- A 24-year-old man was killed and another injured in separate shootings in Northeast Baltimore Monday night, Baltimore Police said.
- After decades of debate and calls for reform, the thoroughbred racing industry will be governed by uniform federal regulations starting Friday, a prospect that has inspired widespread worry among Maryland horsemen.
- Baltimore abortion rights groups are collecting grants and donations from individuals since the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade.
- Maryland's once delayed 2022 primary election is finally upon us. As you make plans to head to the polls (or your local ballot drop box), here’s what you need to know about how to vote this summer.
- The Baltimore Central Booking and Intake Center was temporarily on lockdown after a potential security threat occurred on Monday, Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services officials said.
- Baltimore's Fourth of July fireworks show has been on hiatus because of the pandemic, but it's back this year. Here's what you need to know.
- A group of Baltimore’s largest employers announced Monday they’re starting a campaign to encourage Maryland’s elected officials to improve the city’s transportation system.
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- Two men were killed, and a woman was hurt in a shooting Sunday night at The Hub Sports Bar & Grill in Frankford Plaza in Northeast Baltimore, police said. Also this weekend, another person was killed and 15 injured during a spate of weekend violence that began Friday night.
- Abortion rights supporters gather Friday evening outside Baltimore's federal courthouse to protest the U.S. Supreme Court's decision overturning Roe v. Wade, which had enshrined women's rights to abortion.
- A Baltimore Court judge declared a mistrial Friday after a jury could not decide whether Lakeyria Doughty, otherwise known as the “Wheelie Queen,” was guilty of murder in the fatal stabbing of her girlfriend a few hours into New Year’s Day 2021.
- Tyrone Harvin is on trial on charges of raping and killing 83-year-old Dorothy Mae Neal in her apartment in the city’s Bridgeview-Greenlawn neighborhood in 2018.
- Ingram’s addition to the cast of 'Lady in the Lake' comes just four weeks after it was revealed that Oscar winner Lupita Nyong’o pulled out of her co-starring role in the series being filmed in Baltimore.
- A new internship program at the Baltimore Police Department allows HBCU students and recent grads to learn more about policing.
- Several schools within the University System of Maryland look to expand their degree options by offering health- and technology-based programs.
- A Baltimore Police officer driving to the scene of a fight in East Baltimore on Tuesday hit a scooter rider, who later died at Johns Hopkins Hospital Thursday evening.