Appeals Court judge reinstates $38M jury verdict in 2016 death of Korryn Gaines

APPEALS COURT JUDGE REINSTATES $38M JURY VERDICT IN 2016 DEATH OF KORRYN GAINES

A years-long battle in court between the family of a mother shot and killed by Baltimore County police is over.

Judge deals setback to President Trump policy limiting asylum

JUDGE DEALS SETBACK TO PRESIDENT TRUMP POLICY LIMITING ASYLUM

A federal judge has knocked down a cornerstone border policy of President Trump's administration regarding asylum in the U.S.

 
 
 
Orioles' GM says 60-game season could be 'a lot of fun'

ORIOLES' GM SAYS 60-GAME SEASON COULD BE 'A LOT OF FUN'

On Friday, the Orioles will take the field together for the first time in three and a half months as spring training 2.0 begins.

Howard County officials warn against swimming in rivers, streams, lakes, ponds

HOWARD COUNTY OFFICIALS WARN AGAINST SWIMMING IN RIVERS, STREAMS, LAKES, PONDS

Illegal swimming has become such a dangerous issue that officials in Howard County are issuing a big warning.

 
 
 
Montgomery County school leaders perform run-throughs of school days

MONTGOMERY COUNTY SCHOOL LEADERS PERFORM RUN-THROUGHS OF SCHOOL DAYS

Montgomery County Public Schools has taken an extra step to give parents and students a visual of what they could expect in the fall.

Community mobile clinic program gets testing to Baltimore's most vulnerable

COMMUNITY MOBILE CLINIC PROGRAM GETS TESTING TO BALTIMORE'S MOST VULNERABLE

Getting coronavirus testing to some of the city's most vulnerable is not always easy, but a community mobile clinic program is aiming...

 
 
 
Storm threat to diminish after sunset

STORM THREAT TO DIMINISH AFTER SUNSET

Meteorologist Tony Pann shows where storms are moving through Maryland Wednesday night and looks ahead to the July Fourth forecast.

Hogan to young people on coronavirus: 'This crisis is not behind us'

HOGAN TO YOUNG PEOPLE ON CORONAVIRUS: 'THIS CRISIS IS NOT BEHIND US'

Maryland's governor has a new message for young people regarding the coronavirus.

 
 
 
Ice cream maker to replace The Sweet Shoppe at Cross Street Market

ICE CREAM MAKER TO REPLACE THE SWEET SHOPPE AT CROSS STREET MARKET

The Sweet Shoppe is leaving Cross Street Market, but another purveyor of desserts will be stepping in to take its place later this...

Owners of Vince's Crab House speak on lawsuit against county

OWNERS OF VINCE'S CRAB HOUSE SPEAK ON LAWSUIT AGAINST COUNTY

The owners of Vince's Crab House in Baltimore County are suing County Executive Johnny Olszewski.

 
 
 
Baltimore's Beechfield meal site to close due to COVID-19 case

BALTIMORE'S BEECHFIELD MEAL SITE TO CLOSE DUE TO COVID-19 CASE

Baltimore City Public Schools has learned that an employee working at the emergency meal site at Beechfield Elementary/Middle School...

3-week-old goat reported stolen from farm in Glen Arm

3-WEEK-OLD GOAT REPORTED STOLEN FROM FARM IN GLEN ARM

A small family farm in Baltimore County that raises Nigerian Dwarf dairy goats reported one of their newborn goats stolen.

 
 
 
Check radar for scattered storms Wednesday afternoon

CHECK RADAR FOR SCATTERED STORMS WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON

Meteorologist Taylor Grenda says check radar for passing scattered storms before heading out.

Board of Public Works approves $413M in state budget cuts

BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS APPROVES $413M IN STATE BUDGET CUTS

The Maryland Board of Public Works cut $413 million from the state budget Wednesday morning in a last-minute revision.

