Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan on Wednesday pulled 3,000 National Guard troops from Baltimore, ending a state of emergency he had imposed during rioting over the death of Freddie Gray.
In her first visit to Baltimore since riots roiled the city, Attorney General Loretta Lynch on Tuesday met with community members and law enforcement officials in an effort to help ease tensions.
We spoke with WFPD chief of police Manuel Borrego to get his thoughts on last weeks riots that broke out in Baltimore.
A photo depicting the current reality of Baltimore streets has been called everything from "cute" to "heartwarming," but the person who snapped the picture says she still views the viral photo as heartbreaking.
The six police officers involved in Freddie Gray's arrest have been charged, one of them with murder, after his death of a mysterious spinal injury he suffered in police custody was ruled a homicide.
Protests over the death of Freddie Gray stretched coast to coast late Wednesday, with thousands of people across the country rallying for the 25-year-old Baltimore man who died after suffering a spinal cord injury in police custody.
Students and community members will gather and pray for peace, the residents of Baltimore, and our nation as the protests and rioting continues.
You know the Baltimore mom who went to the riot, found her son and lit into him with her right hand? Well, Toya Graham said Tuesday she did it because she didn't want her son to become another Freddie Gray.
Baltimore wakes to ashes and broken glass on Tuesday morning following violent clashes and looting which left Freddie Gray's community in tatters.
The family of Freddie Gray condemned the rioting which broke out in Baltimore overnight, saying they were "appalled" that protests over Grey's death had descended into chaos.
A mother was spotted in the midst of a chaotic scene Monday in Baltimore reminding her son who is boss.
Demonstrators take to the streets for a fourth straight day, demanding answers in the police custody death of Freddie Gray.
A 27-year-old Baltimore man died Sunday a week after an encounter with police that left him with a severed spine, according to a lawyer for his family.
The Baltimore city government is on a path to financial ruin and must enact major reforms to stave off bankruptcy.
Celebrations erupt after Ravens' Super Bowl win.