'I'm Begging': Mayor Brandon Scott Implores Witnesses In Teen Girl's Murder To Speak UpPolice said gun fire echoed in the air outside the Lillian Jones Recreation Center on N. Stricker Street on Thursday night. In the aftermath -- Maliyah Turner had fatal injuries.
Churchgoers Outraged By Murder Of Baltimore Church EmployeeAuthorities are ratcheting up efforts to find whomever killed Evelyn Player, the 69-year-old Baltimore church employee found dead Tuesday morning inside Southern Baptist Church.
Mayor Scott Announces $55M For Workforce Development, Recovery Fund For BusinessesMayor Brandon Scott on Tuesday said the city would invest $55 million of its American Rescue Plan funding into workforce and economic development and spend $25 million to create a recovery fund for businesses, nonprofits and artists.
Biden Signs Bipartisan $1 Trillion Infrastructure Bill Into Law. Here's How It Will Help MarylandGov. Larry Hogan said Maryland’s share of this bill is at least $6 billion dollars, including $63 million for electric charging stations.
Del. Maggie McIntosh To Retire At End Of 2022 After Three Decades In The HouseDel. Maggie McIntosh, the first openly LGBTQ member of the Maryland General Assembly who has represented Baltimore since 1992, will retire at the end of 2022.
Cal Ripken Sr. Foundation Cuts Ribbon On BGE Park In South BaltimoreThe multi-use field is the foundation's 100th Youth Development Park in the nation and its 16th in Maryland. 
Baltimore's Rash Field Park Celebrates Grand ReopeningMayor Brandon Scott is speaking Friday morning at the grand opening of the first phase of Rash Field Park.
Baltimore OKs $760K Contract Extension For ShotSpotter ProgramThe city's board of estimates on Wednesday approved $759,500 to pay for ShotSpotter, which uses a network of specialized microphones stationed throughout the city to detect and alert police to gunfire.
Baltimore Residents Not Taking Any Chances With Threat Of FloodingBaltimore City residents were scrambling Friday to protect their property and businesses from coastal flooding spawned by heavy rainfall and strong winds.
City & State Leaders Announce $5 Million Plan To Address Persistent Flooding In Northeast BaltimoreMayor Brandon Scott is holding a news conference Thursday afternoon to discuss infrastructure and ways to address flooding in Northeast Baltimore.
Lamar Jackson Is A Leader On The Field. Mayor Scott Hopes He Can Fill A Similar Role Off It“The best way to use Lamar is to have him go out there, talk to these young brothers about how to handle themselves, how to treat themselves and each other better," Scott said.