A surge in deadly violence over the weekend. One of the victims is Baltimore Council President Jack Young’s nephew.
City schools in crisis. Amid a massive $108 million budget gap, the school CEO announces 100 layoffs by the end of June. It’s all in an effort to tighten the school system’s purse strings.
Water woes. The city is ramping up its program to collect unpaid water bills.
A call to action. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake joins forces with community leaders to battle the growing homicide rate among young African-American men.
If you’ve been out driving lately, you know the harsh winter has caused major potholes. Crews are struggling to keep up.
Fighting childhood obesity by preventing children from drinking soda. That’s the city health commissioner’s plan.
How clean is your favorite restaurant? Soon, you will be able to know. Every restaurant and carry out will have to post its health rating.
Wanted: a few good men and women. The Baltimore City Police Department is focusing on adding hundreds of new officers this year.
The record cold and fluctuating temperatures are only making Baltimore’s water problems worse. As water pipes continue to burst, some people are reaching their breaking point.
Three Baltimore County police officers are involved in a shooting in the city.
As WJZ has been telling you, day after the day, the city is getting hundreds of calls for broken water lines throughout the city. Crews can’t keep up with the number of breaks.
The fight against police brutality heads to Annapolis, where advocates are pushing for laws to hold officers accused of misconduct accountable.