Faith And City Leaders Work To Mend A Broken CityPolice say they have investigated six shootings since Friday afternoon, one of them fatal, marking the 196th homicide in the city since the start of the year.
New Legislation Requires Restaurants To Publicly Detail Health Inspection ClosuresBaltimore’s mayor signs legislation on Thursday that will require restaurants to public post reason for closures resulting from health inspections.
Which City Worker Is Making Top Dollar In Baltimore?Which city workers are taking home the most money? The answer may surprise you. Some first responders are making hundreds of thousands of dollars, many doubling their salaries in overtime.
Mayor, Interim Comm. Promote Upcoming Safety Forums In East BaltimoreMayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and Interim Police Commissioner Kevin Davis visit neighborhoods in east Baltimore on Sunday to promote upcoming public safety forums.
Major Obstacles Ahead For Baltimore's New Interim CommissionerPolice shake up. Kevin Davis is Baltimore's new top cop after the mayor names him the interim commissioner.
Firing Of Baltimore Police Commissioner 'Shock' To GovernorThe firing of Baltimore Police Commissioner Anthony Batts came as a surprise to Maryland's governor.
City Council Leadership React To Firing Of Comm. BattsCity Council leaders react to the Mayor’s decision on Wednesday after she announced a change in command within the Baltimore Police Department.
Big Splash 2015 Kicks Off Summer Pool SeasonIt's everyone into the pool as the city is set for Big Splash 2015.
New Study Highlights An Increase Attraction To Charm CityA new study details what draws people to live in Baltimore, and what drives them out of the city.
Podcast Host Discusses The Death Of Freddie Gray And Baltimore BurningAs we begin to navigate through, what will clearly be another Rodney King-esque event, Paul Viollis and legal analyst Vincent Ancona closely examine the plethora of issues that caused the city of Baltimore to erupt and burst into flames over the death of Freddie Gray while in police custody.
U.S. To Decide Soon On Whether To Investigate Baltimore PoliceAttorney General Loretta Lynch says she'll decide soon whether the Justice Department will undertake a civil rights investigation into the Baltimore police department.