$12.9M Paid On Insurance Claims For Baltimore Riot DamageThe Maryland Insurance Administration says insurance companies have paid $12.9 million in claims stemming from civil unrest in Baltimore linked to the death in April of Freddie Gray.
Long Road Ahead For Nonprofit Aimed At Helping Youths Post-RiotsMonths after Baltimore students clashed with police during riots, the city says it's making progress in helping those young people. But some parents and students say not enough is being done.
New Documents Show Cyber Hackers Struck Baltimore Days After RiotsIn the midst of a citywide curfew in the days after the riots, cyber hackers strike Baltimore. An attack shuts down the city website for nearly a day, adding to the mass confusion.
Documents Related To Unrest After Gray Death ReleasedIt's been three months since unrest took over the streets of Baltimore. Now we're getting an inside look at confusion at the top levels of Baltimore leadership.
Baltimore Tourism Still Hasn't Recovered From April RiotsNot the season they hoped for. Hotels across Baltimore are experiencing a summer slump. Many operators are pointing towards the April riots as the reason.
Horseshoe Casino Donates $50K To Help Businesses Affected By RiotsThe Horseshoe Casino wants to help businesses struggling to regain their footing after April's unrest.
SBA Receives Applications For Loans To Repair Riot DamageThe U.S. Small Business Administration says it has received 24 applications for loans to repair property damaged by rioting in Baltimore in April.
City Police Dept. Calling For Independent Investigation Into RiotsThe Baltimore City Police Department is calling for an independent investigation into how the department handled the riots in April.