Veolia: 90 Percent Of Eutaw St Cleaned After Steam Pipe ExplosionVeolia North America says 90 percent of the impacted site in downtown Baltimore following a steam pipe explosion Tuesday has been cleaned.
Confederate Monuments Removed Across The Country Sparks Debate In BaltimoreWhether or not Confederate monuments should be removed in cities across the country has ignited debate and Baltimore could be next.
Maryland Zoo Names New Baby GiraffeThe Maryland Zoo in Baltimore has named its newest giraffe Julius, the Zoo said in a statement Friday.
Michael Vick's Football Camp Is Coming To BaltimoreFormer NFL quarterback Michael Vick officially retired earlier this year, and now he's working with the next generation of NFL players through football camps.
Lawyer Jim Shea Says He's Running For GovernorBaltimore lawyer Jim Shea says he's running for governor.
Baltimore Business Owners Take Action In Lawsuit Following 2015 RiotsDozens of business owners are suing Baltimore because they said city leadership failed to protect them and their property during the 2015 riots.
Baltimore Gets A Fourth Trash Wheel Next YearA new trash wheel is coming to Baltimore, the fourth one cleaning up the City's waterways.
Baltimore To Activate 10 Speed Cameras MondaySpeed cameras are set to return to Baltimore City next week.
Baltimore Business Owners File Lawsuit Against Police, Mayor And Officials For 2015 Riots Dozens of Baltimore City business owners have filed suit against the Baltimore Police Department, former Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and other city officials, claiming they mishandled the City's response to the 2015 rioting.
Vigil Held For Former Principal Of Baltimore School For Pregnant TeenagersA vigil was held Friday night to honor the life of community advocate Dr. Rosetta Smith who passed away earlier this month.
Baltimore Police Find Missing Teen And 3-Year-Old BoyCity police have found a missing 15-year-old girl and 3-year-old boy who were last seen Friday night.
Plans On Bike Lane Project In Canton Put On HoldPlans are put on hold for a bike lane in Canton and it lands the City in court.