Orioles 'Baltimore RBI Program' ReturnsBeginning Wednesday, June 1, the Baltimore RBI (Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities) Program, which is part of Major League Baseball’s RBI initiative, will begin its two-month long season.
Victim Advocacy Group Using Prayer To Combat Rising Baltimore MurdersAs the number of murders continues to rise in Baltimore, one group is taking an old approach in the battle--using prayer.
Labor Day Marks The End Of Pool Season In BaltimoreIt's Labor Day weekend, which marks the unofficial last weekend of summer, and sadly, the end of pool season in the city.
State Opens Gates Of Baltimore Jail To Show Conditions InsideThe Baltimore City Detention Center became notorious for the run of the Black Guerrilla Family, and now, that part of the city's jail system is shut down.
Race For Mayor Of Baltimore Now A Field Of 4The race for mayor of Baltimore is now a field of four. Two candidates have announced they will run and two more have actually filed with the Board of Elections.
Baltimore County Officer Hurt In Partial Building CollapseA Baltimore County officer is injured in a partial building collapse.
Baltimore Taking A Stand Against Dog FightingBaltimore City Council is considering a move to toughen up on dog fighting. The proposal would make it a criminal offense to possess equipment that trains dogs for fights.
Feds Launch New $5M Program To Combat Heroin EpidemicThe White House launches a new multi-million dollar program to fight a nationwide heroin epidemic. Some of the money is coming right here to our area.
Long-Serving Baltimore City Councilwoman Announces RetirementA long-serving member of the Baltimore City Council announces her retirement.
City Police Preparing For Illegal Dirt Bikers Again This WeekendCity police are now preparing to deal with dozens of illegal dirt bikers and the hundreds of people expected to come out and watch them take to Baltimore streets once again this weekend.
Long Road Ahead For Nonprofit Aimed At Helping Youths Post-RiotsMonths after Baltimore students clashed with police during riots, the city says it's making progress in helping those young people. But some parents and students say not enough is being done.
Fatal Shooting In NE Baltimore The City's 200th HomicideAnother grim milestone for the city. A fatal shooting in Northeast Baltimore is the city's 200th homicide of 2015.