Here's the latest in The Baltimore Sun's coverage of the Freddie Gray case and the unrest in Baltimore:
-- Baltimore police reval Freddie Gray wagon ride had additional stop.
-- A Sun investigation debunked rumors that Freddie Gray recently underwent spine surgery.
-- Wednesday was calmer, highlighted by an Orioles game in front of an empty ballpark, and the BSO performing to a large gathering outside the Meyerhoff.
-- Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake clarified what to expect on Friday.
-- Hearings began Wednesday for those arrested in riots, but half of them are being released without charges.
-- Riots and Gray's death will loom over upcoming political campaigns.
-- Under Armour remains committed to Baltimore.
-- The Rev. Al Sharpton and Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake are scheduled to meet today with local faith leaders.
Latest Baltimore City
-- Johns Hopkins University will host a Race in America forum at 10:30 a.m. Thursday featuring Ta-Nehisi Coates, a Baltimore native and writer for The Atlantic. The event will take place in Shriver Hall, 3400 N. Charles St.