Law Enforcement Officials, Activists Testify on Police Reform Bills

About 280 people signed up to testify on bills regarding police accountability on Tuesday

Community Trust of Police Requires Reforms, Experts Say

Nationwide reform of law enforcement practices is critical to restoring community trust in the police, officials said at a congressional forum Wednesday afternoon.

Local businesses affected by aftermath of the Baltimore Riots

Businesses, such as, Jimmy’s Restaurant and the Baltimore Running Festival show BMORE Pride after feeling the strain on tourism after the unrest in the spring in the aftermath of the death of Freddie Gray while in police custody.

Months After Civil Unrest, Baltimore Drug Store Reopens

The Rite-Aid in West Baltimore has reopened, months after it was badly damaged during civil unrest over the death of Freddie Gray.

Baltimore Mayor Seeks to Build Relationships Within City

WASHINGTON — Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake spoke at the National Press Club for the United States Conference of Mayors. She focused on developing healthy relationships between people and the police.

Baltimore Tourism Begins to Rebound After Protests

This summer was tough for Baltimore tourism, as the industry attempted to recover from the protests surrounding Freddie Gray’s death.

Trials of 6 Baltimore officers charged in death of Freddie Gray will remain in city, judge rules

The trials of six police officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray, a 25-year-old black man fatally injured while in police custody in April, will continue in Baltimore.

Reactions: Baltimore mayor will not seek re-election

Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake called a press conference Friday morning and made a formal announcement that she would not seek re-election and focus her attention on healing the city in the wake of Freddie Gray’s death.

Freddie Gray’s case settled for $6.4 million, surpassing the $5.9 million Eric Garner settlement

The settlement was reached five months after Gray, 25, died from a neck injury while in police custody.

Ruppersberger Ponders Senate Race, Stresses Bipartisan Approach

There may be a U.S. Senate campaign in Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger’s future. Then again, there may not.