Gov. Hogan Says He's Still Waiting For 'Thank You' From Mayor SRBGovernor Larry Hogan had a few words for outgoing Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake on Thursday.
One Year After Baltimore Unrest, DOJ Still Looking For Arson, Armed Robbery SuspectsThere were more than 60 buildings set on fire during last year's unrest. Several people have been arrested, but federal agents are still investigating several others.
CVS Damaged In Baltimore Riots Rises From The AshesA significant part of the Penn North community has reopened after burning down nearly a year ago during April's unrest. The CVS is now open for business following a major renovation.
Baltimore Businesses OK'd For $165K In Riot Recovery LoansThe U.S. Small Business Administration has approved more than $165,000 in economic injury loans to help 38 Baltimore-area small businesses and nonprofits recover from civil unrest related to the death of Freddie Gray.
Grant To Help Schools' Recovery Effort After Baltimore RiotsThe scars of the riots and violence are still painful in West Baltimore, where five schools -- including Freddie Gray's elementary school -- received money for social workers and psychologists.
Baltimore Co. Won't Seek Reimbursement For Riot AssistanceBaltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz says the county will not seek $257,000 in reimbursement from the city of Baltimore for police and fire assistance during the unrest following the death of Freddie Gray.
2nd Report Released On April's Unrest In BaltimoreA new report was released Friday from researchers at The Johns Hopkins University evaluates how Baltimore City prepared for and responded to April's unrest.
Baltimore Leaders To Block $2M For Legal Fees In Police CaseLeaders on Baltimore's City Council say they'll block the mayor's $2 million proposal for outside lawyers to represent the city during the U.S. Justice Department's investigation of the police force.
93 Percent Of Riot-Damaged Businesses Back On Their FeetSeven months after the Freddie Gray riots, the Baltimore Development Corporation (BDC) reports 93% of businesses damaged by looters are back on their feet.
Man Facing Federal Arson Charges From Riots Pleads Not GuiltyA teenager accused of setting a police car on fire and causing an explosion in the Penn-North neighborhood has pleaded not guilty to federal arson charges.
Baltimore Man Charged In Connection To Arson During Baltimore RiotsAnother suspect has been federally charged in connection to an arson during the Baltimore Riots.
Baltimore Riots Arson Suspect Appears In Federal CourtFederal agencies promising to track down looters and arsonists from April's riots have charged another suspect.
21-Year-Old Man Charged With Arson During Baltimore RiotsA Baltimore man has been federally charged with arson in connection to the Baltimore riots in April.
Baltimore Running Festival Registration No. Fall By 10%The number of people who've signed up for the race has dropped.
Man Who Set Drug Store On Fire During Riots Pleads GuiltyThe man facing charges after he set a Baltimore CVS on fire during the riots has pleaded guilty on Wednesday morning, to the federal crime of rioting, including the CVS arson located on Pennsylvania Avenue.