Baltimore Police officers were found to have uploaded and categorized bodycam videos incorrectly from 2016 to 2021, prompting the department to complete daily reviews of camera footage, according to a report released this month by the Office of Legislative Audits.
A Baltimore jury is deliberating the fate of a 17-year-old accused of raping and murdering his 83-year-old neighbor when he was 14 years old, making him among city’s youngest-ever homicide suspects.
Another violent weekend has left Baltimore residents and officials frustrated.
Two men were killed, and a woman was hurt in a shooting Sunday night at The Hub Sports Bar & Grill in Frankford Plaza in Northeast Baltimore, police said. Also this weekend, another person was killed and 15 injured during a spate of weekend violence that began Friday night.
Abortion rights supporters gather Friday evening outside Baltimore's federal courthouse to protest the U.S. Supreme Court's decision overturning Roe v. Wade, which had enshrined women's rights to abortion.
Tyrone Harvin is on trial on charges of raping and killing 83-year-old Dorothy Mae Neal in her apartment in the city’s Bridgeview-Greenlawn neighborhood in 2018.
Baltimore Police have arrested a 15-year-old in the double shooting at the Inner Harbor promenade on Memorial Day weekend that left one teen dead and another injured.
The Baltimore office charged with implementing the city’s Group Violence Reduction Strategy defended itself in a letter delivered to the City Council Friday, arguing the process of reversing violent trends in the city is not “overnight work.”
A carjacking surge has prompted federal law enforcement to increase coordination with local agencies “to investigate and disrupt a rash of violent carjackings in and around the Baltimore area,” the Federal Bureau of Investigations Baltimore field office has announced.
Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison said he’s concerned a newly released list of 305 Baltimore police officers with credibility and integrity issues will further erode the department’s relationship with the community and hurt officer morale.
A Baltimore State’s Attorney’s Office list of more than 300 Baltimore police officers with credibility issues, many of whom continue to be called to testify in court, has been made public for the first time after a court ordered the office to release the list last fall.
The Baltimore State’s Attorney’s Office has cleared three city police officers of criminal charges stemming from the fatal shooting of an armed man near Power Point Live! last year.
Mayor Brandon Scott pushed back against calls for a fresh short-term plan to address gun violence in Baltimore, an idea proposed by six City Council members.
A pregnant woman and a man were shot to death Thursday night with the delivered baby in critical condition, police say.
The mass shootings that occurred Tuesday are also part of an increasingly common trend in Baltimore where trigger-pullers are injuring and killing more victims in a single incident.