Only On WJZ: Mother Of Suspect Killed In NE Baltimore Speaks; 2 Officers Still Recovering After Being ShotThe mother of an armed man killed when police attempted to serve a warrant on him in northeast Baltimore on Wednesday has questions about the circumstances that led to her son's death.
Baltimore Leaders Responded To Gov. Hogan's Comments Calling Squeegee Kids A Deterrent To TourismNearly 300 complaints about squeegee kids have been phoned in to the police already this year.
Baltimore Police Chief Of Public Information Chief Matt Jablow ResignsThe Chief of Public Information in the Baltimore City Police Department has resigned.
5 Killed, 10 Injured In Weekend Shootings Across BaltimoreAnother violent weekend in Baltimore. Five people were killed and 10 were injured in shootings throughout the weekend across the city.
118 Fugitives Arrested In Baltimore After Joint Police OperationBaltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison announced Wednesday the arrests of 118 people after a fugitive warrant roundup.
Councilman Zeke Cohen Pushes For Baltimore To Become 'Trauma Responsive City'At the corner of Gusryan and Boston Street, City Councilman Zeke Cohen joined Police Commissioner Michael Harrison in the fight to turn Baltimore into a trauma-responsive city.
'Small Number Of Tasks To Complete' In BPD Detective Sean Suiter's Death Investigation, Police SayThe Baltimore Police Department Friday said there are "a small number of tasks" to complete in their investigation of former Detective Sean Suiter's death, despite the department calling the case closed earlier this week.
Council President Scott: BPD Recruitment Effort Showing 'Optimistic Signs'A digital recruitment campaign the Baltimore Police Department launched in July to address its significant shortage of officers is showing some positive early signs, city council president Brandon Scott said Thursday.
Nearly Three Quarters Of Baltimoreans Support Controversial Surveillance Plane, Poll FindsA new survey shows nearly three-quarters of Baltimore residents are in favor of a controversial surveillance plane designed to help the city fight crime from the air.
Mayor Young Says FOP Is 'Wasting Ink' With Its Criticism Of Police Commissioner's Crime PlanBaltimore Mayor Jack Young had some choice words of the leaders of the Fraternal Order of Police after they criticized the police commissioner's crime plan.
City Leaders, Hogan To Meet To Set Violent Crime Reduction Goals After Governor Pledges $21M In SupportA day after Gov. Larry Hogan pledged an additional $21 million in funding to help Baltimore address violent crime if the city met certain benchmarks, Mayor Bernard C. "Jack" Young said he and the governor will meet to go over specifics in the coming weeks.
Hogan Offers Millions For Baltimore Crime Reduction, Calls For End To 'Status Quo'Gov. Larry Hogan Tuesday said he's prepared to offer Baltimore an additional $21 million in state support to help fight crime in the city if leaders submit quarterly reports outlining their progress in making the city safer.
ACLU Calls Surveillance Plane Over Baltimore 'A Privacy Nightmare'The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) said Wednesday that a surveillance plane over Baltimore would be, "a privacy nightmare come to life."
Gov. Hogan To Meet With Mayor Jack Young, Commissioner Michael Harrison Amid String Of Violent Crime In BaltimoreGov. Larry Hogan is set to come to Baltimore to meet with Mayor Jack Young and Police Commissioner Michael Harrison on Friday afternoon.
Baltimore Police FOP: There's Not Enough Officers To Respond To 911 Calls In 'Dangerous City'The group that represents Baltimore city police officers says that Baltimore is a dangerous city for its residents and its officers.