Gov Larry Hogan said Thursday that he will immediately shut down the decrepit Baltimore City Detention Center, moving inmates to nearby facilities and putting an end to a long standing "black eye" for the state.
Democratic lawmakers who studied problems at Baltimore's jail said Thursday Republican Gov. Larry Hogan had not consulted them before deciding to tear it down, and they expressed concern about the lack of communication.
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.
At least five tips helped authorities identify the man accused of setting a CVS drugstore on fire during the April riot, newly released court documents reveal, and another tip led to his apprehension in South Baltimore.
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit brought by the mother of a mentally ill man who was shot to death by police officers she had called for help calming him down.
From West Baltimore to Texas to Calgary, a barrage of emails came to then-Police Commissioner Anthony W. Batts' inbox during the unrest that followed Freddie Gray's death.
Former Police Commissioner Anthony W. Batts commended the city's officers for their "restraint, professionalism, and attention to duty" in the handling of the protests before the rioting on April 27.