Four Swastikas Found Etched Into Johns Hopkins University Dorm ElevatorJohns Hopkins University officials are investigating after four swastikas were found etched into the walls of a dormitory elevator on the Peabody Institute campus.
Avowed White Supremacist Gets Life Sentence In Charlottesville AttackAn avowed white supremacist who drove his car into a crowd of counterprotesters during a white nationalist rally in Virginia was sentenced to life in prison Friday on hate crime charges.
All Four Teens Get Weekend Jail Sentences, Community Service In Glenelg High Hate Crime CaseBecause of their age and no criminal records, the judge reduced their prison sentences to time in county jail and community service.
Towson Church Stands Up Against Hate After Signs Are VandalizedA progressive church in Towson is standing up against hate after signs welcoming a diverse congregation were vandalized last week.
2 Teens Charged With Hate Crimes At Glenelg High To Appear In CourtTwo of the four teens charged with hate crimes at Glenelg High School in May are set to appear in court Thursday morning.
Hate Crimes Increased By 17% In 2017, FBI Report FindsThe report found that 7,175 hate crimes were reported by law enforcement agencies in 2017, up from 6,121 reported incidents in 2016.
Baltimore Community Leaders Call For Change Amidst Hate Crime RiseHate crimes are now up in most major cities, and there are people in Baltimore's community who want change, and who are determined to help each other 'heal the divide' so many are feeling after what happened last weekend in Pittsburgh.
Hate, Bias Crimes On The Rise In Maryland, Across The USSaturday's attack on the Jewish community is the deadliest in U.S. history, but hardly isolated.
State Report Says Hate, Bias Crimes On The Rise In MarylandA report from state police says Maryland saw a sharp uptick in reports of hate or bias in 2017. The trend mirrors a national increase in reported hate crimes.
Maryland Sees Increase In Hate Crimes Reported In 2017Hate crimes are increasing across our state. Sometimes it can be a poster found at Maryland universities, or incidents of outright violence.
One Year Later: No Suspect Found In American University Hate CrimeA statement from the university reads that all credible leads were exhausted but if someone has new information, it will be investigated.