$27M Demolition Underway At Baltimore City Detention CenterThe Baltimore City Detention Center, where gang members once ruled, will be removed, but some of the building's historic architecture will be spared.
Jury Awards Former Detainee Daquan Wallace $25 Million In Jail Beating CaseThe lawsuit says at least three correctional officers allowed gang members to attack Daquan Wallace while he was a detainee in Baltimore. His lawyer says Wallace now uses a wheelchair and cannot talk.
Maryland Spending Board OKs $27M To Tear Down Old Baltimore Jail BuildingsThe Board of Public Works voted 3-0 for the contract with Towson Mechanical Inc., which is based in Parkton, Maryland.
Board To Take Up $27.5M Deal To Demolish Old Baltimore JailA Maryland board is scheduled to consider a $27.5 million proposal to tear down nearly 40 structures that were part of the correctional complex at the closed Baltimore City Detention Center
New State Youth Detention Center Replaces City Facility Shut Down Two Years AgoThe new state youth detention center has opened in Baltimore and it replaces the Baltimore City Detention Center that was shut down two years ago.
City's 'No. 1 Trigger Puller' Back In Custody After Accidental ReleaseOutrage in Baltimore City as a man police once dubbed the city's "number one trigger puller," is accidentally released from jail. This afternoon - plenty of questions remain unanswered.
Gov. Hogan: Baltimore City Detention Center To Shut Down, Effective ImmediatelyA troubled jail is shut down. The governor makes a bold move and closes the notorious Baltimore City Detention Center.
Man Charged With Attempted Murder In BaltimoreA 21-year-old man was arrested and charged for attempted murder following a shooting incident earlier this week.
Feds: Baltimore Jail Illegally Keeping Juveniles In SolitaryTeenagers awaiting trial on adult charges in Baltimore are being kept in solitary confinement for far too long -- up to 143 days in one case, according to a highly critical review by the U.S. Justice Department's Division of Civil Rights.
2 Former Correctional Officers Sentenced n Baltimore Jail Racketeering ConspiracyTwo former correctional officers were sentenced for their involvement in a racketeering conspiracy in which they smuggled drugs and other contraband for members of the Black Guerilla Family gang inside several correctional facilities.
Senate OKs Requiring Polygraph For New Correctional OfficersThe Maryland Senate has voted unanimously to require incoming correctional officers to pass a polygraph exam.
Inmate At Center Of Baltimore Jail Scandal Gets 12 Year SentenceTwelve years in prison. That's the punishment for Tavon White--the inmate accused of running a drugs, sex and corruption scheme from behind the bars of the Baltimore City jail.
Baltimore Homicide Suspect Charged With First-Degree MurderBaltimore City police have arrested and charged a man in the shooting death of another man.
Baltimore Shooting Suspect Arrested And ChargedThe Baltimore City Police Department has arrested and charged a man with attempted first degree murder.
3 Prison Workers Indicted For Smuggling Phones & ContrabandIt's happened again. Three prison workers are indicted on charges of smuggling cell phones and contraband inside Baltimore City jails.