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Buried deep in microfilm court records once thought to have been lost or destroyed, convicted rapist John W. Hill found a document that he believed could set him free. Read More

BALTIMORE (WBFF) – After three years of prosecution, closure has been delivered this week to the family of a one-year-old child who was murdered in Baltimore City when the last defendant was convicted of murder. Read more

BALTIMORE - National Night Out brought the community and law enforcement together Tuesday. It's a yearly event designed for officers and city leaders to establish and maintain a working relationship with the people they serve. Read More

A Baltimore police officer faces at least five years in prison after a jury convicted him Thursday of two charges in the shooting of an unarmed burglary suspect. Read More

Shortly after the charges were dropped against the remaining officers charged in the police in-custody of Freddie Gray, Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby gave an impassioned speech in front of the Freddie Gray Memorial in west Baltimore. Read More

Baltimore police are cracking down on dirt bike riders in Baltimore City. The department announced Thursday the formation of a dirt bike task force, which will focus on investigating crimes involving those vehicles. Read More

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A woman was found guilty of attempting to cover up a shooting that left a one-year-old dead. Read More

Emotional video shows the moment Malcolm Bryant was released from jail Wednesday. DNA evidence cleared Bryant of a murder conviction that left him behind bars for 17 years.Read more

 A 22-year-old Baltimore man was sentenced to life in prison Monday after pleading guilty to a wave of violence in May 2014 that included the fatal shootings of two people and a car crash that killed a 12-year-old girl. Read more

Two men have been sentenced for burning vehicles during the Baltimore riots. Read more