After the protest and riots that followed Freddie Gray’s death last month, the T-shirts seemed to be everywhere: in the protesting crowds, on from the sidewalks of West Baltimore, and on cable news.
Netscape co-founder and his philanthropist wife plan to donate $170,000 in computers and equipment to a library that decided to stay open during the Baltimore riots following the death of Freddie Gray in police custody.
The Baltimore riots and the fires that came with them changed the lives of one Baltimore family. Their home caught fire, forcing a mother to rush to safety with her disabled son in her arms.
They normally work behind the walls of the prison, but now two corrections officers are facing criminal charges themselves. The two women are charged with looting a 7-Eleven during last month’s riots.
Accused of looting. Two Baltimore correctional officers face charges in connection to last month’s riots.
You saw the unforgettable images live on WJZ during the riots outside of Camden Yards. A Baltimore City teenager accused of smashing the windows of police cars is now out of jail.
The U.S. Small Business Administration has approved a Maryland request for a disaster declaration to enable people to apply for low-interest loans to repair damage in Baltimore caused by rioting.
Several groups of children’s rights advocates are banding together, asking school leaders to put the punishment on hold.
Some 114 officers were injured in the unrest. The events of the past several weeks have rattled many officers, who continue to come to work every day for a department that is facing changes.
During Baltimore’s state of emergency, law enforcement officers made a point of standing out and being seen–but not the FBI.
As we begin to navigate through, what will clearly be another Rodney King-esque event, Paul Viollis and legal analyst Vincent Ancona closely examine the plethora of issues that caused the city of Baltimore to erupt and burst into flames over the death of Freddie Gray while in police custody.
New signs of hope in West Baltimore. CVS–the neighborhood anchor store that was looted and burned by vandals–announces it will rebuild.