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Feds Target Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby, City Council President Nick Mosby

A federal criminal investigation targeting Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby and her husband City Council President Nick Mosby. A source confirms multiple subpoenas have been served in this wide-ranging investigation. The federal criminal probe is sparking responses from community activists who are calling Baltimore “plagued.” According to sources, federal prosecutors have subpoenaed Marilyn Mosby’s campaign, […]

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Baltimore Mayor Scott delivered first State of the City address

Baltimore City Mayor Brandon Scott delivered his first State of the City Address Thursday night. The virtual address did not have a live audience. Baltimore City Council President Nick J. Mosby gave opening remarks and introduced Mayor Scott. He talked about his first 100 days in office, COVID-19 pandemic and much more The mayor has […]

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13 confirmed positive COVID-19 tests in Baltimore City Public Schools last week

On Monday, Baltimore City Public Schools released information on their weekly testing that was implemented as students return to in-person learning.  They stated that last week, 253 pooled tests were conducted on 3,290 people, and 13 positive results were reported back. “This does not mean every student in a pod has COVID-19,” reads the statement. “Rather, […]

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Baltimore restaurants to resume limited in-person dining on Friday

Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott has announced the lifting of some dining restrictions in Baltimore City. Scott said that beginning Friday at 6 a.m., restaurants will be able to host a 50% capacity for outdoor dining and 25% capacity for indoor dining with a one-hour limit per party. “The reopening of outdoor dining and limited indoor dining comes with […]

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Ravens beat the Titans to capture the first win of the Wild Card Round

Lamar Jackson finally has his first postseason victory, and coming away from Baltimore makes it even more impressive. Jackson ran for 136 yards and a 48-yard touchdown while throwing for 179 more as the Ravens rallied from 10 points down and beat the Tennessee Titans 20-13 Sunday in their AFC wild-card game. Baltimore also shut […]

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Girl, 10, suffers injury after 2 groups shot at each other in Baltimore

A 10-year-old girl suffered a head injury after a group of dirt bikers and another group of people began shooting at each other in southwest Baltimore. City police said officers were called around 7:13 p.m. Saturday to the 4100 block of Frederick Avenue to investigate a reported shooting. Police said a group of males riding […]

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Mayor Scott addresses new COVID-19 restrictions for Baltimore

Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott spoke with Bryan Nehman and Yuprizy Morgan on Thursday morning to address his newly announced coronavirus restrictions. One of the major restrictions Scott announced is the closing of indoor and outdoor dining starting Friday at 5 p.m. “We are in an emergency situation, we’re under emergency orders, so this is what […]

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Days before inauguration, Brandon Scott self-isolates after possible Coronavirus exposure

Days before his inauguration, Baltimore Mayor-elect Brandon M. Scott is self-quarantining after a potential COVID-19 exposure. Scott, currently the City Council president, was notified of the exposure last Saturday. He is set to be sworn in next Tuesday, Dec. 8. “Since Saturday, I have tested negative for COVID-19 twice, and tested negative on three separate […]

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Torrey Smith to re-open West Baltimore’s Hilton Rec Center

Torrey Smith and his wife, Chanel, are partnering with Baltimore City Recreation and Parks to help run and build programming at Hilton Rec Center. On Tuesday, the couple released a video talking about the plan, revealing that it has been in the works for over a year now. The Hilton Rec Center, located in West […]

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Marilyn Mosby to staff: ‘Pay special attention to alleged crimes that occur in the context of the election’

State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby sent a memo to her staff saying they need to be prepared in case of any violence and arrests in and around election day in Baltimore. Mosby said she wants staff to be vigilant and ensure that such cases receive a quote forceful response from our office. “Like many across the […]

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Ravens holding lottery for season-ticket holders to possibly attend Steelers game

The Baltimore Ravens are holding a lottery in preparation for season-ticket holders to get tickets to attend the Nov. 1 Steelers game, if officials say spectators will be allowed. This comes days after the governor issued an order allowing Maryland sports stadiums and outdoor venues to host spectators with a limit of 10% capacity. This would amount […]

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Baltimore County Police Seek Woman Who Allegedly Tried to Run Over Detective

After making one arrest after Tuesday’s incident in downtown Baltimore, Baltimore County police are looking for a woman who they say rammed her car into the back of a police vehicle and tried to run over a detective. Tiara Kianna Baker, 22, of the 200 block of North Kenwood Avenue is wanted on multiple charges […]

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