1 Arrested After Anti-Trump Protest in BaltimorePolice detained two men and one woman Thursday night during the protest that attracted about 600 people.
At Least Six Dead After Buses Collide in BaltimoreSix people are dead and 10 injured after a school bus and a commuter bus crashed in southwest Baltimore early Tuesday morning.
Prosecutors Drop All Remaining Charges in Freddie Gray CaseProsecutors have dropped the rest of the charges against Baltimore police officers in the death of Freddie Gray, bringing an end to the case without a conviction.
Best Springtime Destinations Near Washington, D.C.From the City of Brotherly love to heart of Virginia wine country, here are five place near Washington, D.C., to visit following the spring equinox on March 20.
Freddie Gray Latest: No Retrial Date Scheduled Yet For OfficerThe latest on the mistrial for a Baltimore police officer charged with manslaughter in the death of Freddie Gray.
Mistrial in 1st Officer's Trial in Freddie Gray CaseA judge declared a hung jury Wednesday after the panel couldn't reach a decision in the manslaughter trial of a Baltimore police officer charged in the death of Freddie Gray.
Baltimore Residents Brace for Verdict in Porter TrialMetal barricades are already up around Baltimore City Hall and city's police station, a sign that the first Freddie Gray trial is coming to an end.
Baltimore Woman Convicted in Death of 20-Month-SonAuthorities say a Baltimore woman has been found guilty of killing her 20-month-old son, who died of blunt force trauma after being severely beaten.
Jury Deliberates Officer's Fate in Freddie Gray's DeathJurors wrestled over what "evil motive" means Monday as they deliberated the fate of the first of six officers to be tried in the death of Freddie Gray, a black man whose neck was broken in a police van, fueling the "Black Lives Matter" movement.
Testimony from Officer Charged in Freddie Gray CaseOfficer William Porter testified Wednesday at his manslaughter trial in the death of Freddie Gray.
Officer Testifies in His Own Defense at Freddie Gray TrialOfficer William Porter was poised and calm as he testified in his own defense Wednesday, telling jurors that he didn't call an ambulance for Freddie Gray because the man was alert, appeared uninjured and didn't complain of any pain or wounds in the back of a police van.
Baltimore Seeks $2M for Response to Federal InvestigationBaltimore's mayor wants to spend $2 million on a Washington law firm to represent the city during the U.S. Justice Department's civil rights investigation of the police force.