A state lawmaker wants some school employees in Maryland to carry guns during school hours. Some at the statehouse are debating they would be outmanned by a mass shooter, so they’re backing a bill to address the issue. Del. Richard Impallaria said: “A school board can set up a program to let certain school employees […]

The police department in Baltimore has been going through some tough times over the past few years and last year, really put the spotlight on Baltimore with murders skyrocketing. In 2017, Baltimore set a record with 343 murders in the city, so Mayor Catherine Pugh had to make some changes for 2018. She made Darryl De Sousa […]

After 2 Baltimore City Police officers were convicted in a police corruption trial and 6 others pled guilty,Del. Bilal Ali, sent a proposal to Mayor Pugh and interim Police Chief on what should happen next. He suggested that we need to “disband” the police department. According to The Baltimore Sun, Ali’s statement read, “I write […]

Pastor Dr. Lisa M. Weah shares updates on the recovery of a church that caught on fire and dishes on her new book, 'Maximize Moments.'

A Baltimore Delegate is proposing that the Baltimore Police Department disband. This follows the corruption trial that centered around a group of officers who used their police powers to rob people. Democratic Bilal Ali, who represents Baltimore said: “I think we need to put other options on the table… I propose the Police Commissioner and […]

12 days of no homicides in the city of Baltimore has come to an end.

The stepfather of Freddie Gray, Richard “Rick” Shipley, has died according to Billy Murphy the family’s attorney. Shipley died on Feb. 6. at the age of 60 from an unknown cause. Shipley was the voice for calm in Baltimore during Freddie Gray’s death from injuries suffered in police custody which sparked protests and rioting in […]

Two former Baltimore police detectives were convicted by a federal jury for their roles in one of the biggest police scandals in city history.

Baltimore we can be proud for the moment. No mureders since the “Cease Fire” has begun. I can only hope that this wave of love can continue throughout the month and into the Spring and Summer. Let’s all keep praying together and push loving each other. Big shout out to the “Baltimore Cease Fire” initiative. […]

What was originally thought to be a weekend shutdown has now turned into 4 weeks of of shutdown for riders of the Metro Subwaylink. Originally, the northwest leg of the subway track (Owings Mills) was closed due to results found during a safety inspection. They had to do emergency repairs. During further evaluation, inspectors found […]

The northwest section of Baltimore’s Subway system will remain closed for weeks after inspectors found the tracks need emergency repairs. The entire MTA Metro Subwaylink system has already been closed all weekend because track work needed to be done immediately. “We’ve got a 36-year-old system that’s exposed to the elements day in and day out,” […]