Shootout Between Cars Speeding In Hampden Rattles Otherwise Quiet NeighborhoodPolice told WJZ most of the damage was found at the intersection of Elm and 37th Street.  
Former Baltimore Homicide Prosecutor Faces 88 Charges For Using Privileges To Stalk, Harass & ExtortAdam Lane Chaudry was hired by the Baltimore City State's Attorney's Office in 2009 and joined the homicide division in 2015. In that position, he would routinely request and obtain grand jury and trial subpoenas.
Police Identify Baltimore Officer Who Killed Barbershop Shooting SuspectPolice on Tuesday identified Sgt. David Burch, a seven-year Baltimore Police Department veteran, as the officer who fatally shot a gunman suspected in a deadly crime spree that left two barbers dead and another man injured.
Community Remembers Slain Church Employee Evelyn Player At ViewingAs the community waits for answers, scores of people attended a viewing at March Funeral Home on E. North Avenue in Baltimore on Tuesday.
‘It’s Probably Everywhere’ Concern Grows About Omicron Covid Variant In Maryland As Positivity Rate Jumps Above 5%; Hogan To Speak WednesdayOmicron has more than 50 mutations and more than 30 in the spike protein, the part of the virus that causes the infection.
Scott Pledges $35M To Close Baltimore's 'Digital Divide,' Expand Public Internet AccessSaying tens of thousands of Baltimore households suffer from a lack of reliable internet access, Mayor Brandon Scott on Tuesday announced the first phase of a $35 million plan to close the “digital divide.”
Baltimore City Health Department To Distribute Free At-Home Rapid COVID-19 Test Kits To Community GroupsThe Baltimore City Health Department will distribute a limited number of free at-home rapid COVID-19 test kits to community organizations across the city, the agency said Tuesday.
Local Organizations Rally Volunteers And Donations For Giving TuesdayGiving Tuesday is the Tuesday after Thanksgiving. It was created back in 2012 to encourage people to give, collaborate and celebrate generosity.
Maryland Awards More Than $9 Million In Tax Credits To Revitalize Six Historic BuildingsAwardees include the historic Wilkins Rogers Mill in Ellicott City and a large home near the Maryland State House in Annapolis, as well as two buildings in Baltimore and two in Hagerstown.
OIG Report: Department Of Finance Failed To Bill Company For 'Right Of Way' Permits, Costing City $46KThe Baltimore City Department of Finance failed to invoice a contractor for more than $46,000 in "right of way" permits fees, according to a new report from the Office of the Inspector General.
Grand Opening Planned For East Baltimore Historical LibraryAn idea that's been nearly two decades in the making will become reality on Wednesday when city and community leaders celebrate the grand opening of the East Baltimore Historical Library.