Council members want equity in resources to focus on other areas of Baltimore

COUNCIL MEMBERS WANT EQUITY IN RESOURCES TO FOCUS ON OTHER AREAS OF BALTIMORE

Many councilmembers are now urging city leaders to pour the same resources that were in Fells Point last weekend in areas that's been...

Use of force investigation underway after BPD police car strikes carjacking suspect

USE OF FORCE INVESTIGATION UNDERWAY AFTER BPD POLICE CAR STRIKES CARJACKING SUSPECT

Baltimore police are releasing information on a use of force incident that involved a suspect being hit by a police cruiser on Monday.

 
 
 
Tennis star Naomi Osaka will skip Wimbledon and play at Tokyo Olympics, agent says

TENNIS STAR NAOMI OSAKA WILL SKIP WIMBLEDON AND PLAY AT TOKYO OLYMPICS, AGENT SAYS

In May, Osaka withdrew from the French Open after being fined $15,000 for refusing to speak to the media.

Court battle brewing over Conowingo Dam's relicensing to Exelon

COURT BATTLE BREWING OVER CONOWINGO DAM'S RELICENSING TO EXELON

There is a court battle brewing over the Conowingo Dam and the power company that operates it.

 
 
 
Police locate 8-year-old boy

POLICE LOCATE 8-YEAR-OLD BOY

Police said Dale Brown, 8, was found safe.

Morgan State University awarded over $6M from Apple, Google

MORGAN STATE UNIVERSITY AWARDED OVER $6M FROM APPLE, GOOGLE

Students at Morgan State University will soon see a technology upgrade on their Baltimore campus, thanks to big tech companies Apple...

 
 
 

POLICE NEED PUBLIC'S HELP LOCATING MISSING 8-YEAR-OLD BOY

Police need the public's help locating a missing 8-year-old boy from Owings Mills.

One more nice day before chances for storms increase

ONE MORE NICE DAY BEFORE CHANCES FOR STORMS INCREASE

Chief Meteorologist Tom Tasselmyer explains how Friday will be nice and warmer before chances for thunderstorms increase over Father's...

 
 
 
What's closed Friday in Maryland in observance of Juneteenth?

WHAT'S CLOSED FRIDAY IN MARYLAND IN OBSERVANCE OF JUNETEENTH?

Here's a working list of what's closed in Maryland in observance of Juneteenth, a new federal holiday commemorating the end of slavery.

Construction worker dies after he was struck by tractor trailer on I-95 in White Marsh

CONSTRUCTION WORKER DIES AFTER HE WAS STRUCK BY TRACTOR TRAILER ON I-95 IN WHITE MARSH

A construction worker was killed after he was struck by a tractor trailer on I-95 late Wednesday night in White Marsh, Maryland State...

 
 
 
Baltimore businessman creates program to help recent high school grads get jobs

BALTIMORE BUSINESSMAN CREATES PROGRAM TO HELP RECENT HIGH SCHOOL GRADS GET JOBS

A Baltimore businessman believes he has found a way to help many of city high school students become employed.

Lucky Ohio teen gets full ride to college thanks to Vax-A-Million Scholarship

LUCKY OHIO TEEN GETS FULL RIDE TO COLLEGE THANKS TO VAX-A-MILLION SCHOLARSHIP

A lucky teenager is getting a full ride to college thanks to the Ohio Vax-A-Million Scholarship.

 
 
 
Deals and discounts for vaccinated Marylanders through GoVAX Rewards Program

DEALS AND DISCOUNTS FOR VACCINATED MARYLANDERS THROUGH GOVAX REWARDS PROGRAM

Maryland residents who are vaccinated can score many deals and discounts through the Maryland GoVAX Program.

Sheppard Pratt celebrates opening of new campus in Elkridge

SHEPPARD PRATT CELEBRATES OPENING OF NEW CAMPUS IN ELKRIDGE

Sheppard Pratt hosted a grand opening celebration Thursday for its new Baltimore/Washington Campus in Elkridge.

 
 
 
House poised to repeal 2002 Iraq War authorization

HOUSE POISED TO REPEAL 2002 IRAQ WAR AUTHORIZATION

The House is expected to approve legislation to repeal the 2002 authorization for use of military force in Iraq, a step supporters...

