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The Baltimore City Council is moving to legalize stun gun possession by city residents in response to a federal court ruling. A bill introduced... [Read More]
Baltimore City Councilman Brandon Scott introduced legislation Monday that would create a 20-member committee of local residents to advise the city police department on a... [Read More]
Baltimore County police said an officer shot a suspect Friday evening in Windsor Mill while investigating a stolen car. Sgt. Andrea Bylen said officers... [Read More]
Baltimore police are investigating a fatal stabbing that occurred Friday in Northeast Baltimore. At about 3:25 p.m., police were called to a home in... [Read More]
Maryland officials said Friday that three people have died of apparent overdoses of the synthetic drug carfentanil. Two Anne Arundel County residents and one... [Read More]
Advocates announced a new $500,000 legal defense fund Thursday for undocumented immigrants in Baltimore in response to a series of high-profile federal immigration arrests here. ... [Read More]
In 1904, the renowned landscape architects of the Olmsted family — who helped design New York's Central Park — drew up plans to connect Baltimore's... [Read More]
State Sen. Nathaniel T. Oaks, who was charged with wire fraud Friday in federal court, made a surprise return to Annapolis Monday. Oaks strolled into... [Read More]
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State Sen. Nathaniel T. Oaks, who was charged with wire fraud Friday in federal court, made a surprise entrance into the Senate chamber Monday morning.... [Read More]
In the days and weeks after the death of Freddie Gray shook Baltimore, leaders and activists spoke of seizing the moment to confront some of... [Read More]
State Sen. Nathaniel T. Oaks, a longtime Baltimore state legislator, was charged in U.S. District Court Friday with accepting cash payments in exchange for using... [Read More]
State Sen. Nathaniel T. Oaks, a longtime Baltimore state legislator, has been charged in U.S. District Court with wire fraud, court records show. The 70-year-old... [Read More]
The $15 minimum wage legislation in Baltimore is officially dead — at least for now. Only weeks after Baltimore's City Council backed the wage... [Read More]
Advocates for low-wage workers are ramping up pressure on the Baltimore City Council to override Mayor Catherine Pugh's veto of a $15 minimum wage bill,... [Read More]
Mayor Catherine Pugh is planning to relaunch Baltimore's once-troubled speed and red light camera system as early as June — part of a plan to... [Read More]
Mayor Catherine Pugh released her first $2.8 billion budget Wednesday. A statement from the mayor's office says the preliminary spending plan for Baltimore —... [Read More]
Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh released her first budget Wednesday — pumping millions more into both public schools and police while continuing a modest tax cut... [Read More]
Mark McLaurin, political director for a local labor union, feels betrayed. During Catherine Pugh's successful campaign for Baltimore mayor, McLaurin's Service Employees International Union... [Read More]
Residents of Baltimore's Hampden neighborhood plan to hold a vigil Saturday to honor the black New York man who was stabbed to death in what... [Read More]
Leaders of Baltimore's Jewish community said Thursday they were hopeful the bomb threats against their centers would stop now that Israeli police have arrested a... [Read More]
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