- Baltimore police body camera rollout later than planned Updated: May-05-16 2:15 pm
BALTIMORE - Baltimore police officers will start wearing body cameras about a month later than originally announced.
- Former Baltimore mayor holds back concession in primary Updated: May-03-16 5:01 pm
BALTIMORE - Former Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon says she wants to get a final vote count from last week's mayoral primary and isn't conceding an election that was held about a year after Freddie Gray's death and unrest in the city.
- Maryland primary guide: Van Hollen, Pugh clinch key wins Updated: Apr-26-16 11:45 pm
Maryland congressman Chris Van Hollen won the Democratic nomination for the U.S. Senate seat currently held by Democrat Barbara Mikulski on Tuesday in a polarizing battle over race and gender.
- 2 front-runners face off in Baltimore mayoral race Updated: Apr-22-16 5:47 pm
BALTIMORE - Just one day ahead of the anniversary of the worst riot Baltimore had seen in more than 40 years, its residents will head to the polls to determine who will lead the city for the next four years.
- Freddie Gray, 1 year later: What has changed in Baltimore? Updated: Apr-19-16 11:30 am
BALTIMORE - When Freddie Gray died April 19, 2015, and riots erupted, Baltimore and its residents were forced to confront issues that had plagued them for decades, community leader Ericka Alston said.
- Baltimore Councilman Nick Mosby drops out of mayoral race Updated: Apr-13-16 1:56 pm
BALTIMORE - The husband of the Maryland state's attorney who is prosecuting six police officers charged in Freddie Gray's death is dropping out of the race to be Baltimore's mayor.
- Maryland legislature passes criminal justice reform bill Updated: Apr-11-16 8:35 pm
ANNAPOLIS, Maryland - The General Assembly gave final passage Monday to a comprehensive reform of Maryland's criminal justice system, while a tax-relief plan and a bill to provide sick days for employees of companies with at least 15 employees appeared to be stalled with only hours left in the session.