Members of the Newtown, Conn., community, including the parent of a teacher killed in a school massacre a year ago, gathered at the National Cathedral Thursday for a vigil to remember those who lost their lives because of gun violence.
It’s happened again. Another victim in Towson is targeted for her cell phone. It’s part of a nationwide epidemic of smartphone thefts.
Homicide detectives are called to the scene of a shooting in East Baltimore. It happened in the 2000 block of Orleans Street–just a few blocks from the Johns Hopkins Hospital.
A 21-year-old man from Millersville is in critical but stable condition after a shooting at a gas station in Glen Burnie.
Hundreds of bikers join together for a ride against violence in Baltimore. The group’s first stop was a family recently touched by tragedy.
City police are investigating a shooting in West Baltimore.
Fed up with the crime. After more than 140 murders this year, Baltimore communities band together to fight back—and they’re already seeing a difference.
Another assault on a correctional officer at the maximum security prison in Western Maryland has union officials demanding three directors be fired.
Families who’ve lost loved ones to violence gather for a celebration in Druid Park to honor them.
It has been a summer of bloodshed in Baltimore. Now community members act to stop the violence. And even people from outside Maryland join the effort.
Witnesses of crimes in Baltimore–threatened, injured, some even killed. Now there’s a new nationwide push to give more protection to witnesses, so prosecutors can put criminals behind bars.
Two men shot and another stabbed in Baltimore in just two hours. Community members are taking a new stand against violence, going one on one with troubled young men.