Another homeless woman found dead. Advocates work to find solutions.The News BlastNewsBreak Contributor
Tragic Morning in Northeast Baltimore: Woman Shot While Fleeing Armed SuspectBlogging With BobbiNewsBreak Contributor
25-year-old Ashley Boles was last seen on August 28, 2020, in Maryland after leaving the hospitalAda E.NewsBreak Contributor
Tragedy Strikes: Double Shooting in Northwest Baltimore Leaves One DeadBlogging With BobbiNewsBreak Contributor
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Security guard charged with murdering child's mother in Towson
Asial Lilly, 23, was discovered shot to death inside a running car that had crashed outside an apartment complex near English Oak Road.
Weather Talk: Time changes when we 'spring forward'
Get ready to 'spring forward' as Daylight Saving Time approaches, signaling the near arrival of spring! In less than three weeks, we'll adjust our clocks, losing an hour of sleep but gaining longer evenings. Tune in for the upcoming debate on time changes and a glimpse of warmer days ahead.
Police say speed a factor in crash that left child, woman dead on Belair Road
It happened in the 3500 block of Belair Road. A second child and two other adults were also hospitalized, some of which had to be extricated, according to the fire department.
‘A really bad ten minutes’: Report of domestic violence brings no charges for Ravens’ Zay Flowers
Baltimore County Police have closed without charges an investigation into an incident of alleged domestic violence last month involving Ravens wide receiver Zay Flowers. A woman showed up to the Acton Police Department in Massachusetts last month to report a “violent domestic incident” involving an NFL player in Owings Mills. She told police that the […] The post ‘A really bad ten minutes’: Report of domestic violence brings no charges for Ravens’ Zay Flowers appeared first on 92 Q.
Man wanted in deadly shooting at an Edgewood restaurant arrested in Philadelphia
A man was shot and killed at a Tiki Bar in Edgewood. The man police say pulled the trigger was arrested in Philadelphia.
Four free concerts coming to Baltimore this Summer
WTMD's First Thursday Concert Series returns to Canton Waterfront Park this Summer. The largest free outdoor concert series in the region features a mix of both nationally touring and local artists.
Humane Society of Harford County calls for help as intakes 'overwhelm' shelter
BALTIMORE -- The Humane Society of Harford County said its shelter is overwhelmed after taking in dozens of dogs last week and is calling for adoptions and fosters to make room for new arrivals. Of the 34 dogs taken in last week, the organization said 17 were seized Thursday by Harford County Animal Control as part of an investigation. The 17 dogs may be with the shelter for months. "We were already close to capacity last week when we got the call that almost two dozen dogs would be brought to us the following day," Bob Citrullo, the organization's executive director, said...
Maryland Lottery event reveals winner of Ravens "Seats for 20 Years"
Thomas Humphries was announced as the winner of the "Seats for 20 Years" at the Maryland Lottery event on Wednesday in Owings Mills. Humphries was one of six players selected from more than 824,000 entries for the "Seats for 20 Years" which gives him a pair of club-level seats to every Baltimore Ravens home game for the next 20 years.
Woman shot dead in Hillendale, suspect arrested
HILLENDALE, MD—Homicide detectives with the Baltimore County Police Department have arrested a suspect after a 23-year-old woman was shot dead in Hillendale over the weekend. Cameron Murel, 24, has been arrested in connection with the fatal shooting of 23-year-old Asia Lilly that occurred on Saturday. At around 5:30 a.m....
Embark on a Culinary Journey: Dundalk's 3 Italian Restaurants Worth Your Attention
This article presents three exquisite Italian restaurants located in Dundalk. Have you had the chance to dine at any of these establishments? If you have, we'd love to hear about your experiences. Please share your thoughts in the comments below!
Person barricaded in residence after shooting man in Belair-Parkside, police said
(WBFF) — A person is barricaded inside a residence on the 4200 block of Sheldon Ave. after shooting a man just after 4 p.m. on Wednesday, Baltimore Police said. When officers arrived they found a 41-year-old man suffering from an apparent gunshot wound to the upper body, according to police.
Another homeless woman found dead. Advocates work to find solutions.
Baltimore-Homeless advocates across the country say they are working to find meaningful solutions for elderly and mentaly ill persons living in woods and in many cases wherever they can.
BCPD officers indicted on multiple charges
After the alleged mistreatment of a handcuffed man, a Baltimore County police officer is now facing an indictment for second-degree assault, reckless endangerment, excessive force and misconduct in office, announced Baltimore City State’s Attorney Ivan Bates on Feb. 20. Cpl. Zachary Small, 51, was involved in an encounter with a suspect who escaped police custody while receiving hospital treatment at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore City in September 2023. Small was originally accused of excessive force when he pepper sprayed the handcuffed man and closed...
Baltimore City finalizes hotel purchases for homeless, leaders explain plan
Baltimore City's spending board has approved a more than $18 million deal to buy two hotels. The money for the hotels will come from the city's federal COVID-19 relief funds. The buildings will be used to house more than 100 city residents experiencing homelessness. Some of the rooms were already...
Suspects lead police on car chase through Baltimore City, Anne Arundel and Baltimore Counties
Baltimore County police joined other law enforcement agencies Tuesday afternoon in pursuing a stolen vehicle through Baltimore City and Anne Arundel County for over an hour. Reportedly, four juveniles were in the stolen car after fleeing the Arbutus area of a shooting. The car chase took them along I97 and...
BARCS to launch pilot field trip program
With the animal shelter reaching capacity on dogs, BARCS is launching a program to allow people to take canines on field trips for a day to try to boost adoptions and fosters.
Ghost gun manufacturer agrees to stop sales to Maryland residents
BALTIMORE (AP) — A leading manufacturer of ghost guns has agreed to stop selling its untraceable, unassembled firearms to Maryland residents under a settlement agreement announced Wednesday by the city of Baltimore. City leaders sued the company, Nevada-based Polymer80, two years ago “in response to the rapid escalation of...
Puppies in Need: Could Your Home Be Their New Home in Bel Air, MD?
Interested in adopting a pet — or just looking at some adorable pets near you up for adoption? There are dozens of endearing pets up for adoption at animal shelters in and around bel air..
Baltimore County Commission for Women seeks nominees for 42nd Annual Women of the Year Awards
TOWSON — The Baltimore County Commission for Women is seeking nominations for its 42nd annual Women of the Year Awards honoring women for their outstanding contributions to the community. Nominations are open until 4 p.m. on Monday, April 1. Each year, the Baltimore County Commission for Women accepts nominations for “Woman of the Year,” “Young Woman of the Year,” and “Woman Making a Difference” awards. ...
Man seen trying to enter apartment doors arrested, charged
A man caught on video trying apartment door handles with what appeared to be a syringe in hand has been arrested. Residents of the Porter Brewers Hill saw the man on doorbell camera video several times since Feb. 1 trying to open people's apartment unit doors. In one video, he...