- Owner Tracks Stolen iPad, Helps Police Find Device, Suspect Annapolis Police say a man whose iPad was stolen from his car tracked the device and gave the information to officers, who found the device and a suspect.
- Medical Device Manufacturer Agrees to $13.5M Settlement Federal prosecutors say a medical device manufacturer has agreed to pay the U.S. $13.5 million over allegations of false claims for the company's devices.
- 14-Year-Old Arrested in Deadly Stabbing in Oxon Hill An 18-year-old man was stabbed to death early Thursday morning in Oxon Hill.
- Feds Won’t Reverse Denial of Baltimore Riot Disaster Aid The Federal Emergency Management Agency is refusing to reverse its denial of disaster aid to help Maryland and Baltimore recover millions of dollars in costs stemming from rioting in the city in April.
- Waterfront Mansion Goes Up In Flames In AACo. It happened just before 3:30 p.m. in the 200 block of Bay Front Drive on Gibson Island.
- 2 Teens Rescued From Water In Harford County Fire officials say the teens were swimming in Winters Run when the current swept them downstream.
- Gov. Hogan: Baltimore City Detention Center To Shut Down, Effective Immediately A troubled jail is shut down. The governor makes a bold move and closes the notorious Baltimore City Detention Center.
- Conflict Of Interest? Prosecutor In Freddie Gray Case Once Defended Gray In Court New revelations in the Freddie Gray death case. The deputy state's attorney, who's prosecuting the six officers involved, also once defended Freddie Gray in court.
- 3 Arrested in Connection With Quadruple Shooting in D.C. Three people have been arrested in connection with a quadruple shooting in Southeast, D.C. on July 4.
- D.C. Delegate Calls for Changes at National Mall to be ‘More Inviting’ D.C. Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton wants the National Mall to be a more inviting place, and she's asking the National Park Service to allow more food trucks and build more seating.
- VP Of Nat Geo Discusses Cecil The Lion, More Awareness Needed For Big Cats Today during a Nat Geo Wild presentation VP Geoff Daniels went to introduce the panel, but first shared heartfelt words about Cecil the lion in Zimbabwe.
- TSA Screeners Find 2 Guns in 2 Days at Reagan Airport Two handguns have been uncovered in the last two days by screeners at Reagan National Airport.
- Wizards’ John Wall Explains His New Tattoo John Wall getting inked isn't news -- since the Wizards point guard is basically covered in tattoos -- but this one might just be his most significant.
- RGIII Shakes Off His Critics, Remains Optimistic About 2015 The first day of what could be quarterback Robert Griffin III’s final training camp in Washington struck the proper tone between acknowledging the past and embracing one more clean slate.
- Redskins’ DeAngelo Hall Ready to Prove He Can Regain form After Achilles Tear DeAngelo Hall is ready. His left Achilles tendon, twice torn last fall, has been repaired. The hours and hours of rehabilitation are complete. The doctors have given him full clearance.
- Rickie Fowler Sinks Walk-Off Hole-in-one at Quicken Loans (Watch) Rickie Fowler finished his Quicken Loans National opening round in literally the best way possible: Hole-in-one.
- Depleted Tigers Get 16 Hits And Squeeze Past Orioles 9-8 Yoenis Cespedes homered and drove in three runs, and the Detroit Tigers beat the Baltimore Orioles 9-8 on Thursday night after shifting into rebuilding mode by trading two of their best pitchers.
- More Fans, More Fun At This Year’s Ravens Training Camp Football is just around the corner but today Ravens hit the field for the first day of training camp.
- Fantasy Football: The Only Reason To Care About The Brady-NFL Saga Do we draft Tom Brady? How does this affect the quarterback rankings? Will Gronk still Gronk?
- David Lough Gives Insight On Being A Role Player David Lough joined Terry and Jeremy to talk about his role on the team.