New State Youth Detention Center Replaces City Facility Shut Down Two Years AgoThe new state youth detention center has opened in Baltimore and it replaces the Baltimore City Detention Center that was shut down two years ago.
3 Md. Juveniles Arrested for Armed CarjackingBaltimore City Police arrested three juveniles Thursday for an armed carjacking that occurred last Saturday.
Minimum-Security Possible For Juvenile Lifers Under New RuleA new state policy could mean that inmates serving life sentences for childhood crimes may be considered for minimum-security facilities.
2 Juveniles Hospitalized After Being Struck By Car In Baltimore Co.A pedestrian accident is under investigation in Baltimore County.
Several Students Arrested After Fight At AACO High SchoolA fight breaks out at an Anne Arundel County high school leading to eight arrests. Tracey Leong has the details.
4 Juveniles Arrested For Vehicle Tampering In Anne Arundel CountyFour juveniles were arrested early Tuesday morning after police received reports of multiple individuals tampering with vehicles.
2 Juveniles Arrested After Teen Was Cut With A Belt In BaltimorePolice in Baltimore say two juveniles have been arrested after a 17-year-old was cut on the face.
Rehiring Sought For Fired Youth Center Teachers Lawmakers from western Maryland are seeking the rehiring of ten teachers who were dismissed last month from the state's juvenile justice system.
Fight Between Teens Ends With Deadly Stabbing In Middle RiverPolice are investigating a deadly stabbing in Middle River.
New Md. Task Force For Juvenile Offenses Meeting For First TimeA new Maryland task force that will review the best practices for handling offenses committed by juveniles is holding its first meeting.
Report: Most Youths Charged As Adults Are BlackClose to 85 percent of teens charged with adult crimes in the Baltimore region are black, according to a snapshot of recent data from local jails in the city and its surrounding counties.
4 Juveniles Charged In Urbana Garage FiresFrederick County authorities say they have charged four 16-year-old boys with second-degree arson in a series of fires in the unincorporated community of Urbana.