BALTIMORE STANDING TOGETHER: Watch town hall Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. on WJZ, as leaders address issues the city is facing.
Group Trying To Get Baltimore Police Surveillance Plane Flying AgainA group is attempting to get the grounded Baltimore police surveillance airplane flying again.
Baltimore Native First African American On Pit Crew To Win Daytona 500A Baltimore native made history after becoming the first African American pit crew member to win a Daytona 500 last Sunday.
Daughter Of Legendary Jazz Musician Educating Baltimore Youth For More Than 50 YearsCamay Calloway Murphy is the daughter of legendary jazz musician Cab Calloway.
Baltimore Nonprofit Therapy Dog Organization Needs More VolunteersNational Capital Therapy Dogs is a regional nonprofit that goes into hospitals and nursing homes to help comfort patients with dogs and their handlers.
Students Forced To Walk Miles To School Following Baltimore Subway ShutdownBaltimore is less than halfway through a full shutdown of the subway system, and students say it’s taking a serious toll on their education.
ESPN, Under Armour Want To Turn Vacant Baltimore Lots Into Spaces For PlayESPN, Under Armour and the Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) are trying to turn vacant properties into recreational spaces.
Committee Approves Nomination For Acting Police Chief Darryl De SousaThe appointment of acting Baltimore City Police Commissioner Darryl De Sousa moves forward, meaning he is one step closer to getting the job for good.
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 Black Restaurant Week Gaining Notoriety; Discounts, Specials AvailableBaltimore celebrates Black Restaurant Week with specials and discounts.
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.

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