Meteorologist Chelsea Ingram Has A Look At Your Tuesday Afternoon ForecastA few showers will remain throughout the afternoon, but all eyes are on a system moving into the region in time for the weekend.
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Ravens 2020 NFL Draft Position Set At No. 28Now that their season is over, the Ravens’ 2020 NFL Draft position is set.
Unattended Cooking To Blame For Fire That Displaced 4 People In OdentonFour adults have been displaced after a kitchen fire started Friday evening at their Odenton home.
Bill Aims To Close Loophole That Let Baltimore Officials Accept Gifts From LobbyistsBaltimore City Council president and mayoral candidate Brandon Scott introduced new legislation on Monday that he said will close a loophole that allows elected officials to accept gifts from lobbyists.
HealthWatch: 90 Percent Of Patients Wait Too Long To Get Knee ReplacementA new study finds 90 percent of patients who need knee replacement wait too long to get the procedure done.
Last Day To Register To Vote In Primary To Replace Late Rep. Elijah CummingsThe deadline to register is 5 p.m. Tuesday.
Hogan Announces His 2020 State BudgetMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan said crime was one of the biggest concerns across the state of Maryland Tuesday morning as he unveiled his state budget proposal.
Attorneys General From DC, Maryland Oppose Proposal To Allow Methane Gas To Be Shipped By RailAttorneys general from 15 states, including Maryland, and Washington, D.C., are opposing a Trump administration effort to allow liquid methane gas to be shipped by rail.
MS-13 Gang Member Sentenced To 50 Years In Prison In 14-Year-Old Ariana Funes-Diaz’s MurderA 17-year old MS-13 gang member was sentenced to life in prison on Monday with all but 50 years suspended for his involvement in the murder of 14-year-old Ariana Funes-Diaz.
Florida Lawmakers Debate If College Athletes Can Be Paid; Similar Efforts Underway In MarylandFlorida lawmakers began considering on Monday whether they would allow college athletes to profit from their fame, a move that comes as the NCAA looks into possibly removing its longstanding prohibition against it.
Unsanitary Conditions Found In DC Metro Garages, Audit SaysUnsafe and filthy conditions at Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority parking garages have prompted changes in how the structures are cleaned. Katie Johnston reports.
Gov. Larry Hogan Discussing State Budget Proposal Dedicated To BaltimoreMaryland’s governor is investing $21 million into Baltimore to help combat crime and help support officers and prosecutors.
1 Killed, 3 Injured In Tuesday Morning Shootings Around BaltimoreFour people were shot, 1 fatally, around Baltimore Tuesday morning. Katie Johnston reports.
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Weather Blog: The Cold Is ComingAnother mild one on tap today and this will never get old. But this will end, as all good things do, too soon.
Tuesday Morning Weather With Marty BassMild with rain and drizzle. High’s in the low 50’s.
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Baltimore Buzz: Pearl Jam Coming To Baltimore On Tour!What’s trending in Baltimore
Bob Turk Has One Last Look At Your Monday Night ForecastExpect some drizzle on Tuesday with highs approaching 50.
Proposed BPD Staffing Plan Would Eliminate Animal Abuse UnitAnimal advocacy groups are concerned by a proposal within the Baltimore Police Department’s staffing plan that calls for the elimination of the department’s animal abuse unit.
Baltimore’s Trauma-Responsive Care Act Passes Second City Council ReadingThe Baltimore City Council on Monday unanimously approved legislation designed to help address the root causes of crime in the city as police investigate another wave of homicides that took place over the weekend.
Reward Offered For Information In Fatal Towson Hit-And-RunThe family of a college professor killed in a hit-and-run near Towson Town Center on New Year’s Eve is offering a $20,000 reward for information in the case.
Church Eliminates School Lunch Debt For 2,500 Maryland StudentsA church in Glen Burnie has raised and donated funds to eliminate meal debt in Anne Arundel County Public Schools for more than 2,500 students.