Aspirations of 'The greatest comeback story in America': Baltimore Police launch recruitment campaign
Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison and Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young announced a $200,000 marketing campaign at a news conference Monday.
60-year-old man shot, robbed in North Baltimore home invasion
A 60-year-old man is in serious but stable condition after two men broke into his home on Reese Street in North Baltimore.
Northeast Baltimore man arrested after allegedly shooting his girlfriend during a fight, police say
Anthony Washington Sr. was arrested Saturday morning and faces 11 charges, including first-degree attempted murder and assault.
Baltimore police: One man killed, two others injured in separate shootings overnight
Three people were shot, one fatally, in separate incidents in Baltimore late Friday and early Saturday, police said.
Four men shot in three Baltimore incidents over a 12-hour span on Independence Day
A man was shot Thursday afternoon in Baltimore and two others were shot in the evening, police said.
Man shot in Baltimore grocery store parking lot; victim runs into store
Baltimore police are investigating a shooting outside of Giant Food in Better Waverly.
Baltimore police make 64 arrests in three-day operation targeting open warrants, violent offenders
Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison Thursday announced the results of a three warrant initiative targeting violent offenders.
Baltimore Police: Woman killed in McElderry Park shooting, man injured in Lakeland shooting
Police say a 20-year-old woman died from a gunshot wound to her upper body after being shot in the 400 block of N. Rose Street.
'A very heavy, robust, staffing' expected from the Baltimore police for Fourth of July
Baltimore police issued a warning that fireworks, sparklers, and celebratory gunfire are illegal at all times.
Three people shot, two fatally in North Baltimore overnight
Baltimore police also ruled a 1992 shooting as a homicide after a man succumbed to his injuries in March an autopsy ruled last week.
Mayor Young, Police Commissioner Harrison declare support for Baltimore's immigrant community, rebuke Trump
Mayor Young and Police Commissioner Harrison declared support for Baltimore's immigrants as they announced a new police policy to not aid ICE.
Baltimore Police, state's attorney announce arrest of 14 gang suspects
A four our-month investigation into what Baltimore police call a dangerous gang has led to the arrests of 14 people with more arrests to follow,
Man shot while driving in South Baltimore, crashes car in MedStar Harbor Hospital emergency room parking lot
A 20-year-old man is in critical condition after being shot along Hanover Street and crashing his car in the MedStar Harbor Hospital emergency room lot
Person of interest in homicide case involving transgender Charlottesville teen may be in Baltimore, police say
Police in Charlottesville, Va., are looking in Baltimore and Joppa for person of interest in a homicide of a transgender teenager, officials said Thursday.
It is time for Baltimore to get a grip on police overtime
We hope that Commissioner Michael Harrison is finally the one able to get a grip on the excessive amount of overtime earned by police officers.
Maryland State Police begins review of Baltimore Police Det. Sean Suiter's death
Suiter’s death remains controversial — it is officially a homicide, with questions raised about whether he killed himself and staged it to look like a murder.
Baltimore Police arrest man in deadly shooting of former Maryland football player David Mackall Jr.
Baltimore Police arrested a 20-year-old man Thursday and charged him with the murder of former Maryland football player David Mackall Jr.
Amid patrol shortage, Baltimore police union tells officers to flag exhaustion with supervisors
The Baltimore Police union on Wednesday advised its members to begin sharing any feelings of exhaustion with their supervisors — and documenting the response.
Baltimore man arrested after allegedly supplying illegal drugs to Carroll County
A Baltimore man suspected of supplying Carroll County with illegal drugs was arrested in Baltimore on Monday, according to a Wednesday afternoon news release.
Baltimore police rescue man from top of Howard Street Bridge
Baltimore police rescued a man threatening to kill himself by jumping from the Howard Street Bridge on Tuesday, officials said.
One man dies, three others injured overnight after violent weekend
The incidents follow a violent weekend in Baltimore where on Saturday 11 people were shot, three fatally, throughout the city.
Baltimore's latest crime strategy is not a new idea
The crime strategy that Baltimore police rolled out to target high crime areas is not new and innovative.
Baltimore Consent Decree monitoring team reviewing Cherry Hill arrest video showing use of pressure point
Baltimore Police spokesman Matt Jablow said the tactic the officer is using targets a pressure point located behind the ear.
Baltimore police: 44-year-old man killed, another injured in separate shootings
Monday night’s homicide followed an intense afternoon of violence across the city, including two deadly shootings within an hour of each other.
Miller to meet with Gov. Hogan to urge releasing funds for Baltimore police reform, school construction
Maryland Senate President Mike Miller will meet with Gov. Larry Hogan to appeal for millions to fund technology for Baltimore police and school construction.
