Baltimore

More trouble for former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh. Federal prosecutors have charged her with 11 counts of fraud, tax evasion and conspiracy. They said she was involved in a corrupt scheme involving her sales of a self-published children’s book series. The grand jury indictment was made public Wednesday. In it, prosecutors allege Pugh defrauded area […]

A federal grand jury has indicted Baltimore rapper “Chad Focus” of Randallstown on conspiracy, wire fraud, and identity theft charges for using his employers credit card to make over $4.1 million in unauthorized purchases. According to the indictment, 31-year-old Chad Arrington was working as Search Engine Optimization Specialist from around 2011 to August 2018. Arrington […]

Maryland’s Carroll County school officials temporarily suspended field trips to Baltimore, citing increasing violence in the city.

Civil rights activists fear the outcome of a DOJ probe into Freddie Gray’s case under the Trump administration.

A Baltimore teacher, who is White, said that Wells Fargo rejected her bank card designed with the words "Black Lives Matter" and an image of a raised fist. She added that a customer service rep said the company didn't want to be associated with any "antisocial and offensive" organizations.

A Howard County high school teacher who was placed on administrative leave comes back after administrators investigate offensive lesson.

Baltimore Major Richard Gibson tried to save the life of a 1-month-old baby girl during a police protest over the weekend, but unfortunately, he failed.

The boycott is calling for people across the country to avoid making purchases at large retail chains.

The unnamed Harlem Park Elementary School instructor was given the pink slip for using inflammatory language when trying to get control of her class.

Baltimore fifth grade teacher Kelly Forostiak referred to her mostly Black students as "a8%holes" and ironically still has her job.

Baltimore's mayor is asking the state for $30 million to pay for police reforms. Some of the spending would go toward an early warning system to identify patterns of police misconduct.

A lawsuit accuses 13 St. Louis suburbs of extorting poor Black residents. Attorneys say they're operating debtor's prisons.