In the wake of Freddie Gray's death in police custody, U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch announced Friday that the Department of Justice will launch a full-scale civil rights investigation into Baltimore's police.
The state of emergency is lifted off of Baltimore and mayor Rawlings-Blake seeks to ensure the city's police department does not engage in egregious or criminal behavior.
Following Freddie Gray's death and the riots it sparked, Loretta Lynch visits Baltimore as one of her first duties as Attorney General.
Looted and burned, the CVS store at Pennsylvania and North avenues was one of more than 235 businesses damaged in the violence that shook the city last week.
There are still 3,000 Maryland National Guard members spread across Baltimore's streets.