Demonstrators Converge On Downtown Baltimore To Protest Border PoliciesHundreds of Marylanders protested outside the U.S. Customs and Border Protection offices in downtown Baltimore.
1 Injured In Construction Accident In BaltimoreOne person has been injured in a construction accident in northwest Baltimore.
Treatment Center For Homeless Vets Receives Donation From AmazonThe Baltimore Station, a non-profit that offers services for homeless veterans, has received a donation of softball equipment from Amazon.
Maryland Man Charged With Murdering His MotherPolice have arrested a 37-year-old man accused of murdering his mother in Baltimore.
Pratt Library Named One Of The Nicest Places In AmericaReaders Digest magazine has named the Enoch Pratt Free Library one of the top ten "Nicest Places in America."
Police: Man Sexually Assaults, Robs Woman Inside Her HomePolice are asking for the public's help in identifying a man who they say sexually assaulted and robbed a woman.
Suspicious Package Reported At Baltimore CourthouseAuthorities responded to reports of a suspicious package at Mitchell Courthouse in Baltimore Tuesday afternoon.
Maryland Fleet Week And Air Show Returns To Baltimore In OctoberMaryland Fleet Week and Air Show is coming back to Baltimore in October, bringing with it more than a dozen military vessels and planes.
Man Nicknamed 'Butt Juice' Convicted Of Gang Violence, Selling DrugsA man nicknamed "Butt Juice" has been convicted of taking part in gang violence and drug dealing with the Up Da Hill gang.
Md. Lawmakers Speaking Out Against Trump Administration's Immigration PolicyNumerous Maryland lawmakers have come out against the policy that separates immigrant children from their parents after crossing the U.S. border.
Dunkin' Donuts Removes Sign Asking Customers To Report When Employees Shout In Foreign LanguagesDunkin' Donuts is in hot water for a sign at one of its Baltimore restaurants.
Salvation Army Closing A Baltimore Family ShelterThe Booth House, The Salvation Army family shelter located at 1114 N. Calvert Street, will be closing after 80 years.