'You Will Be Prosecuted': New Effort Aimed At Stopping Illegal Gun TraffickingThe Baltimore U.S. Attorney's Office joined with regional and federal forces Friday to announce Project Guardian- an effort to stop the trafficking of guns and get them away from people who aim to use them for violence.
Beloved Catonsville Y Coach Jordan Taylor Laid To RestFamily and friends said their final goodbyes to Jordan Taylor Thursday.
Baltimore's 2019 Non-Fatal Shootings Up By More Than 100 Compared To 2018Baltimore Police released the updated numbers for shootings in the city for 2019.
Baltimore Holds Second Gun Buyback During Gun Violence SpikeA spike in gun violence has Baltimore's Mayor Catherine Pugh demanding change to turn the City around.
BPD Cancels Officer Leave, Beefs Up Patrol After 37 Murders In SeptemberAs of Tuesday night, Baltimore was at 234 homicides for all of 2018.
Police Investigating Separate Homicides In Baltimore Monday MorningThe Baltimore Police Department is investigating two separate fatal shootings that happened Monday morning.
Murder Of 16-Year-Old Marks Baltimore's 100th Homicide This YearTwo teens have been shot in less than a week in Baltimore, which just recorded its 100th murder of 2018.
Baltimore Continues Surge In Shootings; Resident Says 'There Is No Hope'Baltimore has seen a surge in murders this month with 33 people killed in the past 30 days and a number of brazen shootings.
Viewing Held For Slain Morgan State StudentA viewing was held Friday for 19-year-old Jonathan Tobash, and it will be followed by his funeral and internment Saturday.
3 Homicides In Span Of 2 Hours Pushes Baltimore's Total To 300 For 3rd Straight YearThree homicides in the span of two hours Thursday night in Baltimore City has pushed the yearly total over 300 for the third straight year.
Violence In Baltimore Continues With 2 SlayingsViolence in Baltimore that began over the weekend with at least 20 people shot continued.
Baltimore Police Announce Series Of Arrests In Shootings, HomicidesMajor crime bust. Homicides in Baltimore are higher this year compared to last. Monday, city police announced arrests in several shootings and homicides.