Baltimore teams take home top 2 prizes in White Marlin Open

BALTIMORE TEAMS TAKE HOME TOP 2 PRIZES IN WHITE MARLIN OPEN

It's the largest fishing tournament in the world and it attracts competitors like Michael Jordan. The White Marlin Open in Ocean City.

Marriott hotel development slows as COVID-19 hits travel, financing markets

MARRIOTT HOTEL DEVELOPMENT SLOWS AS COVID-19 HITS TRAVEL, FINANCING MARKETS

A struggling economy and uncertainty among hotel owners has led to a dramatic slowdown in the expansion of Marriott International Inc.'s...

 
 
 
Heavy isolated storms possible overnight

HEAVY ISOLATED STORMS POSSIBLE OVERNIGHT

Meteorologist Ava Marie shows how there could be heavy, isolated storms throughout the area Thursday night in Maryland.

Anne Arundel's recent enforcement push finds 19 violators of coronavirus regulations

ANNE ARUNDEL'S RECENT ENFORCEMENT PUSH FINDS 19 VIOLATORS OF CORONAVIRUS REGULATIONS

Liquor inspectors across Maryland are cracking down on emergency restrictions at places that serve alcohol in an effort to slow the...

 
 
 
Mother mourns daughter killed in Baltimore explosion

MOTHER MOURNS DAUGHTER KILLED IN BALTIMORE EXPLOSION

The mother of one of those killed in Monday's explosion in northwest Baltimore is remembering her daughter as someone who loved people.

State lawmakers, superintendents discuss future of in-person classes

STATE LAWMAKERS, SUPERINTENDENTS DISCUSS FUTURE OF IN-PERSON CLASSES

Maryland lawmakers met with school superintendents to discuss what in-person classes will look like in the future.

 
 
 
Multiple-vehicle crash closes Outer Loop of Beltway at I-795

MULTIPLE-VEHICLE CRASH CLOSES OUTER LOOP OF BELTWAY AT I-795

Authorities closed the Outer Loop of the Beltway at I-795 for a multiple-vehicle crash Thursday afternoon.

'Lifesaving' PTC technology installed on all Amtrak-owned tracks

'LIFESAVING' PTC TECHNOLOGY INSTALLED ON ALL AMTRAK-OWNED TRACKS

Amtrak has finished installing technology on its tracks that is meant to enhance safety, the railroad announced Thursday.

 
 
 
New apprenticeship program seeks to fill shortage of skilled laborers

NEW APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM SEEKS TO FILL SHORTAGE OF SKILLED LABORERS

A need for skilled laborers in Maryland prompted a new apprenticeship program aimed at giving students the hands-on experiences they...

Flash Flood Watch in effect Thursday

FLASH FLOOD WATCH IN EFFECT THURSDAY

Meteorologist Lowell Melser shows how much rainfall we've seen in the past couple days and how much more is to come in Maryland.

 
 
 
President Trump says UAE to open diplomatic ties with Israel

PRESIDENT TRUMP SAYS UAE TO OPEN DIPLOMATIC TIES WITH ISRAEL

The announcement means that the UAE, which is home to the cities of Dubai and Abu Dhabi, would become the first Gulf Arab state to...

Anne Arundel County officer injured while making arrest at Pasadena Walmart

ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY OFFICER INJURED WHILE MAKING ARREST AT PASADENA WALMART

An Anne Arundel County police officer was injured Thursday morning while trying to arrest a disorderly subject at the Pasadena Walmart.

 
 
 
Small businesses get networking help from Anne Arundel nonprofit

SMALL BUSINESSES GET NETWORKING HELP FROM ANNE ARUNDEL NONPROFIT

A Maryland nonprofit is helping to bring small businesses together in a time when they need help and collaboration more than ever.

Private school athletic conferences postpone fall sports indefinitely

PRIVATE SCHOOL ATHLETIC CONFERENCES POSTPONE FALL SPORTS INDEFINITELY

Maryland's largest private school athletic conferences have delayed the start of fall sports indefinitely.

