In the News @ Noon

Baltimore Police hold a press conference to update residents…

At 11:45 Baltimore Police Chief Anthony Batts will hold a press conference informing residents of the success of last night’s curfew and the plans moving forward. Only 10 people were arrested last night compared to about 250 the night before last. Schools reopened this morning as did City Government Offices. On Friday the Police Department will reportedly release their findings in the death of Freddie Gray.

A local group plans a rally and march tonight in DC for Freddie Gray…

The group DC Ferguson has announced in support of Freddie Gray, they are going to hold a rally and march at 7 tonight at the Gallery Place Metro Station in Chinatown. The group will march from there to the White House.

DC police look for the drive involved in deadly hit and run in S.E. …

A woman is dead and police are looking for witnesses to the deadly hit and run last night on Southern Avenue in S.E.. Police say the victim was found in the road in the 1300 block of Southern Avenue. Police have not released the name of the victim.

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