The U.S. Attorney for Maryland is marking National Police Week by thanking Baltimore police officers who serve with honor and integrity.
As we begin to navigate through, what will clearly be another Rodney King-esque event, Paul Viollis and legal analyst Vincent Ancona closely examine the plethora of issues that caused the city of Baltimore to erupt and burst into flames over the death of Freddie Gray while in police custody.
An Anne Arundel County police officer was arrested and charged with second degree assault and public intoxication after he allegedly bit a man’s testicles in Canton Tuesday.
Putting the city back together. Baltimore is continuing to recover.
One week after riots and violence rocked the city, Baltimore looks toward the future.
The demonstrations taking over the city have been peaceful these past few days.
Mondawmin Mall reopened Sunday at noon almost a week after riots and looting caused damage to the mall.
If anyone in Baltimore was hoping to see the Mayweather-Pacquiao fight tonight, looks like you’ll have to pay for it.
As Baltimore remains under a state of emergency and officials continue to uphold the curfew — more than three dozen were arrested Friday night fore breaking the law.
The stepfather of Freddie Gray says the family is satisfied with prosecutors charging six police officers involved in Gray’s arrest.
The president said justice must be served and all evidence must be presented in order to find out what happened to Freddie Gray.
“I am Donta Allen. I am the one who was in the van with Freddie Gray,” Allen said.