St. Patrick’s Day weekend is underway and Baltimore City Police are out in full force to keep the festivities under control.
Baltimore city officials plan to attend a rally in Annapolis to show support for a plan to renovate or rebuild up to 65 city schools.
Tough tradeoffs. That’s what Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake says it will take to pull Baltimore City out of a dire financial situation.
A shake-up in the police department. There’s a new person in charge of training. It follows a devastating incident WJZ has been investigating where a trainee was shot in the forehead.
City police are on the scene of a stabbing in West Baltimore.
It has taken me a full week for the Super Bowl to set in but the Tuesday Ravens Super Bowl Parade that seemingly spanned the entire city of Baltimore was a magical experience, at least to me, that blew me out of the water right away.
City Police are on the scene of a shooting in West Baltimore.
They’re on dozens of street corners across Baltimore. Now the City Council considers a crackdown on aggressive beggars.
Baltimore City police are investigating an aggravated assault that turned deadly.
Speed cameras continue to remain under the microscope of legislators after several of the cameras were found with inaccuracies. Now there’s more controversy surrounding how the contractors are paid after Governor Martin O’Malley brings the payment method into question.
One thousand guns. Police have removed that significant number from city streets in what they say is the next step to cutting violent crime. The commissioner and mayor announced the milestone at a crime scene Wednesday night.
Authorities are looking for a Baltimore City Correctional Center inmate who left a work crew.