A major gun bust in South Baltimore. City police have seized at least 20 guns in the 400-block of South Freemont Street.
With the battle over gun control raging at the national and state level, a task force in Maryland is finding ways to improve our system.
A Gonzales Poll asks voters to weigh in on the two things Ben Franklin said to be certain–death and taxes. And no tax right now sees more opposition than the gas tax.
Governor Martin O’Malley makes gun control his administration’s number one priority.
Governor Martin O’Malley promises sweeping legislation that would give Maryland some of the strictest gun laws in the country. Now gun advocates are firing back.
More than 30,000 people are expected to attend a gun show at the Maryland State Fairgrounds.
Maryland lawmakers unveil a plan for gun control.
Collecting guns in exchange for goods. That’s what a partnership of neighborhood organizations and lawmakers set out to accomplish Saturday.
Prince George’s County police will conduct its third Gift Cards for Guns event.
A protective order against Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs is dropped.
An attorney for Baltimore Raven Terrell Suggs says the linebacker has surrendered several firearms as part of an ongoing domestic case filed by his longtime girlfriend.
Right now, your neighbors could be stockpiling weapons in their homes–and it’s perfectly legal. In light of recent violence, some question whether the law makes it too easy to do so.