Brandon Scott Plans To Introduce Ordinance Requiring City To Create Biennial Crime Reduction PlanBaltimore City Council President and mayoral candidate Brandon Scott plans to introduce legislation that would require the mayor's office to create and publish a crime plan every other year.
Brandon Scott Announces He's Running For Baltimore MayorBaltimore City Council President Brandon Scott announced he is running for mayor in Baltimore Friday.
Baltimore City Leaders Address Violent Crime In City, Town Hall Meetings ThursdayA City and Town Hall meeting was held Thursday, both discussed strategies to break the cycle of violence in Baltimore.
'Shoot Hoops, Not Guns' Basketball Tournament Held In BaltimoreA basketball tournament was held in Baltimore on Saturday with a goal to stop violence. 
Second Vehicle Stopped In Investigation Into Shooting Of Sergeant Isaac Carrington, Still No Connections MadeThis is the second vehicle stopped by police in this investigation in which arrests were made, but so far, no connection has been made to this case. 
'Today We Stand United' | Mayor Young, Baltimore City Leaders Denounce President Trump's TweetsRecent tweets from President Trump have sparked an instant reaction from City Officials across Baltimore. 
Mayor Jack Young Signs Gender-Inclusive, Single Occupancy Restroom Bill Into Law At Baltimore Pride WeekendHistory was made at the Baltimore Pride Parade on Saturday.
Brandon Scott Named New Baltimore City Council PresidentBrandon Scott was named the new Baltimore City County president Monday night.
'Emergency' Meeting To Be Held On Baltimore's Crime PlanThe chairman of the City Council's Public Safety Committee is holding an emergency meeting for the Pugh administration's crime plan.
Councilman Hopes Kaepernick Jersey Prompts Conversations for A Better BaltimoreThe youngest Baltimore City Council member is facing scrutiny not for a policy or how he voted, but for wearing a Kaepernick jersey over his shirt and tie.
Baltimore Councilman Dons Kaepernick Jersey, Calls Protest the American WayHigh profile Marylanders are weighing in on the athlete's decision to kneel during the National Anthem to protest social injustice and police brutality.