Many Marylanders early voted making it a record-breaking turnout and bringing in the highest number of early voters for a governor’s race. More than 100,000 people hit the polls just Thursday alone, bringing the number of early voters to more than 665,000 for the eight-day stretch. Your next chance to vote is on Election Day […]

Baltimore City Police are investigating the shooting death of a 13-year-old boy, who was found laying in the street at Hollins Ferry Road and Patapsco Avenue Police say they were flagged down about someone laying in the street just before 9:30pm on Halloween. The teen was taken to Shock Trauma Center where he was pronounced […]

Baltimore City Councilman Bill Henry wants gas stations to be required to have permits to operate after 12 am. The Councilman introduced the plan Monday to help curb crime. Henry says some business owners are turning a blind eye on crime and disorder. He also says police say they are struggling to apply existing licensing […]

The Mayor wants to develop a $2 million program to get ‘squeegee kids’ off Baltimore street corners. “Earn while you Learn” will be a year-round program for 100 children. The program will pay children a stipend while receiving financial literacy training, as well as lessons in how to develop a run a business. “My goal […]

Gov. Hogan awards $12 million to Baltimore City for crime fighting. The funding will be used for a new program to curb violence, development of a new state-of-the-art computer system within Baltimore’s nine districts, and to pay the salaries of 75 police officers whose main job will be community policing. Dre’s #breakfastbite.. Gov. Hogan gives […]

Montgomery County Police are investigating a carjacking and armed robbery of a Uber driver in Potomac, Maryland on Sunday. County police say a 30-year-old Uber driver was picked up four men via the company’s app. Shortly after starting the fare, the suspects requested that the driver pull over because they wanted to change their destination. […]

Baltimore’s 18th Running Festival had over 23,000 people participate on Saturday. Taking the win for men is Jeffrey Redfern, 35, of Washington with a finishing time of 2:30:26. The 2018 top female is Julia Roman-Duval, 36, of Columbia, Maryland with a finishing time of 2:47:42. People from all 50 states and 17 different countries participated. […]

The Morgan State Band will perform in the 2019 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. This is the first time they are representing Maryland in the parade. Morgan’s band is one of nine marching. Congrats Morgan! Want news at your fingertips? Text “QCREW” to 24042 to join our text club! ALSO TRENDING: Third Bear Hit On Maryland […]

City Police are looking into an incident in which a “squeegee boy” at a downtown Baltimore intersection allegedly smashed a driver’s rear window. The driver was at Hamburg and Russell streets when he refused a windshield wash from a male washer, who then smashed his back window, according to WBAL TV. Baltimore police spokesman T.J. […]

Sexually transmitted diseases in Maryland is growing fast and many people might not even know they are infected. The spread of syphilis, gonorrhea and chlamydia are of concern to doctors, who say they are treating many more cases. This rise in STDs is happening across the state and not just in Baltimore, which has a […]