Baltimore's Rising Violence Getting Rising State AttentionBaltimore's rising violence has reached such a high level of concern that a Maryland Senate panel brought together local officials and experts to focus on how to reduce to bloodshed.
BUILD Group Calls On Mayor Pugh To Release Anti-Violence StrategyMembers of BUILD, a group of churches and community organizations, rallied near the home of a 97-year-old homicide victim Waddell Tate Wednesday to urge Mayor Catherine Pugh to release a comprehensive strategy to fight violence.
Police Cancel Leave Amid Pride Events, Anti-Violence EffortPolice are canceling scheduled leave for officers in Baltimore this Saturday to meet the demands of an anti-violence strategy while protecting Pride festivities.
City Agencies Helping Children Recover From ViolenceBaltimore City agencies are sharing expertise and office space to provide services to child victims of trauma and violence.
Mosby: Witness Intimidation Needs To End To Stop The ViolenceIn a one-on-one interview with WJZ, State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby spoke of the fear gripping witnesses as Baltimore struggles through some of the most violent months in the city's history.
Mayor, City's Top Cop Work To Rebuild Community's Broken TrustAmid a major crime spike, leaders are out meeting with residents night after night. But can they repair relationships, and stop the violence?
Rep. Cummings: 'Black Lives Have To Matter To Black People'The nonstop spike in crime from month to month has one of Maryland's top congressional leaders begging for an end to what he calls "black on black" violence.
Police Chiefs Meet In D.C. To Discuss National Spike In ViolencePolice chiefs from across the nation are meeting to discuss the national spike in violence.
Feds To Help Baltimore Police Following Deadliest Month In DecadesOn the heels of another 11 shootings this weekend, Baltimore has a new plan to fight crime—a team of federal agents is moving in to help.
2 Dead, 10 Shot Overnight In BaltimoreThe uptick in violence gripping Baltimore City continues as the start of August comes with multiple people shot overnight.
'300 Men March' Brings Peace To Baltimore's Violent StreetsAs the city sees its first deadly shooting in the month of August, Baltimore’s “300 Men March” violence prevention movement is taking to the streets to spread a message of peace.
45 Homicides In July Becomes Baltimore's Deadliest Since 1972The deadliest month in more than four decades. Forty-five homicides for the month of July in Baltimore.