Appeal hearing on witness testimony of fellow police officer could delay all six trials.
Pikesville mom creates software for kids with reading difficulties.
At the Space Telescope Science Institute, Kenneth Sembach is leading the next great mission into the cosmos.
A photo and history tour inside Canton, Highlandtown, Fells Point and Little Italy's oldest immigrant Catholic churches.
We bid farewell to some of the notable Marylanders we lost in 2015.
Key witness question remains as van driver faces second-degree murder charge.
Developers lay out plan for UA campus, arts center, large park, and additional public transit stops.
Pikesville native created a recovered produce company that gives back to the community.
Officials met in Sandtown neighborhood where Freddie Gray was arrested.
Medical cannabis rolls out in Maryland, but there's a catch.
Police reform, community activism, and new leadership can turn the city around.
The local theatre company vows to preserve landmark’s history in plans for remodel.
The most notable news and events in Baltimore from 2015.
We asked prominent Baltimoreans to tell us their resolutions for 2016.
Overheard at the Black and Jewish Civil Rights bike tour, AVAM's Big Hope Show, and Middle River bowling alley.
We imagine what the Boys of Hampden calendar models would say to Tiger Beat.
Officer William Porter, whose first trial ended in a hung jury, will be retried in June.
The D.C. author talks about his latest book on Thurgood Marshall.
Managing editor Max Weiss previews the January issue of Baltimore magazine.
We talk to the host of WEAA’s “The Rise of Charm City”
Activists peacefully protest outside of courthouse and City Hall on Wednesday evening.
Police arresting protestors and emotions rising, as politicians urge demonstrators to keep the peace.
Judge declares mistrial; attorneys due in court tomorrow to discuss a retrial date.
What it’s like to be a first-time father—of twins!—at 61.
No timetable on deliberation as city plans for protests.
The Civil War ended long ago, but the battles rage on.
Twenty moments in the year that changed Baltimore.
Study reveals 33 building fires, 55 vehicle fires, and police response on April 27.
Porter says it’s ‘untrue’ he failed to protect Gray’s life while in custody.
Presidential candidate calls for investment in urban communities, not mass incarceration.
The Towson Circle fixture will see a bigger space and more parking in new location.
Baltimore public school instructor named state Teacher of the Year.
Prosecutors allege William Porter “criminally negligent” in ignoring Freddie Gray’s pleas for help.
Douglas Colbert discusses juror selection, the prosecution’s burden, and his faith in the jury process.
A small but vocal group of demonstrators expressed concern about criminal justice issues in Baltimore and elsewhere.
In honor of #GivingTuesday, we round up a handful of charitable events in the area.
Jury selection begins; courthouse demonstrations expected downtown.