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.
A new study from Johns Hopkins researchers suggests tightening gun control policies could save lives, but it reignites debate and fierce criticism from gun rights advocates.
Three high-profile gun incidents inside Baltimore County schools. Now, county officials are taking a stand to prevent it from happening again.
A Maryland task force studying the ability of the mentally ill to obtain firearms is to meet for the first time.
The Ocean City Police Department says it’s seized 19 firearms so far in 2012, more than in each of the last two years.
The names and other information about people convicted of gun crimes in Prince George’s County will be available to the public as a result of a database being set up in the county.
A big bust for Baltimore police this week. They caught a drug dealer who may have been selling guns from his South Baltimore home. Detectives say that without tips from neighbors, they may have never arrested the suspect.
Guns, drugs and cash were all taken off the streets of Northwest Baltimore.