The subject of last year's highly popular "Serial" was convicted in 2000 for the death of Hae Min Lee.
"The people of Baltimore deserve better," said Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake.
The U.S. Navy confirmed the scene clear by Monday afternoon.
If the Redskins move to Washington, D.C. or Virginia, why should we all pick up the tab?
Officers apparently put Freddie Gray into a police van headfirst and on his stomach.
The "fairly unusual" depraved heart murder charge carries a maximum sentence of 30 years in prison.
More than 100 arrested in wake of Freddie Gray rioting are released without being charged.
Rudy Williams, serving life plus 130 years in prison, points to institutional racism in city.
The likely 2016 presidential candidate and former mayor comes home.
The Baltimore Orioles postpone a second game against the Chicago White Sox Tuesday, but public libraries remain open.
Volunteers gathered with brooms and garbage bags to help clean up after violent riots and fires spread across the city Monday.
The newspaper retaliated with an editorial that included Kirby Delauter's name 29 times.
Capital punishment was repealed in the state nearly two years ago