Police scour the city for a gang member they say shot three women in the midst of a violent outbreak. The city is bringing in federal power to get criminals behind bars and keep them there.
Police Chief Cathy Lanier says police are investigating whether the same man is responsible for three and maybe four late-night stabbing attacks on women.
Your mother always told you to wash your hands, but she probably never mentioned your handbag.
Genetics can play a big role in getting cancer. A new study shows a breast cancer causing gene is surprisingly common in African American women with the disease.
With Angelina Jolie’s very personal decision to undergo a double mastectomy, cancer centers across the U.S. and in Baltimore are expecting to hear from more women who are ready to take their health into their own hands.
These unique Baltimore businesses are sure bets for your 2013 Mother’s Day gift.
UMBC students and faculty proudly participated in the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing Conference.
New research suggests that light drinking during pregnancy may not be harmful.
A house fire in northwest Baltimore sends two people to the hospital.
While the music industry continues to heavily promote male artists over females, Baltimore is fortunate to have a bevvy of first-rate female performers. Some are solo performers, while others have their own bands or are part of other groups. Celebrate Women’s History Month by checking out some of the finest female musicians who make Charm City their home. The artists featured run the genre gamut from classical to retro.
An Anne Arundel County man is wanted for multiple counts of indecent exposure.
In 1978, in Santa Rosa, Calif., more than 100 women came together and entered classrooms of schools and local communities to give presentations on the topic of women’s history. An essay competition and a parade were held. The event was the first informal celebration of women and the contributions they’ve made in world history. Building on its success a movement grew that culminated in February of 1981, when President Jimmy Carter designated the week of March 8, (International Women’s Day), as the National Women’s History Week. Within six years 14 states had declared the month of March as Women’s History Month; and the next year the U.S. Congress officially designated the observance. Throughout March, in the Baltimore area, there are many opportunities to celebrate the importance of women in the history of humanity. Special events and opportunities to get involved are available for both women and men of all ages. This year’s theme is Women Inspiring Innovation Through Imagination: Celebrating Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.