Baltimore Officer Charged With Reckless Endangerment, Misconduct For Failure To Defend VictimChristopher Nguyen allegedly stood by as an unresponsive victim was taunted and kicked in the head.
Man Killed In Morning Shooting In Northwest BaltimoreThe man was transported to Shock Trauma, where he died under surgery.
Capital Beltway Toll Lanes Plan Moves Ahead With Board VoteA board voted Wednesday to move ahead with preliminary work on a multibillion-dollar plan to ease choking traffic by replacing the aging American Legion Bridge linking Maryland and Virginia and create toll lanes for Interstate 270 and parts of the beltway ringing the nation’s capital.
Schedule Announced For AFRAM Festival In BaltimoreMayor Brandon Scott and the Department of Recreation and Parks on Thursday announced the schedule for this year's hybrid AFRAM Festival, a lineup that includes an art show, a movie night, a bike party, a family skate night, and virtual concerts from rappers Busta Rhymes and Wale and R&B singer Chaka Khan.
Mother Mary Lange Catholic School Holds Opening Ceremony In Baltimore It’s been about sixty years since a Catholic school has opened in Baltimore City.
‘This Is Not Fear Mongering’ Baltimore Mayor Brings Back Indoor Mask Mandate; Governor Says No To Statewide Mask Mandate But Will Require Vaccines, Testing For Some State EmployeesBaltimore Mayor Brandon Scott is bringing back an indoor mask mandate while Governor Larry Hogan said there is no need to require face coverings statewide.
Appellate Judges Upholds Ocean City's Topless BanA federal appeals court on Wednesday affirmed a Maryland beach town's right to ban women from topless sunbathing.
Christy Turner, Coppin State Women's Tennis Player, Named A White House HBCU Scholar
2 Men Shot In Baltimore Monday Night, Tuesday MorningBaltimore Police said one man was shot Monday night in west Baltimore and another was shot Tuesday morning in south Baltimore.
Maryland Distributes Over $6M In Grants To Criminal Intelligence Network, Heroin Coordinator ProgramMaryland Governor Larry Hogan announced over $6 million in grants to support the Maryland Criminal Intelligence Network (MCIN) and heroin coordinators Monday.
Unemployment Workers Union Hold Rally Thursday Night In Baltimore Over Flagged Claims, UnavailabilityFor months, David waited for his unemployment benefits but he never got a dime and didn't know why. Then, he found out his claim was considered fraudulent.
Baltimore City Fire Union President Says Staff Shortages Causing Longer Response Time, Low MoraleThe Union President for Baltimore City Fire said the firefighters and paramedics need help and support from the administration, and they're not getting it. Those effects could trickle down to those who need help.
Maryland Zoo's Summer Games: Gymnastics And Track And Field Athletes ShineThe Summer Games in full swing in Tokyo but the competition is also heating up right here at home.
Chaotic Pop-Up Block Parties Disrupt North Baltimore NeighborhoodCity Police are investigating numerous complaints of teen pop-up parties in North Baltimore, some drawing more than 300 people.
Gov. Larry Hogan Thanks Cecil County Farmers, Tours Business ParkMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan on Tuesday visited the Cecil County Fair and got a bird's eye view of a major business park in North East.