Every year Halloween is the time when kids and adults transform themselves into a character of their choice to be. Some people say they pay homage to their favorite character, rapper, actor, history maker or sports figure. However, some people can be considered to go overboard with their desire to get into character. Yesterday we […]

With election season upon us there’s been a new rising question on the ballot about elected officials having term limits implemented. Question “K” on the Maryland State ballot ask for your vote of YES or NO to imposing term limits for elected officials in Baltimore. If passed, the mayor, city council, city council president, and […]

With the world still dealing with low staffing measures across the nation, Correctional facilities are also dealing with the staffing setbacks as well. Due to the low staffing for juvenile detention facilities punishments are being handed down to the youth with adult style sentencing so they can serve their punishment at a facility that is […]

With the transition of power happening in the State’s Attorney office, crime is not slowing down. Over the weekend in Edmondson Village a 9-year-old boy was involved in a shooting that killed a 15-year-old girl in the Southwest, Baltimore. The boy was playing with a loaded gun that was registered to his Aunt which works […]

It’s clear that the Pandemic has caused a shortage of everything. One of the most common trends we have seen is people not wanting to work. Even at the State level, a job with great benefits, finding people to work has been a hassle. Well thanks to Governor Hogan, he is changing the game with […]

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For years, residents of Baltimore have been complaining about the Recreation Centers being closed, leaving the youth with nothing to do and nowhere to go. Many have said that is a reason why the youth has turned to violence in the streets. Well once again, it seems that the cries of the city have not […]

Given the tonal delivery of the day, many on Twitter are asking Baltimore natives to say the date out loud due to Charm City's unique accent.

Under the proposed bill, the slot machines could create jobs and bring revenue to the state's Education Trust Fund. Details inside.

The students need our help. For years, we have heard about school systems just passing along students from one grade to the next. In a recent report through Project Baltimore, it revealed that 77% of students at Patterson High are reading at an Elementary school level. CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD OUR APP AND TAKE US WITH […]

Her music motivates herself and others around her. This week on the Q Music Spotlight, meet Ky$hia Get to know her above. We’ve just made it easier for artists who want their music played on 92Q! Register for the Q Music Spotlight here: Join Our Text Club To Get The Latest Music, Entertainment, Contests […]

After serving almost 24 months in prison, former Mayor Catherine Pugh, has been released from prison. Jayne Miller reported on twitter this morning. “Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh has been released from the Alabama prison where she had been serving a 36 month sentence, according to on line record of Bureau of Prisons. About 12 […]