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The federal government cannot withhold public safety grants from cities that refuse to cooperate with President Donald Trump’s immigration enforcement policies, a federal appeals court ruled Thursday, agreeing with a lower court judge who had imposed a temporary injunction last year. Read more

BALTIMORE -- WBFF -- Dozens of people joined Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby for the 14th Annual 5k Victims Fund Run.

The event, which was held at Druid Hill Park, raises money for crime victims in Baltimore City and it covers damages which are not covered by other resources. Mosby says, "Even for that mother whose son is murdered and she relies on him for financial assistance proceeds go to that mom when paying her rent, victims of crime that we are supporting." Read More

BALTIMORE, Md. (WBFF) -- Today, the Baltimore City State's Attorney's office, as well as other local law enforcement units in Maryland, held a joint press conference to announce a major drug bust and the indictment of several senior members of a drug trafficking organization operating out of Cherry Hill. Read More

Accused sexual predators who claim that their adult victims consented to sex will now face the possibility that evidence of their past behavior can be presented against them at trial under legislation approved by the Maryland General Assembly on Wednesday.

The Maryland Senate voted unanimously to approve the legislation long sought by Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby. Gov. Larry Hogan has endorsed the bill and plans to sign it.

”I am so ecstatic that the time is finally up for serial sexual predators,” Mosby said. “We have closed a loophole for those predators claiming consent.” READ MORE

For Immediate Release: 11/16/17

“My thoughts and prayers are with Detective Suiter's family. Each day, officers throughout this nation leave home not knowing whether they will make it back and this is a tragic reminder of the ultimate risk and potential sacrifice that officers make to protect and serve us all. 

Dozens of children wandered around a Park Heights parking lot Tuesday afternoon, their faces painted, carrying colorful balloon animals and snowballs in plastic foam cups.

In February, two men had been fatally shot nearby in separate incidents, adding to the more than 200 homicides Baltimore has endured this year. So the National Night Out event on Tuesday afternoon, one of many across the city and state and part of a nationwide movement, seemed even more relevant this year. Read more

BALTIMORE (WBFF) - A northwest Baltimore neighbor dispute ended with a 64-year-old man shooting a teen in the face last year. Now the shooter has been found guilty in a bench trial. Read more

BALTIMORE, Md. (WBFF) - There’s a call out now across the city to stop the violence.

City officials were out Friday in west Baltimore for a rally with the community. They all gathered at Mondawmin Mall on the parking lot outside Dunkin’ Donuts to send a positive message in the midst of a very deadly year. Read more

A Baltimore judge on Monday sentenced Gregg Thomas to life plus 35 years behind bars for the 2014 shooting of city police Sgt. Keith Mcneill, concluding a years-long court battle that included four trials.

Thomas, 37, had pleaded not guilty but was convicted by a jury of attempted first-degree murder and two gun charges in February after three mistrials in the case. Read more

Attorney General Jeff Sessions has a point: Prosecutors shouldn't treat alleged criminals any differently based on their immigration status. In an ideal world, they would pursue charges and seek sentences based solely on the nature of the crime, not who committed it.

But the reason why some prosecutors, including Baltimore's Marilyn Mosby, are thinking twice when they charge immigrants with minor crimes is that the Trump administration's policies effectively violate that principle. Read more