Details on the Ruff Ryders 20th Anniversary Tour stop in Baltimore...

Akia Eggleston of Baltimore was supposed to see the doctor and attend her baby shower before she suddenly vanished in May.

Cahree Myrick, 12, has become the first-ever individual national youth chess champion in Baltimore, Maryland after a major victory in his division at the United States Chess Federation SuperNationals.

It's easy to empathize on the outside looking in, but Jay Hill actually put himself in the shoes of a homeless person. Literally.

Five cops involved in the 2015 arrest and death of Freddie Gray are facing charges for violating police department rules, with three of them up for possible termination.

A teacher 29-year-old was arrested for striking an 11-year-old male student in the midsection at Waverly Elementary/Middle School. According to Baltimore Police, it happened after “some sort of issue” with the student, who was reportedly crying and banging on the desk before the assault. The State’s Attorney’s Office was notified and charges were filed against […]

Adam Jones is not pleased about Monday night’s game against the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park. The Baltimore Orioles star claims that he endured an outpouring of N-words and other racist taunts during the tense game. According to USA Today, Jones said, “A disrespectful fan threw a bag of peanuts at me. I was called the N-word […]

The city has not seen this alarming pace of murders in nearly two decades.

Want news at your fingertips? Text “QCREW” to 24042 to join our text club! Baltimore tops the list of a recent survey on the least attractive cities by Travel and Leisure magazine. The magazine says: “Readers love Baltimore for its revitalized inner harbor, and its beautiful historic sites—such as the Beaux Arts Pennsylvania Station, one […]

Judge James K. Bredar ruled Friday for a consent decree allowing the overhauling of the Baltimore Police Department after a scathing 2016 Department of Justice report revealed officers operated with racial bias and used excessive force disproportionately on African Americans.


Dr. Shana O. Ntiri (Medical Director at Baltimore City Cancer Program) and April Watts discuss breast cancers risks, stats and more.