Baltimore Photographer Devin Allen's Love Of City Inspires Award-Winning ImageryWhen you're walking around Baltimore with Devin Allen, you can't help but see things differently.
Baltimore City Reaches $3.5M Settlement With Businesses Damaged In Wake Of Freddie Gray's DeathBaltimore City has agreed to pay $3.5 million to settle a lawsuit brought by business owners whose businesses were damaged during the unrest that ensued in the wake of the 2015 death of Freddie Gray.
WJZ Presents 'A Talk About Race,' A Town Hall On Race RelationsHosted by anchors Vic Carter and Rick Ritter, this town hall brings together a panel of community leaders for a candid conversation about race and its impact on our daily lives.
'This Is Bigger Than Freddie Gray' Coppin State Development Foundation Announces $25K Freddie Gray ScholarshipThe Coppin State Development Foundation announced that they have created a $25,000 scholarship in the memory of Freddie Gray.
City Calls Its Response To 2015 Unrest Following Death Of Freddie Gray A 'Success' In Court FilingsNew details are emerging in court documents surrounding how Baltimore City officials responded to the 2015 unrest following the death of Freddie Gray.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan Talks About Surviving Cancer, Baltimore Riots And COVID-19 Pandemic In New MemoirThe Republican Maryland governor also is eyeing a White House Run in 2024.
'Its Our Story': New Book Explores Aftermath Of Freddie Gray's Death From Eyewitness AccountsThe days after Freddie Gray's death are the focus of a new book by author Wes Moore and journalist and co-author Erica Green.
George Floyd Death: Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan Says It's Not Fair To Compare With Freddie Gray CaseThe death of George Floyd in Minneapolis drew comparisons to the 2015 death of Freddie Gray in Baltimore, but Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan said he doesn't believe it's a fair comparison.
Marilyn Mosby Defends Decision To Quickly Charge Officers In Freddie Gray Case After Attorney Compares It With George Floyd InvestigationBaltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby defended her decision to quickly charge the officers involved in the Freddie Gray case after Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman, who is handling the George Floyd investigation in Minnesota, drew comparisons between the two cases.
'You Can't Fix This Overnight': Five Years After Freddie Gray Riots, Baltimore Residents Say Not Much Has ChangedThis week marks five years since the uprising in Baltimore after Freddie Gray's funeral.
Latest Baltimore Police Recruits Meet Commissioner As They Near End Of TrainingA new class of recruits for the Baltimore Police Department met their soon-to-be boss Monday afternoon.
Donald Trump Tweeted He Could 'Fix' Baltimore Fast During 2015 Baltimore Uprising, Alleged Corruption In The CityIn a series of tweets from 2015 during the Baltimore uprising following Freddie Gray's death in police custody, Trump said that then-President Barack Obama wasn't doing enough to fix the city.
BPD Launches Digital Recruitment Campaign In Effort To Attract 'New Generation' Of Officers, Lower CrimeThe department said the campaign is designed to attract a more diverse group of officers from within the city in addition to increased recruiting for its updated cadet program.
Friend Of Freddie Gray Killed 4 Years After Gray's DeathJuan Grant was shot to death Saturday.
Retired BPD Sergeant Indicted Also Being Sued For 2010 Drug Plant IncidentRetired Baltimore Sergeant Keith Gladstone has been indicted and faces federal charges that he planted a BB gun on a man and asked witnesses to lie.