Traffic frustrations continue on the Bay Bridge as work moves forward on a major restoration project, leading Queen Anne's County's commissioners to call on the Maryland Transportation Authority to stop using a two-way traffic pattern on the bridge to alleviate congestion.
Friday Morning Weather With Meteorologist Meg McnamaraSome spotty showers, but mostly clear. High's in the mid 50's.
TGIF: Moveable Feast And CranksgivingTGIF: Moveable Feast And Cranksgiving
Coffee With: Bird WatchingCoffee With: Bird Watching
Fire Breaks Out At Edmondson Village Shopping CenterA 4 alarm fire broke out in West Baltimore Friday morning.
Baltimore Buzz: Coldplay Cancels Tour Over Environmental ConcernsWhat's trending in Baltimore
Kirwan Commission OKs Education Funding Plan; Goes To LawmakersA Maryland commission on education has approved a plan to update the state’s funding formula to increase teacher pay and improve schools.
Bob Turk Has An Updated Look At Your ForecastBob Turk Has An Updated Look At Your Forecast
Adoption Fees In Baltimore County Being Waved After Animal Cruelty Case In Middle RiverBaltimore County Aminal Services is waiving all adoption fees after dozens of cats were rescued from a home in Middle River.
Howard County Board Of Education Passes Redistricting PlanThe Howard County Board of Education voted Thursday to revise Howard County Public School System school attendance areas for the 2020–2021 school year.
PGPD Investigating Fatal ShootingPolice are investigating the fatal shooting of a 46-year-old man Wednesday night in Capitol Heights.
Voluntary Recall Of Cheese Nips IssuedCheck your Cheese Nips -- the cracker's parent company has issued a voluntary recall.
Police Arrested Man In Connection With Double Shooting In NE BaltimoreBaltimore police arrested and charged 21-year-old Terrence Myers in connection with a double shooting that occurred near a northeast Baltimore shopping center in late August.
MDTA Board Unanimously Approves Toll Modernization PlanThe Maryland Transportation Authority board Thursday unanimously approved a toll modernization plan the state says will save drivers more than $28 million over five years.
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3 Teens Arrested For Serious Assault In Parkville3 Teens Arrested For Serious Assault In Parkville
Former Mayor Catherine Pugh Pleads Guilty To Tax Evasion, Conspiracy To Defraud The U.S. In 'Healthy Holly' ScandalFormer Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh has pleaded guilty to several federal charges in the "Healthy Holly" scandal that ultimately led to her resignation. Pugh, 69, pleaded guilty to four of the 11 charges, including conspiracy to commit wire fraud, conspiracy to defraud the U.S. government and two counts of tax evasion.
Bob Turk Has A Look At Your Thursday Night ForecastBob Turk Has A Look At Your Thursday Night Forecast
More Than 2 Dozen Candidates File In Special Election For Late Rep. Elijah Cummings' SeatDozens of candidates have officially filed to run in the special election to represent Maryland's 7th congressional district in the wake of Rep. Elijah Cummings' death last month.
Anne Arundel County Public Schools Expands Bias-Motivated Behavioral Program.Anne Arundel County Public Schools dealt with more than 200 racial incidents last year alone, and now, the school board is working to address race relations.
Bei Bei The Panda Lands Safely In ChinaBei Bei the panda has landed in China after leaving his former home at the National Zoo in Washington, D.C.
Residents, Ethics Expert React To Former Mayor Pugh's Guilty Plea In 'Healthy Holly' ScandalFormer Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh pleaded guilty Thursday to several federal charges in the “Healthy Holly” scandal that ultimately led to her resignation.
Towson University Volleyball On Tear Heading Into Conference TournamentThe Towson University volleyball team is on a winning streak- its best ever.
Maryland Turkey Farm Prepares For Busiest Time Of YearThanksgiving is just one week away, and for one farm in Fulton, this is the busiest time of the year.