Baltimore Drivers Prepare To Hit The Brakes; Speed Cameras ReturnThe City will soon be turning red light and speed cameras back on.
Baltimore Drivers Beware, Speed And Red Light Cameras To ReturnBaltimore drivers beware, those red and speed light cameras are about to return.
Baltimore City Council Reverses Ban On Stun Guns And TasersThe Baltimore City Council has made stun guns and tasers legal in the City.
City Council Passes Bill Raising Minimum Wage To $15 In BaltimoreBaltimore City Council voted Monday to pass a city minimum wage bill by a 12-3 vote, raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour. However, the bill won't become a law until it is approved by the mayor.
Baltimore City Councilman Faces Backlash for Comments Toward Under Armour CEOPolitical newcomer and Baltimore City Councilman Ryan Dorsey is facing backlash after comparing Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank's Port Covington plan to white supremacy.
Fight For $15 Minimum Wage Resumes In BaltimoreBaltimore's City Council will once again consider a bill to raise the minimum wage to $15 per hour.
Renewed Push to Raise Minimum Wage to $15 in the CityAfter failing to pass in the last city council session, there has been a renewed push to raise Baltimore's minimum wage to $15 an hour. Amy Yensi spoke to people on both sides of the heated debate.
New City Council Rejects Trump's Rhetoric Ahead of President-Elect's VisitThe new Baltimore City Council met yesterday, and in it's first official act, voted unanimously to condemn statements made by President-Elect Donald Trump, just days before he is expected to visit the city.
New City Council Sworn In, Jack Young Sworn As Council PresidentCity Council President Bernard C. “Jack” Young, and several new members of Baltimore City Council were sworn in on Thursday morning.
New City Council Members Could Mean A $15 Minimum Wage In BaltimoreThere is new hope this evening for supporters of a higher minimum wage in Baltimore.
Columbus Day: What's in a NameThe Baltimore City Council will consider joining other cities across the country in renaming Columbus day to indigenous peoples day.
Baltimore's $15 Minimum Wage Proposal Up For Final Vote Next WeekA $15 minimum wage could soon become a reality if the Baltimore City Council approves a measure next week supporting the increase.