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Man killed in porta potty fire outside of Baltimore Ravens stadium
BALTIMORE (AP) - Firefighters say a man died in a fire in a portable toilet near the Baltimore Ravens' stadium. News outlets quote Baltimore police as saying the Sunday fire in the parking lot of M&T Bank Stadium didn't appear to be criminal.
Anne Arundel County Council passes polystyrene ban
Anne Arundel County Council passed legislation banning food service businesses from using polystyrene containers. The council voted along party lines — 4 to 3 — Tuesday to pass Bill 5-19. That bill requires food service businesses to stop using polystyrene containers. Those businesses have a year af
Maryland weather: 5 or more inches of heavy snow could fall Wednesday; region under winter storm warning
A winter storm warning is in effect across Central Maryland on Wednesday, bringing chances for 5 inches or more of wet, heavy snow and a tenth of an inch of ice. The National Weather Service is calling for “heavy mixed precipitation” to arrive across the Baltimore region Wednesday morning. It is for
New Maryland driver's license requirements creating frustration amongst residents
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (ABC7) — The state of Maryland's new driver's license requirements demanded by federal law are not only creating longer lines at Maryland Motor Vehicle offices but also frustration for many residents who are having their identification documents rejected to get aMaryland REAL ID.
Maryland lawmakers react to lawsuit against President Trump's emergency declaration
ANNAPOLIS, Md. - President Donald Trump announced on February 15, he was declaring a state of emergency on the southern border. “We are talking about an invasion of our country with drugs, human trafficking…with all types of criminals and gangs,” Trump said.
Maryland Man Arrested at Union Diner; Charged with Luring a Child and Attempted Sexual Assault
UNION, NJ – New Jersey State Police officers arrested a Maryland man at a diner in Union for allegedly attempting to lure a 13-year old girl for the purpose of having a sexual encounter.
Alleged Arundel Mills Mall shooter in custody, police say
Police have arrested the 16-year-old wanted for a Saturday shooting at Arundel Mills Mall, according to the Anne Arundel County Police Department. Jamari Marquese Hammond, of Severn, was taken into custody, police said Tuesday. He was wanted on attempted-murder and other charges in a shooting at the
Mayor Pugh blasts Pimlico owners after they propose horse racing 'super track' in Laurel, not Baltimore
Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh is blasting the owners of the Pimlico Race Course after the company urged construction of a “super track” for horse racing in Laurel, not Baltimore.
Baltimore County Investigating Police-Involved Shooting
RANDALLSTOWN, Md. (WJZ) — Baltimore County Police are on the scene a police-involved shooting in Randallstown. The shooting was in the 8600 block of Liberty Road. The shooting happened in a parking lot of a shopping center.
Weather Call From Baltimore City Public Schools For Feb. 20
BALTIMORE, MD — Baltimore City Public Schools and school offices will be closed on Wednesday, Feb. 20. Officials made the announcement Tuesday night. All after-school and evening activities will be canceled on Wednesday, according to Baltimore County Public Schools.
Police Identify ‘Jane Doe’ Found Unresponsive On Baltimore Street
BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baltimore Police have identified a “Jane Doe” they initially couldn’t identify. The woman was found lying unresponsive in the 300 block of North Poppleton Street around 2:29 a.m. on Feb. 10. Police asked the public to help identify her Tuesday.
Two Newark residents killed in Maryland crash
Two Newark residents were killed Tuesday when their car veered off a road near Elkton, Md., and crashed into a tree, according to Maryland State Police. MSP officials identified the victims as Kaitlyn N. Lewis, 19, and Malik J. Chambers, 28, and reported that paramedics pronounced them dead at the c
Counties could have more say in state toll projects
Bills introduced in both General Assembly chambers last week would give all Maryland counties, and Baltimore city, more authority over state toll projects by requiring Maryland to acquire the express permission of the majority of affected jurisdictions before giving those projects the thumbs-up.
Men arrested in Frederick identified as suspects in Baltimore homicide
The two men arrested in Frederick on Sunday for drug and firearms offenses have since been linked to a Baltimore homicide, according to the Baltimore Police Department. Efrain Torres-Eusebio, 21, and Jose Alberto Santiago-Miguel, 20, became suspects in the Baltimore case after their arrest just afte
The 3 best German spots in Baltimore
Hoodline crunched the numbers to find the top German spots around Baltimore, using both Yelp data and our own secret sauce to produce a ranked list of where to satisfy your cravings.
3 charged in the death of Maryland father of two
HAGERSTOWN, Md. — Three people have been charged with the murder of a Maryland father of two on Friday after he was missing from Hagerstown for 10 days, police said. Twenty-seven-year-old Christopher Turner went missing on January 20th. His car was found unusually clean on the side of the road with
Serious Crash In West Baltimore Along MLK, Pennsylvania Avenue
BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Crews are on the scene of a serious crash in West Baltimore. The vehicle is on its side, along MLK and Pennsylvania Avenue. Southbound MLK is currently shut down and there are delays on the other side.
Four children as young as 12 charged with 'raping woman they stalked off bus'
Four children as young as 12 raped a woman they stalked off a bus, police said. Nile Campbell, Wilmer Ramos and Phillip Worrell, all 14, are accused of following the 19-year-old woman off the bus and forcing her into a garden.
Fatal opioid crashes in Maryland remain steady even as opioid use is up, report says
While Maryland is facing a growing epidemic of opioid addiction, there has not been a corresponding increase in traffic fatalities involving drivers who have the drug in their systems, a new report examining data from the state medical examiner found.
Next for Maryland: a state amphibian?
ANNAPOLIS — Several other states besides Maryland — nearly two dozen — have official amphibians. A group of students at Garrett County's Southern Middle School discovered Maryland doesn't have one, and they'd like to rectify that.