Johns Hopkins Accepts First Black Woman As Neurosurgery ResidentA young med student from Maryland named Nancy Abu-Bonsrah has made history as the first Black woman to become a neurosurgery resident at Johns Hopkins Hospital.
Johns Hopkins Giving Opportunities, Investing In CommunityJohns Hopkins University is using its clout to create job opportunities for people who've struggled to get jobs in the past.
Orioles Outfielder Nolan Reimold Sues Johns Hopkins HospitalBaltimore Orioles outfielder Nolan Reimold slapped Johns Hopkins Hospital with a multi-million dollar lawsuit.
2nd Teen Injured In School Shooting Released From Hospital The second teenager injured in a shooting at Frederick High School has been released from a Baltimore hospital.
Baltimore's Metro System Down To 4-Car Trains Due To WeatherThe Maryland Transit Administration says riders on Baltimore's metro system can expect crowded train cars on Wednesday.
Baltimore Nurse Manager Opens Legal Consulting OfficeMeghan D’Angelo, CLNC and Nurse Manager, has used her degrees and advanced certification to open her own consulting business in Baltimore.
Hopkins Hosts Henrietta Lacks Lecture SeriesJohns Hopkins Hospital is hosting the fifth annual Henrietta Lacks Memorial Lecture this weekend.
Judge Approves $190M Settlement Between Hopkins And Levy PatientsA Baltimore judge approves a record breaking $190 million dollar settlement between Johns Hopkins Hospital and thousands of patients of a disgraced gynecologist who secretly recorded them.
Johns Hopkins Hospital Drops To No. 3 In National Rankings Johns Hopkins Hospital takes third place in the national ranking by US News & World Report.
Hopkins Caregivers Reach Tentative Agreement On Wage HikeUnion workers at Johns Hopkins Hospital celebrate a victory Tuesday. After months of negotiations, the hospital reached a new contract with its labor union.
Johns Hopkins Resumes Talks With Union Over Low WagesA union representing 2,000 workers at Johns Hopkins Hospital is in negotiations with the medical institution over workers' wages after Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley stepped in to stop a planned four-day strike.
Bargains Await At Johns Hopkins' Spring/Summer Best Dressed Sale If you're looking for bargains on spring and summer clothes, have we got a sale for you. It happens Wednesday right here in Baltimore.