Speaking out. A father of two– who’s beating by a police officer was caught on tape–is talking for the first time tonight.
New charges against the six officers accused in Freddie Gray’s death. The case sparked protests, riots and destructive looting in Baltimore.
Six hours after the scheduled time of the first pitch, Baltimore Orioles manager Buck Showalter spoke with admiration about the way his players and the Seattle Mariners handled a tight game and a lengthy rain delay.
Baltimore City Council prepares to tackle what some consider a huge health issue–sugary drinks.
A new study details what draws people to live in Baltimore, and what drives them out of the city.
Let’s face it, bars can get crowded, stuffy, and claustrophobic, especially on a busy Friday or Saturday night. Fortunately the Germans, who have always led the charge in all things beer-related, engineered a brilliant solution: The Biergarten.
Netscape co-founder and his philanthropist wife plan to donate $170,000 in computers and equipment to a library that decided to stay open during the Baltimore riots following the death of Freddie Gray in police custody.
City police are investigating a shooting that left five people injured on Wednesday evening. Four people were initially found, and then a fifth victim was located later Wednesday.
The prevailing images of protests in Baltimore and Ferguson, Missouri, over police killings of black men were of police in riot gear, handcuffed protesters, tear gas and mass arrests. The main images of a fatal gun battle between armed bikers and police in Waco, Texas, also showed mass arrests — carried out by nonchalant-looking officers sitting around calm bikers on cellphones.
Peregrine falcons born atop of the Transamerica building.
A recall of air bags made by Japanese auto parts supplier Takata Corp. now has the dubious distinction of being the largest in U.S. history.
Don’t over think the forecast just enjoy it.