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1 dead, 1 injured in double shooting in southeast Baltimore
One man is dead and another is injured in a double shooting that occurred on Saturday morning in Southeast Baltimore, city police said. Baltimore City police said officers responded to a call for a shooting in the 400 block of N. Curley Street around 11 a.m. On arrival, police said they found two victims, a 38-year-old male and an unidentified male, both suffering from gunshot wounds.
Hundreds Without Power On Saturday Afternoon After Storms Rocked Maryland
As of 3 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 23, Baltimore Gas and Electric were still working to repair 150 active outages that were impacting 1,561 of the company's 1,341,812 customers. Outages still being reported, by county, according to BGE:. Anne Arundel: 624 customers affected;. Baltimore: 399;. Harford: 372;. Baltimore City: 98;
This Maryland Restaurant Offers the State's Finest Sunday Brunch Buffet with Stunning Scenic Views
Weekends are indeed a wonderful time for a relaxing meal, and many people love to gather with their families on Sundays for brunch buffets in Maryland. The state is home to numerous fantastic brunch restaurants, offering a wide range of delicious options to satisfy everyone's cravings.
WEATHER ALERT | Tropical Depression Ophelia continues to bring heavy downpours, gusting winds, and flood threat along waterfront into Sunday
BALTIMORE (WBFF) -- **Updated 6:00 p.m. September 23 ** — The center of Tropical Storm Ophelia has officially crossed north from North Carolina into Virginia, and continues bring drenching rains and gusty winds to Maryland. A Wind Advisory continues this evening for the I-95 Corridor, including Baltimore City, and...
BPD officer charged with misconduct and theft, suspended without pay
A Baltimore Police officer has been charged with misconduct in officer and theft for an incident that happened on Sept. 20, 2023.
Man walks into hospital with gunshot wound to leg, police say
BALTIMORE (WBFF) — A man walked into a local hospital after being shot in the leg Friday night in Baltimore according to police. Police say at approximately 11:57 p.m., officers were dispatched to an area hospital to investigate a walk-in shooting victim seeking treatment. Responding officers arrived at the...
These Baltimore, MD based puppies are the latest up for adoption and in need of a good home
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 Baltimore.
Weekly Safety Report: Barricade, Robbery, and Burglary reported in Parkville, Maryland
There were several incidents reported in Parkville, Maryland this week. These include a barricade situation on East Joppa Road, a robbery involving five suspects on McClean Boulevard, and a burglary on Belair Road in Overlea/Fullerton.
Man killed in shooting in East Baltimore Saturday morning
A man was shot and killed in the Ellwood Park-Monument neighborhood of East Baltimore Saturday morning. Officers responded to the 400 block of North Curley Street and found an unidentified victim with gunshot wounds, Baltimore Police said. Medics arrived and pronounced him dead at the scene. Another man, 38, was injured in the same shooting and taken to an area hospital with ...
Maryland's new criminal enterprise
The following is an editorial by Armstrong Williams. In our criminal justice system, we frequently confront the question of how severely we should punish children for criminal acts. Whenever any person advocates for leniency, they often point out that children's minds aren't fully developed, preventing them from fully understanding the consequences of their actions. Yet, as we’ve seen in Maryland, this leniency comes at a grave cost to the innocent, resulting in innocent bystanders being victims of petite and violent crimes.
Speeding driver on the Baltimore National Pike in Cantonsville, MD causes multi-car collision, slams into Baltimore Beltway underpass support column
Multiple factors came into play, causing a speeding driver to take out more than one car. Presumed Maryland resident and Redditor /u/Bjukes53 shared dashcam footage to the /r/IdiotsInCars subreddit showing the surprising moment a car speeding on the Baltimore National Pike (aka US 40) at night caused a multi-car collision.
Students at 40% of Baltimore high schools failed math proficiency exam: ‘Educational homicide’
Something doesn’t add up. None of the students at 40% of Baltimore’s public high schools tested proficient on the state math exam given this past spring — with a staggering three-quarters earning the lowest possible score, an alarming report revealed this week. At 13 of the school district’s 32 public high schools, 1,295 students of the 1,736 who took the exams scored a 1 out of 4, meaning they were nowhere close to proficiency, Fox 45 reported. “This is educational homicide,” Jason Rodriguez, deputy director of the Baltimore-based nonprofit People Empowered by the Struggle, told the outlet. The results were shockingly low even at...
Artscape Festival Resumes in Baltimore; Tropical Storm Ophelia Cancels Saturday's Festivities
The Artscape festival, a much-loved event in Baltimore, restarted on Friday after a long break. It featured a variety of artists and vendors eagerly waiting for the festivities.
Convicted Felon Evades Arrest While Racking Up Warrants in Baltimore
Larry Cooper, a 31-year-old convicted felon, has multiple active arrest warrants. He has eluded authorities for about two years. Cooper was discovered unconscious near a Towson, Maryland McDonald's in August 2021. During the arrest, law enforcement officers found drugs including crack cocaine, heroin, and small vials of potent fentanyl, known as 'trash cans.' This drug discovery is creating concerns in Baltimore, a city already facing high drug usage and overdose rates.
Young people 'carry firearms on a regular basis,' says Baltimore Schools police sergeant
BALTIMORE (WBFF) — In just the first few weeks of the school year, violence has touched schools across our region. “Our schools are a reflection of our communities. What’s going on in the communities will ultimately impact our schools,” said Baltimore City Schools Police Sergeant Clyde Boatwright.
Auto Theft Crisis Overburdens Baltimore City's Impound Facility
Baltimore City is struggling with a significant rate of car thefts. More than 7,700 vehicles have been stolen this year, a disturbing trend. Many of these end up in the city's impound facility, as visibly observed from local highways.
After Witness Fails to Appear, Prosecutor Dismisses Attempted Murder Charges
The prosecutor of an attempted murder case dropped all charges against a 45-year-old defendant after the victim did not show at trial. Eric Davis is charged with attempted first- and second-degree murder, first- and second-degree assault, firearm use in a felony violent crime, reckless endangerment, firearm possession with a felony conviction, illegal possession of ammunition and discharging a firearm in connection with a 2022 non-fatal shooting.
Historic Baltimore Estate Sells for Whopping $3.2 Million
A magnificent 4-story house near Baltimore, Maryland recently sold for an impressive $3,187,500 on September 20th. Located at 7309 Brightside Rd, Baltimore, MD, 21212, this stunning property boasts an array of remarkable features that make it truly one-of-a-kind.
Bay Bridge under wind restriction on Saturday afternoon, say officials
BALTIMORE (WBFF) — The Bay Bridge is now under wind restriction, according to the Maryland Transportation Authority. MTA says tractor trailers or house trailers under 64,000 pounds are not allowed to travel on the bridge. Current wind limitations on the Bay Bridge are in full effect, said officals.
One Day in September of 1861 by Paul Callahan
September 12, 1861, began with the entire front page of the New York Herald dominated by a map that meticulously detailed the advance positions of the Confederate army along the Potomac in preparation for an attack upon the Nation’s Capitol. The headline read – Over Three Hundred Thousand Armed Men – Scene of the Coming Decisive Conflict. The Nation’s North was not caught off guard by this development, as they had been reading about the rebel forces’ impending attacks for weeks.