Howard County's 'Red Sand Ceremony' Shines Light On Human TraffickingJanuary is Human Trafficking Prevention Month, and on Monday, officials and survivors said they wanted the "Red Sand Ceremony" to show human trafficking victims that they aren't being forgotten.
Group Of Baltimore Organizations Looking For Solutions To End Human TraffickingWith human trafficking being a major issue in Baltimore, federal agencies like the FBI are trying to crack down on this crime.
This Baltimore Shelter Is Helping Survivors Of Sex Trafficking Heal From The Trauma, Find A New LifeA one-of-a-kind shelter in Baltimore, Maryland is helping women heal after years of abuse. The women are all survivors of sex trafficking, a growing national problem that's right here in our neighborhoods.
Recognizing The Signs Of Human TraffickingHow you can help sex trafficking victims and recognize the signs to report it.
4 Charged With Human Trafficking, 2 Women Rescued From Highlandtown BrothelPolice announced the arrests of four people allegedly linked with human trafficking ring in southeast Baltimore.
Truckers Join Fight With Md. Attorney General Against Human TraffickingA day-long training session Thursday gave truckers an idea of what to look for. 
2 Charged With Human Trafficking At Jessup Red Roof InnTwo people were charged with human trafficking in Jessup, Howard County Police said Tuesday.
Elkridge Man Charged With Human Trafficking, Drug Charges In ElkridgeA 49-year-old Waldorf man was charged with trafficking four women at an Elkridge motel.
Md. Attorney General Indicts Two People For Human TraffickingValdez Lawrence, of Baltimore and Mary Carr, of Dundalk, are accused of forcing two women to engage in sexual acts for money in Anne Arundel County, Baltimore County, Baltimore City and Howard County. 
Howard County Man Charged With Human TraffickingA Howard County man was charged after he allegedly trafficked a woman from Maryland to California and back. Demontre Haynes, 34, of Fort Meade, is facing multiple counts of human trafficking and assault.
DC Man Sentenced To Serve 5 Years For Human Trafficking Of Minor-ConspiracyLuis Privado, 24, was sentenced to 25 years in the Division of Correction, with all but five years suspended, effectively serving five years in prison.