Here’s the challenge for Baltimore media: Cover these sessions with Joel Fitzgerald with the same intensity and resources as you do the Ravens this week. Getting the right person in the job of police commissioner is more important than whether or not the Ravens beat the Chargers Sunday. Really.
There was some some improvement in terms of media platforms trying to be right instead of first, But I also saw an obvious need to rethink some of our assumptions about how we cover these stories of mass shootings.
Baltimore prosecutors are reviewing open cases involving a city police officer amid questions about his credibility, as more than 20 defense lawyers have joined forces in a rare effort to obtain his internal-affairs records.
Rebutting several defense arguments to remove Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby from the prosecution of six Baltimore police officers in the arrest and death of Freddie Gray, Mosby's office accused the officers and their attorneys of distorting facts in the hopes that "vitriol will trump logic."
ABC News can continue in its see-no-evil, hear-no-evil stance on George Stephanopolous and his undisclosed $75,000 to the Clinton Foundation forever if it wants. But I guarantee you the network is going to pay when it comes to credibility during the 2016 campaign season if it does.
Baltimore prosecutors shed new light on their rationale for some of the charges against the officers involved in the death of Freddie Gray, saying in a new court filing that Gray had been illegally detained before officers found a knife in his pocket.
The Baltimore State's Attorney's Office hit back against a recent flurry of court filings by the defense team in the Freddie Gray case, calling their arguments "illogical, unsupported, frivolous, and unprecedented."
The attorneys for the six police officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray on Friday filed a motion to dismiss the case and asking for the recusal of State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby, claiming "overzealous prosecution" and an array of conflicts of interest.
Thursday morning, some listeners of the "Norris & Davis Show" on 105.7 The Fan called in to joke about Molly Shattuck being charged with third-degree rape and unlawful sexual contact with a 15-year-old boy.