Violence and Abuse
Prince George’s County officials are drawing attention to the problem of domestic violence.
Though reports of domestic violence have been on a downward trend in Maryland, experts say many cases go unreported with the abuse continuing.
A Hagerstown man has been sentenced to 40 years for the death of girlfriend’s 2-year-old son.
Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown is highlighting two new laws that are taking effect to protect victims of domestic violence.
Gov. Martin O’Malley is praising an anti-bullying program at a middle school in Frederick County.
Stepping in the right direction to stop school bullying. One Pennsylvania man is walking hundreds of miles passing through Baltimore to stop the potentially deadly trend in its tracks.
Hundreds of people are reacting to a controversial video first aired on WJZ: a mom who says she encouraged her son to fight a bully. It ended with a violent fight and a police investigation. Did she handle it the right way?
Educating young people about dating violence may become standard in Maryland schools if a bill is passed in Annapolis this session.
Dozens of rapes and sex assaults that police initially dismissed are valid. An overhaul in the department now aims to accurately report and handle these violent crimes.