As temperatures rise, so seems the homicides in Baltimore City. Two men were gunned down in separate incidents overnight Sunday.
Baltimore City officials say they plan to release a more comprehensive report on the road collapse in Charles Village that displaced several residents and totaled a number of cars. In the meantime, construction continues as people across the city raise concern about the city’s infrastructure.
Transportation officials say Maryland has awarded $10 million in grants to all 23 counties and Baltimore city to fix potholes and repair roads.
Three teens’ lives were cut short by violence in Baltimore City in just eight days. Thursday morning, city leaders spoke out about how to interrupt the violence.
A wild scene stretching from Randallstown, Baltimore County to Northwest Baltimore. Police say a man shot his estranged wife and then took off.
Taking it out of City Hall and onto the street. That’s what Baltimore’s mayor and top cop did Tuesday to sell an expanded crime crackdown.
A troubling milestone for Baltimore City. A woman killed Thursday morning marks the 200th murder in Baltimore so far this year.
Baltimore—underrated? That’s what a business and technology site is saying about Charm City.
Cracking down on panhandling. Baltimore City leaders can ban begging for money close to city restaurants and shops.
The FBI launches an investigation into a Baltimore City police unit.
Each school year teachers spend thousands of dollars of their own money buying supplies for their classrooms.
One of the oldest family-run businesses in Baltimore is closing. The owner blames high taxes in the city. Meanwhile, the mayor is defending the city bottle tax.