How Every Baltimore Department Is Chipping In To Reduce Crime In The CityTo tackle violent crime in Baltimore, the city is trying something new. It's throwing every department under the mayor's control into the fight.
Maryland Schools Cancel Field Trips To Baltimore, Citing 'Escalating Violence'A Maryland school district has decided to stop planned field trips to Baltimore following "escalating violence" in the city.
4 Men Killed, 2 Injured In Weekend ShootingsFour people are dead and two others are wounded after six shootings Friday night and into Saturday morning.
Baltimore Seeking Solutions Amid Record High Murder RateBaltimore is struggling with a record high murder rate, and those in power are desperate for solutions.
Feds To Help Baltimore Police Following Deadliest Month In DecadesOn the heels of another 11 shootings this weekend, Baltimore has a new plan to fight crime—a team of federal agents is moving in to help.
Deadly Summer Continues With August's First HomicideBaltimore has seen its first homicide for August.
Victims' Families Ask For Baltimore Violence To StopThere's a crackdown on crime amid a surge in violence and new arrests in one of Baltimore's key crime prevention programs.
Mayor & Police Develop New Initiatives To Stop Baltimore CrimeStruggling to combat crime. With homicide rates on trend to surpass record numbers the city saw in May, the mayor and new police commissioner roll out new initiatives.
Baltimore Officials Launch 'War Room' To Combat Crime SpikeA violent weekend in Baltimore as city officials launch what they're calling a special "war room" to coordinate their response to the crime surge.
Violence In Baltimore Continues With 2 SlayingsViolence in Baltimore that began over the weekend with at least 20 people shot continued.
'War Room' Established To Tackle Bloodshed In BaltimoreBaltimore Police say five people have died since Friday following a rash of shootings in the city.
Several People Shot Over Violent Weekend In BaltimoreFour children are among the victims of violence that's surging across much of Baltimore.