Police Believe 'Foul Play' Involved In Charla Melvin's DisappearanceBaltimore County Police believe there could be "foul play" involved in the disappearance of 50-year-old Charla Melvin. 
BSO Musicians Say They're Not Performing At Meyerhoff Saturday, Reject Both Contract OffersThe Baltimore Symphony Orchestra won't play Saturday at the Meyerhoff for what would have been their season-opening concert after rejecting both contract offers.
Maryland Man Pays Tribute To Fiancee Killed In 9/11 AttacksFor one Maryland man, remembering 9/11 brings with it the pain of losing a loved one and knowing he could have been among the victims.
City Leaders, Hogan To Meet To Set Violent Crime Reduction Goals After Governor Pledges $21M In SupportA day after Gov. Larry Hogan pledged an additional $21 million in funding to help Baltimore address violent crime if the city met certain benchmarks, Mayor Bernard C. "Jack" Young said he and the governor will meet to go over specifics in the coming weeks.
Rising Star: Baltimore's Bishme Cromartie Making A Name For Himself In Fashion WorldYou may know Bishme Cromartie from "Project Runway," but the Baltimore native is going beyond the screen to make a name for himself in the fashion world.
Trash Trouble | Woman Wins Dumping Fine Fight With BaltimoreGemma Medile feels vindicated. After spending three months fighting a $500 citation for dumping an L.L. Bean package on a city-owned vacant lot in the Brooklyn neighborhood, the hearing examiner dismissed the fine.
Gas Stations To Install Signs Warning Of Distracted Driving DangersDrivers filling up at the pump may soon see signs reminding them of the dangers of distracted driving.
Naval Academy Marks 18th Anniversary Of 9/11 Terrorist AttackThe U.S. Naval Academy is honoring the lives of the victims of the 9/11 terrorist attack ahead of the attack's 18th anniversary Wednesday.
Hogan Offers Millions For Baltimore Crime Reduction, Calls For End To 'Status Quo'Gov. Larry Hogan Tuesday said he's prepared to offer Baltimore an additional $21 million in state support to help fight crime in the city if leaders submit quarterly reports outlining their progress in making the city safer.
U.S. Mayors, Including Baltimore's Jack Young, Urge Lawmakers To Take Action On Gun ViolenceA group of mayors from around the country, including Baltimore Mayor Bernard C. "Jack" Young, visited the nation's capital Tuesday, urging lawmakers to take action to prevent gun violence.
Police Arrest Man Who Allegedly Stole 660 Gallons Of Fuel In Van At Royal FarmsA 30-year-old man has been arrested, police have not identified him yet. 
Two Latest Water Main Breaks Bring Renewed Focus On Baltimore's Aging InfrastructureBaltimore sees about 1,000 water main breaks each year, and the Department of Public Works replaces miles of the most vulnerable pipes before they burst, but with limited money and time, it’s hard to keep up.
'Ballin' On A Budget' | Ravens Host Financial Education Course For PlayersFinancial literacy is important for everyone to learn, but it's especially crucial for those in the NFL since many former players end up struggling with money after retiring.
Artists Capture Historic Baltimore During Mount Vernon 'Paint Out'Capturing Baltimore's historic buildings, sculptures and parks in paint is no small feat, but a number of artists took on the challenge in Mount Vernon Tuesday morning.
Path Of Encouragement | How One Towson Neighborhood Is Trying To Prevent SuicidesThey may seem like plain yard signs to you, but they have a bigger meaning.