Air Conditioning In Schools Heats UpA debate is heating up over air conditioning in schools.
BSO Offering Discounted Tickets For This Weekend’s ConcertsThe orchestra is offering “deeply discounted” tickets for performances Thursday, Friday and Saturday. All three performances are at 8 p.m.
Jury Selection Underway For Man Accused Of Murder At A Fells Point BarJury selection is underway for the man charged with murder at a Fells Point bar.
Pedestrian Killed By Train In Baltimore CountyA pedestrian was hit and killed by a train Thursday morning, according to Baltimore County fire officials, causing delays to the Camden line of the MARC train.
The Maryland Book Bank Has A Newly Renovated VanThe Maryland Book Bank unveiled its newly renovated van Thursday.
Maryland Drivers Question Effectiveness Of Cashless Tolling On Bay BridgeThere’s a new plan to help ease traffic on the Bay Bridge as the start of a two-year construction plan could cause nightmares for drivers.
Towson University To Invest In More Officers After On-Campus Sexual AssaultTowson University will be hiring more police officers, counselors and other support staff. This comes after two reported sexual assaults right on campus.
Officer Accused Of Kneeing Handcuffed Suspect In CourtThe Montgomery County police officer accused of kneeing a handcuffed suspect in the back of the head was in court Thursday.
Md. Health Officials Issue Order To Health Care Providers To Report Cases Of Severe Lung Illnesses To The StateAs their investigation continues into the 23 reported cases of severe lung illnesses in Maryland, state health officials issue an order requiring all doctors and health care providers, as well as local health departments, to report cases of severe lung illnesses to the state.
Demolition Begins On Former Baltimore City Detention CenterAfter being shut down by the governor in 2015, what has been called the worst jail in the country is about to be torn down.
Hanover Street Bridge Closing This Weekend For WorkDrivers are being warned the Hanover Street bridge will be closed this weekend for repair work.
Police Looking For Gunman In Cockeysville MurderA 32-year-old Cockeysville man was shot and killed at a Baltimore County shopping center late Wednesday night, police said.
Christopher Hasson Pleads Guilty In Illegally Stockpiling Weapons, Buying OpioidA Coast Guard lieutenant accused of stockpiling weapons and targeting Supreme Court justices, prominent Democrats and TV journalists has pleaded guilty in a case charging him with gun and drug offenses Thursday.
Georgetown Students Push University For Action On Slavery ReparationsGeorgetown University students gathered Thursday to protest the university’s lack of progress on implementing reparations for descendants of slaves once sold by the school. Katie Johnston reports.
Get A Flu Shot In Baltimore Saturday Without Leaving Your CarHaven’t gotten a flu shot yet this year? MedStar Health is hoping to make the process quick and easy — so easy, you don’t even have to leave your vehicle. Katie Johnston reports.
Police Searching For Suspects In Thursday Morning 7-Eleven Armed RobberyAnne Arundel County police are searching for two suspects in an early morning armed robbery of a 7-Eleven in Severn. Katie Johnston reports.
20-Year-Old Arrested In Laurel ShootingA 20-year-old New Carrolton was been arrested Wednesday evening in a September 23 shooting in Laurel that left one man injured. Katie Johnston reports.
Virginia Teacher Says He Was Fired For Refusing To Use Male Pronouns For A Transgender StudentA Virginia teacher has filed a lawsuit saying he was wrongfully fired for refusing to use male pronouns for a transgender student. Katie Johnston reports.