Trial Date Set For Baltimore Officers Charged In Freddie Gray's DeathA trial date is set. The six Baltimore police officers charged in connection with the death of Freddie Gray will go to court October 13.
DEA Using Billboards To Help Identify Pharmacy Looting SuspectsThe Drug Enforcement Administration is hoping a billboard campaign will help them identify looting suspects during April's riots.
New Website Documents Civil Unrest In BaltimoreThe Maryland Historical Society has unveiled a new website that features photographs, videos and oral histories from the recent civil unrest in Baltimore following the death of Freddie Gray.
Officials Delay Meeting On Authorizing $20M Riot ResponseA Maryland board meeting where officials were to consider authorizing $20 million in state rainy day funds to pay for April's response to rioting in Baltimore has been postponed.
Sen. Cardin To Attend Discussion On Baltimore UnrestSen. Ben Cardin is scheduled to attend a discussion with members of communities directly affected by rioting in Baltimore after the death of Freddie Gray.
Washington County Sheriff's Office Buys $68K In Riot GearThe Washington County Sheriff's Office has bought $68,000 in riot gear, saying the recent unrest in Baltimore was too close to home to ignore.
Baltimore Gets Bloodier As Arrests Drop Post-Freddie GrayA 31-year-old woman and a young boy were shot in the head Thursday, becoming Baltimore's 37th and 38th homicide victims so far this month, the city's deadliest in 15 years.
City OKs $20M To Help Cover Cost Of Baltimore UnrestIt's been one month since Baltimore's riots and we're starting to get an idea how much the city's response cost taxpayers.
Fund Formed To Aid Baltimore Businesses Hurt By RiotsBaltimore's economic development arm is seeking to raise $15 million to help businesses recover from riots and looting sparked by the death of Freddie Gray.
Orioles' Return Launches Big Sports Week In BaltimoreAs the Baltimore Orioles prepared to play before their home fans for the first time in two weeks, the sights and sounds around Camden Yards on a lovely Monday afternoon were all about baseball.
Va. Lawmaker Criticized For Facebook Post About Baltimore UnrestA Virginia legislator is being criticized for posting a photo of a snarling police dog along with a reference to unrest in Baltimore.