Judge Denies DOJ Request To Postpone Consent Decree HearingA judge has denied the U.S. Justice Department’s request to postpone hearing on the proposal to overhaul the Baltimore Police Department.
State Offering Programs To Help With RecidivismA new push from the Maryland U.S. Attorney's office wants to help ex-offenders from ending up back in prison.
Lawmakers Seek Update On Baltimore Consent Decree ProgressFederal lawmakers want an update on the Department of Justice's negotiations with Baltimore officials on policing reforms.
MSU to Try to Heal the Divide Between Police and the CommunityBaltimore City police have partnered with Morgan State University to try and heal the divide between police and the community.
Group Wants Baltimore Consent Decree to End 'Stop And Frisk'A Baltimore legal support group says a consent decree between city police and the Department of Justice should include an end to stop-and-frisk practices and changes to the department's use of force policies.
Ex-Federal Worker Sentenced For Traveling With MinorA former Department of Justice employee has been sentenced for interstate travel with intent to engage in a sex act with a minor.
Dept. Of Justice Meets With Residents In West BaltimoreDepartment of Justice officials have kept their promise, meeting with residents in West Baltimore who want a say in how the department should change.
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.
DOJ Report: Baltimore Police Discriminate Against Black People, Use Excessive ForceThe federal investigation was launched after the April 2015 death of Freddie Gray.
Justice Department: Baltimore Police 'Violated Civil Rights, Conducted Unlawful Stops'The Department of Justice is expected to release a report on Wednesday that the Baltimore Police Department routinely violated civil rights
Wanted: Federal Prosecutors Willing To Work For FreeFor an aspiring prosecutor, a recent job posting for a special assistant U.S. attorney in Sacramento might appear perfect at first glance.
Fortuneteller Admits to Stealing Money to Lift 'Curses' A fortuneteller has pleaded guilty to committing mail fraud and stealing more than $1 million from her former clients in exchange for "lifting their curse."