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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: How long will snow keep falling? Here's a likely timeline for Wednesday's winter storm

A winter storm warning is in effect across the Baltimore region Wednesday, lasting through the evening. Here's what to expect from the storm, and when. Snow was slow to reach the Baltimore region Wednesday morning, but spread over Maryland by 9 a.m. Snow was coming down heavily once precipitation be


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.


Qualifications set Robyn Remick apart for Black Bears position

In the 90-minute round trip between her home outside Baltimore where she was born and raised and Piney Orchard Ice Arena in Odenton, Robyn Remick has time to think. She weighs the responsibility of turning the Maryland Black Bears hockey team into central Maryland’s “hometown” team.


Maryland Man Arrested After Walking Around Hotel With Bow And Arrow

SEAFORD, DE. (WJZ) — Two Maryland residents were arrested in Delaware Tuesday after a disturbance at a pizza store. A statement from the Seaford Police Department said officers responded to the Grotto’s Pizza on Sussex Highway for a report of customers leaving without paying. It was also reported th


Baltimore police officer accidentally shoots herself in the leg

An off-duty Baltimore police officer accidentally shot herself in the leg Wednesday in the Glen Oaks neighborhood, according to police. The officer, whom police did not identify, was injured around 10:30 a.m. in the 1100 block of E. Northern Parkway, police said.


UPDATE: A Sixth Person Has Died As a Result of a Traffic Crash In Prince George’s County

2/18/2019: A sixth person has died as a result of a single vehicle crash that occurred earlier this month in Prince George’s County. The sixth victim is identified as Cornell D. Simon, 23, of Oxon Hill, Md. Maryland State Police Crash Team investigators were notified that Simon succumbed to his inju


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


Teen wanted in Arundel Mills mall shooting taken into custody

HANOVER, Md. (ABC7) — The teenager wanted inlast weekend’s shooting at Arundel Mills mall has been arrested. Anne Arundel County police said Tuesday that 16-year-old Jamari Marquese Hammond, of Severn, was located and taken into custody.


Snow totals climbing; thundersnow reported in western Maryland

The late-winter storm coating the region in ice and snow this morning has dropped as much as 4.8 inches in some areas, and sparked the elusive "thundersnow" in eastern West Virginia and western Maryland.


Maryland Bill Allowing Unspecified Gender On Licenses Advances

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) – A measure to enable Maryland residents to select an unspecified gender on their driver’s licenses has advanced in the state Senate. Senators gave the measure preliminary approval Wednesday.


Arrest made in fatal intentional hit-and-run, DC police say

WASHINGTON (FOX 5 DC) - DC Police say an arrest has been made in an intentional hit-and-run that left a 35-year-old man dead in early February. Officials say at around 1:45 a.m. on Feb. 5, a man and 35-year-old Daniel Olaya, of Bowie, got into a verbal altercation in the 1900 block of 4th Street, No


Woman Battling Life Threatening Injuries After Car Crash in Edgewater

EDGEWATER, Md. (WJZ) — A woman is in critical condition following a serious car crash in Anne Arundel County. Officers responded to a call on Central Ave. East Loch Haven Road in Edgewater for a single vehicle crash on Tuesday at 6:15 p.m.


Crash that killed five children claims another life

A sixth person has died as a result of a single vehicle crash that occurred earlier this month in Prince George’s County. The sixth victim is identified as Cornell D. Simon, 23, of Oxon Hill, Md. Maryland State Police Crash Team investigators were notified that Simon succumbed to his injures on Febr


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.


DC Man Charged in Death of Man Struck by Car in Northwest

Police arrested a man in the death of a Maryland man struck by a car in Northwest D.C. earlier this month. Morris Harley, 36, is charged with first-degree murder and has a hearing scheduled for March 1.


205 Car Crashes, 138 Disabled Vehicles Reported Across Maryland

BALTIMORE (WJZ)– State officials have reported 205 crashes across the state, 138 disabled or unattended vehicles, and have answered 578 calls for service from 6 a.m. to 3 p.m.


Larger Than Life: The story of Larry Aaron III

Just after midnight on Jan. 1, 2018, Larry Aaron III, a Marshall University football player and Oakland Mills High School graduate, was paralyzed from the waist down after a stray bullet struck him in the back during a party in Severn.


Salisbury Man Pleads Guilty to Dealing Fentanyl Across Maryland's Eastern Shore

, Md. - A Salisbury man is facing more than a decade in prison after he pleaded guilty to dealing fentanyl and fentayl-like products across Maryland's Eastern Shore. One person died from ingesting the drugs in his possession.


Maryland revokes license of allergy doctor in Columbia and Westminster for misconduct involving teen patients

Dr. Surender K. Vaswani, who treated patients for allergies and asthma in Columbia and Westminster, had his licensed revoked for what the Maryland Board of Physicians concluded was immoral and unprofessional conduct and sexual misconduct.