A former insurance executive who was convicted of running a "Ponzi-type fraud" and accused of plotting to kill Delaware's lieutenant governor is trying to withdraw his guilty plea, arguing that prosecutors misled him.
Federal agents met with Baltimore Police Department homicide detectives Monday to begin a two-month partnership with the goal of curbing this summer's record pace of violence.
Interim Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin Davis announced a reorganization of the department in an email to police Saturday night, formally promoting or moving 28 people into new roles and undoing some changes made by his predecessor Anthony W. Batts.
A city jury convicted a 28-year-old Baltimore man in the November 2013 double-murder of brothers in Upper Fells Point, according to the State's Attorney's Office.
Gov. Larry Hogan said Thursday that he will immediately shut down the decrepit Baltimore City Detention Center, moving inmates to nearby facilities and ending a long-standing "black eye" for the state.
When Gov. Larry Hogan decided to close Baltimore's long-troubled men's jail, he didn't call members of a state commission who had studied the issue. He didn't call the mayor of Baltimore. He just did it.
On a blighted block of Abington Avenue in West Baltimore, Derrick Smiley said he regularly sees young men selling drugs — but rarely any police.
An electronic construction sign that was supposed to warn motorists about a road closure and detour in West Baltimore was programmed Wednesday with another message.