20-Year-Old Man Killed In Double Shooting In BaltimorePolice are investigating after a deadly shooting in Baltimore on Saturday afternoon. 
Baltimore Department Of Public Works Hosts 'Dam Jam'It was a fun-filled day of music, food and water history at Lake Montebello. 
Baltimore's Mayor, Police Commissioner Meet With Gov. Larry Hogan On City's Violent CrimeMayor Jack Young, Police Commissioner Michael Harrison and Governor Larry Hogan met in the governor's downtown office in Baltimore Friday to discuss violent crime in the city.
Baltimore Man Sentenced To 25 Years In Federal Prison For 2 Counts Of Production Of Child PornographyA Baltimore man was sentenced to 25 years in federal prison for enticing a minor to produce child pornography. 
Downpours From Severe Storms Causes Sewer Overflows In BaltimoreThe fast-moving storms that hit parts of Baltimore on Thursday night caused a sewer overflow of almost 7.8 million gallons of stormwater mixed with sewer water into Herring Run, and over 830,000 gallons into the Jones Falls. 
Robert Griffin III, Gervonta Davis Get Students Ready For Upcoming School Year With Free Haircuts, SuppliesWith a week and a half left in summer vacation, two local athletes helped to make sure kids will be ready for the up and coming school year. 
'It's Inhumane' | Baltimore Teachers Union Holds Fan Drive In Effort To Combat Problems Of Hot ClassroomsThe Baltimore Teachers Union is scrambling to get space fans into schools before the start of the academic year, all in an effort to alleviate the problem of hot classrooms.
Fast-Moving Storms Cause Flash Flooding In Parts Of Baltimore Thursday NightFast-moving storms hit parts of Maryland hard Thursday night. 
Horseshoe Casino Celebrates Fifth AnniversaryIt was a special day for Horseshoe Casino as it celebrated its fifth birthday. 
Baltimore, DC Traffic Some Of The Worst In The Nation, Study SaysBaltimore and DC rank among the cities with the worst traffic, according to the Texas A&M Study. 
Baltimore Fire Department's Plan To Scale Back Number Of Initial Responding Units Draws Concern From UnionThe Baltimore City Fire Department plans to cut down on the number of firefighters responding to initial calls, a move that isn't sitting well with the firefighters' union.