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1 Killed In Fourth Of July Shooting In Southeast Baltimore, Police Say

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — One person was killed in a Fourth of July shooting that unfolded in southeast Baltimore, Baltimore Police said Monday. Officers were on patrol near North Glover Street shortly after 3 a.m. when they heard gunfire coming from the 400 block of North Montford Avenue, police said. Upon arrival at the scene, officers found an unidentified male shot multiple times in the upper body, police said. He was taken to a hospital but did not survive. No information about a possible suspect or motive was immediately released. Anyone with information about this case is asked to call homicide detectives at 410-396-2100 or Metro Crime Stoppers at 1-866-7LOCKUP.
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Mancini takes a beating and keeps on playing

MINNEAPOLIS – Trey Mancini stayed in the Orioles lineup this afternoon after Sonny Gray drilled him on the right elbow yesterday with a 92 mph sinker in the fourth inning to load the bases. The Orioles didn’t score, which also hurt. “The ulnar nerve, I think it’s called....

3 women shot in East Baltimore late Saturday night

BALTIMORE (WBFF) — Baltimore City Police are investigating a shooting that happened in East Baltimore. Saturday night before midnight, officers found three women in the 2600 block of Mura Street ranging in age from 39 to 60- years-old suffering from wounds to their extremities. All three victims were transported...

Maryland Man Gets Life In Prison For Home Invasion Robbery, Police Shootout

A Maryland man was sentenced to life in prison for his role in a home invasion robbery and a subsequent police shootout in 2020, authorities announced. Andre Smith and Stephen Warren, who was sentenced to 90 years behind bars, broke into a home on the 1300 block of Capital View Terrace in Landover in August 2020, and threatened a mother and her daughter, Prince George's County Police said.

Road rage shooting reported in Harbor Tunnel, police seek to identify vehicles

BALTIMORE, MD—Maryland Transportation Authority Police are investigating a suspected shooting that occurred on Friday afternoon in Baltimore City. At 3:33 p.m., the MDTA Police received calls for a possible road rage incident between the drivers of a black Honda sedan and a blue Chrysler sedan in the northbound lanes of the Baltimore Harbor Tunnel (I-895). A preliminary investigation suggests that … Continue reading "Road rage shooting reported in Harbor Tunnel, police seek to identify vehicles" The post Road rage shooting reported in Harbor Tunnel, police seek to identify vehicles appeared first on Nottingham MD.

19-Year-Old Man Shot In Baltimore’s Upton Neighborhood Saturday, Police Say

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Homicide detectives are investigating a shooting that injured a 19-year-old man in Baltimore’s Upton neighborhood on Saturday, according to authorities. Someone shot the man in the 1500 block of Argyle Avenue around 3:25 p.m., police said. Officers who responded to the shooting noticed that he had been shot multiple times, according to authorities. An ambulance took the man to a local hospital so that he could receive treatment for his injuries, police said. Anyone with information on this shooting should contact homicide detectives at 410-396-2100. Anonymous tipsters can call the Metro Crime Stoppers tip line at 1-866-7LOCKUP. 

Baltimore’s ‘Catastrophic Failures’ at Wastewater Treatment Have Triggered a State Takeover, a Federal Lawsuit and Citizen Outrage

Sara Bundy, her husband and 12-year-old son moved to Sparrows Point near the Back River in Baltimore County four years ago for the allure of a waterfront home. “We are a boating family. We love to fish and kayak and our lives are very much based around water,” said Bundy, 43, who owns a dog walking and pet sitting business. “So, when we came across this waterfront home, it was perfect for us.”

Multiple vehicles trapped in floodwaters in White Marsh

UPDATE: Additional vehicles are stuck on Route 40 at Jones Road and also in Joppa. Original story below… ——— NOTTINGHAM, MD—Multiple vehicles are trapped in floodwaters in the White Marsh area. At just after 9 p.m., the Kingsville Volunteer Fire Company reported that multiple vehicles had become stuck in the area of Honeygo Boulevard at Mercantile Road. Units are on … Continue reading "Multiple vehicles trapped in floodwaters in White Marsh" The post Multiple vehicles trapped in floodwaters in White Marsh appeared first on Nottingham MD.

Taking a look at some impressive pitching stats

When you get pitching like the Orioles did in Minnesota – and have been getting for the most part since mid-June – you are going to have a chance to win some baseball games. The O’s allowed three runs Friday and lost, and four on Saturday and lost....

Man struck by gunfire near downtown Baltimore

BALTIMORE (WBFF) — An off-duty officer witnesses a suspect shoot at a 52-year-old man near the area of downtown Baltimore. At around 6:45 p.m., an off-duty BPD officer was driving in the area of the 600 block of North Eutaw Place, when the officer saw a suspect shoot at a victim.

Billy Strings Debuts ‘Streets Of Baltimore’ Cover In Baltimore

Billy Strings continued a long-standing trend of performing geographically-appropriate songs by debuting a cover of Bobby Bare’s “The Streets Of Baltimore” on Saturday in Baltimore. Strings’ latest addition to his ever-growing live repertoire came in the middle of his second set at Pier Six Pavilion. The...

Baltimore Ravens’ Jaylon Ferguson Died From A Combination Of Fentanyl and Cocaine, Per Baltimore Medical Examiner

A heartbreaking discovery. Baltimore Ravens linebacker Jaylon Ferguson's cause of death has been revealed less than two weeks after authorities found him unresponsive. The 26-year-old football player's death was the result of "the combined effects of fentanyl and cocaine," a spokesperson for the Baltimore Medical Examiner said in a statement, per E! News. Ferguson's death […]

Inner Harbor Hotels Prepare For Fourth Of July Festivities

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The fireworks are back at Baltimore’s Inner Harbor for the first time since the pandemic began.  Restaurants, bars, and hotels are preparing for a very busy day.  The Sagamore Pendry in Fells Point is throwing a pool party.  “We’re going to do a dayside barbecue with a pool DJ and probably one of the best views we think to watch the fireworks here in Baltimore city,” Sagamore Pendry Baltimore General Manager Juan Webster said.  There will be a special menu, as well as the hotel’s staples, including lobster rolls, smash burgers, and delicious frozen cocktails.  “(We are) highlight(ing) some local flavors and...