Offensive, racist, sexist. Those are just some of the words used to describe a costume some are dressing up in for Halloween.
Ending domestic violence. In a new series of PSAs hitting the airwaves now, NFL players take a stand.
The Prince George’s County Sheriff’s Office has identified the deputy who fatally shot a man after responding to a domestic violence call involving a gun. Prince George’s County Police also released the identity of the man who was killed.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and Baltimore City has received two grants to prosecute abusers and get legal help for victims.
Ray Rice eyes a return to the NFL—and now the former Raven looks to cash in, as well. The running back filed a grievance against the Ravens for wrongful termination of his $3.5 million contract.
The NFL taps a Maryland resident and former Baltimore Colt to help deliver a powerful message about domestic violence to the entire league in the wake of the Ray Rice controversy.
It’s one of the most dangerous calls for officers to respond to: domestic violence. Tuesday, officers from Baltimore to Virginia met to discuss how to better handle domestic abuse before it turns deadly.
A city police officer is charged with a felony after police say he attacked his wife and her boyfriend. He was on duty and in uniform at the time. It’s just the latest in a string of cases where city officers abuse their power.
A new PSA campaign launches called “No More.” It urges us to stop being bystanders in the domestic violence crisis.
Here’s what you need to know about the new laws taking effect this week.
The video of Ray Rice punching his fiancee inside a casino elevator was sent to NFL headquarters to the attention of league security chief Jeffrey Miller in April, a law enforcement official says.
The NFL players’ union has hired former federal prosecutor Richard Craig Smith to oversee its investigation into the Ray Rice domestic violence case.