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A grand jury has indicted a school police officer on charges of assaulting three students. Read more

A Baltimore jury has convicted Darryl Anderson, the first suspect dubbed "Public Enemy No. 1" by city police, in a 2013 shooting that left two women dead and another critically injured. Read more

A Baltimore man considered to be ‘Public Enemy #1’ has been convicted of murder, announced today by Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby. Read more

Darryl Anderson convicted of killing 2 women during neighborhood dispute Read more

Baltimore prosecutors have refiled second-degree murder charges against Michael Maurice Johnson in the killing of North Carolina teen Phylicia Barnes in 2010, a move that comes less than two weeks after Johnson was acquitted by a judge following a mistrial. Read more

Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby revealed a slate of new hires Wednesday as part of an office restructuring that she said will beef up intelligence gathering and improve relations with the community. Read more

Bishop Heather Cook, the second-highest leader of the Episcopal Church in Maryland is accused in the deadly hit and run of a bicyclist. Read more

Moments after being sworn in as Baltimore City's next State's Attorney, Marilyn Mosby said she would fight for justice. Read more

Heather Cook faces several charges in death of Thomas Palermo. Read more

Mosby, 34, becomes youngest top prosecutor in U.S. Read more