Ex-Baltimore Cop Convicted of Aggravated AssaultEx-Baltimore police officer, John Torres was found not guilty Friday of attempted first-degree murder, but was convicted of aggravated assault, according to the York Daily Record.
11-Year-Old Girl Dies in Car CrashAn 11-year-old girl died in a car crash Saturday afternoon, according to Baltimore City Police.
City Council Approves $660 Million Port Covington DealBaltimore City council approved the hotly contested $660 million deal to develop Port Covington on Monday evening. The deal passed with only one council member voting "no" and two abstaining, the rest approving the development.
City Police Investigate Fatal Shooting Of Transgender WomanCity police are investigating after a transgender woman is shot in northwest Baltimore.
City School Teacher Charged With Child PornographyBaltimore County Police arrest a City school teacher for charges of possessing child pornography and distributing child pornography Friday.
City Firefighters Revive Unconscious Cat Rescued From Burning HomeA cat in Baltimore City just used up one of its nine lives. Firefighters were able to rescue the feline after a house fire in the 2500 block Fairmont Avenue.
Baltimore Nonprofit Celebrates 2 Decades Of Second ChancesA small nonprofit organization in the Sandtown-Winchester community is celebrating two decades of second chances.
Workers Continue Fight To Increase Minimum Wage To $15 An HourAn effort to increase the minimum wage reaches Baltimore City Hall. The proposed increase could impact thousands of workers.
Mosby 1-On-1 With WJZ: ‘Absolutely No Way I Will Ever Resign'State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby answers questions about her decision to end prosecution of the officers charged in the Freddie Gray case.
BPD Trying To Determine If Gunman Tried To Lure OfficersA man has died after investigators say he opened fire on Baltimore City police officers using an AR-style rifle.
New Police Task Force To Crack Down On Illegal Dirt BikersThe city has started a new task force to track and aggressively prosecute illegal dirt bikers.
Dozens Evacuated Due To Baltimore Apartment FireDozens of people were forced from their homes in Baltimore City due to an apartment fire on Saturday.

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