Baltimore City Police are investigating a shooting after a man was shot in the stomach on Friday afternoon.
Baltimore police are investigating three shootings from Saturday night.
Baltimore police say they aren’t giving up on finding the person responsible for the death of a three-year-old girl, shot and killed outside her home over the summer. A man thought to have been involved in the shooting is now out of jail while the real shooter walks the streets.
Baltimore Police are investigating the death of a woman found lying in an alley on New Years Eve.
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Right now, Baltimore City officer Andrew Groman remains in stable condition as questions persist about whether the man accused of shooting him should have been on the streets. And there’s more controversy surrounding the commissioner’s comments.
Police brutality has become a hot button issue nationwide. Wednesday night, a Baltimore mother and others took the fight for change right to the top: the group is in Washington DC to meet with President Barack Obama.
Cell phone video captured intense moments between a woman recording an arrest and a Baltimore City police office her attorneys say use offensive language towards the woman; they also say she was Tasered two times. Now we hear for the first time the woman’s account of that night and her demand for the officers to be fired.
The mayor and Baltimore City police commissioner say they have made good on a year-long promise to reduce crime across the city and build better relationships between police and the community they serve and they have numbers to prove their strategic plan is working.
The family of a Baltimore man fatally shot by police has filed a wrongful-death lawsuit, alleging that he wasn’t posing a threat and that most of the bullets hit him in the back or buttocks.
Rebuilding America’s trust in police. Monday, President Barack Obama announced tens of millions of dollars to help put body cameras on police officers. It’s a hot button issue in Balitmore.
The American Civil Liberties Union is accusing the Baltimore Police Department of using invasive surveillance technology.