Taking to the streets. Hundreds of Baltimore men gather for a ten mile march to stop the violence in our community. This–as two more people are murdered in Baltimore.
Baltimore City Police are battling an escalating crime problem on the streets. And now, community leaders are coming together to help.
We are just hours away from the big Fourth of July celebration at the Inner Harbor and while all eyes will be on the fireworks, police will have extra eyes on the crowds.
City homeowners and businesses will see a spike in their water bills to the tune of 15 percent. City leaders say they need to repair the aging pipes and water mains.
A Baltimore man combats the recent spike in violence with a campaign of his own.
A divided federal appeals court gave new life Wednesday to a Baltimore City ordinance that a judge had ruled violated the free-speech rights of anti-abortion pregnancy counseling centers.
Baltimore City police are investigating a double shooting in the 4800 block of Hamilton Avenue.
A rabies warning, as rabid animals found in three Baltimore City neighborhoods. And this time, it isn’t just wild animals being infected.
Police launch a massive effort to clear the streets, tripling their presence across the city this weekend. They hope the show of force will stop the gunshots ringing out night after night.
More bloodshed on the city streets. Three women are shot in Northeast Baltimore with dozens of witnesses in the area.
Drugs, illegal mobile phones and sex behind bars. Gangs operating in Maryland jails. Now, a commission demands answers from the man in charge.
Taking back the streets. Baltimore City police swarm crime hot spots after more than two dozen people were shot in just a matter of days.