Washington D.C. Man Sentenced to 90 Months for Double Shooting in Northeast D.C.News WaveNewsBreak Contributor
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1 dead, 2 injured after car flips off ramp on I-395 in Southwest DCUA ZEUSNewsBreak Contributor
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This City In Maryland Has The Highest Human Trafficking Rate In The State!
Baltimore, Maryland, a bustling metropolis nestled amidst the vibrant East Coast, bears a dark secret. Beneath its veneer of bustling commerce and cultural attractions lies a grim reality: Baltimore has the highest rate of human trafficking in the state. according to Al jazeera. This pervasive issue, rooted in a complex interplay of social, economic, and infrastructural factors, demands urgent attention and a concerted effort to dismantle the trafficking networks that exploit the city’s most vulnerable populations.
Discover the 5 Most Dangerous Neighborhoods in Glen Burnie, Maryland
Glen Burnie, located in the suburbs of Baltimore, Maryland, boasts a population of approximately 73,000 residents. Recognized for its shopping centers, parks, and historic landmarks, Glen Burnie is a multifaceted area. However, not all sections of Glen Burnie offer a secure and serene environment. Certain neighborhoods exhibit elevated rates of...
Woman Also Facing Charges During Fight With Man in Annapolis
ANNAPOLIS, MD — The Annapolis Police Department reported an aggravated assault incident that occurred in the 700 block of Newtowne Drive on November 30. Officers responded to the scene at…
Maryland has only 1 town where residents feel safe enough to keep doors unlocked at night
A new study has revealed Bowie is the only town in Maryland where residents feel safe enough to leave doors unlocked at night. Grandparents often talk about an era in which homes would be left unlocked at night, unconcerned about any threats to their security. Times have certainly changed, and...
The Escalating Ghost Gun Crisis Highlighted by Annapolis Arrest
On December 3, Annapolis resident Justin Arrlen Rebstock, a 24-year-old with a prior criminal record, was apprehended by local authorities following a public disturbance that involved a firearm. The incident, which occurred near Forest Drive at approximately 1:30 p.m., saw Rebstock allegedly brandishing a handgun at a vehicle. Police later located him in an Outback Steakhouse bathroom, finding a concealed knife and two firearms in his possession – a Glock replica BB-gun and an unloaded 'ghost gun' – both of which are highly controversial due to their unregistered status and the ease with which they can be obtained.
Pasadena, MD House Sells for Impressive $1.21M
A stunning 3-story house near Pasadena, Maryland recently sold for an impressive $1,210,000 on December 4th. Located at 8372 Beachwood Park Rd, Pasadena, MD, 21122, this property offers an ideal waterfront setting on The Magothy River in the Beachwood Forest community.
MD annapolis's Most Loveable Puppies Eagerly Awaits Forever Homes Today!
Interested in adding a furry friend to your family? Even if you're just keen on viewing some of the cute critters available for adoption nearby, there are ample pets waiting for their forever homes in animal shelters throughout and around annapolis.
Kayaker Couldn’t Believe What Injured Animal Was Staring At Him From The Reeds
When a kayaker was traveling down the South River, in Anne Arundel County, Maryland, he saw something staring back at him from the reeds that lined the water. He never imagined that it would be this animal. Injured Animal. During the same day, a local bird rescuer by the name...
A Meteorologist's Analysis of Snowfall Trends in Maryland
Join meteorologist Tony Pann as he discusses Maryland's snowiest months. Learn about the snowfall trends in December over the past few years, and find out why January and February typically see the most snow. Get insights into Baltimore's biggest snow season ever.
Man charged with attempted murder after stabbing 70-year-old woman in South Baltimore
BALTIMORE, MD (WBFF) — Police say a man ahs been charged with attempted murder after an elderly woman was stabbed in South Baltimore. On Nov. 27, 2023, at 10:06AM, officers responded to a home on Otterbein Street in order to investigate a call for an aggravated assault by cutting.
