About 150 protesters gathered Thursday at Lawyers Mall in Annapolis morning before marching to the House of Delegates, where they declared their intention to regularly attend Maryland's General Assembly.
Baltimore Police Commissioner Anthony W. Batts said Tuesday that a man who was jailed and said to be the suspect in the killing of 3-year-old McKenzie Elliott last summer is "not the person" responsible for her death.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake plans to testify Tuesday afternoon at the first public listening session of President Barack Obama's Task Force on 21st Century Policing to discuss "building trust and legitimacy between police and the communities they serve," her staff said.
Baltimore police and city officials say a new police patrol schedule will put more officers on the streets at the most needed times, give officers more time off and cut overtime spending. Starting Sunday, city patrol officers will work four, 10-hour days, on one of four daily shifts.
Anthony Barksdale, the city's former acting police commissioner, is leaving his post as Horseshoe Baltimore's security director four months after the casino opened. Urban casino has faced security challenges.
After recording a 10 percent decline in homicides and a drop in overall crime during 2014, city officials said Thursday that the Baltimore Police Department would focus in 2015 on strengthening relations with the communities it serves.
An M&T Bank Stadium worker told police that the Baltimore Ravens' director of security Darren Sanders groped and forced himself against her as she walked him through the building after a December home game, court documents show.
Attorney General-elect Brian Frosh named his two top deputies Tuesday, tapping Gov. Martin O'Malley's chief legal adviser Elizabeth Harris and Thiru Vignarajah, the city prosecutor who coordinated major investigations.
A freedom-of-speech retaliation lawsuit brought by former detective Joseph Crystal portrays the Baltimore Police Department as imbued with the same stop-snitching culture that prevails on the streets it is sworn to patrol.
This was a year in which TIME Magazine put transgender actress Laverne Cox on its cover above the headline, "The Transgender Tipping Point," and the Maryland General Assembly passed a bill banning discrimination against transgender citizens in employment, housing and public accommodations.
Baltimore police broke up a drug crew they say was responsible for at least one homicide and heroin sales of as much as $10,000 a day in West Baltimore, the mayor and police commissioner said Thursday.
In the early hours of a Sunday morning in March, Kianga Mwamba was on the way home from a family gathering and about to stop to pick up her children some food at the all-night restaurant Valentino's. But as she got near, she stopped to record a group of police arresting a man across the street.
Baltimore's mayor and police commissioner say that one year after undertaking a broad reform plan for the city police department, complaints against officers have fallen sharply along with a drop in crime.
City taxpayers will foot some of the bill for Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's recent trip to New Orleans in which she campaigned for a fellow Democrat and attended the "Monday Night Football" game between the Ravens and the Saints.
Amid nationwide protests for more police accountability, Baltimore Police Commissioner Anthony Batts announced Tuesday that he had been named to President Obama's Task Force on 21st Century Policing. But the announcement surprised U.S Department of Justice officials, who said Batts is not on the task force.
As the tension rises in Missouri ahead of a grand jury decision in the shooting death of teenager by a police officer, a Baltimore sergeant charged with investigating police here went on Twitter to express her opinion.
My administration has been criticized for pursuing a more thoughtful approach toward body cameras, but I know that no matter how strong the criticism now, it pales in comparison to the consequences for our citizens if we fail to get this right.
A Baltimore police officer has been charged with misconduct and perjury in connection with an arrest made one month after he was publicly thanked by the city's mayor and police commissioner for his work seizing a handgun.
The Baltimore City Council overwhelmingly voted Monday to require all of Baltimore's nearly 3,000 police officers to wear body cameras recording their interactions with the public — despite arguments from the mayor's office that the council's bill is "illegal."