There are charges that Baltimore City has broken its promise to clean up the harbor. The city pledged $1 billion to stop sewage leaks from pouring into the water.
Crowds come out for a “Stop the Violence” rally and basketball game in West Baltimore.
A man dies while in police custody in Northeast Baltimore. Officers say he resisted arrest, then had a medical emergency. But witnesses at the scene have a different account.
An overnight shooting turns into a homicide in the city. Police say it happened on Gough Street.
A teenager is among two people shot amid a summer of violence in Baltimore City.
Gangs and guns. Those are the targets for Baltimore City Police as a violent summer continues to grip the city.
City police are investigating yet another shooting–this time in Southeast Baltimore.
The mayor’s plans are already drawing stiff criticism for city residents living in neighborhoods plagued with violence.
Taking to the streets. Hundreds of Baltimore men gather for a ten mile march to stop the violence in our community. This–as two more people are murdered in Baltimore.
Baltimore City Police are battling an escalating crime problem on the streets. And now, community leaders are coming together to help.
We are just hours away from the big Fourth of July celebration at the Inner Harbor and while all eyes will be on the fireworks, police will have extra eyes on the crowds.
City homeowners and businesses will see a spike in their water bills to the tune of 15 percent. City leaders say they need to repair the aging pipes and water mains.