By Joshua Barajas
Detectives Daniel Hersl and Marcus Taylor, formerly of the city's Gun Trace Task Force, were found guilty of racketeering charges, after weeks of testimony that detailed how the officers used force to extort people for cash and drugs, among other…
By William Brangham
Good vision care is a luxury for families who can’t easily afford the time or money spent getting a child’s first pair of glasses. But a new program called Vision for Baltimore called provides eye exams and two pairs of…
By Michael Boulter
It’s a four-room warehouse where anyone can walk in, take as many books as they want and walk out. There’s no cash register and no clerk, just rows and rows of free books for anyone who wants them.
A police trial board in Baltimore found police officer Caesar Goodson Jr. not guilty of all 21 administrative charges in the death of Freddie Gray, who died while in police custody more than two years ago.
Joey Odoms, who took the job in 2014, announced his retirement in an Instagram post, saying, “The tone/actions of a large number of NFL fans in the midst of our country’s cultural crisis, have convinced me that I do not…
By PBS NewsHour
"Step," a new documentary, follows students from the Baltimore Leadership School for Girls, an institution with the primary goal of 100 percent college acceptance. But that's not their only success. Girls at the school channel their strengths into practicing step,…
By Erica R. Hendry, Joshua Barajas
Three years ago this week, Michael Brown was killed in an officer-involved shooting in Ferguson, Missouri. A makeshift memorial of balloons, candles and stuffed animals built by neighbors and activists this week was a reminder of the city’s yearslong…
By Michael Anft, Kaiser Health News
For reasons both economic and cultural, Hispanic men are loath to interact with the health system. Women across all races are more likely to seek care than men. But the gender gap in the Hispanic community is especially troubling to…
By Synclaire Cruel
A federal judge approved an agreement Friday to make changes to the Baltimore Police Department, aimed at cracking down on the use of excessive force and racial profiling.
By Elizabeth Flock
Brian Dowdall, whose paintings are "doomed to make you smile," has been steadily collecting the work of other outsider artists nearly all his life.
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