Meanwhile, Marilyn Mosby reflects on her first year as Baltimore’s state attorney, saying that the city is still holding on after a difficult 2015.
“We can’t sit back and make excuses,” says BGV Founder Nykidra “Nyki” Robinson. “Our vote is our voice. It doesn’t matter if you don’t have a GED, or if you have a PhD, we’re all the same.”
“Even though it was a negative situation that put me in this position,” Allen said, “it also put me in a position to give back.”
On Monday, Roland Martin and NewsOne Now discussed the Top 10 Stories of 2015, all of which had and will continue to have a longstanding impact on our lives as we move forward into 2016.
BALTIMORE (AP) — During a season in which the Baltimore Ravens have had little reason to celebrate, they can at least take solace in sweeping…
The retrial for Officer William Porter is set to begin June 13, a date that follows the trials of the other five officers involved in the incident that left the 25-year-old Baltimore man dead.
Damario Solomon-Simmons expects Marilyn Mosby to retry William Porter.
BALTIMORE (AP) — A judge declared a mistrial Wednesday after jurors couldn’t reach a decision in the manslaughter trial of a Baltimore police officer charged…
Closing statements were heard Monday, leading the jury into deliberations to determine the fate of William Porter, one of six Baltimore officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray.
Over the course of this year, Baltimore has been at the forefront of a national conversation about police brutality. The city has found itself back in the headlines again, but this time around, it’s related to a national eviction crisis. A new study released by the Public Justice Center, titled Justice Diverted: How Renters Are […]