Off-Duty Cop Killed After Neighbor Came To Him During Domestic IncidentAn off-duty Prince George's County Police officer was shot and killed Wednesday while trying to protect a woman in a domestic situation.
Public Input Now Welcome For Acting Police Chief Darryl De SousaA city council hearing will be held at 5 p.m. Wednesday to consider acting Baltimore Police Commissioner De Sousa's permanent appointment.
Police Corruption Trial Over, But Investigators Keep DiggingA trial exposing a unit of wildly corrupt Baltimore detectives has wrapped up in a courtroom, but federal and police investigators are still digging into possible offshoots of one of the worst police corruption scandals in memory.
New Residences At Four Seasons In Harbor East Takes Luxury To New HeightsThe new residences at the Four Seasons are officially on the market.
Baltimore City Council Moves Forward With Bill Limiting Crude Oil ExpansionThe Baltimore City Council is moving forward on a measure that would ban new crude oil terminals from doing business in Baltimore and prevent the two existing terminals from expanding.
Baltimore Councilman Says '100 Percent' Hanover Street Bridge Is DangerousThe Hanover Street Bridge has been a Baltimore landmark since 1916, and it's showing its age.
Baltimore Black Restaurant Week Gaining Notoriety; Discounts, Specials AvailableBaltimore celebrates Black Restaurant Week with specials and discounts.
Hogan, Democrat Introduce Bills Creating School WatchdogsA pair of bills in the General Assembly would establish investigative offices to oversee schools in Maryland.
Orioles To Honor Florida School Shooting Victims By Wearing Special HatsThe Baltimore Orioles have announced that the team will honor the victims of the Parkland, Florida high school shooting in a spring training game Friday.
Marylanders Are Out Enjoying The Warm TemperaturesWith this warm-up, many people are out enjoying the weather while it lasts.
More Than 500 Arrested During Joint Effort To Battle Crime In BaltimoreClearing violent criminals from the streets of Baltimore. Governor Larry Hogan and Baltimore City leaders say they’ve done it by the hundreds.
Maryland Board OKs $2.4M Contract For 911 Text MessagesA Maryland board has approved a $2.4 million contract to enable people to request emergency help with text messages to 911.