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More than a dozen businesses done in by Cockeysville fire
A two-alarm fire has damaged or destroyed more than a dozen businesses along Cockeysville's Antique Row putting their future in jeopardy.
I-95 crash leaves two dead in Abingdon
Witnesses told investigators English was traveling at a high rate of speed when he lost control, crossed over two lanes and overturned across the northbound guardrail.
Woman charged in I-695 crash that killed six construction workers turns herself in
BALTIMORE -- A woman charged with crashing into and killing six construction workers in March turned herself in on Wednesday.Lisa Lea, 54, from Randallstown, was indicted on Monday on 28 counts. She was charged with six counts of felony negligent manslaughter by vehicle, six counts of death of a vulnerable person and numerous traffic violations. Also among her charges are aggressive driving and driving while impaired. Melachi Brown was arrested and appeared in court on Tuesday.Lea and Melachi Brown face a combined 55 charges. The judge recommended Brown be placed in home detention. He'll be required to wear an ankle monitor, and...
A bear in my area? It's pawsible: experts share what to do
COLUMBIA, Md. — Bears have been spotted recently in suburbs of Baltimore, Frederick and Howard counties. Most recently, a bear was spotted at Lake Elkhorn in Columbia. A resident of Columbia's Owen Brown community shared a video with 11 News, saying a black bear was in her yard for 15 minutes on Monday, and neighbors saw it swim across the lake from the woods.
Fire destroys building in Cockeysville during Code Red Air Quality Alert
The fire consumed at least two businesses and quickly spread to buildings on both sides, with fire crews battling for hours to contain the spread.
55-year-old shot multiple times in Baltimore
BALTIMORE, MARYLAND – The Baltimore Police Department is investigating a shooting that took place late yesterday afternoon in Western Baltimore. Just before 5 pm, officers arrived at the 1800 Block of West Lafayette to investigate a shooting report. At the location, police found a 55-year-old man suffering from multiple gunshot wounds to his leg. The victim was taken to a nearby hospital for treatment. An initial investigation uncovered that the unidentified suspect and the victim were involved in a verbal disagreement just before the shooting. If you have any information about this incident, please contact Western District Detectives at 410-307-2020 The post 55-year-old shot multiple times in Baltimore appeared first on Shore News Network.
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.
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.
Baltimore police commissioner departing after 4 years; led department through court-ordered reforms
BALTIMORE (AP) — Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael S. Harrison is stepping down after four years in the role, a tenure that focused on leading the city’s embattled police department through a series of reform efforts following the 2015 death of Freddie Gray. Harrison’s departure was announced Thursday morning at a news conference held on short notice at City Hall. Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott said the decision came after numerous conversations with Harrison over the past few weeks, and Harrison said he does not have another job opportunity lined up. Both provided vague answers when asked about the timing, focusing instead on the progress the department has demonstrated since Harrison took office in March 2019 and pledged to change the culture of policing in Baltimore. “In those conversations, it became convincing to me that this was the most opportune time for me to pass the torch,” Harrison said during the news conference. “We truly have become the greatest comeback story in America.”
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.
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 ...
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.
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,...
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...
Poor air quality causing concerns for pet health
Like people, pets are just as sensitive to the air quality around them. They can’t tell us when they are feeling sick so, it's hard to tell how the recent air has been impacting them.
Two Cockeysville businesses destroyed after 2-alarm fire
COCKEYSVILLE, Md. — Firefighters battled a two-alarm fire Wednesday afternoon at two businesses in Cockeysville. Baltimore County fire officials told 11 News that firefighters were called shortly before 3 p.m. to the 10800 block of York Road, where smoke was billowing from a commercial building. Due to the intensity...
Smoke Relief Coming Next Week, Unhealthy Air Quality Here To Stay (Mostly) Until Then
As of Thursday, June 8, levels in North Jersey were considered very unhealthy and in greater Philadelphia/the Lehigh Valley were considered hazardous. Levels in the Baltimore and Washington DC area were also considered very unhealthy as of Thursday morning. Areas around New York City were expected to see some improvement...
Baltimore County Fire Department announces 6 promotions
TOWSON, MD—The Baltimore County Fire Department has promoted six of its members. Fire Chief Joanne Rund has announced promotions to the rank of Fire Captain and Fire Apparatus Driver/Operator (FADO). Congratulations to the following:. FIRE CAPTAIN. Fire Lt. Aaron R. Carter. FIRE APPARATUS DRIVER/OPERATOR (FADO) EMT/FF Kyle J. Christensen.
Police Investigate Northwest District Shooting on Copley Road, Urging Public to Report Any Information
On June 8, 2023, at 9:36 a.m., police responded to a shooting on Copley Road where a 29-year-old male victim was found with a gunshot wound to his right leg. He was taken to a hospital and his injuries were not life-threatening.
Retired Truck Driver Wins $50,000 Lottery Prize with Lucky Scratch-Off Ticket
An Owings Mills retiree has won $50,000 after buying a $5 Hot 7s Tripler scratch-off ticket at Owings Mills Sunoco. The 71-year-old was shocked when he realised he had won the top prize, which he plans to use to pay bills.
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