Several major airlines are dealing with disruptions after widespread website outages

SEVERAL MAJOR AIRLINES ARE DEALING WITH DISRUPTIONS AFTER WIDESPREAD WEBSITE OUTAGES

Several airlines, including Southwest, United, and Virgin Australia, acknowledged dealing with ongoing website system issues late Wednesday...

 
 
 
Beautiful weather continues into Thursday

BEAUTIFUL WEATHER CONTINUES INTO THURSDAY

Chief Meteorologist Tom Tasselmyer explains how high temperatures Thursday will be around 80 degrees with bright, sunny skies in Maryland.

Is the Ravens' D too nice? They don't think so

IS THE RAVENS' D TOO NICE? THEY DON'T THINK SO

The Ravens' defense is statistically is one of the best in the NFL, there's no doubt about it. But there's a nagging question ...

 
 
 
Lamar Jackson asked whether he got the COVID-19 vaccine

LAMAR JACKSON ASKED WHETHER HE GOT THE COVID-19 VACCINE

While the Baltimore Ravens wrapped up mini-camp Wednesday, quarterback Lamar Jackson was asked whether he has been vaccinated against...

Groups want investigation, Ocean City officers suspended after use of force

GROUPS WANT INVESTIGATION, OCEAN CITY OFFICERS SUSPENDED AFTER USE OF FORCE

Dozens of people gathered in solidarity to condemn the actions of Ocean City police officers in the arrests of young men allegedly...

 
 
 



Some people boo U.S. Sen. Johnson at Juneteenth celebration

Some people boo U.S. Sen. Johnson at Juneteenth celebration

U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson was the last senator to oppose making Juneteenth a federal holiday. He says he was opposed to the financial impact of a new holiday on the economy. Read more ...

How long is Chris Paul out? Timeline, return date, latest updates on Suns star

How long is Chris Paul out? Timeline, return date, latest updates on Suns star

Chris Paul entered the NBA's health and safety protocols after the Suns' four-game sweep of the Nuggets. How long will he be out? Here are the latest updates on his condition... Read more ...

Eric Garner's sister endorses Cornegy for Brooklyn borough president

Eric Garner's sister endorses Cornegy for Brooklyn borough president

Ellisha Garner endorsed Councilman Robert Cornegy Jr. for Brooklyn Borough president, lauding his successful sponsorship of a city law banning police chokeholds. Read more ...

Indiana police officer dies following complications with COVID-19

Indiana police officer dies following complications with COVID-19

A police officer in Indiana has died after being exposed to COVID-19 while on duty. Read more ...

'Sesame Street' episode during Pride Month introduces family with two gay dads

'Sesame Street' episode during Pride Month introduces family with two gay dads

During the show's Family Day episode, "Sesame Street" introduced a new layer of diversity with some fresh faces. Read more ...

One injured in New Kensington shooting

One injured in New Kensington shooting

Pittsburgh's Action News 4 was told at least one person was shot and is working on learning that person's condition. Read more ...

Fight over payment for dog leads to shooting, deputies say

Fight over payment for dog leads to shooting, deputies say

According to Lt. Kevin Bobo with the Spartanburg County Sheriff's Office, it happened around 2:30 p.m. at the Meridian River Run Apartments on Reidville Road. Read more ...

House fire leads deputies to discover illegal poker machines, officials say

House fire leads deputies to discover illegal poker machines, officials say

Officials said fire crews initially responded to a fire at a home on Sunset Drive around 3:25 p.m. Read more ...

Puerto Rican Day Parade returns in first major Chicago parade since start of...

Puerto Rican Day Parade returns in first major Chicago parade since start of pandemic

CHICAGO - Large crowds gathered in the city's Humboldt Park neighborhood for the return of the Puerto Rican Day Parade, a large celebration of the city's rich Puerto Rican... Read more ...

Why Islanders and Nets hosting big playoff games on same night is...

The historical wrinkle of Saturday's home playoff games is that the two franchises have a long, entwined history, which some of the time would have meant that a night such as... Read more ...