Community Gathers On E. Fayette Street For Ceasefire Event, Remembers MTA Bus Driver Marcus Parks Sr.Baltimore Ceasefire 365 blessed different locations across the city on Sunday where people were killed.
Maryland Attorney General Joins Coalition Backing California's Ammunition Sales LawsMaryland Attorney General Brian Frosh has joined a coalition of 16 other attorneys general in supporting California's ammunition regulations.
Coronavirus In Maryland: Baltimore Police Told To Use Discretion For Low-Level ArrestsLast week, the department ordered additional protective equipment, such as masks, for officers who may interact with infected people. 
Woman Shot In Wrist In East Baltimore Late SaturdayPolice have not found an official crime scene yet, they said Sunday. 
'It's Getting Out Of Hand' | Violence Hits City Through First Baltimore Ceasefire Weekend Of 2020The violence spanned through "Ceasefire Weekend," a grassroots movement to spread the non-violence message.
Baltimore's First Ceasefire Weekend Of 2020 Sees 15 Shot, 3 Fatally From Friday Night To Sunday NightThough this weekend was the first Baltimore Ceasefire Weekend of 2020, the city still saw violence.
BPD Commissioner Harrison Calls Weekend Violence 'Deeply Disturbing' After 5 Killed, 7 Injured In Saturday ShootingsMultiple violent attacks Saturday left five people dead and seven others injured throughout Baltimore. 
Local Group Calls For Baltimore To Put Guns Down In East Baltimore With Ceasefire Meditation, Peace WalkMembers of "Baltimore and Beyond Mindfulness Community" held a ceasefire meditation and peace walk Sunday in East Baltimore. 
'One Book Baltimore' Hands Out 12K Copies Of 'Long Way Down' For Second Year“One Book Baltimore” kicked off its second year Tuesday at Enoch Pratt Central Library.
Author Of Early "Red Flag" Law Says It Has "Stood The Test Of Time"Lawmakers disagree on much of what's been proposed to stem gun violence in America. But one proposal that has support from some Republicans and Democrats is what's known as a "red flag law."
U.S. Mayors, Including Baltimore's Jack Young, Urge Lawmakers To Take Action On Gun ViolenceA group of mayors from around the country, including Baltimore Mayor Bernard C. "Jack" Young, visited the nation's capital Tuesday, urging lawmakers to take action to prevent gun violence.