Battleground Baltimore: Freedom?

In this week’s roundup of Baltimore news: A controversial security deposit bill, Amazon donates what Bezos makes in four seconds to a local community garden, and a Prince George’s County mayor calls out the governor.

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Battleground Baltimore, Jan. 29

In this week’s round-up of Baltimore news: Members of the Baltimore Fraternal Order of Police try to make the case for keeping the LEOBR, city students are going on strike, and Lawrence Brown’s “The Black Butterfly” is released.

Battleground Baltimore, Jan. 8

Local leaders react to the insurrection that happened just 45 minutes away in Washington. D.C.; why a move to end home detention fees might not go far enough; and a “spy plane” that has been flying in Baltimore (ostensibly to solve crime) is headed for St. Louis.

Hope and havoc in Baltimore politics

From progressive insurgents and petty tyrants to Kim Klacik, TRNN Baltimore Editor and Managing Editor Lisa Snowden-McCray speaks with Maryland State Senator Jill Carter and local musician DDm about the wild world of Baltimore politics.

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