Baltimore Firefighter Unions Say Firefighter Safety Act Could Prevent Them From Doing Their JobsTwo local firefighter’s unions made clear Tuesday that they do not support the Firefighter Safety Act because it “seems poised to unreasonably restrict” them from performing their duties.
Baltimore City Council Invites General Public To Hearing On Vacant House LegislationBaltimore residents will be able to learn more about new legislation designed to increase penalties for people who own vacant properties during a hearing at Baltimore City Hall on Tuesday.
Baltimore's Fallen Firefighters Get An Earth Day TreeMayor Brandon Scott said on Saturday that he was filled with joy after watching the community come together to celebrate the lives of three Baltimore firefighters who died while battling a house fire in January.
Nonworking Smoke Alarms Contributed To Taneytown Fatal FireFire investigators have discovered that there were no working smoke alarms inside a Taneytown building when it was damaged by a deadly fire on Saturday morning, according to authorities.
Body Found Near I-95 Could Be Parent Of Child Killed In Baltimore FireBaltimore Police confirmed the child's death was being investigated as a homicide Monday.
Southwest Baltimore Residents Distressed Over Child Who Died In FireThe Baltimore City Fire Department is continuing to investigate a fatal fire that left a child dead in Southwest Baltimore on Friday evening.
Child Dies In Southwest Baltimore Fire, Officials SayA child between the ages of 3 and 4 was found dead at the scene, a Baltimore Fire Department spokesperson said.
Fatal Fire In Calvert County Under InvestigationThe victim was transported to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Baltimore to determine the exact cause of death and to positively verify the identity of the victim.
Man Killed In Windsor Mill House FireA 62-year-old man died in a house fire Sunday morning in Windsor Mill, the Baltimore County Fire Department said.
62-Year-Old Man Dies In Windsor Mill FireBaltimore County Fire officials confirm was person was killed in an overnight fire in the 3300 block of Ripple Road.
Baltimore City Councilmembers Craft Bills To Ease Vacant House BurdenCity lawmakers are taking steps toward addressing the problems associated with Baltimore's nearly 15,000 vacant houses.
Mayor Scott Steers $100 Million Toward Baltimore's Vacant House ProblemMayor Brandon Scott announced on Friday that he would steer $100 million from American Rescue Plan Act funds toward addressing the thousands of vacant and dilapidated houses that haunt Baltimore—like the one that killed three firefighters in January.
One Man Killed In Northwest Baltimore House FireThe Baltimore City Fire Department is investigating a fatal fire that killed someone in Northwest Baltimore on Saturday night.
One Dundalk Woman Killed And Another Injured By Electrical FiresA 92-year-old Dundalk woman has been killed and a 72-year-old woman has been critically injured after two separate electrical fires in the same neighborhood destroyed their home.
Baltimore Hockey Team Honors Fallen Friends, Firefighters, And Officer Keona HolleyDamontae Lindsay arrived at the Dominic “Mimi” DiPietro Family Skating Center Sunday morning holding a hockey stick in one hand and rolling a portable subwoofer speaker in the other.