The Enoch Pratt Free Library at Pennsylvania and North avenues in West Baltimore will receive a national leadership award for providing residents a safe haven during days of civil unrest after the death of Freddie Gray.
Federal officials have denied Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan’s request for a disaster declaration to let the city of Baltimore and the state recover millions of dollars in costs stemming from rioting that followed the police-involved death of Freddie Gray, officials said Friday.
FBI Director James Comey says officers must work to bridge a gap with the communities they protect.
Baltimore’s decision to save surveillance footage of Freddie Gray’s arrest and the unrest that followed has significantly reduced the storage capacity of some cameras on the city’s closed-circuit system, shrinking the time police have to save footage to help with other criminal investigations, a newspaper reported Friday.
A call for action generated thousands of dollars that will help some of the hardest hit areas during the Baltimore City unrest. Because of your generosity, the United Way announced it will award more than $500,000 to local agencies.
Spies in the skies. A new report reveals the staggering scope of government surveillance from the air, including several times during the recent unrest in Baltimore.
Students from the Sandtown-Winchester community have been asked to join Step Afrika! next week at Howard University.
It’s been one month since anti-police riots erupted in Baltimore and injured more than 100 city officers. Now Baltimore’s top cop reaches out to his ranks to tell them he let them down.
As the number of shootings in Baltimore continues to climb– police take new steps to turn around the rash of violence.
There are new questions about the curfew put in place by the mayor after the riots. Did she have the authority? And why was it for the entire city?
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.
Health and aging officials are launching a free shuttle to make sure Baltimore residents have access to food and other needs after shops were damaged and destroyed during rioting last week.