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  • Pennsylvania Senate prepares to wrap up review of Gov. Tom Wolf's nominations

    Pennsylvania Senate prepares to wrap up review of Gov. Tom Wolf's nominations
    HARRISBURG — At least one of Gov. Tom Wolf's Cabinet nominations may be in jeopardy as the Pennsylvania Senate winds up its review of his top advisers over the next two weeks, including expected votes on two other nominations that have encountered...
  • Video spotlights Freddie Gray at Baker and Mount streets

    Video spotlights Freddie Gray at Baker and Mount streets
    On the morning of April 12, Michelle Gross woke up to screaming. Gross, known as "Mom" in West Baltimore's Gilmor Homes area, left her home and saw Freddie Gray — someone she called "son" — being dragged into a police van. As police drove...
  • Quintuple shooting continues surge in Baltimore violence

    Quintuple shooting continues surge in Baltimore violence
    A man with a gunshot wound to his arm fled into a home in East Baltimore with four children inside, where he barricaded himself as scores of rifle-toting SWAT officers surrounded the house Wednesday afternoon. The man, a person of interest in the...
  • Anti-gun Ceasefire program struggling in Baltimore

    Anti-gun Ceasefire program struggling in Baltimore
    Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake unveiled Operation Ceasefire in 2014, promising that the renowned anti-gun violence strategy that worked in other cities would "bring dramatic results" in lowering crime in Baltimore. But a year later, Baltimore is reeling...
  • Supporters of police rally in front of Baltimore City Hall

    Supporters of police rally in front of Baltimore City Hall
    Some 150 supporters of the Baltimore Police Department marched in the sweltering midday heat Saturday and chanted "Blue lives matter" in front of City Hall, at a time when officers say they are facing unfair scrutiny as they try to do their jobs....
  • Fact-checking the terminations by Baltimore Police Department

    Fact-checking the terminations by Baltimore Police Department
    As the nation watched the Baltimore unrest that followed Freddie Gray's death in police custody, police Commissioner Anthony Batts told reporters that he had worked for years to address brutality and other misconduct on the force. "I have been a...
  • Police forces must resemble communities

    Police forces must resemble communities
    Police agencies in South Florida and nationally know they are under increased scrutiny because of what's happened in Baltimore, Ferguson and elsewhere. Regaining and keeping public trust should now be a top priority for police agencies. Which makes what...
  • Brooklyn Park: American Legion post honors wounded officer

    Brooklyn Park: American Legion post honors wounded officer
    American Legion Post 34 nominated Cpl. Lawrence Adams for Police Officer of the Year at its May 18 meeting. Adams, a 16-year veteran who was shot in the line of duty earlier this year, was chosen for "bravery in the line of duty and because he's not...
  • Man critically injured in videotaped Baltimore police encounter

    Man critically injured in videotaped Baltimore police encounter
    A man was critically injured in a videotaped encounter with Baltimore police in the Gilmor Homes area of West Baltimore Sunday, prompting an internal use-of-force investigation of the officers, officials said. About four bicycle officers tried to stop...
  • Baltimore Councilman on Freddie Gray: 'How did we get to that point?'

    Baltimore Councilman on Freddie Gray: 'How did we get to that point?'
    A day after Freddie Gray's death, one city official says he is seeking answers to questions he's asked before. City Councilman Brandon M. Scott, vice chairman of the public safety committee, said he’s starting the day with more questions than...
  • Rawlings-Blake defends handling of Baltimore rioting

    Rawlings-Blake defends handling of Baltimore rioting
    Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake defended her handling of the recent rioting in Baltimore, arguing Tuesday that more aggressive police or military tactics could have escalated the violence. "Nobody died during the riots," Rawlings-Blake said. "Out of...