The Baltimore City Council wants to make it illegal for landlords to discriminate against potential Section 8 tenants. Section 8 tenants say a law would make it easier for people to find housing and would increase the number of neighborhoods where low-income people can live. City Councilman Ryan Dorsey introduced the bill on Monday along […]

Baltimore Police are investigating who hung a noose at Patterson Park in Southeast Baltimore. According to WBAL-TV 11, police were called Sunday morning for a noose hanging from a tree in Patterson Park, near the Pagoda in the 2300 block of East Baltimore Street. No new details have been released.     “QCREW” to 24042 […]

The Baltimore City State’s Attorney’s Office is asking the medical examiner’s office not to make any changes to the ruling on the cause of death of homicide Det. Sean Suiter. According to WBALTV-11, the City States Attorney’s Office is citing lingering questions about DNA evidence. A retired homicide detective who played a key role in […]

The Maryland SPCA is waiving adoption fees for all pets with black fur on Black Friday, according to WJZ. Fees will be waived at the Maryland SPCA at 3300 Falls Road in Baltimore. A $25 Pet ID Package is still required and standard adoption procedures apply.   “QCREW” to 24042 to join our text club! […]

Baltimore Executive chef and restaurant owner, David K. Thomas was the big $10k winner on the tv cooking show “Chopped.” Thomas is Executive chef/owner of Ida B’s, a popular southern & soul-food restaurant on Holliday Street in downtown Baltimore. According to WBALTV11, the winning dishes were a butternut squash soup mac & cheese with malabar […]

Baltimore Police say a 5-year-old girl was injured in a shooting Monday evening in West Baltimore and remains serious but stable condition. The 5-year-old was shot in Sandtown-Winchester on the 1000 block of McKean Ave at around 6pm. She was caught in the crossfire between suspects in an unidentified vehicle and on foot, according to […]

Howard County Police are investigating who placed 40 KKK flyers containing hate in the Ellicott City. The flyers were found along the side of a road on Saturday night and do not appear to target any person, vehicle, home or business, according to Howard County Police. Howard County Executive Allan Kittleman released a statement , […]

The Baltimore City Department Of Transportation will start the replacement of the Harford Road Bridge in Northeast Baltimore on November 19th, if weather permits. It will take three years and 18.9 million to replace the 100 year-old bridge. During construction of the new Harford Road Bridge traffic will be closed to vehicle and foot traffic […]

We set a midterm election voting record in Maryland this year with 2.1 milion people casting ballots. Surpassing 2010’s midterm record of nearly 1.9 million voters. Maryland’s growing population and voting base continues to increase. In fact, Republican Gov. Larry Hogan and Democratic challenger Ben Jealous put up a historically large number of votes in […]

The Baltimore County Council passed a resolution Monday night asking White Marsh Mall to put a curfew policy for anyone under the age of 18. This comes after a group of teens got into a big fight at the mall in August. White Marsh Mall’s general manager said, at this time, they do not plan […]