President Trump Is Coming To Baltimore, Weeks After Twitter Insults. Here's What You Need To Know
Group Planning Protest During Trump's Visit To BaltimoreA group calling itself the "Baltimore Welcoming Committee" is planning a protest during President Donald Trump's visit to the city Thursday.
President Donald Trump Remembers 9/11 Victims, Along With Families At The PentagonAmericans commemorated 9/11 with solemn ceremonies and vows Wednesday to "never forget" 18 years after the deadliest terror attacks on American soil.
With An Orioles Game, President Trump's Visit On Thursday, Brace Yourselves For Heavy Downtown TrafficHeavy traffic is expected between 4 p.m. and 8 p.m., Baltimore City DOT said.
Hogan Offers Millions For Baltimore Crime Reduction, Calls For End To 'Status Quo'Gov. Larry Hogan Tuesday said he's prepared to offer Baltimore an additional $21 million in state support to help fight crime in the city if leaders submit quarterly reports outlining their progress in making the city safer.
U.S. Mayors, Including Baltimore's Jack Young, Urge Lawmakers To Take Action On Gun ViolenceA group of mayors from around the country, including Baltimore Mayor Bernard C. "Jack" Young, visited the nation's capital Tuesday, urging lawmakers to take action to prevent gun violence.
Baltimore City Councilwoman Introduces Ordinance Banning Marijuana Testing For Some City Job ApplicantsThe bill would ban pre-employment screening tests for tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC, for those applying for some city jobs.
Hogan Authorizes Helicopter Rescue Team To Help With Hurricane Dorian Recovery in North CarolinaAs Hurricane Dorian batters the Carolinas as it makes its way up the East Coast, Gov. Larry Hogan has authorized Maryland's Helicopter Aquatic Rescue Team to head south to help with potential rescues.
Former Baltimore Police Spokesperson T.J. Smith 'Closing In On A Final Decision' About Running For MayorFormer Baltimore Police Department spokesperson T.J. Smith, rumored to be considering running for mayor in 2020, said Friday he's "closing in on a final decision" on whether to run for the city's top job.
Maryland Has Almost $217M More Than Projected Last YearMaryland's state revenues are almost $217 million more than projected in the last fiscal year.
Maryland, D.C. Officials Ask Court To Reconsider Ruling Tossing Trump Hotel LawsuitA federal appeals court should reconsider its decision to throw out a lawsuit accusing President Donald Trump of illegally profiting off the presidency through his luxury Washington hotel, officials in Maryland and the District of Columbia argued Monday in a legal filing.