- More than 40 people gathered Sunday by the tree in Douglass Homes to memorialize Dante Barskdale, who was shot to death last week.
- Baltimore firefighters responded to a three-alarm fire Saturday night at the Edmondson Village Shopping Center.
- Charles E. Geyer, a World War II veteran who became superintendent of buildings for the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, has died of COVID-19 at 96.
- A female died and two men were hospitalized following shooting in a Southwest Baltimore house early Friday morning, Baltimore police said.
- Southern District shooting detectives are investigating this incident and are asking anyone with information to call (410) 396-2499 or call Metro Crime Stoppers At 1-866-7lockup
- Peter Boikai, 18, was violently shot in the chest on Christmas morning. His mother found out by a phone call while at work.
- Prison Union sources said they were notified of three more deaths over the last 7 days of essential employees in Maryland prisons. The department has not confirmed the information, leading to issues of distrust.
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- Six months after asking the inspector general to investigate her travel and personal businesses, Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby wants the probe wrapped up, arguing that a lack of resolution undermines public trust in her office.
- Two people who were assaulted in separate incidents last year have died this week from their injuries, Baltimore police said.
- While Democratic state legislators praised Republican Gov. Larry Hogan's proposed spending plan in general, they said they’ll have work to find more ways to help public schools and people affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
- The venerable North Howard Street theatrical costumer A.T. Jones & Sons Inc. that has kept Baltimoreans and environs dressed as ghouls, ghosts and in other guises for more than 150 years, now faces an uncertain future since the death of its owner, George F. Goebel, 88, who was also a well-known magician and illusionist, earlier this month.
- Police in Prince George’s County and Baltimore confirm that they are working together to explore whether body parts found in their respective jurisdictions are linked to the same case.
- Baltimore currently has a mass vaccination site at Under Armour’s Port Covington campus, which has the capacity to vaccinate 500 people per day. The city needs to drastically increase its daily capacity to vaccinate its more than 600,000 residents.
- A woman was pronounced dead after she was shot in the neck, according to Baltimore police. Hours later, a man was fatally shot.
- Jawad Musa, a Baltimore man incarcerated for the past 30 years on a drug charge, will go free after Donald Trump granted him a pardon early Wednesday morning before leaving office.
- The city’s legal department recommended the Board of Estimates approve the settlement with Yusef Smith as a result of his 2018 arrest by then-Officer Michael O’Sullivan.
- Six of Maryland’s seven Democratic House members and both of its Democratic senators expected to attend the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden.