Capital Gazette Shooter Defense Attorneys Request Closed Hearing For 'Sensational' CoverageThe Capital Gazette shooter was back in court on Thursday and defense attorneys are claiming that press reporting of Wednesday's hearing was "sensational and prejudicial."
Capital Gazette Shooter Back in Court, Defense Attorneys Attempt To Redact Previous Criminal ReferencesThe man who pleaded guilty to killing five people at The Capital Gazette almost 3 years ago was back in court Wednesday.
Motions Hearing Underway In Capital Gazette Shooting Case WednesdayA motions hearing is scheduled in Annapolis Wednesday for the man who pleaded guilty in the 2018 Capital Gazette shooting that left five people dead.
Maryland Panel OKs Funds For Capital Gazette Shooting Victims' MemorialMaryland's spending panel has approved funding for a memorial honoring five people killed at the Capital Gazette newspaper in 2018.
Motions Hearing Scheduled Thursday In Capital Gazette Shooting CaseA motions hearing is scheduled to take place in Annapolis Thursday in the Capital Gazette shooting case.
Lawyers Don't Seek Trial Delay In Capital Gazette Shooting CaseAttorneys for a man who killed five people at a Maryland newspaper said Friday they will not seek a delay at this time for the second phase of his trial to determine whether he is not criminally responsible due to insanity for the attack nearly three years ago.
Jury Notices To Be Sent Out Friday In Capital Gazette Murder TrialThe Capital Gazette gunman was in court Tuesday ahead of his scheduled jury trial this summer.
President Trump Signs Bill Creating Fallen Journalists Memorial Honoring Capital Gazette Shooting VictimsPresident Donald Trump has signed legislation that will create a memorial in the nation's capital remembering fallen journalists, including those gunned down in a shooting in Annapolis in 2018.
Wendi Winters, Capital Gazette Shooting Victim, Posthumously Awarded Carnegie Medal For HeroismOne of the victims of the deadly 2018 Capital Gazette shooting will posthumously earn an award for her heroism.
Judge Rules On Scope Of Testimony In Capital Gazette Shooting CaseA psychiatrist retained by prosecutors in the sanity phase of a trial for a man who killed five people at a Maryland newspaper isn't barred by law from testifying about whether he believes the gunman was criminally responsible, but he can't directly compare him to other mass shooters in an FBI report, a judge ruled Friday.
Defense Continues Arguing Capital Gazette Shooter's Constitutional Rights Were Violated; Prosecution Calls Claim 'Fishing Expedition'The gunman in the deadly Capital Gazette shooting left court Thursday following a second day of motions as a judge weighs whether to allow a doctor's psychiatric evaluation to be included in the case.
Prosecutors, Defense Argue Over How Capital Gazette Shooter's Psychiatric Evaluation Was Obtained In Motion HearingThe Capital Gazette gunman appeared in court again on Wednesday.
Jury Trial Of Accused Capital Gazette Shooter Jarrod Ramos Delayed Until December Due To Coronavirus PandemicA jury trial in the case of a man accused of killing five people in an Annapolis newsroom in 2018 has been pushed back to December due to the coronavirus pandemic.
June 28 Proclaimed As 'Freedom Of The Press Day' In Honor Of Slain Capital Gazette JournalistsGov. Larry Hogan is honoring the memories of five Capital Gazette employees who were killed in a mass shooting on June 28, 2018 by proclaiming the date as "Freedom of the Press Day."
Memorial To Be Constructed To Honor Victims Of Capital Gazette ShootingThis week marks two years since five Capital Gazette employees were killed when a gunman opened fire at the Annapolis office.