Driving drunk: Bishop who killed cyclist is denied parole

JESSUP, Md. (AP) — A former Episcopal bishop who struck and killed a cyclist in Baltimore while driving drunk will remain in prison after the Maryland Parole Commission rejected her plea for early rel...

Trump objections don't stop overhaul of Baltimore police

BALTIMORE (AP) — A federal judge has approved an agreement negotiated under the Obama administration to overhaul the troubled Baltimore police force, sweeping aside objections from the Trump Justice D...

Justice Department cites Baltimore police reform 'concerns'

BALTIMORE (AP) — The Trump Justice Department expressed "grave concerns" about an agreement the Obama administration reached with the city of Baltimore to overhaul its police department in the wake of...

Baltimore residents to comment on plan to overhaul police

BALTIMORE (AP) — Hundreds of Baltimore residents are expected to show up to offer commentary, critiques and recommendations regarding a proposed agreement to overhaul the city's troubled police force....

SWAT body camera captures dramatic scene of hostage standoff

BALTIMORE (AP) — Body camera video captured a scene rarely made public: a Baltimore SWAT supervisor ordering an officer to kill a man holding two children hostage with a knife. While the video is jarr...

Baltimore police show jarring footage of police shooting

BALTIMORE (AP) — Body cameras have captured a scene rarely made public: a Baltimore SWAT supervisor ordering an officer to kill a man holding two children hostage with a knife. While the video is jarr...

Indictment sends ripple of doubt through Baltimore cases

BALTIMORE (AP) — A group of Baltimore detectives is charged in a sweeping federal indictment with stealing from people they falsely accused. The indictment accuses seven officers on ...

Police: Indicted Baltimore officers '1930s-style gangsters'

BALTIMORE (AP) — Seven Baltimore police officers who worked together on a firearms crime task force have been charged with stealing money, property and narcotics from people over two years. ...

Attorney: DC sniper life sentence unconstitutional

ROCKVILLE, Md. (AP) — An attorney for a man convicted of taking part in sniper shootings that left 10 people dead in the Washington area is asking a judge to toss his life sentence because he was conv...

Mayor, feds to announce consent decree for Baltimore police

BALTIMORE (AP) — Nearly two years after the death of a young black man in Baltimore police custody exposed systemic failures within the department that included excessive force, racial discrimination ...

Baltimore, US reach consent decree over policing

BALTIMORE (AP) — A spokesman for Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh says the city and the U.S. Justice Department have reached agreement on a consent decree that will require the city to reform its police...

Baltimore hits 301 homicides so far this year

BALTIMORE (AP) — Baltimore Police say the city has surpassed a grim benchmark, reaching 301 homicides so far this year. The 300th and 301st homicides of 2016 were recorded after a sh...

Baltimore hits 300 homicides for the year

BALTIMORE (AP) — Baltimore Police say the city has hit a grim benchmark, reaching 300 homicides so far this year. The 300th homicide of 2016 was recorded Tuesday night. Police say tw...

Voices from artists fearing crackdowns on artist collectives

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — As the San Francisco Bay Area's artists grieve the loss of life from a deadly warehouse fire in Oakland that killed 36 people, they are also bracing for a possible city crackdow...

Man accused of stealing top secret material to remain jailed

BALTIMORE (AP) — A former National Security Agency contractor accused of stealing massive amounts of classified material will not be freed from jail while his case proceeds. Harold M...