Pregnant Woman Dies After Being Shot By Husband; Newborn In Critical ConditionPolice say a newborn is in critical condition after a pregnant Baltimore County woman died after being shot by her husband.
Baltimore Man Gets 10 Year Sentence For Strangling Pregnant GirlfriendA man found guilty of strangling his pregnant girlfriend is set to spend the next 10 years behind bars.
New Numbers Show Maryland Has High Rate Of Domestic ViolenceThe crimes often happen behind closed doors, but new numbers show Maryland is one of the worst states for domestic violence.
Gospel Singer Cheryl Fortune Opens Up About Surviving Domestic AbuseIn Maryland alone, at least one person a week dies a victim of domestic violence. 
Police: Man Fatally Beats Pregnant Wife With Pipe WrenchPolice say a 48-year-old Florida man used a pipe wrench to beat his pregnant wife to death in front of their four children after an argument over whether the baby was his.
Former NFL Running Back Trent Richardson Denies AbuseFormer NFL and Alabama running back Trent Richardson is denying charges that he hit his former girlfriend, who is the mother of his four children.
Ray Rice: 'I Didn't Leave The Game The Way I Wanted To"More damage control tonight for former Ravens running back Ray Rice as he tries to re-enter the NFL.
Anti-Abuse Super Bowl Commercial Stirs Controversy Before It AirsThe Super Bowl won't be on the air until Sunday, but some controversial ads are already making waves.
2014: The Year In Baltimore Sports Scandalsit was a tough year in for Baltimore sports figures, teams & their fans. The numbers indicate the interest in those stories the general public has.
New Advisers Say NFL Is Serious About ReformMonths after former Baltimore Ravens player Ray Rice is suspended from the NFL for a domestic violence dispute caught on tape, the league has been making efforts to educate players and staff about domestic abuse.
Md. Police Officers Learn Better Ways To Handle Domestic Abuse CasesIt's one of the most dangerous calls for officers to respond to: domestic violence. Tuesday, officers from Baltimore to Virginia met to discuss how to better handle domestic abuse before it turns deadly.