Glass shards glinted in the Sunday morning sun on the sidewalk outside the 7-Eleven on Light Street in Baltimore's Inner Harbor.
One man is dead after two people were shot in separate overnight shootings, Baltimore police said.
After a week of cable and network news providing most of the best TV coverage of protests in Baltimore following the death of Freddie Gray, the national outlets were mainly missing in action tonight when things got ugly.
A Baltimore police spokesman told the Associated Press that an officer had suffered minor injuries in the waning hours of the Freddie Gray demonstrations on Saturday.
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While protesters flooded Camden Street beyond the center-field fence of Camden Yards, eyes inside the Orioles clubhouse were glued to televisions. Before their game Saturday night against the Boston Red Sox, players watched the demonstrations over Freddie Gray's death turn ugly.
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Saturday afternoon, when things were still peaceful and the Freddie Gray marchers first reached Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, that long asphalt barrier that separates some of the poorest neighborhoods of West Baltimore from the central part of the city, first boys on bicycles, then men with...
Police Commissioner Anthony W. Batts and Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake called for calm late Saturday as more than 1,300 police officers worked to take control of the city after agitated protesters incited violence after a day of peaceful marches.
Some demonstrators damaged police vehicles and area business Saturday as a day of otherwise peaceful protests turned violent.
When state inspectors visited the Baltimore County Police Department's shooting range in Lutherville, they found that officers ate lunch on desks contaminated with lead. Employees had not been adequately trained on the hazards of lead, and they were exposed to levels far above federal standards,...
A crowd of demonstrators protesting the death of Freddie Gray gathered in front of Camden Yards about an hour before the Orioles' game Saturday night against the Boston Red Sox, temporarily forcing the closure of an entrance to the ballpark.
The Baltimore Fraternal Order of Police commended the officers working to keep the peace in the city Saturday as protesters became unruly after a day of demonstrations.
After Baltimore officials appealed for help in the Freddie Gray investigation, police released a photo of a witness to the arrest and asked him to come forward.
Dana R. Fisher, a sociology professor at the University of Maryland, College Park, said prior to Saturday's demonstrations in Baltimore that the tone of the protests will have a lot to do with the people organizing the crowds. More than 1,00 people gathered in Baltimore to protest the death of...
The University of Maryland Baltimore issued a "shelter in place" order for its campus, telling students and staff not to leave buildings as protests turned violent downtown Saturday.
The president of Baltimore's Fraternal Order of Police on Saturday criticized Commissioner Anthony Batts and other officials for statements made on Friday acknowledging errors in the arrest of Freddie Gray, a Baltimore man whose death in police custody has sparked local protests and national outcry.
Baltimore Police said Saturday afternoon a woman was shot multiple times on the 1000 block of Church Street.
A day of mostly peaceful rallies to protest the death of Freddie Gray turned confrontational as dark fell over Baltimore on Saturday with demonstrators smashing the windows on police cars, blocking traffic near the Inner Harbor and shouting, “Killers!” at officers dressed in riot gear.
When Freddie Gray briefly locked eyes with police at 8:39 a.m. on a corner of an impoverished West Baltimore neighborhood two weeks ago, they seemed to recognize each other immediately. As three officers approached on bicycles along West North Avenue, the 25-year-old Gray was on the east corner...
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.
It wasn't until three months after a U.S. drone blasted a suspected al-Qaida compound in Pakistan that America's spies figured out that an aid worker from Rockville had been killed, the White House said this week.
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.
Saturday's march for Freddie Gray from the west side to City Hall could cause traffic problems and prompted at least one event cancellation, while other businesses and event organizers are monitoring the situation.
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.
Baltimore City's school chief will meet with disgruntled Paul Laurence Dunbar High School students on Monday to listen to complaints that led to a large sit-in Friday at the school.
A 17-year-old boy was shot in west Baltimore Friday evening, Baltimore police said.
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A 61-year-old man who was injured in what Baltimore County police called a "brutal" attack remained hospitalized Friday as a teenage girl was arrested in connection with the assault.
Civil rights groups called on Gov. Larry Hogan Friday to help resolve a fractured relationship between Baltimore residents and its police department, asking him to convene a special session to pass more comprehensive body camera laws and to invest cash in urban renewal projects.
Gov. Larry Hogan plans to sign legislation that would double how much people injured by police can collect in civil lawsuits.
Orioles great Cal Ripken Jr. has signed a deal with OppenheimerFunds to host "exclusive client events" for the New York-based fund manager.
The president of the Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance of Baltimore on Friday called for the resignation of Baltimore Police Commissioner Anthony Batts in the wake of the death of Freddie Gray, saying the city's police department is "in disarray."
Funeral arrangements have been set for Freddie Gray, the Baltimore man who died April 19 from a spinal injury suffered while in police custody.
A man and woman found fatally shot in an SUV at the Canton Crossing shopping center, in what police described as a murder-suicide, were nurses at the Maryland Shock Trauma Center.
A vacant home in Jessup caught fire Friday morning and was beginning to collapse when county fire fighters arrived on the scene.
A group organizing a weekend demonstration in Baltimore regarding the death of Freddie Gray said they expect a "wave will roll downtown to City Hall" during the Saturday event.
Temperatures were forecast to drop below freezing around the region for the first time in weeks early Friday morning, but in most areas the lowest readings came in at the mid-30s.