Two dogs killed in one week by the same pack of loose pit bulls in a Park Heights neighborhood.
New information about a man found shot to death inside an overturned car in a quiet Towson neighborhood.
It’s not just businesses, but people’s lives still being impacted by the train collision in Rosedale.
Police and other officials in Prince George’s County have announced what they say are historic lows in crime.
Johns Hopkins University officials say they will give $10 million over the next five years to help communities surrounding its Homewood campus in Baltimore.
A man assaulted in Washington’s Capitol Hill neighborhood last month was struck with a BB gun, punched to the ground and robbed of his credit card and cell phone, according to court papers filed Thursday that charge three people in the attack and that credit a citizen’s tip with helping to crack the case.
Cities and towns across the Mid-Atlantic region are making plans for the 29th annual National Night Out, the crime and drug prevention event.
A sentence is handed down for a neighborhood watch volunteer convicted in the 2010 beating of a teen in Baltimore County.
Alleged Teen Victim In Baltimore Neighborhood Watch Beating Now Wants Charges Dropped; Refuses To Testify In Court
There are dramatic twists in the trial of two brothers accused of beating an African-American teenager in Northwest Baltimore. The star witness takes the stand and refuses to testify, even asking for the charges to be dropped.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and the Baltimore Office of Promotion & the Arts have announced MECU, the Municipal Employees Credit Union of Baltimore, will be the title sponsor of the 2012 MECU Neighborhood Event Grants program.
It’s a parent’s worst nightmare. A school bus mix-up leaves a 4-year-old boy wandering the streets by himself. Baltimore County Schools have disciplined three employees in connection with the incident.
The weather may not have been the best, but the intentions were. Thousands of volunteers pitched in to give Baltimore a spring cleaning.