MAN SUING BALTIMORE POLICE AFTER BODY CAMERA FOOTAGE LEADS TO DROPPED CHARGES THAT HE TRIED TO KILL A COP

A Baltimore man accused of trying to kill a city policeman last summer is now suing the officer and the police department for violating...

BALTIMORE'S WATER DEPARTMENT WAITS FOR REVENUE AS CUSTOMERS WAIT FOR LARGE BILLS AFTER RANSOMWARE FREEZES SYSTEM

Even though Baltimore's public works department hasn't issued water bills since a ransomware attack in May , director Rudy Chow said...

 
 
 

FEDERAL APPEALS COURT FAULTS BALTIMORE POLICE FOR GAG ORDERS, CALLS PRACTICE UNCONSTITUTIONAL ‘HUSH MONEY'

With a rebuke to Baltimore officials for doling out “hush money,” a federal appeals court ruled Thursday that gag orders common in...

MORGAN STATE STUDENTS WORK TO RESTORE THE SCHOOL'S CHAPEL AS PART OF HISTORIC PRESERVATION PROGRAM FOR BLACK STUDENTS

An eighth grade Spanish project convinced Stephanie Walker she ought to study architecture. The assignment was to draw their dream...

 
 
 

BALTIMORE'S ELITE FRIENDS SCHOOL INVESTIGATING A FORMER TEACHER MISCONDUCT ALLEGATION

Friends School of Baltimore announced Thursday it is investigating a claim a teacher inappropriately touched a student in the 1970s....

POLICE CAR STRUCK IN ELLICOTT CITY, OFFICER IN 'FAIR CONDITION'

A Howard County police officer was injured late Thursday morning after a vehicle rear-ended his patrol car in Ellicott City, police...

 
 
 

AFTER ELECTION REVIEW, DIAMONTÉ BROWN POISED TO BE CONFIRMED AS NEW PRESIDENT OF THE BALTIMORE TEACHERS UNION

After an investigation of a contested Baltimore Teachers Union election this spring, the American Federation of Teachers appears ready...

NEW LEAK REPORTED NEAR GIANT HOLE IN DOWNTOWN BALTIMORE AS CREWS READY FOR MORE HEAVY RAIN

Crews were dealing with a new underground water leak near a giant hole in the road in downtown Balti

 
 
 

MAN FOUND FATALLY SHOT NEAR MORGAN STATE CAMPUS; THREE OTHERS SHOT OVERNIGHT IN BALTIMORE

Four people were shot overnight in Baltimore, including a man who police say was fatally injured by gunfire near Morgan State University...

DELAYED IMMIGRATION RAIDS EXPECTED TO START THIS WEEKEND, SOURCES SAY

A nationwide immigration enforcement operation targeting people who are in the United States illegally is expected to begin this weekend...

 
 
 

‘SUFFOCATING' VIOLENCE: DESPITE NATIONAL TREND, KILLINGS INCREASE IN BALTIMORE THROUGH FIRST HALF OF 2019

Deadly gun violence shot up in Baltimore through the first half of 2019, extending a years-long surge in shootings that has persisted...

FOOD MARKETPLACE PLANNED FOR BALTIMORE'S WHITEHALL MILL

Owners of Baltimore's Whitehall Mill plan to bring a new food marketplace to the former factory on Clipper Mill Road, complete with...

 
 
 

BALTIMORE, ANNAPOLIS SET RECORDS FOR SUNNY-DAY FLOODING IN 2018 - AND IT COULD EVENTUALLY OCCUR EVERY OTHER DAY

On days with otherwise pleasant weather, Baltimore and Annapolis flooded a dozen times each in 2018, setting records in both cities...

FEDERAL COURT THROWS OUT MARYLAND LAWSUIT OVER TRUMP HOTEL PROFITS

President Donald Trump's lawyers persuaded a federal appeals court to throw out a lawsuit claiming he is profiting from foreign-government...

 
 
 

FAA TO CONSIDER CASE ABOUT NOISE NEAR BWI AIRPORT

The Federal Aviation Administration is going to reconsider its position challenging Maryland over new flight patterns and the noise...

