Proposed Grace's Law 2.0 Passes Unanimously In Senate, Awaits Review From Judiciary House CommitteeThe proposed Grace's Law 2.0 passed unanimously in the Maryland Senate Friday, a bill that would increase the current penalties for cyberbullying.
Friends To Honor Md. Teen Who Committed SuicideFriends of a Maryland teenager who committed suicide two years ago will get to honor her memory at graduation.
Cousins Of Bullied Teen Encourage 'Kindness For Grace' On What Would Have Been Her 17th BirthdayOctober is National Bullying Awareness Month. It's also the month Grace McComas would have turned 17. The Howard County teen took her own life after relentless cyberbullying.
Howard County Launches App To Combat CyberbullyingJust a few weeks after state lawmakers pass a law against cyberbullying, one county is launching an app to report it.
Ray Rice Rallies Against Cyberbullying In Howard CountyA Super Bowl champion is a champion for victims of cyberbullying. The Ravens' Ray Rice meets with families in Howard County to raise awareness.
Cyberbullying Bill Named After Howard County Teen Moves To SenateA cyberbullying bill inspired by a Howard County teen moves to the Senate.
Ray Rice Rallies Against Bullying; Howard Co. Family Speaks Out About Teen's SuicideThe problem of bullying has claimed kids' lives across the country and in Maryland. Star Ravens player Ray Rice is joining thousands of parents and teens to help stop more tragedies.
Local Family Stands Up To CyberbulliesIt's bullying taken to a whole new level. Cyberbullying allows millions of people to witness someone's humiliation on the Internet.
Ray Rice Campaigns To End Cyberbullying After Howard Co. Teen Commits SuicideA grief-stricken Howard County family gets support from a Baltimore Raven. Ray Rice is hoping to help end cyberbullying, inspired to join the fight after a tragic loss.