Black-Owned Baltimore Restaurants Hope To Profit From Thousands Visiting For CIAA Basketball Tournament

The oldest historically Black basketball event delivered $19.6 million of economic impact in 2022.

Woman, Neo-Nazi Caught In Racist Scheme To Attack Baltimore Power Grid

The defendants allegedly sought to plunge the majority Black city into darkness.

Judge In Baltimore Prosecutor Marilyn Mosby’s Perjury Case Denies Her Motion To Change Venue

The former Baltimore city state's attorney allegedly lied to purchase Florida vacation

Baltimore’s MLK Day Parade Will Continue Despite Cancellation

Mayor Brandon Scott’s office will organize the parade.

Baltimore Cancels MLK Day Parade For Third Straight Year Leaving Questions About Its Future

‘It is disrespectful,’ protests Baltimore’s U.S. Rep. Kweisi Mfume, who fears the city may never have another MLK Day parade.

Baltimore Area Under Boil Water Advisory, County Working To Buy Bottled Water

The county distributed water on Tuesday but ran out, as residents try to avoid infection by E. coli found in samples of water in West Baltimore.

Baltimore City States Attorney Marilyn Mosby Ordered To Appear In Court For Possibly Violating Gag Order

She is accused of discussing the controversial Keith Davis Jr. murder trial on a radio show.

Baltimore Mayor Announces Lawsuit Against Ghost Gun Manufacturer

Mayor Brandon Scott’s legal action is being joined by numerous groups.

Pregnant Woman Murdered In Baltimore, Baby In Critical Condition

Angel Smith, 38, was shot and killed along with her fiancé.

Five Baltimore Students Happily Surprised With Full-Ride Scholarship

McDaniel College and the CollegeBound Foundation presented the scholarships to the students, all of whom are at the tops of their classes.