Baltimore And The Police Department Sued For Civil Rights Violations Of 15 PeopleThe Baltimore police department and the city are being sued for significant civil rights violations of 15 individual residents.
Public Works Department Asks People To Not Cause A 'Fatberg'As you get ready for your Thanksgiving meal, the Baltimore City Department of Public Works has a reminder.
Weather Blog: Low 50s Coming Our WayThe getaway day for the long holiday weekend is upon us.
Funeral Plans Announced For Slain Baltimore City Police DetectiveA slain Baltimore City Police detective will be laid to rest next week.
Police Searching For Teen Missing From RosedaleBaltimore County Police need help locating 15-year-old Nicole Barahona-Arriola, who is missing from the Rosedale area.
'Open-Air Shopping Destination' Announced At Former Owings Mills Mall SiteA new retail center is replacing the long-gone Owings Mills mall, which was long a countywide draw that became a community drawback when it closed.
Congressman Elijah Cummings To March For Youth FundTuesday afternoon, Representative Elijah Cummings will be joined by Baltimore City Councilman Zeke Cohen and youth leaders to kick off the Baltimore Youth marathon.
New State Audit Finds Baltimore City Community College Mismanaged ResourcesA new state audit has found Baltimore City Community College mismanaged resources, contracts, and pay raises.
Baltimore Police Monitoring Team To Look For Community Input At Public ForumsAn independent monitoring team will be going to different parts of the city to ask residents what they think about the Baltimore Police Department's consent decree plan.
Baltimore Police Official Named Chief Of A Florida Police ForceA leader in the Baltimore police department is heading to Florida to become the chief of Punta Gorda.
New Proposal Would Overhaul Craft Beer Restrictions In MarylandLocal brewers are raising their glasses to a proposal that would lift restrictions on craft beer sales in Maryland.
Training Helps Teach Md. Police, Those With Special Needs How To InteractA man with Down syndrome who died while being restrained by police four years ago has led to training changes for Maryland law enforcement.