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Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby called the Baltimore Sun's article stating she "derailed" a program to analyze Baltimore homicides "misguided" and she criticized the researcher for suggesting she has not been cooperating with the Baltimore City Police Department. Read More

Kevin Starnes struggled in his youth and at one point became homeless and didn't even have enough money for light rail fare. He once got on without a ticket and was given a citation, which he didn't pay. He faced other unrelated charges, and two years later there was a warrant out for his arrest. Read More

A Baltimore jury has convicted Prince Rogers in the murder of a tow-truck driver in the city's Upton neighborhood, the state's attorney's office said. Read More

You cannot decouple crime from its link to economics. With Aim to B'More, Baltimore City's state's attorney Marilyn Mosby is looking to provide a pathway out of the criminal justice system for first-time, non-violent drug offenders. Read More

In a move to reform Baltimore's criminal justice system, Maryland state's attorney Marilyn Mosby has announced a new program that will give low-level offenders milder sentences in the hopes of reducing both the number of repeat offenders and the city's unemployment rate. Read More

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — It has been nearly 10 months since a three-year-old was killed while playing on her front porch. Police are still searching for a suspect. Read More

All six officers charged in the police-custody death of Freddie Gray were indicted by a grand jury, a prosecutor said Thursday. Read More

A group of first-time felony drug offenders will get the chance for a clean slate and job training under a new program that Baltimore's top prosecutor said will ease a cycle of incarceration and unemployment. Read more

The youngest chief prosecutor of a major American city talks about her decision to charge six police officers in the death of Freddie Gray. Read More

(CNN)Shortly after being elected chief prosecutor, Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby said prosecutors in the hardscrabble town had the "toughest job in America." Read More