As more than a dozen pharmacies remained closed after fires and looting in Baltimore, city health officials on Saturday urged people who can't get their medicines to call 311 for help.
The highest-ranking officer charged in Freddie Gray's death once had his weapons seized by Carroll County sheriff's deputies after an ex-girlfriend reported she was alarmed by some of his comments, according to police documents.
A Monkton teenager who was initially charged as an adult and accused of planning to attack his Towson high school will be tried in juvenile court.
An annual event to honor Maryland first responders who have died in the line of duty has been postponed amid continuing demonstrations about Freddie Gray's death in Baltimore.
In a sweeping address that explored the racial dynamics of the criminal justice system, Hillary Clinton called Wednesday for an end to "the era of mass incarceration" of black men and said the violence in Baltimore demanded political leaders take a new approach to law enforcement.
A Baltimore County jury on Tuesday convicted two men of murder and other counts in the 2011 killing of a Gwynn Oak man who was a witness in a Baltimore gun and drug case.
A day after he was heckled by residents in West Baltimore, former Gov. Martin O'Malley visited a church in the area Wednesday to help distribute food to people affected by this week's riots.
In the wake of Freddie Gray's death, members of Baltimore's Latino community plan to gather Wednesday evening in a show of solidarity with black residents.