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.
The search is on for a Baltimore City teen missing for nearly two months now.
Now is the time to dig in! It’s Baltimore restaurant week, starting now thru August 10.
Mike Hellgren reports, the state is on the front lines of an immigration crisis as thousands of children pour into the United States from Central America.
Summer fun with a purpose. One woman’s drive to care for kids in her family has grown into a summer with a mission.
Al Reed is used to strange cars being parked on his block of Hollins Street. He’ll watch people get out and examine the three-story brick rowhome a few doors down from his, snap some pictures and peer into the windows.
The man charged with shooting and injuring an off-duty Baltimore police officer now faces federal charges.
A Tornado Warning has expired for parts of Baltimore Co. and Baltimore City, but flooding remains a concern. Gov. Martin O’Malley has declared a State of Emergency for Allegany and Washington counties.