Appeals Court Blocks Suit Against Baltimore State's AttorneyA federal appeals court has blocked a lawsuit against the Baltimore state's attorney filed by officers who say she maliciously prosecuted them in the death of a black man who suffered a fatal spinal injury in custody.
How Much Has Changed In Baltimore Since The 1968 Riots?Fifty years ago this month, the fight for equality took over the street of Baltimore during an uprising that killed six, injured hundreds more and left $12 million in damages.
Some Rounds Of Ammo From Baltimore Unrest Can't Be Accounted ForMaryland National Guard officials have acknowledged hundreds of rounds of ammunition distributed during unrest in Baltimore can't be accounted for.
Officer Charged In Freddie Gray Case Switches Departments To Internal AffairsSgt. Alicia White, who was charged with manslaughter in the death of Freddie Gray, is moving to the Baltimore Police Department's Internal Affairs Division.
Baltimore Police Release Full Case File For Freddie Gray's Death InvestigationThe Baltimore City Police Department has released the full case file in the investigation into Freddie Gray's death.
Court Asked To Stop Suit Against Prosecutor In Man's DeathA lawyer for Baltimore's top prosecutor asked a federal appeals court Wednesday to dismiss a lawsuit by five police officers who claim she maliciously prosecuted them in the death of a black man gravely injured in police custody.
Efforts To Prosecute Police In Custody Death Fizzle OutThe U.S. Department of Justice in September declined to bring federal civil rights charges against the six officers — three white and three black — meaning none of them could be held criminally responsible for Gray's death.
Prosecutions Over, 6 Baltimore Officers Charged In Gray's Death Back At WorkAll six officers who were charged in the arrest and death of Freddie Gray case are back on duty today.