Judge In Capital Gazette Shooting Case Rules On Evidence SharingAttorneys in the case have been wrangling over issues relating to discovery, a legal process in which information about evidence is exchanged between the defense and the prosecution.
Memorial Held For 5 Employees Killed In Capital Gazette ShootingJune 28 marks exactly one year since the deadly shooting at The Capital Gazette newsroom.
Gov. Hogan Proclaims Freedom Of The Press Day In Honor Of Capital Gazette Journalists Killed Last YearThe day will specifically honor Gerald Fischman, Rob Hiaasen, John McNamara, Rebecca Smith, and Wendi Winters. 
A Year After Capital Gazette Attack, Journalists Embraced By AnnapolisReporters who survived the worst attack on journalists in U.S. history say the trauma has not faded, but their connection with their readers is a source of comfort and inspiration.
Court Hearing Postponed In Capital Gazette Newspaper Shooting CaseThe accused killer in the attack on a Maryland newsroom last year faced a judge again Tuesday as attorneys edge closer to trial.
Memorial Proposed For Fallen Journalists A Year After Capital Gazette ShootingThe publisher of the Maryland newspaper where a gunman killed five people last year is pushing for a national monument to fallen journalists.
Maryland To Honor Capital Gazette Shooting AnniversaryA memorial dedication, gun violence forum and moment of silence are among the events scheduled for the one-year anniversary of the attack on The Capital Gazette newspaper in Maryland that killed five employees.
Defense Seeks To Hold Capital Gazette Shooting Trial In 2 PhasesLawyers for a man charged with killing five people at a Maryland newspaper are asking for his trial to be held in two parts, to determine guilt or innocence separately from whether his mental state made him not criminally responsible.
4 Capital Gazette Victims Honored At Newseum MemorialEach year, the Newseum rededicates its Journalists Memorial in recognition of the dangers in the profession of journalism and those who died in the pursuit of news. 
Accused Capital Gazette Mass Shooter Appears In Court; Mental Evaluation ‘Ongoing’A judge has scheduled a hearing this month to resolve several pretrial matters for the man charged with killing five people at the Capital Gazette newspaper in Annapolis, Maryland.
More Than 100 Weapons, 35,000 Rounds Of Ammunition Confiscated Under Maryland's Red Flag Law In PG County In Last YearOnce weapons are seized, the person does go before the court and has the chance to plead their case and defend themselves.