City police on Monday reported a Sunday night homicide in southwest Baltimore, reported a shooting in Druid Heights and have identified two other victims in recent shootings.
The National Guard troops who were deployed to Baltimore to after the riots last week have left the streets, a spokesman said, and the last of them are expected to complete their mission Tuesday.
A week after riots broke out in Baltimore following the funeral for Freddie Gray, the city looks to return to normal. A citywide curfew was lifted and National Guard has begun to withdraw troops.
Jackie Barnett remembers when there were more houses in her grandmother's neighborhood, near North and Greenmount avenues in Baltimore, and more residents.
No injuries were reported at a fire at a Woodbine home early Saturday morning, Howard County fire officials said.
All six police officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray were released from the Central Booking and Intake Center downtown Friday night after posting bail, court records show.
Residents whose pharmacies were damaged in recent protests can call 311 to learn where they can have their prescriptions, city health officials said.
Civil rights and faith-based leaders, including Rev. Al Sharpton, will meet with Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake Thursday to discuss ongoing plans to support the city, organizers said.