Report: Baltimore Police Internal Probes Rarely Find FaultA newspaper reports that Baltimore Police Department internal affairs investigations rarely conclude that officers used excessive force.
'House of Cards' Spotted Filming Around BaltimoreThe City of Baltimore once again played host to Frank Underwood and company this week as filming of "House of Cards" took place around town.
Baltimore Mayor, State Disagree on Liquor Store Riot AidBaltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is making it harder for certain neighborhood liquor stores to get state aid for recovering from riot damage.
The Stage Is Set For First Gubernatorial Debate On Oct. 7Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown and Mr. Larry Hogan debated the issues you may want to consider before casting your vote.
Dan Connelly Talks Orioles With Rob LongDan Connelly of the Baltimore Sun joined Rob Long on the Vinny and Rob Show.
Baltimore Sun Sportswriter Kevin CowherdKevin Cowherd, a sportswriter for The Baltimore Sun, joined the Norris and Davis show on Baltimore's 105-7 THE FAN on Tuesday morning for the final time, who is leaving The Baltimore Sun after over 30 years working there.
John Clayton Talks Ed Reed, NFLWhile his one-game suspension was overturned on appeal, Ed Reed isn't happy about having to pay a $50,000 fine, fearing that he'll be labeled a dirty player. ESPN's John Clayton explains to Vinny and Rob why the NFL had to act.
Aaron Wilson On RavensThe Baltimore Sun's Aaron Wilson joins Vinny and Rob on his way back from Pittsburgh and talks about the Ravens win over the Steelers
The Baltimore Sun's Aaron WilsonThe Baltimore Sun's Aaron Wilson joins 105.7 The Fan to talk about the latest Ravens' news.
Ravens Insider Aaron WilsonAlthough the Ravens managed a 25-15 win over the Browns on Sunday, there were some issues. The Baltimore Sun's Aaron Wilson joins The Vinny and Rob Show to discuss.
Ravens Insider Aaron Wilsonhe Baltimore Sun's Aaron Wilson joined The Vinny and Rob Show to break down the Ravens' 24-23 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles.
Baltimore Sun Probe Reveals School Officials Spent Thousands On Personal ItemsFancy dinners on the taxpayer dime. WJZ's media partner, The Baltimore Sun, raises questions about spending by leaders in the Baltimore City school system. Now, the head of city schools responds to WJZ.