Baltimore police investigating two homicides
Baltimore City police are investigating a pair of homicides that occurred within the last 24 hours.
Baltimore jury awards $2M in lead paint case
A Baltimore jury has awarded $2 million to a 17-year-old who suffered permanent brain damage after he was exposed to lead paint as a baby.
Body camera bill introduced by City Council
Baltimore City Council introduced legislation Monday night to add body cameras to the uniforms of Baltimore City Police Officers.
2 dead in west Baltimore shooting
Two men are dead after a double shooting in west Baltimore late Sunday night.
Lead poisoning remains a concern for Md. kids
Hundreds of children in Maryland are diagnosed with lead poisoning each year. Thousands more are exposed.
WWII vet, 90, calls VA wait times 'unbearable'
WWII veteran says he visited the Emergency Room within the VA multiple times, waiting hours during each visit.
State agency investigates deck refacing company
A D.C. based deck resurfacing company promises like-new decks, but customers say otherwise.
Customers say deck company did not finish work
The Maryland Home Improvement Commission says Deck Daddy isn't licensed in Maryland.