Stricter sanctions. In the wake of the Ray Rice scandal, the NFL is eying tougher penalties for players for players connected to domestic violence.
In the United States, one in four women will become victims of domestic violence, a statistic that Maryland community leaders are working to change.
The light suspension handed down by Roger Goodell has been widely criticized as a slap on the wrist. Scott Garceau talks about what that means for Rice.
Hope Solo allegedly attacked her sister and nephew, while everyone is shocked it’s probably something we should have seen coming.
It’s a fun event with a serious purpose, and it happens Saturday at Pine Ridge Golf Course in Timonium. It’s the fourth annual High Heels for Hope, a benefit for House of Ruth Maryland.
Less than 48 hours after Ray Rice addressed the media about the infamous video tape that captured him dragging his wife off an elevator, Rice’s attorney is now speaking out about the case.
People who commit domestic violence in front of a child will face more time in prison, under a bill passed by the Maryland General Assembly.
Two measures to help battle domestic violence have been passed by the Maryland General Assembly.
Continuing their fight against domestic violence, the family of Yeardley Love is making a push for national awareness.
Swinging baseball bat and 2×4. Things got violent at an Anne Arundel County trailer park as a mother dropped off her child to her estranged husband.
The surest means of stopping domestic violence is early intervention, Gov. Martin O’Malley says.
Maryland lawmakers are hearing from victims of domestic violence about how several changes in the law would increase protections for them.