By Michael D. Regan
The award-winning series captivated viewers attracted to its raw realism and connection to the shadowy inner-workings of Baltimore’s gangs, media and government.
By PBS NewsHour
In a city renowned for medical schools and research, there's a striking contrast in the dismal health and life expectancy in some Baltimore neighborhoods. There's a deep distrust of the medical system among many African-American residents, dating back to the…
By Rachel Bluth and Capital News Service
The doctor told Sharlene Adams to get a blood pressure cuff, so Adams set out to buy one. For Adams, who lives in West Baltimore, that meant four bus rides, a stop for a doctor's signature, two visits to a…
By Jay Hancock, Kaiser Health News
Baltimore residents have little more confidence in the medical system intended to heal them than in the criminal justice system intended to protect them.
By Kamaria Roberts
Deray McKesson, a highly-visible and well-known Black Lives Matter activist, announced late Wednesday evening that he will run for mayor of Baltimore.
The trial for the first officer charged in the death of Freddie Gray has ended in a mistrial. The jury deliberated for 15 hours over three days before a judge in Baltimore declared a hung jury in the case against…
By Joshua Barajas
After nine hours of deliberation over the past two days, jurors were dismissed after a deadlock Tuesday in the trial of one of six police officers charged with the death of Freddie Gray, the 25-year-old black man who sustained a…
The jury in the first trial on the death of 25-year-old Freddie Gray returned after two days of deliberations to say they are deadlocked. Gray’s fatal injuries while in Baltimore police custody exposed deep cracks in the city’s criminal justice…
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