Jury Selected In Capital Gazette Shooter TrialA jury has been selected in the trial for Capital Gazette gunman Jarrod Ramos.
Second Day Of Jury Selection In Capital Gazette Mass Shooting Case Concludes With At Least 70 Qualified JurorsLawyers rolled their caseload back into the Circuit Court for Anne Arundel County on Thursday, as the court tries to narrow down a jury pool of about 300 people to 12 jurors with alternates.
Jury Selection Begins In Capital Gazette Mass Shooting CaseJury selection is set to begin Wednesday for the second part of a trial in the case of a man who killed five people at a Maryland newspaper in 2018.
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.
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."
Judge Accepts Accused Capital Gazette Shooter Jarrod Ramos' Guilty Plea; Ramos Requests Jury Determine SanityHe is now asking for a jury trial on whether he is criminally responsible for Capital Gazette murders.
Judge Rules On Discussing Insanity Plea In Newspaper AttackAnother pretrial hearing was held Friday in the Jarrod Ramos case- he's accused of killing five employees at the Capital Gazette newspaper last year.
Judge Will Allow Capital Gazette Shooting Video At TrialA judge is scheduled to hear arguments from attorneys again on whether a graphic video of a shooting at a Maryland newspaper can be used at the alleged gunman's trial.
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.
Slain Newspaper Editor Gerald Fischman Hailed As Quiet But Brilliant Writer One of the five newspaper employees killed in a shooting at a Maryland newspaper's office is remembered as a shy man who expressed his brilliant intellect through the editorials he wrote.