Special teams fuels Ravens to last second win over Browns

Monday Night Football showcased yet another nail biter of a game by the Baltimore Ravens

First officer goes on trial in Freddie Gray death

The first of six city police officers went on trial Monday in a closely watched case involving a 25-year-old black prisoner who died after being shackled and placed without a seat belt in a Baltimore City police van.

8 dangerous HIV myths debunked by the experts

HIV/AIDS is one of the highest profile diseases of our times, but many of us are still ignorant about key aspects of the illness, how it works and how to live with it.

Baltimore commemorates World AIDS Day with citywide candlelight vigils

In Baltimore City, one in forty two people are HIV positive and the number continues to grow. Local, state and regional organizations want to change that trend and are campaigning for a “Getting to Zero” initiative— ZERO AIDS related deaths; ...

Red Cross urges winter blood and platelet donations

This holiday season, the American Red Cross urges individuals to give something that means something— a blood or platelet donation. This simple, potentially lifesaving act can give patients in need another holiday season with loved ones.

The Art of a People: Finding a Way Out of No Way

The Banneker-Douglass Museum opened its new temporary exhibition, The Art of a People: Finding a Way Out of No Way, on Saturday, November 14, 2015.

Baltimore prepares for World AIDS Day

Approximately 13,000 Baltimore City residents are living with HIV and the vast majority or 82 percent are African-Americans.

Freestate Academy prepares teens for GED, successful life

At the U.S. Army’s Aberdeen Proving Ground about 20 miles northeast of Baltimore, 107 teens are on the verge of earning their GED. The young men and women, who range in age from 16 to 18 years old, have experienced ...

Maryland woman named L’Oréal Paris Woman of Worth

As a mother, Schinnell Leake says she knows the importance of children having confidence and a sense of self-worth.

Howard divinity student helps children of incarcerated parents go to college

Yasmine Arrington primarily grew up in Washington, D.C. with a father in prison. She never let her experience prevent her from pursuing her dreams and making social change.

Christmas Village sails into Baltimore’s Inner Harbor for the 2015 Holiday Season

Christmas Village in Baltimore will again transform West Shore Park (501 Light Street) into a traditional, indoor and outdoor German Christmas Market, open between Thanksgiving, Thursday, November 26 and Sunday, December 27, 2015.

Morgan State University hosts health and hip hop conference

In an effort to increase awareness about HIV/AIDS among young Black men, a group disproportionately impacted by the epidemic, health-care providers and community stakeholders hosted the “Health and Hip Hop Conference” in October at the Morgan State University in Baltimore.

Baltimore City establishes drop boxes for unwanted prescription drugs

The Baltimore City Health Department, Behavioral Health System Baltimore, and the Baltimore Police Department today announced the establishment of nine new prescription return boxes— one at each Baltimore City police precinct station— to allow individuals to return any expired or ...

Maryland Legislative Black Caucus Weekend

Fall is the time of year when Baltimoreans learn what’s happening on the state level in Maryland at the annual Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland Weekend. This year the Caucus Weekend was held November 5 - 7 and the programs ...

Ravens defense faces dynamic Rams players with Baltimore ties

The St. Louis Rams boast one of the best running games in the NFL. They are averaging 130.9 yards rushing per game, which ranks them fifth in the NFL.