Hogan Joins Workgroup Of 8 Governors Studying Recommendations On Gun Violence, School SafetyGov. Larry Hogan is one of eight governors on a bipartisan work group that will study state-level solutions to gun violence and safety at schools, the National Governors Association said.
'Enough Is Enough': Thousands Demand New Gun Safety LawsThousands of people rallied across the United States on Saturday in a renewed push for gun control measures after recent deadly mass shootings from Uvalde, Texas, to Buffalo, New York, that activists say should compel Congress to act.
Local Victim's Advocate Calls For Community Care After Deadly Shootings Rock Baltimore CommunityAs families mourn the loss of several young lives, longtime victim’s advocate Sonja Merchant-Jones said intervention is key to seeing change on the horizon.
Independent Investigation Unit Launches Probe Into Towson Police-Involved ShootingThe Independent Investigations Division of the Office of the Maryland Attorney General has begun to investigate an officer-involved shooting that killed a man in Towson on Saturday.
Students Of Color Push Back On Calls For Police In SchoolsAfter the mass shooting at a Texas elementary school, schools around the country pledged to boost security measures and increased the presence of law enforcement on campus—partly to reassure parents and students.
Governors Diverge On Gun Control, School Security EffortsAs the U.S. mourns the victims of its latest mass shooting — 19 elementary school students and two teachers gunned down in Texas — Democratic governors are amplifying their calls for greater restrictions on guns.
A Mass Shooting In Texas Has Reignited A Nationwide Conversation On Gun ViolenceThe topic of gun violence is back in the national headlines after another gun tragedy—this time in Texas.
COVID-19, Shootings: Is Mass Death Now Tolerated In America?After mass shootings killed and wounded people grocery shopping, going to church and simply living their lives last weekend, the nation marked a milestone of 1 million deaths from COVID-19. The number, once unthinkable, is now an irreversible reality in the United States — just like the persistent reality of gun violence that kills tens of thousands of people every year.
US Has The Highest Rate Of Gun-related Deaths In More Than 25 Years, New CDC Data ShowsThe rate of gun-related deaths in the US appears to be getting worse.
Frightened Neighbors Demand Action After 70-Year-Old Woman Murdered In Northwest BaltimoreMayor Brandon Scott called for people to come forward to close this case. He spoke to WJZ just hours after the body was discovered.
Week-Long Training Program Aims To Address Trauma Inflicted Upon Black And Brown GirlsAddressing the root causes of trauma in Baltimore’s Black and brown communities. It’s done each and every day thanks to several community organizations and is now the focus of a week-long training.
Three Men Killed In Separate Shootings In Baltimore Saturday Two men were killed and a third wounded in separate incidents Saturday, Baltimore Police said.
Stray Bullet Hits 72-Year-Old Woman In Her Baltimore Home; She Sustains Non-Life-Threatening InjuriesThree people have been shot in separate shootings in Baltimore early Saturday.
Baltimore Records More Homicides And Shootings In 2021 Than In 2020The city closed a somber chapter Friday night. The police department released the final numbers for murders and shootings in Baltimore City, and they both show a rise over 2020.
Two Men Killed, 16-Year-Old Boy Wounded In Baltimore New Year's Day ShootingThe new year is off to a violent start, as two men were killed and a 16-year-old boy wounded in a shooting 90 minutes into 2022, according to Baltimore Police.