Baltimore Mayor Wins Praise For Seeking Federal Police ProbeBaltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is winning support from other public officials and praise from legal experts for asking the U.S. Justice Department to investigate her police department for discriminatory patterns or practices.
Baltimore Police Take Action After Surge Of Violence Across CityA bloody weekend on Baltimore City streets, including three murders in just one day. One victim killed was the city council president's nephew.
Nephew Of City Council President Killed In Weekend ViolenceA surge in deadly violence over the weekend. One of the victims is Baltimore Council President Jack Young's nephew.
Some Call $50,000 'Love Letter To Baltimore' Mural Project A Waste Of MoneyFunding fight. A new mural project in Baltimore is creating controversy. The city is planning to spend nearly $50,000 to create 5-10 murals in blighted neighborhoods. But some say it's a bad way to spend city money.
Baltimore City Council Passes Local Hiring BillThe Baltimore City Council has passed a bill that would require local hiring for contractors, despite concerns about its constitutionality.
Baltimore Resident Hiring Bill Gets Preliminary OK The Baltimore City Council has given a preliminary approval to a bill that would require local hiring for contractors.
Baltimore City Council Honoring Sen. MikulskiThe Baltimore City Council is paying tribute to Maryland's senior senator.
Baltimore & Maryland Leaders Congratulate The RavensBaltimore and Maryland political leaders heap congratulations on the Ravens.
Baltimore May Change Process To Land City Contracting JobsBaltimore City may launch a new requirement to land city contracting jobs.
Baltimore Sues Former Mayoral Candidate's WifeThe city of Baltimore is suing the wife of a former mayoral candidate over money she was erroneously paid while working for the Council president.
Baltimore City Council President Wants To Halt Grand Prix FundingThe second highest elected official in Baltimore feels it's time to let the dream of a second Baltimore Grand Prix die.
Amid Budget Woes, Baltimore Explores SponsorshipsWhether it's convincing sports equipment companies to donate gear for city T-ball teams, posting a corporate logo on municipal vehicles, or selling naming rights to city parks or City Hall, Baltimore is hoping partnering with businesses will help the city pay its bills during difficult financial times.