Two Baltimore City police officers on the front lines of the Baltimore Riots speak to WJZ about that violent night.
Baltimore battles back against one of its deadliest months in decades. Some of May’s rash of killings are still unsolved, including the murder of a mother and her 7-year-old son. Now city police hit the neighborhood full force.
Small business owners are still having trouble bouncing back from damage and looting from April’s unrest. Now some are starting to get the financial boost that could make all the difference.
FBI Director James Comey says officers must work to bridge a gap with the communities they protect.
It’s the pinnacle of urban leadership. This weekend, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake will be named President of the U.S. Conference of Mayors.
The crime is so brutal, it’s sending shock waves through Baltimore–a robbery where Bloods gang members tied up and strangled a 16-year-old and then set her body on fire.
More insight from two Baltimore City police officers. They are speaking out, but concealing their identity to talk about what it’s like on the streets since the death of Freddie Gray.
The surge in violence is taking a physical and emotional toll. The number of children shot has increased more than 600 percent compared to last year.
Bullet shells mark the spot where police say an officer opened fire and shot a suspect in the face.
City police are investigating after a 13-year-old boy was found shot on Sunday night.
Off the heels of one of the deadliest months in the Baltimore in decades, people gather to fight crime– but this time with prayer
Is the theft of prescription drugs really to blame for Baltimore’s deadliest month in a generation? The commissioner links them to the alarming rise violence.