Local Maryland Restaurant Gains National Recognition, Named Among Top New Establishments in the US
Maryland Culinary Excellence Takes Center Stage with Recognition in the Best New Restaurants of 2023. A new restaurant in Baltimore, Maryland, has earned a spot on the inaugural list of Best New Restaurants published by Yelp.
Maryland man sentenced to life in prison for contract killings
(WBRE/WYOU) — The United States Attorney`s Office for the Middle District of Pennsylvania announced that Johnny Jenkins-Armstrong, 26, of Baltimore, Maryland, was sentenced on December 4, to life imprisonment for his role in the June 25, 2016 murders of three individuals in Franklin County, one of whom was cooperating with state and federal drug investigators. […]
Disabled Baltimore man fights for family home after it was sold over unpaid property taxes
BALTIMORE - A disabled Baltimore man is fighting for his family home after it was sold over unpaid property taxes.Now, a legal battle is playing out to reclaim the house inherited from his father.Tony Smothers is begging for help as he tries to keep the only home his family has ever known.Baltimore City sold off the house to a company in Philadelphia for $12,000 of unpaid taxes in May of 2021," attorney Thiru Vignarajah said.Surrounded by Smothers' neighbors on West Barre Street, Vignarajah declaredg a legal challenge to the city's tax sale system."Here we are some 50 years later, Tony...
Man arrested in connection with shooting, escape at Eastern Shore Hospital Center
CAMBRIDGE — A Glen Burnie man was arrested Tuesday in connection with a shooting that allowed a patient to escape from the Eastern Shore Hospital Center via a broken window in August.
Man found dead in median along Route 40
Police were called to the 1100 block of West Mulberry Street just after 3:30pm on December 3rd in West Baltimore.
FBI to exhume body of Baltimore woman, case featured on Netflix’s ‘The Keepers’
The FBI is scheduled to exhume the body of a Baltimore woman whose killing was featured on a Netflix documentary. Someone killed Joyce Malecki 54 years ago when she was just 20 years old. Her body was found in a wooded area near Fort Meade, stabbed, strangled and left in a stream.
Parents and teen indicted for connection to Carver High triple shooting
A teen and his parents have been indicted for their alleged role in the triple shooting outside of Carver Vo-Tech High School.
Death of Freddie Gray: 5 Things You Didn’t Know
ON APRIL 12TH, 2015, a 25-year-old black man from the west side of Baltimore named Freddie Gray was arrested for possession of a “switchblade,” put inside a Baltimore Police Department (BPD) transport van, and then, 45 minutes later, was found unconscious and not breathing, his spinal cord nearly severed. Following a seven-day coma, Gray died on April 19th; his untimely death and citizen video of his arrest, which showed Gray screaming in pain, prompted both the peaceful protests and headline-grabbing riots. The subsequent two-week police investigation ultimately concluded that Gray’s injury happened sometime during the van’s route – over six stops, with two prisoner checks, and another passenger pick-up.
Baltimore restaurant makes Yelp's Best New Restaurants list
Yelp named a Syrian and Levantine restaurant in Baltimore as one of the best new restaurants in the country this year. Ammoora in the Ritz-Carlton Residences in the Federal Hill neighborhood made the inaugural list of 25 "trendy" and recently opened restaurants by the business review website and app. Yelp announced its latest list, which includes restaurants from coast to coast, on Tuesday.
Maryland Fleet Week & Flyover Baltimore will return in 2024, from June 12 to 18
Maryland Fleet Week & Flyover Baltimore, a free weeklong festival with events in Baltimore City and Baltimore County, will return June 12 to 18, 2024. Last held in 2022, the event celebrates the maritime traditions of the Chesapeake Bay and the contributions of Marylanders to the nation’s defense. Activities include ship tours, aviation demonstrations, festivals, musical performances and educational offerings in four locations: Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, North Locust Point, Fells Point, and Martin State Airport in Baltimore County.