World AIDS Day is Dec. 1 and in an effort to bring awareness and information to the public about HIV and AIDS, free HIV testing and health clinics will be offered across various locations in Maryland.
Baltimore city police are asking for the public’s help in getting more information on three shootings which occurred early Wednesday morning within an hour of one another.
A Baltimore city police officer was charged with perjury and misconduct Thursday.
One Baltimore Ravens star joins in on a costly project to help revitalize the city’s historic Sharp-Leadenhall neighborhood.
Suspicious conditions force evacuations at a Baltimore City apartment building.
Baltimore City police are investigating the death of a man found burned on a city street Monday morning.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake celebrates the completion of new community murals.
Nationwide, millions of teens are not in school and they don’t have jobs. A solution to that problem may come in a partnership between city leaders and one of the country’s leading coffee companies.
A Baltimore man claiming he was a 7-Eleven clerk said he was robbed on the air with CBS Sports Radio last week, but now confesses it wasn’t true.
A former Baltimore City detective says his work environment became unbearable after he testified against two officers convicted in misconduct cases. He’s speaking for the first time since he quit his job.
In advance of his first year as CEO of the Baltimore City School System, Dr. Gregory Thornton will host an education forum to greet parents and community members.
It’s known as the “Olympics of the Mind.” The NAACP announces the winners of its “ACT-SO” competition.