Spike in Crime at Gas Station Near Morgan StateThe owner of the BP gas station across from Northwood Plaza, yards from the Morgan State University's business school, says crime has spiked.
MSU to Try to Heal the Divide Between Police and the CommunityBaltimore City police have partnered with Morgan State University to try and heal the divide between police and the community.
Answers Wanted in the Murder of Morgan State StudentA Morgan State University student was stabbed just a mile away from campus and two weeks later, police are still searching for the killer.
Marcus Edwards Dreams Come True After DeathAt just 21-years-old Marcus Edwards certainly made an impact on his community.
Slain Morgan State Student Dreamed of Being A Police OfficerAs the search continues for the person behind the fatal stabbing of a Morgan State University student, campus police are addressing the safety of students while on and around campus.
Morgan State Student Fatally Stabbed; Killer Still at LargeMarcus Edwards was fatally stabbed Monday night. He was a 21-year-old sophomore at Morgan State. The search continues for the person behind the murder.
Morgan State Univ. Student Stabbed to Death; Suspect at LargeThe Baltimore Police Department will be canvassing the area of Loch Raven Blvd. on Tuesday after a Morgan State University was stabbed to death on Monday night.
Student Found Dead In Morgan State Building Not Seen Or Heard From In WeeksA body has been found on the Morgan State University campus.
Morgan State Women's Basketball Coach Donald Beasley Comments On AllegationsCoach Beasley joined Ed and Rob to give his side of the recent accusations of coach abuse at Morgan State.
Morgan State University Opening Restored Civil Rights MuseumMorgan State University is hosting the opening of a newly renovated civil rights museum.
Morgan State University Designated A National TreasureThe National Trust for Historic Preservation is naming Morgan State University a national treasure.
Governor's Office Holding Baltimore Business Recovery EventThe governor's office is inviting Baltimore businesses hurt by rioting and looting to meet with federal, state and local agencies offering recovery assistance.