A third faked police bodycam video that shows “questionable activity” prompted Baltimore prosecutors to dismiss dozens of criminal cases.
Crews in Baltimore worked overnight to remove four Confederate statues. Following city council approved on Monday evening, Mayor Catherine Pugh ordered their removal out of concern for the safety and security of the people of Baltimore. Historically, Maryland sided with the Union in the Civil War, 22,000 of its residents fought for the Confederacy. Statues […]
Cahree Myrick, 12, has become the first-ever individual national youth chess champion in Baltimore, Maryland after a major victory in his division at the United States Chess Federation SuperNationals.
Baltimore Orioles’ All-Star center fielder Adam Jones was cursed with racial slurs and had peanuts thrown at him Monday night at Fenway Park. Red Sox fans heckled Jones, who is one of only about 60 black players in Major League Baseball this year. Jones said, “It’s unfortunate that people need to resort to those type […]
A Baltimore teacher, who is White, said that Wells Fargo rejected her bank card designed with the words "Black Lives Matter" and an image of a raised fist. She added that a customer service rep said the company didn't want to be associated with any "antisocial and offensive" organizations.
A Howard County high school teacher who was placed on administrative leave comes back after administrators investigate offensive lesson.
Baltimore Major Richard Gibson tried to save the life of a 1-month-old baby girl during a police protest over the weekend, but unfortunately, he failed.
Baltimore's mayor is asking the state for $30 million to pay for police reforms. Some of the spending would go toward an early warning system to identify patterns of police misconduct.
Maurette Brown-Clark steps in for Erica Campbell in this edition of Faith Walking. She shares about her church in Baltimore, where her pastor spoke about having faith when change comes around. “Every time God speaks, our faith should increase,” he said. The more that we trust and believe in God, the more room we make […]
The reality of Big Brother becomes more apparent every day. For the past year, the City of Baltimore and it’s police department, has secretly conducted aerial surveillance of a 30-square-mile area of the city. The technology uses a small plane with high-resolution cameras to track activity, including crimes, saving images and footage on hard drives. Ohio-based Persistent Surveillance […]
Baltimore County Police officials have not identified the officer who fatally shot Korryn Gaines. They have safety concerns for the officer.