Baltimore Organization Makes Effort To Revive Iconic Royal TheaterThe Royal Theatre was an icon in the city, where African-Americans celebrated music.
Loaded Gun Found In Mervo High Cafeteria, Officials SayCity Schools said whoever brought the gun into the building "will be held accountable per Maryland law."
More Than 200 Bodies Are Awaiting An Autopsy In Baltimore, State Health Officials SayThere was a 17 percent decrease in full-time equivalent medical examiners in FY 2021.
States And Localities Are Ditching Face Masks, But Some Say It's PrematureWith more people choosing to go maskless, some tell WJZ they're worried taking off the masks could fuel a new variant.
Baltimore Leaders Join Hearing On Bill To Ban Ghost Guns In MarylandA devasted mother who lost her son to gun violence pleaded with lawmakers in Annapolis to make a change. She said someone shot her son with a ghost gun.
Baltimore 'Shoe Muralist' Gains National, Celebrity Attention For Custom DesignsAkio Evans has been making shoes and sewing clothing since he was a teenager at Northern High School in Baltimore. 
Baltimore-Bred Pinky Cole Takes Vegan Fare Mainstream With "Slutty Vegan"Another helping of the vegan empire is coming full circle. Cole is planning on bringing her business to Baltimore.
Baltimore City Fire Department 'Out Of Service' For First Time In 225-Year HistoryFor the first time in more than two centuries, the entire Baltimore City Fire Department is out of service on Wednesday.
Marilyn Mosby Maintains Innocence In MSNBC Interview; Says 'I'm Ready To Go To Trial Tomorrow'Mosby and her attorney claim the charges are politically motivated, and were timed to coincide with an election year to derail her chances at re-election. 
Report Card Shows Maryland Is Unprepared For Damage Inflicted By Climate ChangeMaryland has inadequate climate change data, which prevents it from properly mitigating the negative impact that storm surges, slow stormwater runoff and heavy rains have on its coastal residents, the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science has found.
19-Year-Old 'Uncooperative' After Getting Shot In Knee, Baltimore Police SayPolice in Baltimore are investigating a shooting Wednesday night that sent a 19-year-old man to the hospital.
Breakthrough Pig Heart Transplant Performed In Baltimore Could Help Quell Organ Shortage, Saving LivesThe Food and Drug Administration, which oversees xenotransplantation experiments, gave the green light for the procedure under a “compassionate use” emergency authorization.
Condolences Pour In For Loved Ones Of Late Baltimore Officer Keona HolleyAs word spread Thursday that Baltimore officer Keona Holley was taken off life support, so too did reactions from the community and its leadership, who offered condolences to the officer’s family, friends and colleagues.
Scott Suspends Baltimore Parks & Recreation Programs, Hints At Vaccine Passport Amid COVID-19 SurgeMayor Brandon Scott on Wednesday announced that he’s suspending all programs run by Baltimore City Recreation and Parks through the end of January, one of several steps he said the city is taking to get the spread of COVID-19 under control.
Test Kits Run Out Within Minutes At Baltimore City Libraries, Anne Arundel County Distributing 100K KitsNearly 5,000 free at-home COVID test kits were distributed within minutes Tuesday at 23 Enoch Pratt Free Library locations across Baltimore City.