A measure to raise Maryland’s minimum wage to $15 in 2025 has been approved by the House of Delegates.
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Residents Of Poe Homes Rally To Voice Frustration With Slow Response To Water OutageThe water is back on at Poe Homes, but tensions are still high.
Multiple People Rounded Up During ICE Raid In Columbia, Witnesses SayImmigration and Customs Enforcement rounded up several people up Wednesday morning in Columbia.
Two Men Shot In Southwest Baltimore, 1 KilledOne man was killed and another man was injured in a double shooting in southwest Baltimore on Wednesday.
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Gov. Hogan Lowers Flags To Half-Staff In Memory Of Firefighter Michael Powers Who Died In The Line Of DutyGovernor Larry Hogan has directed that flags be lowered to half-staff in memory of a firefighter who died in the line of duty Tuesday while responding to a vehicle accident.
Water Main Break Confirmed On U.S. 40 In Ellicott CityOfficials have reported a water main break on U.S. 40 in Ellicott City Wednesday afternoon.
Ocean City Police Warn Of Social Security And Bitcoin ScamOcean City police are warning people about a scam where callers will say the person's social security number has been compromised and demand payment in Bitcoin, gift cards or wire transfers to fix the issue.
Annapolis Hosting Its First-Ever Pride ParadeThe first-ever Pride Parade and Festival in Maryland's state capitol is this Saturday.
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3 Men Arrested In Prostitution Sting Operation In Howard CountyDetectives have arrested three men in a prostitution operation in Howard County.
Gov. Hogan Announces 9.5 Percent Drop In Homelessness In Maryland Since 2017Governor Larry Hogan announced the overall homelessness in Maryland has dropped by 9.47 percent since 2017, according to data from the 2019 Point-Time County.
AAA Estimating 1M Marylanders Will Travel For Fourth Of JulyHitting the road this Fourth of July holiday? You won't be alone!
Baltimore Man Arrested On Drug Charges; 2 Kilograms Of Cocaine, Other Drugs SeizedA Baltimore man who state police believe dealt heroin and cocaine among other drugs in Carroll County and other parts of the area was arrested Monday after a four-month investigation.
State Officials Showcase Dangers Of Fireworks, Firecrackers Ahead Of Fourth Of JulyThey are packaged to sell excitement -- but in some places, like Baltimore and Ocean City, all fireworks are illegal.
Maryland Ranked 22nd Most Patriotic State In The NationWith the Fourth of July right around the corner, Patriotism is in the air, particularly right here in Maryland.
Recent Incident Highlights Importance Of Baltimore City Police Crisis Response TeamThe Baltimore City Police Crisis Response Team includes a licensed social worker and three specially trained officers to help anyone in need.
Computer Experts Working To Fully Restore Baltimore City Computer SystemComputer experts are doing what they can to make the city's computer system whole again, while residents still hang around waiting to pay water bills and parking tickets.
Feds Tracked Coast Guard Lieutenant Weeks Before ArrestThe FBI tracked the car of a Coast Guard officer, suspected of plotting a terror attack for weeks before his arrest.
ICE Activity Confirmed In Howard CountyImmigration and Customs Enforcement rounded up several people up Wednesday morning in Columbia.
US Lacrosse Joins With Claire Marie Foundation To Lower Melanoma Rates In Young Lacrosse PlayersUS Lacrosse has entered into a new agreement with the Claire Marie Foundation to work together in reducing the diagnosis of melanoma among adolescents and young adults within the lacrosse community.
Baltimore Man Helping 'Squeegee Kids' Find Jobs With Local Business OwnersThe man sending it calls it the "Hire a Squeegee Boy Challenge." The idea is that simple, employ one of the young men who approach cars wanting to wash windshields at city intersections.
Man Finds 8-Foot Boa Constrictor Near Lake MontebelloAn eight-foot boa constrictor was found slithering around near Lake Montebello in Northeast Baltimore on Saturday afternoon.
Some Baltimore Pools Closed This Week Due To Water IssuesBaltimore kids may have to find other places to cool off, as some pools had to close this week due to a variety of issues, Baltimore Recs and Parks said.
Howard County Schools Eliminate Class Rank For High SchoolersHoward County Schools are following in Anne Arundel County Schools' footsteps and are eliminating class rank in schools.
Hogan Blasts 'Exorbitant' Consulting Salary Of Former Baltimore County Interim SuperintendentGov. Larry Hogan took to Twitter Wednesday to show his disapproval of an "exorbitant" contract between Baltimore County Schools and former interim superintendent Verletta White.
Community Remembers Md. Man Who Died At Dominican Republic ResortIt was a somber day as friends and family remembered a Prince George's County man who died while vacationing in the Dominican Republic.
AAA: More Than One Million Marylanders Will Travel For July 4th HolidayAAA predicts more than one million Marylanders will take to the roads, skies, rails and waterways for the Independence Day holiday between July 3 and July 7, a nearly four percent increase over last year. Matt Yurus reports.
Delta Allows Customers To Change, Cancel Trips To Dominican RepublicIf you had plans to go to the Dominican Republic, but are having second thoughts following reports of nearly a dozen American deaths in the Caribbean country, you can cancel or change your trip if you booked through Delta. Matt Yurus reports.