'SNL' takes on Baltimore, Mayweather-Pacquiao fight, new 'Avengers' movie

"Saturday Night Live" returned this weekend after several weeks off, with Scarlett Johansson as host and musical guest Alabama Shakes.

National Guard plans exit from Baltimore

Things could be returning to normal in Baltimore: The city has lifted its curfew, the National Guard is preparing its exit and a mall that had been a flashpoint in the riots has been reopened.

United Way Forum reveals the power of women

The United Way has realized progress in issues facing the community and one goal of the nonprofit is to continue to have a positive effect locally and in cities throughout the country, according to the organization’s national president.

Hundreds help clean up after Baltimore riots

Students from Morgan State University, local teachers, individuals who were out of school because of the closings and members of several fraternities methodically began cleaning the city after a violent night of rioting and looting.

CNN's Victor Blackwell revisits Baltimore hometown

CNN's Victor Blackwell revisits Baltimore hometown

Mosby: "The facts speak for themselves.'

Mosby: "The facts speak for themselves.'

A Teen's View: Living in West Baltimore

CNN, Victor Blackwell, West Baltimore, Terry Brown, Kyrique Jones,Jamel Phillips, the baltimore times

Baltimore officers charged with murder

“I will seek justice on your behalf,” Mosby told a packed news conference. “No one is above the law.”

Annapolis Drum & Bugle Corps holds annual Gospel Fest

The Annapolis Drum & Bugle Corps held the first annual Gospel Fest in Annapolis on Saturday, April 12, 2015 at the Cecil Memorial United Methodist Church.

When do Black lives matter?

The numbers are staggering, as of Monday, April 27, 2015— the day family members held a funeral for Freddie Gray— statistics revealed that there were 68 homicides in Baltimore, including three individuals under the age of 18. Fifty-nine of those ...

Twenty-third Tree City USA Award granted to Annapolis

Following Earth Day, an Arbor Day celebration was held on Thursday, April 23, 2015 at Wiley H. Bates Middle School in Annapolis.

Former Ravens speak out about riots in Baltimore

The Baltimore Ravens is a team that is truly entrenched in the community. The team responsible for community relations for the Ravens has done a great job in keeping the Ravens players invested in the community.

Baltimore: The aftermath

The night of Monday, April 27, 2015 will be one that the residents of Baltimore City will never forget. The world watched in horror as the city erupted in violent protest, looting, arson and destruction of property.

Freddie Gray investigation turned over to prosecutor

The Maryland state's attorney for Baltimore said Thursday that the report she received from Baltimore police on their investigation into the death of Freddie Gray will only supplement her office's own examination of the case.

Governor Hogan launches 'Maryland Unites' to assist Baltimore relief efforts

Governor Larry Hogan today announced that his administration is launching a new Web page, “Maryland Unites,” as a way to provide information and encourage the public to lend a helping hand to the Baltimore community in the aftermath of this ...