One thousand guns. Police have removed that significant number from city streets in what they say is the next step to cutting violent crime. The commissioner and mayor announced the milestone at a crime scene Wednesday night.
Authorities are looking for a Baltimore City Correctional Center inmate who left a work crew.
State, county and city vehicles have been ticketed more than 8,000 times in the past three years by Baltimore’s automated speed cameras.
Facing growing violence, federal agents and Baltimore City police together staged a huge undercover operation that leads to the arrest of dozens of people.
Taking a stand against officers that break the law. Baltimore’s new city police commissioner took the unusual step of announcing an investigation against one of his own.
A police-involved shooting in Baltimore City is under investigation.
One of the city’s historic districts was just placed on the top 10 list of best neighborhoods in the county, so where is it?
A surprising reversal for the Baltimore Fire Department. Amid protests, the mayor announced one of the fire companies set to shut down will actually be able to stay open–and it’s all thanks to money from Baltimore’s Grand Prix races.
On the job early. Baltimore’s new police commissioner started work Tuesday — two days earlier than expected. And he comes as another member of the top brass in the department announces he’s leaving.
As a research university, Johns Hopkins is embarking on a multi-million dollar experiment inside Baltimore City schools. The aim is a brighter future, for students and the country.
The battle over whether certain Baltimore City schools cheated on their standardized tests in 2009 is far from over. School officials will now hire an outside company to investigate the allegations.
Police say a 14-year-old boy with suicidal thoughts is missing in Baltimore City.