Archive for 'Baltimore'

Once the Capital of Boring Food, Washington Evolves to Culinary Cutting Edge

Once the Capital of Boring Food, Washington Evolves to Culinary Cutting Edge

It's not just half-smokes and mumbo sauce anymore

Growing Number of Maryland High School Students Earning College Course Credit

Growing Number of Maryland High School Students Earning College Course Credit

More high school students in Maryland are earning college credit through Dual Enrollment courses within their high schools and local community colleges.

Ride-hailing Services Raise Questions About Safety

Ride-hailing Services Raise Questions About Safety

After a Michigan Uber driver's deadly killing spree in February, local incidents, less severe incidents shine a light on how confusing the ride-booking industry is.

Freddie Gray’s Death, Ensuing Unrest, Spark Legislative Agenda

Freddie Gray’s Death, Ensuing Unrest, Spark Legislative Agenda

Gray's death and the civil unrest that followed brought a spotlight to issues that Baltimore has faced for years.

‘A Thankless Job’

‘A Thankless Job’

Baltimore Animal Control officers spend their days helping a city full of dogs, cats and other critters. When animals need help, officers are there.

ANIMAL CRUELTY: FBI tracking abuse cases

ANIMAL CRUELTY: FBI tracking abuse cases

After years of proven studies, the FBI announced this year they are tracking animal abuse cases because of its link to other crimes.

Maryland’s onetime mental hospitals cost the state millions of dollars annually

Maryland’s onetime mental hospitals cost the state millions of dollars annually

Maryland has spent around $27 million in the past decade on buildings that are mostly vacant.

In Football Recruiting Sweepstakes, Maryland Has Fallen Short

In Football Recruiting Sweepstakes, Maryland Has Fallen Short

Other states' powerhouses picking off local talent

Talk of Restrictions Watched Closely in Trade-Busy Maryland

Talk of Restrictions Watched Closely in Trade-Busy Maryland

State and Port of Baltimore benefit heavily from international trade.

Income Inequality Resonates as an Issue Among Democratic Voters

Income Inequality Resonates as an Issue Among Democratic Voters

With one of the richest counties in the country and one of the poorest cities, Marylanders stand to be affected by presidential candidates' plans for minimum wages, funding, and economic opportunities.