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Baltimore Protests End in Violence With 12 Arrests

Baltimore Protests End in Violence With 12 Arrests

More than 2,000 people marched in Baltimore today, to demonstrate against the death of 25-year-old Freddie Gray who died in police custody. The latest updates show that 12 people were arrested during the protest in Baltimore, which turned violent towards the end. The protest, which was the largest since Gray’s death last Sunday, started in […]

Baltimore Police Department’s Abysmal Track Record

Baltimore Police Department’s Abysmal Track Record

For a city with an African-American mayor, an African-American police commissioner and a 63.3 percent African-American population, Baltimore’s “1950’s level racism,” as said by Police Commissioner Anthony W. Batts, seems strange. The Baltimore police department, in fact, has had an abysmal track record in with in-custody deaths and the use of undue force. The city […]

Free-Range Parenting or Just Playing Outside

Free-Range Parenting or Just Playing Outside

Danielle and Sasha Meitiv believe in what is referred to as free-range parenting. This means that their children, Rafi, 10 and Dvora, 6, are allowed to explore the neighborhood without adult supervision. The family lives in the suburbs of Silver Springs, MD. Just before 5:00 p.m. on Sunday, the Montgomery County, Maryland police department were […]

Officer Shot, Armed Suspect at Large in Annapolis, Maryland

Officer Shot, Armed Suspect at Large in Annapolis, Maryland

An Anne Arundel law enforcement officer is currently in critical condition after local police stated he was shot after being involved in an altercation with a man in an convenience store in Annapolis early Friday morning. They stated the officer encountered a suspicious man in a 7-11 on East College Parkway at about 2:20 a.m. […]

University of Maryland Investigating Email, Mentions Racial Slurs, Rape

University of Maryland Investigating Email, Mentions Racial Slurs, Rape

The University of Maryland College Park is currently investigating an email posted online over a year ago, allegedly from a person with an affiliation to the Kappa Sigma fraternity. The email apparently contains ethnic and racial slurs and mentions of rape, according to University of Maryland officials. University of Maryland president Wallace Loh issued an […]

Baltimore Shootings

Baltimore Shootings

CBS- WJZ is reporting that around 4 pm local time today, there was a shooting in North Baltimore. Four people have been shot and many more wounded. It is unknown how many shooters there were or who the shooter(s) are. The shooting happened in North Baltimore on the 1500 block of Kingsway Road. Police are […]

Maryland School Shooting Injures 2

Maryland School Shooting Injures 2

Police in Frederick, Maryland are reporting a shooting inside a school gymnasium during a basketball game which has left two people injured. Police have searched and secured the school, but the suspects have not yet been apprehended. The shooting took place at Frederick High School, in or in the vicinity of the gym. The school […]

Maryland Police Collision Injures 2

Maryland Police Collision Injures 2

A police car from the Prince George’s County, Maryland department was involved in a collision which injured two people while the officer was attempting to assist another who was trying to stop a fleeing vehicle. According to a Maryland Police spokesperson, the police vehicle involved in the accident did have the lights and sirens engaged. […]

Baltimore Police Involved Shooting

Baltimore Police Involved Shooting

Baltimore Police are currently investigating a officer-involved shooting that took place Saturday night resulting in a fatality. The incident took place around the 1900 block of McHenry Street. According to authorities, an officer was on routine patrol when he was flagged down by an individual. This individual apparently told the policeman that there was a man […]

Bishop With Prior DUI Killed Cyclist in Hit and Run Accident

Bishop With Prior DUI Killed Cyclist in Hit and Run Accident

Cyclists in Baltimore City are angry because the first female bishop of The Episcopal Church of Maryland has not been charged with murder after a hit and run accident on Saturday. Heather Cook hit Thomas Palermo and fled the scene leaving him there to die. The community of cyclists are demanding that she be charged for her […]

Maryland Plane Crash Kills 6

Maryland Plane Crash Kills 6

A small private jet plane went down and crashed into a house in Montgomery County, Maryland, killing six people. Three of the dead were inside of the house, and three were passengers on the jet. According to Montgomery County Fire and Rescue representatives, there is still a possibility that a fourth person was on board […]

Rape at Johns Hopkins Frat House

Rape at Johns Hopkins Frat House

Two men have been charged with the rape of a 16-year old girl at a Johns Hopkins frat house. The alleged crime was reported in the early hours on November 2, 2014. The 16-year old victim told authorities that she was forced by two men to perform sexual acts on them then they forcibly raped […]

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