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  • It's time to devise a new plan for Baltimore post Freddie Gray

    It's time to devise a new plan for Baltimore post Freddie Gray
    Like many of you, I watched Baltimore City erupt into madness on live television April 27th. The City became an orgy of angry crowds rioting, torching property and vehicles, looting and destroying. It was obvious that additional manpower and...
  • Gunshot at scene of protests underscores tension in Baltimore

    Gunshot at scene of protests underscores tension in Baltimore
    A gunshot Monday near a city intersection that saw the worst of the rioting a week ago and became the scene of frequent protests over the death of Freddie Gray underscored continuing tensions in Baltimore. A fleeing suspect pulled out a revolver,...
  • Uprising Dispatches: Who is Meech?

    Uprising Dispatches: Who is Meech?
    On Monday, May 4, it looked like Penn North—and the city as a whole—might erupt into flames again when there were reports that police had shot a fleeing man in the back. It turns out that no one was shot and that a gun went off as the man...
  • West Baltimore block party provides relief, resources

    West Baltimore block party provides relief, resources
    Jacqueline Andrews stood admiring as a bright pink butterfly took shape on her granddaughter's face Saturday, and reminisced about watching her Sandtown-Winchester neighborhood reclaim its civility. In the past week, the market and the laundromat that...
  • What media should learn from the Freddie Gray case

    What media should learn from the Freddie Gray case
    Now that most of the national news trucks have rolled out of town, we have to ask: What have we learned from all the hours of coverage of the death of Freddie Gray? We need to process some of the lessons if we in the Baltimore media are going to be up...
  • Gang member says 'Dixon for mayor!'; she says she's been mulling a run

    Gang member says 'Dixon for mayor!'; she says she's been mulling a run
    The Bloods, Crips, and Black Guerrilla Family—Baltimore's three biggest gangs—are among those unhappy with the leadership of Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake. Flex, a member of the Bloods and an author (under his real name Eric Bowman), says...
  • Assembly leaders form group to study police issues

    Assembly leaders form group to study police issues
    Maryland's top Democratic lawmakers on Tuesday announced a new group that will study public safety issues highlighted by the Freddie Gray case. The bi-partisan, 20-member panel is charged with recommending laws the legislature should consider when it...
  • 23-year-old man who dropped gun in Penn North charged

    23-year-old man who dropped gun in Penn North charged
    A 23-year-old man who dropped a gun that went off and caused uproar at Pennyslvania and W. North avenues Monday was charged with a gun violation, police said. Robert Edward "Meech" Tucker, was taken to a hospital but was uninjured in the incident, which...
  • Special session in Annapolis to address Freddie Gray issues seems unlikely

    Special session in Annapolis to address Freddie Gray issues seems unlikely
    There appears to be no appetite in Annapolis for a special session of the legislature to address anything related to the Freddie Gray case. While top lawmakers are considering forming a work group to discuss criminal justice issues, neither Gov. Larry...
  • After the Riots: City Paper's dispatches from the days after violence exploded in Penn-North and downtown last week

    After the Riots: City Paper's dispatches from the days after violence exploded in Penn-North and downtown last week
    April 28, 2015 It is not clear yet whether Tuesday is the day after, or Day Two. Police spokesman Captain J. Eric Kowalczyk says 235 people were arrested last night, all but 34 of them adults. There were 144 vehicle fires and 19 fires in structures....
  • Can a truce between Baltimore's gangs help make the city safer?

    Can a truce between Baltimore's gangs help make the city safer?
    Flex, a member of the Bloods street gang, is sitting on the hood of a taxi in front of Central Booking at the Baltimore City Detention Center, waiting for his brother, who goes by Tragedy, to get out. Both were arrested inside a home the previous night...