Standing before about two dozen people and a handful of Johns Hopkins University officials on Tuesday night, Phong Le said he didn’t get to chat with his Remington neighbors before learning of the institution’s plan to create its own private police force.
Baltimore’s mayor says she supports a plan in the works from Johns Hopkins University to establish a campus-wide private police force.
The holiday spirit is not alive and well in three men who were captured on surveillance footage abducting an inflatable Santa off of somebody’s front porch in Ocean City.
Officers from Baltimore’s Gun Trace Task Force weren’t the only police recently running drugs over Maryland borders.
Lawmakers in Baltimore County last night delayed a talk on a proposal calling for stricter rules across Maryland for public access to police body camera footage.
Most Maryland voters, black or white, agree that race relations are in decline, according to the newest Goucher Poll for fall 2017. But when it comes to the details of how that manifests, there’s an apparent divide along racial lines.
A 28-year-old man died early this morning in Ocean City police custody after having an apparent seizure — even after authorities took him to the hospital for an evaluation following a violent arrest.
Baltimore City Public Schools leaders say they have found another $30 million to cut into the remaining $70 million budget gap for next school year, and the head of the Baltimore City Council says he may know of another $10 million that the city could redirect to schools.
After almost a decade spent leading the Annapolis Police Department, Michael Pristoop has been let go.
With President Barack Obama’s term set to expire next week, Baltimore and the U.S. Department of Justice were facing a deadline to reach a deal on police reform in the city before Trump takes office. On Wednesday, word came that they have a deal.