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The president of the Maryland Senate and the speaker of the state House are calling on Gov. Larry Hogan to explore offering in-person voting as an option during the June primary.

The Baltimore Police officer who fatally shot a man in East Baltimore on Monday night has previously shot and killed four other people in the past decade.

Violators could face a $5,000 fine and up to one year in prison. State police did not immediately say Tuesday how many, if any individuals were charged, just that law enforcement received 402 calls related to the order.

Baltimore's mayor, now and next, must face the incessant crime problem and stem city population loss while helping Baltimoreans recover from the pandemic.

Because the coronavirus situation is changing by the day, this can be an especially stressful time if you have travel plans for the immediate future. Should you cancel? What happens if you do? What about cruises? Can you still rent a car or take an Uber? And if you do have to fly, what’s your risk of contracting COVID-19 on a plane? Will you have to quarantine after? These are all good questions to be asking, here are the answers.

The first signs of the coronavirus’ strain on the health care system in Carroll County appeared Tuesday morning, with one unit at Carroll Hospital reaching its current capacity with patients.

Chuck Clark and Mark Andrews have begun to reckon with the idea that there might not be a 2020 NFL season. Or at least not the one they expected.

Car dealerships in Maryland will close sales departments and only sell cars either via appointment or online.

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan on Monday issued a "stay at home" order for state residents. What will that mean?

The Ravens have moved their final payment date for season tickets from May 15 to June 15, the team announced Tuesday,

Louis Frisino, whose drawings and paintings of wildlife were featured on stamps and won competitions, died of complications of Alzheimer’s disease March 21 at the Glen Burnie Health and Rehabilitation Center. The Severn resident was 86.

As the COVID-19 crisis has wreaked havoc on national and local businesses, some in the restaurant industry have tweaked their business model and started selling grocery store items that are in high demand

A man in his 80s is the second resident of a Mount Airy nursing home to die amid a coronavirus outbreak there, the Carroll County Health Department said Monday.

Andrews called Hurst “one of my best friends,” and still the news of his trade to Atlanta caught him off guard.

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