A new code of conduct in Baltimore City schools gives principals more control over suspensions–even for zero tolerance violations like weapons on campus.
State police are dealing with a massive backlog as they try to process thousands of background checks on people waiting to buy handguns in Maryland. And in some cases, that delay has helped guns fall into the hands of people who shouldn’t have them.
The U.S. Park Police, the law enforcement agency responsible for safeguarding the National Mall and critical American landmarks, has lost track of a large supply of handguns, rifles and shotguns, according to a harshly critical report issued Thursday.
Police raid an East Baltimore home looking for drugs, but what they find inside is much scarier. An arsenal of weapons, including three assault rifles, and bulletproof vests.
A Maryland delegate launches a campaign to close what he calls a loophole in Maryland gun laws.
Vera Torres went to the Nation’s Gun Show in Chantilly last month looking for a handgun. She left with Amazing Wonder Tops.
Connecticut officials are setting aside millions of dollars to address backlogs in background checks that have soared into the thousands since the December school shooting in the state, which is one of several struggling with bottlenecks as people rush to buy guns ahead of new restrictions.
Delegate Neil Parrott has scheduled an announcement about a gun-control bill that passed this session.
A police raid stuns a quiet neighborhood in Anne Arundel County. Detectives say they found dozens of high-powered weapons and the investigation also involved Baltimore City and federal authorities.
Anne Arundel County Police were alerted Wednesday about a possible trespasser at Old Mill High School.
Hundreds take part in Howard County’s first gun buyback event in nearly two decades.
A Baltimore police officer has pleaded guilty to federal drug and weapons charges.