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Prosecutors: 2nd driver in fatal Baltimore Beltway crash said she smoked marijuana previous night
TOWSON, Md. (WBFF) — The second driver in the crash on the Baltimore Beltway in March that killed six people is being held without bond after police went to multiple locations trying to track her down. 54-year-old Lisa Adrienne Lea of Randallstown has been indicted on six counts of...
'Freak Drowning' Kills Glen Burnie's Larry Capps Mourned As 'Life Of the Party'
Support is swelling for the family of Glen Burnie native Lawrence “Larry” Capps, whose death has left a hole in his family following his unexpected death on Friday, June 2 at the age of 31. Also known to his loved ones as “LarBear,” “Big Swole,” and “Hammer,” Capps...
Canton Restaurant closing in Annapolis; Cracker Barrel moves forward
ANNAPOLIS, Md. — A longtime Annapolis restaurant has announced it's closing at the end of the month. The Canton Restaurant, on Ridgely Avenue off of Rowe Boulevard, will shut its doors after about 60 years in business. The restaurant posted on its website:. "Canton Restaurant would like to thank...
Jazzy Summer Nights returns despite poor air quality
Jazzy Summer Nights is back! The summer music series returned to the Baltimore Peninsula on Thursday night.
Mother starts foundation to honor late Navy son
There is nothing stronger than the power of a mother's love. Betty Buck sold her family-owned beer business so that she could start a foundation that would honor her Navy son and help other families.
Harrison explains why he's leaving Baltimore Police, acting commissioner promises stability
BALTIMORE -- Michael Harrison is stepping down following four years as Baltimore's police commissioner, one of the longest recent tenures.He said the decision was a mutual one made by him and the mayor."This was the most opportune time for me to pass the torch, and the mayor shares that vision that this was the right time," Harrison said while flanked by the mayor and his successor, deputy commissioner Rich Worley. Mayor Brandon Scott said both he and Harrison had been having conversations for weeks about Harrison's future. "This was the right time to make this transition," the mayor said. He did not provide...
Shootout leads to clues in robbery and pistol-whipping in Baltimore, say investigators
BALTIMORE (WBFF) — On April 16, 2023, in north Baltimore’s Charles North, a couple pulls into a busy shopping plaza on Maryland Avenue. “A male victim and a female approached a shopping center. The female got out of the vehicle and went into the store to purchase some items,” said Al Maresca, Deputy Marshal with the US Marshals Service.
Police: Thieves targeting drivers at gas stations
ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY, Md. — Anne Arundel County police say they're seeing an uptick in thieves targeting people while they are pumping gas. Surveillance video shows 10 seconds is all it takes for thieves to go into a person's car and snatch something out of the front seat before pulling off, without the driver ever noticing.
Baltimore Shooting Leaves Woman Dead and Man Injured
BALTIMORE, MARYLAND – A woman was fatally shot in Western Baltimore Tuesday evening. A man was also shot. The Baltimore Police Department is investigating the shooting. Shortly before 6:30 pm, police were on patrol and were near the 1300 Block of Booth Street when the officers witnessed a shooting. At the location, police found a 21-year-old man suffering from gunshot wounds to both of his legs. The victim was taken to a nearby hospital for treatment. An additional victim, 46-year-old Kimberly Benjamin, was found at the intersection of McHenry Street and South Carey Street. The victim was suffering from a The post Baltimore Shooting Leaves Woman Dead and Man Injured appeared first on Shore News Network.
B&O Railroad Museum in Baltimore announces $30 million transformation of campus and exhibit space
The B&O Railroad Museum plans a $30 million transformation of its Southwest Baltimore campus to restore a historic railroad repair building, add exhibits and community gathering space, and create a new neighborhood-facing entrance. CSX Corp., the corporate descendant of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, boosted the museum’s capital campaign for the project with a $5 million donation announced ...
Man released early from jail shot and killed in Woodlawn
A Thursday night shooting left a man dead in a parking lot on Security Boulevard. Baltimore County Police identified the victim as 54-year-old Frank Eubanks Jr.
9-year-old girl still in critical condition one month after crash
A 9-year-old girl remains in critical condition after a car hit her and her brother on Liberty Heights Avenue one month ago today. Community members held a prayer vigil for the two siblings who were hit on their way to school. "Every day is a little bit better, so we're...
Baltimore high school quarterback gunned down just days before graduation
BALTIMORE, MARYLAND – A school year filled with violence involving high school athletes across the nation claimed another life this week as K’Mauri Ebanks, a senior quarterback for Baltimore’s Digital Harbor High School, was gunned down in a hail of bullets, Sunday, just days before he was set to ...
34-Year-Old Shot Multiple Times In Baltimore
BALTIMORE, MARYLAND – A 34-year-old man was shot Tuesday evening in Western Baltimore. Detectives from the Baltimore Police Department are investigating the shooting. Just before 6:30, police arrived at the 3500 Block of Holmes Avenue to investigate a shooting report. Officers found the victim suffering from a gunshot wound to his right elbow and abdomen. The victim was taken to a nearby hospital and is expected to survive. If you have any information about this incident, please contact Western District Detectives at 410-307-2020 or Metro Crime Stoppers at 1-866-7LOCKUP. The post 34-Year-Old Shot Multiple Times In Baltimore appeared first on Shore News Network.
Sewage overflow prompts emergency closing on Patapsco River tributary in Anne Arundel Co.
ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY, Md. (7News) — After a sewage overflow, the Anne Arundel County Department of Health has declared an emergency closing and is warning people not to be in contact with the water in Stoney Run, a tributary of the Patapsco River in Linthicum Heights. On June 3,...
Anne Arundel Co. orders ban on plastic bags at grocery stores
In a bid to help protect the environment, Anne Arundel County, Maryland, ordered a ban on plastic bags at grocery stores on Monday night. It joins a growing numbers of counties in the D.C. region to enact bans on single-use plastic bags. Starting in January 2024, grocery shoppers in Anne...
Interactive map: Air quality for the Baltimore region and the rest of Maryland and U.S.
As air quality declined to “very unhealthy” levels in the Baltimore area Thursday morning, many local groups canceled or modified outdoor activities for the second straight day amid a historic outbreak of air pollution. In the graphics below view recent Air Quality Index reports from across the United States and historical looks at peak daily readings for fine particulate matter in the ...
Loud speaker outside 7-Eleven is disturbing the peace in Glen Burnie
GLEN BURNIE, Md. — Neighbors in one area of Glen Burnie are at their wit's end due to a noisy neighbor. But that neighbor is a 7-Eleven. "Thank you for shopping at 7-Eleven," is the phrase that rings out from a set of loudspeakers at the top of a pole pointing right at a quiet residential area.
Code Orange Air Quality Alert issued for Friday in Baltimore area
UPDATE: Central Maryland’s air quality has been revised to “yellow” on Friday as conditions continue to improve. BALTIMORE, MD—The Maryland Department of the Environment has issued a Code Orange Air Quality Alert for Friday in the Baltimore area. Wildfire smoke from Canada will still be present,...
Four Teenagers Arrested For Stealing Two Hyundais In Anne Arundel County
Police announced that four teenagers were taken into custody for stealing two cars in Anne Arundel County. According to officials, police located two 2016 Hyundai sedans that had been reported stolen. A 15-year-old male, a 15-year-old female, and two 14-year-old females were charged with the thefts. Join Our Text Club To Get The Latest Music, […] The post Four Teenagers Arrested For Stealing Two Hyundais In Anne Arundel County appeared first on 92 Q.
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