BALTIMORE POLICE SEARCHING FOR SUSPECT IN SEXUAL ASSAULT OF 79-YEAR-OLD WOMAN IN CANTON

Baltimore police are searching for a man who physically and sexually assaulted a 79-year-old woman after luring her into a house in...

 
 
 

BALTIMORE CREWS CONTINUE WORK TO FILL UNDERGROUND COLLAPSE DOWNTOWN

Baltimore crews continued work Tuesday evening to fill in an underground collapse downtown that occurred several hours after city officials...

UNIVERSITY SYSTEM OF MARYLAND APPOINTS COMMITTEE TO FIND CHANCELLOR'S REPLACEMENT STARTING IN 2020

The University System of Maryland has created an 18-member committee to search for Chancellor Robert Caret's replacement before he...

 
 
 

BALTIMORE INVESTIGATING RACIST AND ANTI-SEMITIC TWEETS ALLEGEDLY POSTED BY PUBLIC WORKS EMPLOYEE

A Baltimore Department of Public Works employee is under investigation by the city's watchdog agency after a Twitter account with his...

JURY ORDERS FORMER BALTIMORE COP WHO BEAT HANDCUFFED, HOSPITALIZED 14-YEAR-OLD TO PAY $100,000, LAWYER SAYS

A federal jury on Tuesday returned a $100,000 verdict against a former Baltimore police officer who had already been convicted of assaulting...

 
 
 



Rep. Omar: Go to Israel, see 'cruel reality of the occupation'

Rep. Omar: Go to Israel, see 'cruel reality of the occupation'

Democratic U.S. Reps. Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib sharply criticized Israel on Monday for denying them entry and called on fellow members of Congress to visit while they cannot. Read more ...

Planned Parenthood Out Of Title X Over Trump Rule

Planned Parenthood Out Of Title X Over Trump Rule

The organization says it is leaving the federal family planning program because of rule changes under the Trump administration. Read more ...

Records: Epstein signed will worth $577M just two days before jailhouse suicide

Records: Epstein signed will worth $577M just two days before jailhouse suicide

New court filings show Jeffrey Epstein signed a will just two days before he killed himself in the Manhattan federal jail. Read more ...

 ‘We don't fall for provocations': Moscow won't jump the gun after US...

 ‘We don't fall for provocations': Moscow won't jump the gun after US missile test, says deputy FM

Russia will not fall for US “provocations” and be dragged into an “expensive arms race,” a senior diplomat said. Washington had earlier test-fired a cruise missile that was... Read more ...

U.S. prisons chief removed after Epstein's death

U.S. prisons chief removed after Epstein's death

WASHINGTON - Attorney General William Barr has removed the acting director of the Bureau of Prisons from his position more than a week after millionaire financier Jeffrey... Read more ...

Philippines' Duterte warns of ‘unfriendly' greeting for warships traveling...

Philippines' Duterte warns of ‘unfriendly' greeting for warships traveling without permission

President Rodrigo Duterte has warned of “unfriendly” treatment for foreign ships traveling in Philippines' territorial waters without permission, in a rare swipe at China's use... Read more ...

U.S. Tests Missile With A Range Prohibited By Now-Abandoned Treaty

U.S. Tests Missile With A Range Prohibited By Now-Abandoned Treaty

The Pentagon says it tested a modified cruise missile that flew "more than 500 kilometers" - a distance prohibited under the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty scrapped... Read more ...

Bus passengers held hostage as vehicle hijacked on bridge in Brazil

Bus passengers held hostage as vehicle hijacked on bridge in Brazil

A man claiming to be a former military police officer has taken the passengers of a bus hostage on a bridge in Brazil. Armed police have surrounded the vehicle and begun... Read more ...

UK Foreign Office ‘concerned' at reports Hong Kong consulate staff member...

UK Foreign Office ‘concerned' at reports Hong Kong consulate staff member detained in China

Britain's Foreign Office is seeking more information about reports that a Hong Kong staff member has been detained in mainland China. “We are concerned by reports that a member... Read more ...

Duckhee Lee downplays deafness, wins ATP tournament debut

Duckhee Lee downplays deafness, wins ATP tournament debut

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. - Duckhee Lee tossed the ball into the air for his first serve in an ATP tournament match, and blasted it past his opponent with a loud pop. Read more ...