Top 10 National Stories of 2015The mystery surrounding the death of 25-year-old Baltimore resident Freddie Gray led to riots and protests that spread across the nation.
U.S. Attorney For Maryland Thanks Baltimore Police OfficersThe U.S. Attorney for Maryland is marking National Police Week by thanking Baltimore police officers who serve with honor and integrity.
Peaceful Baltimore Demonstrators Calling For Justice & PeaceThe demonstrations taking over the city have been peaceful these past few days.
Cleanup Efforts Continue After Monday's RiotSeveral cleanup efforts are still going on after this week's riot on Monday. One group saw its volunteer list morph from a handful of people to hundreds looking to give back to the city.
Bloods & Crips Say "United Is Key" For Freddie Gray JusticeProtesters rallying Saturday say they are gathering to stand up against police brutality.
Thousands Rejoice After Charges Filed In Freddie Gray's DeathNews of the charges generated an emotional response, especially in Freddie Gray's neighborhood.
Governor, Mayor React To Officers Charged In Freddie Gray InvestigationWhen Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby walked out to speak, no one was expecting the stunning news that was about to break.
Protests Continue For 12 Straight Days After Freddie Gray's DeathFor the twelfth straight day, they marched from across the city and met in the middle before marching to City Hall.
Streets Clear For 2nd Night Of CurfewMultiple police agencies and the National Guard are stationed around Baltimore to help keep order and enforce the city-wide curfew.
[Opinion] Pro: Empty-Stadium Game Is Uncharted TerritoryThis is unprecedented. Never before in Major League Baseball history has they been a game when the fans were shut out.
[Opinion] Con: Empty-Stadium Orioles Game An Embarrassment Of Historic ProportionsInstead of taking the opportunity to show our city’s resolve, we are caving. We are showing that we’ve been battered, pushed down to the ground and aren’t well enough to stand up yet.
Community Leaders Try To Diffuse Baltimore ViolenceThe eyes of the world are on Baltimore as we begin to recover from this violence.
Police Commissioner: Rioters 'Came Right Out Of The High Schools'City Police Commissioner Anthony Batts told reporters late Monday night that a bulk of the rioters who pelted officers with rocks and bricks, inciting a massive display of looting and vandalism across parts of West Baltimore were area high schoolers.
Huge Fires Burn Downtown Baltimore Buildings Shortly After Riots
Former Md. Gov. O'Malley: Saddened By Baltimore's PainFormer governor of Maryland and mayor of Baltimore, Martin O'Malley, is speaking out about the death of Freddie Gray and the ongoing protesting and rioting.