Baltimore City Council committee questions BPD leaders about crime
The leaders of the Baltimore Police Department say they're gaining ground in the fight against crime, but more work needs to be done.
Baltimore City still feeling effects of ransomware attack
Baltimore City's data is still being held hostage after a ransomware attack on the government network, according to city officials who confirmed the RobinHood virus infected city servers sometime early Tuesday morning.
Baltimore City Council questions IT officials on ransomware attack
The Baltimore City Council peppers city information technology officials with questions Friday, as the city tries to recover from the ransomware attack that's hobbled city services.
Baltimore City Schools use new map feature to address building concerns
Baltimore City turns to an interactive map to speed up the response time to address school building concerns.
MD lawmakers ask FBI, Secret Service for briefing on Baltimore City ransomware attack
Maryland lawmakers are asking the directors of the FBI and the Secret Service to provide a briefing at the conclusion of the ransomware attack against the City of Baltimore.
$47M spent on police overtime in Baltimore; top recipients' names released
Baltimore City officials are making efforts to control the ever-rising amount spent on police overtime.
Mayor hints at reduction in Baltimore police budget
Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh hinted Wednesday that she's ready to cut back the budget of the city's Police Department.
Water main break affects 100 customers in Baltimore
A 12-inch water main break is affecting 100 customers in Baltimore.
What to expect at the 2019 Baltimore Boat Show
It may only be January, but believe it or not, if boating is your sport it's time to get into the game.
10 Marylanders win VIP trip with Baltimore Ravens
For the 10th year in a row, the Maryland Lottery and the Baltimore Ravens have teamed up to send 10 Marylanders on a VIP trip with the team.
Johnson reflects on tenure as top FBI official in Baltimore
The top FBI official in Baltimore said law enforcement alone cannot solve the city's violent crime crisis.
Matchmaker shares 5 tips for successful dating in Baltimore
When it comes to dating in this day and age, most will agree it's a different kind of beast. There are rules to it. A matchmaker shares her secrets to help find love.
Baltimore County executive candidates answer questions at forum
Two candidates running for Baltimore County executive spent part of Sunday talking to voters at a forum in Owings Mills.
Baltimore Ravens to participate in volunteer initiative Huddle For 100
Fresh off a road trip to Kansas City, members of the Baltimore Ravens will be out in force on Monday volunteering all over the community.
Top tax bills in Baltimore City
The homes and commercial properties with the biggest property-tax bills in Baltimore are largely within walking distance of each other, with most clustered downtown and around the Inner Harbor. The Baltimore Sun analyzed city records to rank the properties with the most taxes — after accounting for any breaks — for the tax year that ends June 30. By way of comparison: The taxes on a city home that's assessed at $100,000 come to $2,268. Read more of The Sun's analysis here.
Baltimore Police Commissioner Harrison answers questions about budget, crime plan
Leaders from the Baltimore Police Department were in front of a City Council committee answering tough questions about their budget.
Baltimore Mayor Pugh book controversy: What you need to know
Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh is under investigation for her book deals made while she was a member of the University of Maryland Medical System Board of Directors. Here's what you need to know.
Baltimore educator helps city's addicted hours before school day
Baltimore resident Nick Johns is an elementary school teacher by day, but in the early morning hours, he's finding people with substance abuse issues and getting them help -- something he does completely on his own.
11 TV Hill Preakness: What will it take to keep Preakness in Baltimore?
The writing seems to be on the wall with this one: The Stronach Group, owners of Pimlico Race Course and Laurel Park, envision a new super track in the state's future -- and Pimlico is the clear underdog in becoming home to this racing revival. It really boils down to money with the ownership, state and city in a standoff. As it stands now, $400 million is the asking price to update Pimlico and keep the race in Baltimore. One hurdle standing in…
10 shot, 4 dead over weekend in northeast Baltimore
In a weekend of shootings, 10 people have been shot and four men are dead in southwest Baltimore.