Police officers who were investigating the apparent suicide of a woman near the Inner Harbor on Tuesday evening examined her car and made a devastating discovery: the body of a 5-month-old boy.
An autopsy that ruled Freddie Gray's death a homicide is likely to be a controversial piece of evidence in the criminal case against six police officers who are facing a range of charges.
A federal judge reversed a jury verdict that had awarded $2.3 million to a man Baltimore police had branded the "Charles Village Rapist" before forensic evidence cleared him.
Karabelle Pizzigati, a lifelong and prominent advocate of education, died June 12 in Kensington after a two-year battle with cancer. She was 65.
The police radio crackled: "Two men running with guns … discharge on Druid Hill …"
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, addressing an alleged slowdown in police activity since six officers were charged in the arrest and death of Freddie Gray, said Wednesday that she had told police to do their jobs.
Baltimore police say they have arrested the third suspect -- a 14-year-old boy -- in the brutal slaying of 16-year-old Arnesha Bowers.
A dispute between Baltimore police, the police union and the mayor's office burst into public view Tuesday as the union questioned the Police Department's commitment to reform, while police officials and Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake accused the union of misleading the public.