22-Year-Old James Johnson Indicted For Allegedly Ramming Stolen Minivan Into Baltimore Police Car, Injuring OfficerA man was indicted Wednesday on assault charges for allegedly ramming a stolen minivan into a police car, injuring an officer, according to court documents. 
First Maryland Girls Reach Eagle Scout RankBecoming an Eagle Scout takes hard work, and for the first time in Maryland, a group of young women received this honor, the first females ever to do so in the state.
Baltimore Is 62nd Hardest-Working City In U.S., Report FindsBaltimore is the 62nd hardest-working city in the U.S., according to a WalletHub report.
Diverse Group Of Cities, Including Baltimore, Have Highest Rates Of Gay HouseholdsThe Baltimore metro area is among those with the highest concentrations of gay and lesbian coupled households in the U.S., according to a new report released by the U.S. Census Bureau.
Groups Team Up To Help Connect South Baltimore Residents To InternetThe United Way of Central Maryland is working to make sure families in Baltimore have a strong WiFi connection.
Man Dies From Apparent Gunshot Wound In Baltimore ThursdayA man died from an apparent gunshot wound in southeast Baltimore Thursday morning.
15-Year-Old Boy With Special Needs Missing In Baltimore, Police SayPolice in Baltimore are searching for a missing teenager with special needs.
Baltimore City State's Attorney's Office Eliminates More Than 800 More Open Warrants For Low-Level OffensesBaltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby's office has eliminated more than 800 additional open warrants for low-level crimes the office isn't prosecuting amid the COVID-19 pandemic, officials said Thursday.
29-Year-Old Man Shot & Killed OvernightA 29-year-old man was shot and killed in southeast Baltimore overnight.
'Game-Changing' Johnson & Johnson Single-Dose Covid-19 Vaccine Meets Requirements For Emergency Use Authorization, FDA SaysJohnson and Johnson’s new Baltimore-made vaccine is safe and effective at fighting COVID-19 according to a new analysis from the Food and Drug Administration, which is likely to vote Friday to allow emergency use by the public.
Baltimore City Schools To Offer Weekly COVID-19 Testing For Students, StaffAs schools across Maryland prepare for students to return to the classroom in some form, Baltimore City Public Schools plans to offer weekly COVID-19 testing for all students and staff members.
'The Future Of Currency': Baltimore Hair Salon Now Accepting BitcoinAt Dryland Salon in Canton, you can now get a blowout and pay for it with Bitcoin.
Baltimore School For The Arts Student Mia Dyer Named 2021 Recipient Of Scholastic Art And Writing AwardA Baltimore School for the Arts student recently won a prestigious regional award. Mia Dyer is a junior at the school. She's been named a 2021 recipient of the Scholastic Art and Writing Award.
BWI To Extend Rent Relief For Food, Retail Stores Inside AirportThere's new help for the food and retail stores inside BWI Airport. The Board of Public Works unanimously voted to extend rent relief and lease extensions through June.
Mt. Washington Tavern Reopens Its Doors After Closure Due To Baltimore City COVID-19 RestrictionsMt. Washington Tavern reopened its doors Wednesday, welcoming customers back after nearly two months of a complete shutdown.