Wiping Out Baltimore's Most Violent Gang Remains A Top PriorityThe Black Guerilla Family is behind hundreds of murders in Baltimore City and remains a top priority of police and prosecutors.
Man Shot While Sitting In Car, Baltimore Police SayCity police are investigating after a man is shot while sitting in his car in Baltimore on Tuesday night.
2 Baltimore Police Impersonators Arrested; 2 At LargeAuthorities say they have arrested two of the four suspects who impersonated Baltimore Police officers and targeted drivers over the weekend.
Police Car Bursts Into Flames In The WJZ Parking LotA parked police cruiser catches fire just outside of the WJZ newsroom.
Baltimore FOP Responds After Lieutenant's Controversial CommentsBaltimore's police union is distancing itself from the lieutenant who made highly controversial comments about Black Lives Matter protesters.
Man Injured In Struggle With Baltimore Police Acquitted On All ChargesA man seriously injured during an encounter with Baltimore City Police inside Power Plant Live is now acquitted on all charges against him.
Police Lt. Suspended After 'Thugs of Baltimore' Email SurfacesA Baltimore Police lieutenant and police union leader has been suspended after an email he sent to union members surfaced, denigrating protesters as "thugs," sources confirmed to WJZ.
Police Charge Man In Death of 7-year-old Following Crash In BaltimoreBaltimore Police have charged a man with manslaughter following the death of a 7-year-old boy in Baltimore.
Baltimore Police Attempting to ID Possible Sex Assault SuspectPolice are asking for the public's help in identifying a person of interest in connection to a sex assault in Baltimore.
Teen Shot In the Buttocks In BaltimoreCity police are investigating after a teen is shot in the buttocks in Baltimore on Tuesday night.
PETA Offers $5K Reward After Dog Is Set On Fire In BaltimoreA $5,000 reward is being offered for information leading to an arrest in the gruesome burning of a dog in Baltimore in July.
Report: Baltimore Police Internal Probes Rarely Find FaultA newspaper reports that Baltimore Police Department internal affairs investigations rarely conclude that officers used excessive force.