Baltimore Man Charged With Murder In Fatal ShootingCraig Carter, 32, was arrested Wednesday for the shooting death of 40-year-old Ronald White. 
Man Dies After Being Shot Multiple Times In BaltimoreThe victim was transported to a hospital and died shortly after, police said. 
Injury-plagued Ravens Still Running Through OpponentsA couple of weeks ago, Baltimore's running back group was decimated by injuries, and the team was quickly collecting available veterans in an effort to fill its many holes.
CDC Advisory Panel Backs FDA Decision For COVID-19 Booster Shots, Baltimoreans ReactCOVID-19 booster shots are approved for select, high-risk Americans and the CDC Advisory Panel backs the decision. 
Mountcastle, Hays HRs Help Orioles Beat Skidding Rangers 3-0 Ryan Mountcastle and Austin Hays homered, rookie Zac Lowther pitched five sparkling innings to earn his first major league victory and the Baltimore Orioles beat the Texas Rangers 3-0 Thursday night.
Six Rowhomes Involved In West Baltimore Fire, No Injuries ReportedBaltimore Fire officials are investigating after six rowhomes were involved in a fire Thursday night. 
WJZ Presents 'A Talk About Race,' A Town Hall On Race RelationsHosted by anchors Vic Carter and Rick Ritter, this town hall brings together a panel of community leaders for a candid conversation about race and its impact on our daily lives.
29-Year-Old Man Dies After Being Fatally Stabbed In Baltimore ThursdayPolice are investigating after a man was fatally stabbed in Baltimore Thursday evening.
Baltimore Community Rowing Receives Grant to Get More Student-Athletes of Color InvolvedA rowing club in Baltimore has been selected to receive a grant to help student-athletes of color get involved in the sport.
United Way And Baltimore Ravens Host 'Caw To Action' Day Of ServiceThe United Way of Central Maryland and the Baltimore Ravens are teaming up on Monday, Oct. 18 to host a volunteer service.
'Don't Wait Until It's Too Late': Exhausted Health Professionals Implore Unvaccinated To Get The Shot"It's been tough," said Michael Gray, a respiratory therapist. "A lot of people are fatigued and worn out. It's a lot to deal with."