The top prosecutor in Prince George’s County will be testifying before Maryland lawmakers about the need to criminalize threats of mass violence.
Maryland lawmakers are hearing from victims of domestic violence about how several changes in the law would increase protections for them.
A multi-million dollar federal grant is designed to cut crime on school campuses nationwide. One local district says it wants a piece of the funds.
A string of burglaries and violent robberies have a popular downtown neighborhood fighting back. Business leaders in the Canton neighborhood are considering hiring added security to keep residents and visitors safe.
There is finally relief for several small businesses in Glen Burnie after a sudden cluster of armed robberies left people shaken.
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.