UMD Grad To Be First Black Woman To Live On ISSUMD Grad To Be First Black Woman To Live On ISS
Baltimore Buzz: Ravens Gear Is Officially Available!Baltimore Buzz: Ravens Gear Is Officially Available!
Bob Turk Has An Updated Look At Your ForecastBob Turk Has An Updated Look At Your Forecast
Baltimore Couple Celebrates 70th Wedding AnniversaryBaltimore Couple Celebrates 70th Wedding Anniversary
Bob Turk Is Tracking Hurricane LauraBob Turk Is Tracking Hurricane Laura
Parents Push For Access To Internet Access Ahead Of Virtual Start To School YearParents Push For Access To Internet Access Ahead Of Virtual Start To School Year
Local School Districts React To Gov. Hogan’s AnnouncementLocal School Districts React To Gov. Hogan’s Announcement
Gov. Hogan Allowing Schools To Reopen For In-Person LearningGov. Hogan Allowing Schools To Reopen For In-Person Learning
BMA Will Begin Phased Reopening Next MonthBMA Will Begin Phased Reopening Next Month
Maryland Lawmakers Discuss Police Reform In Virtual HearingMaryland Lawmakers Discuss Police Reform In Virtual Hearing
Retailer Lord And Taylor Closing All Remain StoresRetailer Lord And Taylor Closing All Remain Stores
Howard County Officials Announce Funding For Projects Aimed To Prevent Flooding In Ellicott CityHoward County Officials Announce Funding For Projects Aimed To Prevent Flooding In Ellicott City
Carroll County Army Veteran Celebrates His 100th BirthdayCarroll County Army Veteran Celebrates His 100th Birthday
Reports: Novavax Expects Filing For COVID-19 Vaccine Approval In DecemberReports: Novavax Expects Filing For COVID-19 Vaccine Approval In December
Bob Turk And Meg McNamara Are Tracking Hurricane LauraBob Turk And Meg McNamara Are Tracking Hurricane Laura
DPW Suspends Curbside Recycling In Baltimore To Address Coronavirus-Related Trash BacklogBaltimore Department Of Public Works officials say a number of issues have created a major backlog in trash pickup around the city.
Gov. Hogan Updates Coronavirus Response, SchoolsGov. Hogan Updates Coronavirus Response, Schools
Government House Bathed In Light To Mark 100th Anniversary Of 19th AmendmentGovernment House in Annapolis was bathed in purple and gold light Wednesday night in honor of the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment. Katie Johnston reports.
Baltimore DPW Director Addresses Loss Of Solid Waste EmployeeA city DPW employee died on Tuesday while working his route.
Hogan Appoints Paul Corderman To Maryland SenateGov. Larry Hogan has appointed Paul Corderman to a Maryland Senate seat in Washington County. Hogan announced the appointment on Thursday. It follows the recommendation made by the Washington County Republican Central Committee. Katie Johnston reports.
Baltimore DPW Address Issues With City Trash PickupBaltimore DPW addresses issues with city trash pickup.
Marty Bass Has A Look At Your Thursday Afternoon ForecastSome severe storms are possible north of Baltimore Thursday afternoon.
Maryland Charged For Reselling Pesticides As Coronavirus-Killing Cleaning SuppliesA 35-year-old Frederick man faces multiple charges for allegedly repackaging and selling pesticides as cleaning supplies he claimed would kill the coronavirus.
Ravens Hold Practice Thursday Morning, Cancel Team Meetings To Focus On Social Justice WorkThe Baltimore Ravens were one of a few teams that took the field for practice Thursday morning as many teams boycott games due to the unrest following the shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin. However, the team is still planning to meet afterward to talk about social justice issues. Katie Johnston reports.