- The family of a 20-year-old Crofton man who was fatally shot by an Anne Arundel Police officer in January has hired a Chicago civil rights attorney, and plans to sue the department in federal court next week.
- A federal judge handed down the last sentences this week in a racketeering case involving 15 people who were convicted for their involvement in a smuggling operation at the Jessup Correctional Institution.
- Navy Capt. Amy Bauernschmidt, a 1994 Naval Academy graduate, has now completed her first mission as the first woman to command a U.S. aircraft carrier.
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- A 21-year-old from Pasadena is awaiting sentencing after pleading guilty Thursday in U.S. District Court to a child pornography possession charge, admitting that he used file sharing services to collect and distribute images of sexual abuse.
- July is typically a hot month for home sales, but rising interest rates and fears of inflation and an economic slowdown threw cold water over the Baltimore region’s once-scorching housing market.
- Travis Titus Moore, Sr., 40, faces several felony drug and firearms charges, as well as drunken driving offenses following the crash on Patuxent River Road near Central Avenue around 11 p.m., according to a police news release.
- In an effort to improve safety for students going to school, exterior cameras have been installed on 750 Anne Arundel County Public School buses to capture images of vehicles that pass while the bright red, flashing “stop” arm is extended.
- Ricky Schwartzberg, 53, the former president of Peninsula Lacrosse Club pleaded guilty Wednesday to a felony theft scheme charge, and was ordered by an Anne Arundel Circuit judge to spend a weekend in jail before serving one year of house arrest.
- Attorneys for two Anne Arundel County restaurant owners filed notice Wednesday that they have appealed a circuit judge’s decision to dismiss a lawsuit challenging the county health officer’s January masking order, months after the health mandate expired.
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- A 42-year-old received a 10-year sentence from a federal judge Monday following a federal sweep of an Annapolis-area drug ring involving his family members.
- A Baltimore grandmother and her young grandson, missing since Thursday, were located Tuesday morning in Anne Arundel County.
- A 21-year-old Millersville man was jailed Monday evening after Anne Arundel County Police said he stabbed a teen in a fight near Marley Station Mall.
- County Executive Steuart Pittman selected Howard County attorney and recent political candidate Janssen Evelyn as the first-ever executive director of the county’s recently formed police accountability board.
- One of Orthodox Christianity's biggest branches, the Orthodox Church in America, holds its national conference in Baltimore starting Monday.
- A flood warning has been issued for Baltimore County until 6:30 p.m. on Saturday.
- Five inmates were injured Friday night during a fight at a prison in Jessup, according to the state Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services.
- Maryland's monumental task of counting hundreds of thousands of mail-in or drop-off ballots could delay results for close races, such as who the fall governor candidates will be, by days or even weeks.
- Two researchers say that out of the 100 largest U.S. metropolitan areas, Baltimore's housing market is the least overvalued, with the average price just 3% above its expected value.