Baltimore Police deployed to 120 most violent 'micro-zones' three times per patrol shift, under new strategy
The Baltimore Police Department has implemented a new patrol strategy requiring officers to spend more time in 120 violent “micro-zones” across the city.
What will it take to convince Baltimore police that plainclothes cops are a bad idea?
Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison thinks plainclothes police can be an effective part of crime fighting; we disagree.
Woman found dead inside car in Horseshoe Casino garage
Baltimore police say a woman was found dead inside a car at the Horseshoe Casino garage and are investigating it as a suspicious death.
Baltimore Police Northeastern District captain suspended, police say
A captain assigned to the Baltimore Police Northeastern District has been suspended, a department spokesman confirmed Friday.
Baltimore Police considering former Baltimore Sun building for the new Central District location
The Baltimore Police Department’s Central District is considering a move up the street to the former home of The Baltimore Sun on the edge of Mount Vernon.
Police: Missing 25-year-old Anne Arundel Medical Center surgical tech is found dead
Baltimore Police say Stephanie Ordonez, a 25-year-old reported missing after last being seen on June 14, was found dead in Texas.
Veteran Baltimore Police officer who has been among department's top overtime earners is suspended
Baltimore Police officer Julie Pitocchelli, who has more than doubled her salary with overtime has recently been suspended,
Overtime a 'necessary evil' - until city can hire enough police officers
Baltimore's police overtime budget is high but until the force hires more officers, there's not much choice in the matter.
Why can't Baltimore police investigate all rapes like this?
All Baltimore rape claims deserve thorough investigation, not just the ones allegedly involving a police officer.
Man, 34, killed in shooting near Highlandtown, Baltimore police say
A man was shot to death near the Hebrew Friendship Cemetery, just north of Highlandtown, before dawn Thursday morning, police said.
With 'many' Baltimore police exceeding overtime limits, commissioner pledges crackdown
The issue of police overtime resurfaces with the misconduct case last week against Sgt. Ethan Newberg.
In first town hall, Baltimore County police chief Melissa Hyatt says city department background will help her avoid 'pitfalls'
Hyatt, a longtime Baltimore City cop, said Wednesday at the troubled department she saw things done well and things she "would do differently."
Man dead, another injured in separate West Baltimore shootings
Baltimore police say a man died after being shot in the chest in the 3100 block of Baker Street on Wednesday.
Motorcyclist dies after colliding with MTA bus in Baltimore
Baltimore police say a motorcyclist died after a collision with an Maryland Transportation Authority bus Tuesday.
Baltimore Police investigating photo that appears to show officer asleep in patrol car
Police said they were sent the photo yesterday. The picture circulating on social media shows an officer in a black patrol car, who appears to be sleeping.
Bad cops? That's not the real story of Baltimore Police Department's decline
Baltimore police face worse hardships than the occasional bad apples in the ranks.
Union attacks on Baltimore police commissioner damage department
The last thing that Baltimore needs right now is the FOP leader picking a public fight with the police commissioner.
Melissa Hyatt sworn in as new Baltimore County police chief
Melissa Hyatt was sworn in Monday as Baltimore County’s 14th police chief and the first woman to lead the department.
Two killed, two injured in overnight shootings, Baltimore police say
Officers responded to a double shooting in the 2400 block of E. Oliver St. in Broadway East at 11:40 p.m., where they found a man shot in the head.
Baltimore judge dismisses 12 misconduct cases against officers after police department misses key deadlines
A dozen internal affairs charges against Baltimore Police officers were dismissed by a circuit court judge because the department filed them too late.
Baltimore Police: Man stole woman's car, crashed it into tree near Inner Harbor
Baltimore police have detained a suspect who they say carjacked a vehicle and crashed it near the Inner Harbor on Saturday night.
16-year-old boy shot in leg aboard downtown Baltimore bus; police believe self-inflicted
A 16-year-old boy was wounded in the leg aboard a bus in downtown Baltimore on Friday night in what police believe was an accidental, self-inflicted shooting.
‘Take your charge like a man’: Baltimore police video shows takedown of bystander that led to officer’s arrest
Baltimore Police Department released footage Friday of an incident between Sgt. Ethan Newberg and a bystander who criticized his police work.
Trial of teen accused of murdering a young Canton bartender goes to the jury
The friends and family of Sebastian Dvorak — a beloved Canton bartender who was robbed and shot while walking home after celebrating his 27th birthday.
Behind the scenes of 'Cops and Robbers' with Justin Fenton (bonus episode)
In this bonus episode of Newsroom Edition, hear more about the reporting process of 'Cops and Robbers,' Justin Fenton's three-part investigative series.