Champ and Major arrived at the White House Sunday (1/24). President Biden and the first lady wanted to settle in before welcoming their German shepherds. Champ likes his bed by the fireplace and Major loves running on the South Lawn, according to the White House.
Gov. Larry Hogan Gives An Update On COVID-19 In MarylandGov. Larry Hogan announced that more no appointment, walk-up vaccination lines will open in Maryland starting Thursday.
Family Of Darius Gore Sues Baltimore Police After Deadly Police ChaseA lawsuit was filed against Baltimore Police after Darius Gore was struck and killed as police chased a suspect who allegedly stole a car last spring.
Howard County Announces Changes To Its School Resource Officer ProgramHoward County Executive Calvin Ball and Police Chief Lisa Myers discuss changes to their school resource officer program.
Major Crash Blocks All Lanes On Bay Bridge, Route 50 WestboundMajor Crash Blocks All Lanes On Bay Bridge, Route 50 Westbound
Chopper 13 Is Over The Scene Of A Fire At The Domino Sugar Factory In BaltimoreChopper 13 Is Over The Scene Of A Fire At The Domino Sugar Factory In Baltimore
Family of Ken Gerstley Pleads For Information In His MurderKen Gerstley's wife, Lori, pleaded with the public Tuesday morning asking that anyone with more information about his murder come forward.
Gov. Larry Hogan Announced 3.3K State Employees To Relocate To Baltimore City For WorkGov. Larry Hogan announced Monday 3,300 state employees from 12 state agencies will be relocated to offices in downtown Baltimore to help support economic development.
MD SPCA Looking To Keep These Dogs Together For LifeIndigo and Sasha are a bonded pair of 3-year-old dogs recently put up for adoption at the MD SPCA.
Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski Releases $4.2B Budget For FY22, Prioritizes Education And COVID-19 RecoveryBaltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski released a $4.2 billion budget for fiscal year 2022, prioritizing education and the county's coronavirus recovery.
Former U.S. Attorney Robert Hur To Lead Asian American Hate Crime Workgroup In MarylandGov. Larry Hogan announced he's forming an Asian American Hate Crime Workgroup.
11 Years Young: Princess The Cat Seeks New HomeShe’s a loving companion who will gladly jump to your lap for pets, but will be just as happy spending time with her favorite scratching post.
Baltimore City Officials Give COVID-19 UpdateBaltimore City Officials Give COVID-19 Update
Gov. Hogan Visits Mass Vaccination Site At Greenbelt MetroGovernor Larry Hogan gives a press conference in Prince George's.
Frederick Police Give Update On Shooting Of 2 Sailors Tuesday MorningTwo sailors remain hospitalized after a Navy medic opened fire near Fort Detrick Tuesday morning. The suspect, 38-year-old Fantahun Girma Woldesenbet, is dead.
Frederick Police Chiefs Says 2 Injured In "Active Shooting" Incident Near Fort DetrickThe U.S. Navy confirmed an "active shooter" incident at Fort Detrick in Frederick Tuesday morning. U.S. sailors were involved, the Navy confirmed.
Gov. Larry Hogan Makes Major Vaccination Related AnnouncementsAll Marylanders ages 16 and up can get vaccinated and more mass vaccination sites are opening up this week.
Diamond Darling The Dog Is Up For Adoption At The MD SPCA“Diamond Darling” is a 2 ½-year-old dog recently put up for adoption at the MD SPCA.
Anne Arundel County Police Give Details On March 18 Officer-Involved Shooting In PasadenaAnne Arundel County Police detailed what led to an officer-involved shooting in Pasadena last month.
WATCH: Gov. Larry Hogan Announces All Marylanders 16+ Can Now Pre-register For COVID VaccineWATCH: Gov. Larry Hogan Announces All Marylanders 16+ Can Now Pre-register For COVID Vaccine
Baltimore City Officials On COVID-19 Cases Spiking In The CityBaltimore city officials attribute a spike in COVID-19 cases to Gen Z, Millennials and Gen X.
Gov. Larry Hogan Announces Bipartisan Supported Budget For MarylandGov. Larry Hogan announced Wednesday a bipartisan-supported budget for fiscal year 2022 to help Maryland recover after the coronavirus pandemic.
Baltimore County Police ID Victims In Sunday's Fatal ShootingsBaltimore County Police identified the victims of Sunday's fatal shootings
Baltimore City Officials Give COVID Update: 3-26-21Baltimore City Officials Give COVID Update: 3-26-21
Baltimore Launching Community Clinic Locations To Vaccinate Underserved AreasBaltimore Launching Community Clinic Locations To Vaccinate Underserved Areas