Students at Harford Day School brought in new children's hats, gloves, mittens and scarves to benefit the Harford Family House.
As Baltimore Sun reporters continue to work the various stories surrounding the death of Freddie Gray, we'll try to keep you updated on the latest developments.
As Baltimore officials braced for large-scale protests Saturday over of the death of Freddie Gray, top police brass acknowledged that officers made mistakes during the arrest that ended with his slipping into a coma and dying a week later.
The black church has always been on the front lines of the civil rights movement, the Rev. Jamal H. Bryant says. And it's in that spirit, he says, that he's taken a leading and controversial role in protesting the death of Freddie Gray.
A day before a national group plans a protest on Baltimore's streets over the death of Freddie Gray, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and two dozen clergy members and community leaders pleaded Friday for outsiders to behave peacefully while here.
Dozens of Baltimore police officials will continue a "massive investigation" of Freddie Gray's death even after their findings are delivered to state prosecutors as promised next week, Commissioner Anthony W. Batts said Friday.
Gov. Larry Hogan plans to sign legislation that would double how much people injured by police can collect in civil lawsuits.