City, Strip Club Reach Agreement Allowing Adult Entertainment To Resume In Baltimore With COVID-19 Protocols, Law Firm SaysDays after the owner of a Baltimore strip club sued the city over COVID-19 regulations he said unfairly targeted adult entertainment, the club and the city have reached a settlement that will allow it to reopen, a law firm representing the club said Wednesday evening.
Ethics Professor Weighs In On Marylanders Jumping Lines To Get COVID-19 VaccineLong lines of people have waited outside of the Baltimore Convention Center to get their COVID-19 vaccination, some of whom had to jump hurdles to secure their shot.  
Baltimore Teen Activist Uses Art To Call Attention To Climate ChangeSome experts say the winter storms much of the country saw this year, with worsening extremes, are due to climate change. Now, one Baltimore teen activist is using her voice to draw attention to the cause.
Star-Spangled Banner, Written During War Of 1812 In Baltimore, Celebrates 90th Birthday As National AnthemIt has been 90 years to the day since "The Star-Spangled Banner" became our National Anthem. 
Police Release Body-Worn Camera Footage In South Baltimore ShootingPolice have released the body-worn camera footage from an officer-involved shooting in south Baltimore last month.
Baltimore City Officials Announce New Data Portal To Trace Guns Being Used To Commit CrimesBaltimore leaders on Wednesday announced the launch of a new tool aimed at tracing the source of guns being used to commit crimes in the city.
Children's Guild Works To Provide Students With Unique Ways To Learn, Boost Success In The ClassroomMany students across Maryland are starting their first week back in school for in-person learning. Among them are Children’s Guild students.
Ernest Ford Indicted For Role In Deadly Shooting Of MTA Mobility Driver Frankye DuckettA Baltimore City grand jury indicted a man for his role in the deadly shooting of an MTA Mobility driver. 
FBI Offers $5K Reward For Information In Baltimore Attempted Armed CarjackingThe FBI is seeking the public's help in identifying three suspects wanted in an attempted armed carjacking and non-fatal shooting in Baltimore on Feb. 8. 
Former Baltimore Orioles Manager Joe Altobelli, Who Led The O's To 1983 World Series Title, Dies At 88Former Orioles manager Joe Altobelli, who led the O's to a world championship in 1983, has died. He was 88. 
Baltimore City Public Schools Resumes Spring Sports Season, Starts March 8The five-phase plan starts March 8, with voluntary small group conditioning.