Are they ready for the worst? With the trial coming up for the six officers charged in connection with Freddie Gray’s death, Baltimore City leaders reassured the community that they’re working to stop potential unrest.
The race for mayor of Baltimore is now a field of four. Two candidates have announced they will run and two more have actually filed with the Board of Elections.
Getting away with murder in Baltimore. It’s happening all too often. A shockingly low number of those crimes are being solved.
It was a peaceful answer to violence on Saturday when thousands streamed into Druid Hill Park for the “Unity in the Community” Festival.
Struggling to combat crime. With homicide rates on trend to surpass record numbers the city saw in May, the mayor and new police commissioner roll out new initiatives.
Rising violence has led to harsh criticism of Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake. Her predecessor, Sheila Dixon, wasted no time calling her a failed leader. It’s the latest shot in the battle for City Hall, with a primary still months away.
A bystander threw water on Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake while she was speaking at an event at Mondawmin Mall.
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake announced a change of command within the Baltimore Police Department on Wednesday– firing Police Commissioner Anthony Batts.
Baltimore’s 2016 election is suddenly getting attention, as former mayor Sheila Dixon declares herself a candidate, running against incumbent Stephanie Rawlings-Blake in the Democratic primary race for mayor.
Former Mayor Sheila Dixon announced Wednesday she will be throwing her name into the ring for Baltimore city’s mayoral election in 2016.
Tempers are flaring between Baltimore’s mayor and the city police union. At issue–whether she gave orders that put officers in danger during the riot in April.
WJZ has learned former mayor Sheila Dixon wants her old job back and is seriously considering running again for Baltimore mayor.