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Eyes of the Law

In new book, former undercover cop Jim Cabezas details his career fighting corruption and blindness.

News & Community

Coming Clean

Baltimore’s “squeegee kids” have been a source of hot debate and off-and-on concern for decades.

The Chatter

City Hall Among 130 U.S. Landmarks to Light Up For Cancer Research

On September 7, City Hall’s dome will illuminate to support Stand Up To Cancer.

The Chatter

Police Have Delivered Freddie Gray Results to City State’s Attorney

Little new information likely released publicly; City leaders ask for patience.

The Chatter

​Rawlings-Blake Still Has More Questions Than Answers about Freddie Gray's Death

'I still want to know why none of the officers called for immediate medical assistance.'

News & Community

Overheard at Joppa Market Place, Red Emma’s Bookstore Coffeehouse, and War Memorial Building

Firsthand Accounts of What's Happening in Baltimore

The Chatter

Powerful essay on recent crime

As violent crime in Southeast Baltimore rises, one resident speaks out.

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Developers Hope to Unveil Greektown’s Yard 56 by 2020: The mixed-use project will be anchored by Streets Market and LA Fitness.

Oletha DeVane Showcases Sculptural Works in 'Traces of Spirit' at the BMA: Local multidisciplinary artist explores religion, nature, and humanity in exhibit on view through October 20.

Severe Flooding Plagues Neighborhoods Surrounding the Inner Harbor: Stark images of Harbor East and Fells Point arise on social media as area reckons with heavy rainfall.

Relics of Baltimore's Forgotten Punk Scene Showcased in New Metro Gallery Exhibit: Celebrated Summer Records owner Tony Pence curates fliers, photos, and music from 1977 to 1989.

What is the Likelihood of President Trump Coming to Baltimore?: With a House Republican conference and an invitation from Elijah Cummings, a presidential visit might be imminent.