Local

Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby warns the Trump administration that if federal agents to are sent to Baltimore and “engage in the same illegal vigilante activities” as in Portland, they “will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.” Mosby, along with the district attorney for Philadelphia called out the federal agents who […]

The NAACP signed a letter of intent to move their headquarters from Downtown Baltimore to Washington, D.C. within the future redevelopment of the Frank D. Reeves Center of Municipal Affairs at 2000 14th Street NW. “The Reeves Center stands in an iconic and culturally significant area of the U Street corridor with deep connections to […]

Over the weekend hundreds of people in Maryland found out their COVID-19 test results may be wrong, if they ever got them at all, because the lab processing the tests lacked proper certification. Saturday, the Maryland Department of Health issued an order requiring Advanced Pain Medicine Institute to terminate immediately all collection and processing of […]

Baltimore City Council President Brandon Scott released a statement Saturday calling out Atlas Restaurant Group regarding the incident where a Black woman and her son were denied service at Ouzo Bay. “Monday’s incident at Ouzo Bay was completely disgusting and outright racist. Our country is in the midst of the largest civil rights call to […]

Protesters gathered today outside of Vince’s Crab House in Middle River. According to WMAR, Facebook users uncovered racially insensitive comments made by the owner Vince Meyer. In the comments, Meyer allegedly used the N-word and told another user “u would be a good slave if u had a better tan.” He responded to the backlash […]

  Trump is heading to Baltimore on Memorial Day to make an address at Fort McHenry over the objections of Mayor Jack Young, who said the visit sets the wrong example as the city remains under a stay-at-home order because of the coronavirus. Young issued a statement asking Trump to reconsider his visit, citing the […]

Mayor Jack Young is canceling all special events in Baltimore through Aug. 31 due to the pandemic. “I want to inform residents the city will be canceling all special events through Aug. 31 of this year. After consultation with our public health experts, we believe this is the best move for the health of our […]

Join us as we Remember the 50th Anniversary of Dr.King’s assassination, live from Memphis.

Thousands came out to Druid Hill Park in Baltimore to celebrate with the Radio One family at One Baltimore Unity In The Community. Check out some of the photos below.