BPD: Mother Of 7, One Of Her Daughters 'Vanished Without A Trace'Baltimore Police plan to hold a press conference this afternoon about a mother and daughter who have been missing since Feb. 7.
Baltimore Board OKs $300K Wrongful Death SettlementCity officials have approved a $300,000 settlement in a wrongful death lawsuit brought by the family of Anthony Anderson.
Police Make Arrest For Murder At Royal FarmsThe Baltimore Police Department has arrested a 29-year-old man for a murder at Royal Farms.
Police Say Repeat Offenders, Retaliation Lead To High Homicide CountIt's a surge in violence that's now shown no signs of slowing down, Baltimore continues large number of homicides.
Man Charged In Horseshoe Casino Garage ShootingA 26-year-old man has been charged with attempted first degree murder after a shooting at the Horseshoe Casino parking garage.
Police Also Searching For Boyfriend Of Missing WomanThe Baltimore Police Department is now searching for the boyfriend of a missing woman.
Police: 20-Year-Old 'Missing Under Suspicious Circumstances'Baltimore Police are asking for the public's help locating a 20-year-old woman who they say is "missing under suspicious circumstances."
Bill Mandates Baltimore Police Report Surveillance TacticsBill would require the Police Commissioner of Baltimore City to notify the city council, mayor and delegation about the development of new tactics.
Baltimore PD Unveils New Mobile AppThe Baltimore Police Department announced they will have a new app that will allow the public to better connect with police.
Man Charged For Stabbing Murder In Front Of Royal FarmsA man has been charged with murder in the stabbing death of 24-year-old Oscar Acevedo in front of a Royal Farms Store.
Baltimore Officers Take Yoga With Students To Help Foster Community RelationshipsA teacher in Baltimore is using yoga, and the element of surprise, to heal divisions between police and young people.
Baltimore PD Commissioner: Increased Violence 'Is Not The New Normal'Baltimore Police Department Commissioner Kevin Davis is assuring the public that an uptick of violence in Baltimore is "not the new normal."