 
 
 
3 Canton restaurants close after employees test positive for coronavirus

3 CANTON RESTAURANTS CLOSE AFTER EMPLOYEES TEST POSITIVE FOR CORONAVIRUS

Three restaurants in the Canton neighborhood of Baltimore have closed after their employees tested positive for the coronavirus.

NYC passes budget that cuts $1 billion from NYPD

NYC PASSES BUDGET THAT CUTS $1 BILLION FROM NYPD

New York City lawmakers approved an austere budget early Wednesday that will shift $1 billion from policing to education and social...

 
 
 
Baltimore Restaurant Week reimagines experience amid coronavirus

BALTIMORE RESTAURANT WEEK REIMAGINES EXPERIENCE AMID CORONAVIRUS

For the first time in its history, Baltimore Restaurant Week will be open to both sit-down and fast-casual businesses, including those...

Free COVID-19 testing center opens in Glen Burnie

FREE COVID-19 TESTING CENTER OPENS IN GLEN BURNIE

The Glen Burnie Vehicle Emissions Inspection Program COVID-19 testing site is offering drive-thru testing without the need for an appointment...

 
 
 
Business catches fire on South Broadway in Fells Point

BUSINESS CATCHES FIRE ON SOUTH BROADWAY IN FELLS POINT

At least one business caught fire Wednesday morning in Baltimore's Fells Point neighborhood, fire officials said.

What you need to know about COVID-19: Many coronavirus cases may be undetected, expert says

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT COVID-19: MANY CORONAVIRUS CASES MAY BE UNDETECTED, EXPERT SAYS

An expert said Tuesday that the real case numbers may be higher than reported - and the number of new cases may already be at 100,000...

 
 
 



Miami police officer relieved of duty after graphic video involving woman...

Miami police officer relieved of duty after graphic video involving woman surfaces

Graphic video involving police and a woman at the Miami airport quickly prompted rebuke among residents and a top law enforcement official. Read more ...

A 72-year-old woman was gored by a bison at Yellowstone National Park when...

A 72-year-old woman was gored by a bison at Yellowstone National Park when she tried to take a picture

Officials said the woman approached the bison several times before it charged. Read more ...

Police: 24 dead in attack on drug rehab center in Mexico

Police: 24 dead in attack on drug rehab center in Mexico

Gov. Diego Sinhue said drug gangs appear to have been involved. Read more ...

Trump slams House's $1.5T bill as ‘wasteful Green New Deal initiative'

Trump slams House's $1.5T bill as ‘wasteful Green New Deal initiative'

House Democrats on Wednesday passed a $1.5 trillion “green” infrastructure plan that would increase funding to fix US crumbling infrastructure while also adding funding for... Read more ...

Judge deals setback to President Trump policy limiting asylum

Judge deals setback to President Trump policy limiting asylum

A federal judge has knocked down a cornerstone border policy of President Trump's administration regarding asylum in the U.S. Read more ...

1 killed, 4 injured in Indiana while working on professional fireworks display

1 killed, 4 injured in Indiana while working on professional fireworks display

Firefighters said 69-year-old Donald Winters and his friends were preparing for a Fourth of July show for the weekend when something went wrong. Read more ...

Citing racial bias, San Francisco will end mug shots release

Citing racial bias, San Francisco will end mug shots release

San Francisco police say they will stop releasing the mug shots of people who have been arrested unless they pose a threat to the public. Read more ...

Russian voters agree to extend Vladimir Putin's rule to 2036

Russian voters agree to extend Vladimir Putin's rule to 2036

Election officials say a majority of voters have approved amendments to Russia's constitution, allowing President Vladimir Putin to stay in power until 2036. Read more ...

Snakes can glide through the air - and this is how

Snakes can glide through the air - and this is how

For some, the sight of a snake slithering on the ground is scary enough, so how about one launching itself through the air? Read more ...

NYC passes budget that cuts $1 billion from NYPD

NYC passes budget that cuts $1 billion from NYPD

New York City lawmakers approved an austere budget early Wednesday that will shift $1 billion from policing to education and social services in the coming year. Read more ...