42 States, D.C. Urge Streaming Services To Limit Tobacco Use In Videos Popular With KidsAttorneys general from 42 states, including Maryland, as well as Washington, D.C. sent a letter Wednesday to leaders of 14 different streaming services, asking the companies to limit tobacco use in videos popular among kids and teenagers.
Israeli Woman Convicted In $145M Scheme To Defraud InvestorsAn Israeli woman was convicted Wednesday of orchestrating a scheme to defraud tens of thousands of investors across the globe out of tens of millions of dollars.
Uruguay And Venezuela Tell Its Citizens To Avoid Traveling To BaltimoreUruguay's Ministry of Foreign Affairs is warning its citizens to not travel to certain cities in the United States- including Baltimore. 
Here's How You Can Protect Yourself In An Active Shooter SituationWith two mass shootings in less than 24 hours over this last weekend, some people find themselves scared. Not just about going out in public- but about what to do if they ever find themselves in an active shooter situation. 
Maryland Has Red Flag Law That Allows Police To Take Guns From People Who Pose Threats, Mentally IllDuring an address to the nation Monday following two mass shootings in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio, President Donald Trump condemned "racism, bigotry and white supremacy" and showed support for "red flag laws" that would prevent people deemed mentally ill from having access to weapons. 
Dayton Officials Call For More Gun Control In Wake Of Mass Shooting -- LatestCity officials in Dayton, Ohio, are held a press conference Monday in the wake of a mass shooting that left nine dead in the country's second deadly shooting rampage over the weekend. 
El Paso Shooting | Prosecutors To Seek Death Penalty For Alleged Gunman Patrick Crusius -- LatestAt a news conference Sunday, District Attorney Jaime Esparza announced that the 21-year-old will face a capital murder charge, which makes him eligible for the death penalty.
There Have Been More Mass Shootings Than Number Of Days In 2019 So Far, Nonprofit Data FindsThe nonprofit "Gun Violence Archive" has been compiling data on mass shootings, and the group found there have been more mass shootings than the number of days so far in 2019.
President Trump Says Tweet About Rep. Elijah Cummings Home Burglary Wasn't A 'Wise Guy' CommentPresident Donald Trump didn't have much to say when he found Rep. Elijah Cummings home was burglarized.
WJZ FACT CHECK: Is Baltimore’s Murder Rate Higher Than Central American Countries’?Is Baltimore's murder rate higher than El Salvador's? WJZ fact checks the White House.
Lawyers Seek 10 Years Instead Of Life For Pipe Bomb MailerAttorneys for a Florida man who mailed crudely made pipe bombs to prominent critics of President Donald Trump weeks before the midterm elections say he should spend no more than 10 years and one month in prison.
'The Wire' And 'The Chi' Actress Sonja Sohn Arrested For Cocaine Possession In North Carolina, TMZ ReportsActress Sonja Sohn, known for her roles in a number of crime dramas including the Baltimore-based HBO series "The Wire," was arrested for drug possession in North Carolina Sunday, according to TMZ.
Trump Abortion Restrictions Go Into Effect ImmediatelyEffective immediately, family planning clinics that are funded by taxpayers must stop referring women for abortions, the Trump administration said Monday.
'Don't Lie For The Other Guy' | ATF, Local Police Target Illegal Gun PurchasersThe campaign warns against buying guns for others, which officials said can lead to deadly outcomes like in the infamous Joseph Palczynski case.
FBI Says Ransomware Victims Shouldn't Pay, Instead Protect Their SystemsThe computer systems at more than a half dozen cities and public services across the country have been hit by ransomware this year. Baltimore is one of them. That attack could end up costing the city more than $18 million.