Man caught on doorbell video after 89-year-old woman’s dog stolen
A Baltimore woman is calling for the safe return of her companion after someone stole her dog. Doorbell camera video appears to catch the dognapper in the act. “It’s such a mean thing to do,” victim Bernadette Anderson said. Anderson will turn 89 years old in early March....
Severe weather, gusty winds possible in Baltimore area on Wednesday afternoon
BALTIMORE, MD—The weather in the Baltimore area could get a bit bumpy over the next 24 hours, according to the National Weather Service. Forecasters say a strong cold front will bring heavy rain and high winds to the region later on Wednesday. Southerly winds are gusting up to 25 mph on Wednesday morning with 40-55 mph gusts expected later in the afternoon and overnight as the front passes. Winds will continue Thursday before diminishing Thursday night. A Wind Advisory will be in effect for the Baltimore area from 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday though 4:00 a.m. on Thursday.
Ongoing Investigation Following Shooting in Baltimore County
Baltimore, MD – The Baltimore County Police Department is actively investigating a shooting incident that occurred in the 6900 block of Lachlan Circle. At present, details about the incident are…
Afternoon thundershowers return
Another day of warm but moist air hangs with us. A cold front then sweeps in to bring us some thundershowers for this afternoon.
Weather Talk: Big swing coming, here's why
Brace for a wild weather swing! A strong cold front will slash temperatures by 40 degrees overnight, bringing gusty winds, possible thunder, and even snow flurries. From balmy 60s to freezing wind chills in the teens, get ready for a dramatic shift as spring battles winter's last stand.
Teen Dies After Single Vehicle Collision In Prince George’s County
The Prince George’s County Police Department’s Collision Analysis and Reconstruction Unit is investigating a fatal collision that occurred Friday in the city of Greenbelt. The deceased driver is 17-year-old Erson Cruz of Riverdale. On February 23, 2024, at approximately 08:40 am, officers responded to the 7900 block of...
Maryland town named among happiest cities in America
BALTIMORE, MD—With the International Day of Happiness coming up on March 20, the personal-finance website WalletHub this week released its report on 2024’s Happiest Cities in America in an effort to find out which cities provide the best conditions for Americans’ mental and physical well being.
Court testimony reveals aftermath of BPD Officer Keona Holley's shooting
Testimony is underway in the trial of Elliot Knox, the man accused of killing Baltimore City police officer Keona Holley and another man within hours of each other. The prosecutor called the murders "executions," but Knox claims he had nothing to do with the shootings. In December 2021, city police...
BARCS animal shelter to host fee-waived adoption event this weekend
BALTIMORE -- The Baltimore Animal Rescue and Care Shelter (BARCS) is hoping to draw in new adopters with a fee-waived adoption event this weekend.The event, which is sponsored by Patient First, will take place on March 1-3 during normal operating hours. BARCS is open from 2-6 p.m. on weekdays, and 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. on weekends. Adopters should bring a valid photo ID and proof of current address. Adopters should be at least 18 years of age.Baltimore City residents are still responsible for the $10 pet license fee. For more information, you can visit the BARCS website.
Washington, Baltimore among nearly 50 million in eastern US at risk of severe storms packing damaging winds
Nearly 50 million people across the eastern U.S., including Baltimore, Washington and Charlotte, North Carolina, are bracing for a round of possible severe weather and damaging wind gusts on Wednesday after a powerful cold front barreled across the Midwest and Ohio Valley Tuesday and into early Wednesday, leading to dozens of Tornado Warnings and reports of large hail.
Cold front to bring wind, rain, plummeting temps
A cold front is set to bring major weather shifts to Maryland this week. || Closings/Delays | Weather Advisories | Radar | Forecast | Email Alerts | Send us your pics ||. Wednesday night, the chances for showers will increase along with strong winds. A Wind Advisory begins at 6 p.m. Winds of 20-30 mph are expected with gusts up to 55 mph.
Tony's timeline for rain over the next 48 hours
Get ready for a weather rollercoaster! Meteorologist Tony Pann predicts a mild and cloudy afternoon with rain likely during the evening commute. A warm Wednesday awaits, but brace for a dramatic drop as a strong cold front brings thunderstorms and plunges temperatures from the 60s to the 20s overnight!
