Baltimore’s mayor and police commissioner came in making big promises to the inner-city residents and police who spent decades staring each other down in neighborhoods ravaged by crack and heroin. But with each death of a black man in custody, their efforts to overcome mistrust have hit hard walls of skepticism and outrage.
Baltimore police come forward with new video and new information about Freddie Gray’s arrest.
Immediately after her press conference late Friday afternoon the mayor sat down with Mary Bubala to talk more in-depth about the issues surrounding the death of Freddie Gray and the national firestorm it’s ignited.
More protests, more concern and more questions about the death of Freddie Gray while in police custody.
Baltimore police are trying to be more transparent in their investigation into the death of Freddie Gray. They spoke Friday, as demonstrations continue across the city.
Freddie Gray will be laid to rest on Monday at a private funeral service in Baltimore.
Baltimore city police have identified the two people killed in a double shooting in a popular Canton shopping center Wednesday.
In an interview with WJZ, Police Commissioner Anthony Batts sits down with Mary Bubala for a first extensive sit-down interview on the Freddie Gray case.
Authorities say the death of missing Dundalk woman whose body was found at a Baltimore trash incineration facility has been ruled a homicide.
The lawyer for the family of Freddie Gray, a black man who died of spinal injuries he sustained during an arrest in Baltimore, said he believes the police had no reason to stop the man in the first place.
Freddie Gray died of a massive spinal injury. Police reveal new details about his arrest in West Baltimore, but they still are not saying when or how exactly the fatal injury happened.
Justice Department officials met with community members last night as part of a comprehensive analysis of city police and they got an earful.