Eight correctional officers and six detainees were injured Sunday night at the Baltimore Pre-Trial Complex.
A frightening scene in Northwest Baltimore. City police in riot gear face off with a large crowd of people gathering to watch illegal dirt bikes.
Just-released emails reveal the extent of the confusion at City Hall as Baltimore burned during the April riots. But are we better prepared today?
In the three months since the riots, we’ve heard from community leaders, politicians and neighbors.
Police departments in central Maryland and the Washington area are seeking reimbursements for helping Baltimore police during the city’s April riots.
Maryland is appealing the federal government’s denial of disaster aid to help the state and Baltimore recover millions of dollars in riot-related costs.
A Maryland board meeting where officials were to consider authorizing $20 million in state rainy day funds to pay for April’s response to rioting in Baltimore has been postponed.
Throughout the riots and looting that overtook our city during the Freddie Gray protests, several businesses stayed open despite the danger. The PNC Foundation is now recognizing one of those businesses located in the hardest hit area.
The government’s first estimate of damage from rioting last month in Baltimore puts the cost at $9 million.
Rebuilding after the riots. That’s what a lot of locally-owned businesses or doing or debating after last week’s riots in Baltimore.
President Obama comments on Baltimore’s state of emergency, saying there’s no excuse for the kind of violence we saw Monday.
After a riot in September, the Recher Theatre in Towson was facing some stiff penalties and possibly the loss of its liquor license.