 
 
 
Anne Arundel health officer recommends against nonpublic schools reopening

ANNE ARUNDEL HEALTH OFFICER RECOMMENDS AGAINST NONPUBLIC SCHOOLS REOPENING

The Anne Arundel County health officer sent a letter to all private schools in the county recommending they don't open next month.

Local church provides comfort with prayer vigil for victims of explosion

LOCAL CHURCH PROVIDES COMFORT WITH PRAYER VIGIL FOR VICTIMS OF EXPLOSION

Community members stepped up Wednesday night to help people who were affected by the explosion.

 
 
 
Mother sues after 8-year-old son was put in handcuffs, arrested at his elementary school

MOTHER SUES AFTER 8-YEAR-OLD SON WAS PUT IN HANDCUFFS, ARRESTED AT HIS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

In the body camera video, the boy is sitting in a chair in the hall with his head down. One officer pats him down, puts handcuffs on...

Ice Queens owner says she faced racist comments, intimidation since opening

ICE QUEENS OWNER SAYS SHE FACED RACIST COMMENTS, INTIMIDATION SINCE OPENING

In Locust Point, a recently opened Black-owned snowball shop has seen a boom in business, but at the same time has had to deal with...

 
 
 
Residents continue to clean up, get supplies after deadly explosion

RESIDENTS CONTINUE TO CLEAN UP, GET SUPPLIES AFTER DEADLY EXPLOSION

People who live in Northwest Baltimore are still struggling with why, coping with loss and trying to get the supplies they need following...

Man struck by car in Randallstown dies

MAN STRUCK BY CAR IN RANDALLSTOWN DIES

A man struck by a car early Wednesday morning in Randallstown died, police said.

 
 
 



Trump announces peace deal between Israel, United Arab Emirates

Trump announces peace deal between Israel, United Arab Emirates

President Trump on Thursday announced a historic peace agreement between Israel and the United Arab Emirates that would pave the way for full normalization of relations between... Read more ...

Trump says Israel & UAE to restore diplomatic ties, deal said to delay...

Trump says Israel & UAE to restore diplomatic ties, deal said to delay annexing of Palestinian land

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US jobless claims fall below 1 million but remain high

US jobless claims fall below 1 million but remain high

WASHINGTON - The number of laid-off workers applying for unemployment aid fell below 1 million last week for the first time since the pandemic intensified five months ago yet... Read more ...

AMC is reopening its theaters next week with 15-cent tickets

AMC is reopening its theaters next week with 15-cent tickets

AMC is finally reopening its theaters, and guests will need to spend just 15 cents to get in. Read more ...

Biden calls for nationwide outdoor mask mandate for 3 MONTHS as CDC warns...

Biden calls for nationwide outdoor mask mandate for 3 MONTHS as CDC warns not following orders will cause ‘worst fall ever'

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden has urged all Americans to ‘mask up' outdoors for the next three months - at the same time as health officials warned disobeying... Read more ...

Travis Kelce cashing in with huge extension from Chiefs

Travis Kelce cashing in with huge extension from Chiefs

The Chiefs and star tight end Travis Kelce are reportedly closing in on an extension. According to multiple reports Thursday, the five-time Pro Bowler is about to ink a... Read more ...

'Fortnite's' Epic Games learned how to evade Apple's 30% rate before it got...

'Fortnite's' Epic Games learned how to evade Apple's 30% rate before it got kicked off the App Store. Here's why developers have long been concerned by the fee

Apple just yanked the "Fortnite" app from its store after Epic Games added an in-game direct payment option for players. The new option would mean that Epic Games could skirt... Read more ...

Canadiens coach Claude Julien rushed to hospital with chest pains

Canadiens coach Claude Julien rushed to hospital with chest pains

Julien, 60, is being kept under observation at the hospital. Read more ...

Trump opposes postal money that would help vote-by-mail

Trump opposes postal money that would help vote-by-mail

WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump declared Thursday that he opposes additional funding for the U.S. Postal Service, acknowledging that his position would starve the agency of... Read more ...

Justice Department finds Yale discriminates against Asian, white applicants

Justice Department finds Yale discriminates against Asian, white applicants

The Department of Justice said Thursday that it has concluded Yale University illegally discriminates against Asian American and white undergraduate applicants. Following a... Read more ...