Baltimore FOP On Violence: City Is Short 500 Officers, Blames Police LeadershipThe Baltimore Police Fraternal Order of Police is responding after a violent weekend saying the city police department remains short 500 officers. They also criticized Police Commissioner Michael Harrison's leadership.
All Baltimore Squad Cars Held For Sexual Assault Investigation Returned To ServiceAll 115 Baltimore police patrol cars taken out of service amid an investigation into a reported rape possibly involving one of the department's officers have been returned to service.
Baltimore Police Pull 115 Patrol Vehicles After Allegation Of Sexual Assault Possibly Involving OfficerBaltimore Police Department is investigating an allegation of sexual assault that involved an unnamed member of the department.
Honoring Maryland's First Responders: Fallen Heroes DayFirst responders who died on the job were remembered Friday in Baltimore County as public safety officers from all over the State gather for Fallen Heroes Day.
Officers' Lawsuit Against Mosby Could Have Unprecedented ImpactThe lawsuit that five Baltimore City police officers brought against Marilyn Mosby could have an unprecedented impact on her office.
Two Officers Charged After A Video Catches Student Being SlappedA Baltimore schools police officer has been charged after cellphone video surfaced showing him slapping and kicking a teen at a school.
Three Aberdeen Police Officers Injured In Early Morning Traffic StopTense moments in Harford County after three police officers were hurt in a wild traffic stop and arrest---and all three ended up in the hospital.
Attorneys For Officers In Freddie Gray Case Heading Back To CourtAttorneys for the officers accused in the April death of Freddie Gray head back to court Tuesday. Several more key issues in the case will be under consideration.
WJZ Sound Off: Should Freddie Gray Trials Be Moved Out Of Baltimore?Just last week, a judge ordered the six officers charged in Freddie Gray's death to have separate trials. Later this week, a hearing will determine if those trials will remain in Baltimore or be moved to other locations.
Contract In Doubt For Officer-Screening Company In MarylandThe Maryland Department of Juvenile Services is reconsidering its contract with a psychological firm under investigation for allegedly cutting corners when screening police officers to determine their fitness for duty.
Psych Firm That Screens Baltimore Cops Under ReviewA psychological firm paid to evaluate troubled Baltimore police, including a lieutenant charged in the killing of Freddie Gray, is under investigation by the city and has been put on probation by the state police for cutting corners in its mental health screenings of officers.
All Defendants Plead Not Guilty In Freddie Gray CaseProsecutors say all six Baltimore police officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray have pleaded not guilty.
City Police In Western District Admit Responding Hasn't Been EasyTurning the tide. Homicides and shootings up dramatically in Baltimore after six city police officers are charged in the death of Freddie Gray. It's not an easy job, and it's even harder on the city's west side.
Maryland Pays Tribute To Its Fallen HeroesThe pipes, the bikes, the mounted patrols and every other aspect of public safety are represented here.
Marilyn Mosby's New Fame Brings Praise, CriticismThe sudden jump from prosecutor to the center of media attention has brought Marilyn Mosby praise and criticism.