‘I just can’t believe she’s gone’: Taylor Hayes’ mother leads peace walk a year after losing her daughter
A year after Shanika Robinson lost her 7-year-old daughter Taylor Hayes to gunshot injuries, the West Baltimore mother leads a walk to promote peace and end gun violence.
Dozens of federal inmates convicted in Maryland among those released Friday under First Step Act changes
Dozens of prisoners convicted of crimes in Maryland were among thousands of men and women released from federal detention nationwide on Friday as a result of prison reform legislation passed by Congress last year.
Darryl Albert Varnum, of the 300 block of Barnes Avenue, was indicted Wednesday by the Grand Jury for the District of Maryland on one felony count of threatening a federal official, according to federal court documents.
Prince George’s County police say Gerardo Thomas, 33, of Baltimore has been charged with first- and second-degree murder in the shooting death of Zoe Spears last month.
Housing discrimination lawsuit involving two Baltimore women to continue after judge denies motion to dismiss
A federal lawsuit alleging that Bank of America and Safeguard Properties did not properly maintain properties they owned in minority neighborhoods has been allowed to continue after a judge denied a motion to dismiss the case Thursday.