New BPD Commissioner: More Cops, Less Guns Will Combat Violence In CityBaltimore's acting police commissioner told lawmakers more officers and fewer illegal guns are what he'd like to see on city streets to put an end to the record-breaking violence.
Ceremony Held For Record-Setting Rate Of Homicide Victims In BaltimoreLess than 18 hours into the new year, Baltimore recorded its first two murders.
Baltimore Police Investigating First Murders Of 2018The Baltimore Police Department is investigating a shooting on New Year's Day that left a man in critical condition.
Funeral Held For Murdered Morgan State StudentA promising Morgan State University student who was shot and killed last week during a robbery in Baltimore was laid to rest Saturday.
Viewing Held For Slain Morgan State StudentA viewing was held Friday for 19-year-old Jonathan Tobash, and it will be followed by his funeral and internment Saturday.
Vigil Held For Victims Of Baltimore ViolenceHundreds attended a vigil Thursday night for Baltimore's record-setting homicide victims.
Man Injured After Tuesday Morning ShootingA man is recovering in a Baltimore hospital after suffering from a gunshot wound this morning.
Schedule Change Announced For Baltimore Police OfficersBaltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and Police Commissioner Anthony Batts are poised to announce a new public safety deployment schedule for the police department that will allow officers more flexibility on their beats.
Triple Shooting Means Baltimore 2012 Homicide Rate Higher Than 2011A spike in violence causes the city to surpass last year's murder rate and there's still a month to go in 2012. That's led to growing concerns, particularly in one neighborhood where five people have been shot in the past 24 hours.
Baltimore Has Lowest Murder Rate In 34 YearsBaltimore achieved something that hasn't happened in 34 years: fewer than 200 murders. So has the city turned the corner on its violent past?