A Taste of El Salvador: 4 Baltimore Restaurants You Can't Miss
This article presents four remarkable Salvadoran restaurants located in Baltimore. Have you had the chance to visit any of them yet? If yes, we'd love to hear your experiences and thoughts. Please share your comments below!
Linthicum Heights Feb 27 Weekly Crime Report
During the last week, Linthicum Heights saw a total of 13 crime cases reported. The most prevalent crime was theft, with 6 reported incidents, making up nearly half of all cases. This was followed by arrests and other types of incidents, each with 3 reported cases. The least common crime was assault, with only a single case reported. The data indicates a worrying prevalence of theft in the place, highlighting the need for residents to be vigilant about their belongings and personal safety. Meanwhile, the number of arrests suggests that local law enforcement agencies are actively pursuing offenders. The "other" category, comprising non-criminal incidents, reminds us that not all reported cases involve criminal activity. Overall, the crime situation in Linthicum Heights demands attention, with a clear need for effective strategies to curb theft and other offenses.
Search for missing Maryland woman enters second week
STEVENSVILLE, Md. - Have you seen Laura Shallue?. The 54-year-old has been missing since Feb. 5. Her loved ones told Maryland State Police that Shallue was driving her silver 2007 Nissan Altima across the Chesapeake Bay Bridge that night, and they haven't heard from her since. She was reported missing the next day.
Family wants safety changes at Howard County intersection where woman was struck, killed
ELKRIDGE - A family who lost a loved one in a crash late last year is fighting for additional pedestrian safety features to be placed along a section of Route 1 in Howard County. Tanya Lilly, 48, was hit by two vehicles while crossing the roadway near the intersection of Doctor Patel Drive just before 6 a.m. on Dec. 29, 2023, according to police.However, investigators said the second driver in a dark-colored passenger vehicle that struck Lilly left the scene before police arrived.That person has yet to be identified by police. Nearly two months later, the family wants to help others avoid the...
4 adults, 2 juveniles charged for nearly 80 violent crimes, says Maryland Attorney General
Baltimore (WBFF) — Two juveniles are among six suspects linked to alleged gang activity and organized crime across the Baltimore region. On Tuesday, Maryland Attorney General Anthony Brown announced indictments related to at least 80 violent crimes tied to the criminal enterprise:. 18-year-old Lavelle Little, facing 269 counts. 18-year-old...
Baltimore County residents voice concern over proposed development
BALTIMORE COUNTY, Md. (WBFF) — A group of Baltimore County residents gathered in a Perry Hall library Tuesday, voicing their concern for proposed development across the County. In the forum hosted by the organization Republican Women of Baltimore County, the community concerns centered around proposed apartment complexes and affordable...
Baltimore County passes $2.5 billion budget with job cuts, class size changes
BALTIMORE - The Baltimore County School Board approved a $2.5 billion budget proposal.Our media partners at The Baltimore Banner report that the proposal cuts about 500 mostly vacant staff positions which will save around $30 million. Superintendent Myriam Rogers says that was part of a trade-off to lower class sizes in grades 3 through 5.Cindy Sexton, President of the Baltimore County Teacher's Association, said she expects those cuts to be temporary while backing the budget because it provides a 13% pay raise to all employees over the next three years."I don't love any budget that cuts positions," Sexton said. "I'm sure none of us do."
Pasadena Feb 27 Weekly Crime Report
During the last week, a total of 46 crimes were reported in Pasadena. The most common type of crime reported was theft, accounting for nearly 44% of the total with 20 cases. This was followed by assault, which made up 33% of the crimes with 15 incidents. Vandalism was the third most common crime with 7 cases, which is about 15% of the total. The remaining 4 cases, constituting around 9% of the total, were categorized as 'Suspicious Situation', 'Other', 'Burglary', and 'Arrest', each with a single incident reported. This data highlights a concerning trend of high incidences of theft and assault in the place. It is crucial for the local authorities to intensify their efforts in combating these crimes to ensure the safety and security of the residents.