Judge questions both sides in juvenile lifer lawsuit closely – Baltimore Brew
Some schools opening late with first snowfall of the year – Baltimore Sun
Union: Baltimore City Police in ‘Crisis’ Due to Officer Shortage – CBS Baltimore
Maryland needs uniform policies for police agencies that set a timeframe for rape kit testing and storage of untested kits, as well as notification about results for survivors, according to a new report from Attorney General Brian Frosh’s office.
Two men north of the border have been arrested in the murder of 26-year-old University of Baltimore student Julian Jones last weekend.
The Baltimore school police officers who were seen in a video where one of the cops hits a REACH! Partnership School student are facing criminal charges.
Director Quentin Tarantino’s remarks at a recent rally are the latest to draw a statement from Lt. Gene Ryan, president of Baltimore’s police union.
As of yesterday, Maryland became the first state in the country to enact strict new rules aimed at ending discriminatory profiling by police.
Hong Young already confounded authorities with his target selection during his suburban shooting spree. A week later, police are still finding bullet holes. On Wednesday, they added a library and Maryland Live! to a list of Young targets that already included big box stores and the NSA.
Whether it was the City Council or the public, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake’s administration has been busy putting a damper on various ideas that were out in the public. For now, the mayor is refusing to go along with proposals that would take plastic bags out of stores, and put body cameras on cops. Meanwhile, the Public Works Department sought to squelch rumors that the city’s water system was going to be sold to the highest bidder. Here’s the rundown: