Some Marylanders Turn To Prayer In Wake Of El Paso, Dayton ShootingsAt the Liberty Seventh Day Adventist Church in Windsor Mill Monday evening, prayer and politics mixed as the congregation prayed for the victims of two deadly mass shootings over the weekend.
Gov. Larry Hogan: Maryland Authorities Monitoring For Potential Threats Online Following Mass Shootings In El Paso, DaytonMaryland officials are monitoring online activity for potential threats, according to Gov. Larry Hogan.
Ravens, Jaguars Pray For El Paso, Dayton Mass Shooting Victims At Joint PracticeAhead of their preseason game Thursday, the Baltimore Ravens and the Jacksonville Jaguars players prayed together for the victims of the two mass shootings over the weekend at their joint practice in Owings Mills.
Maryland Has Red Flag Law That Allows Police To Take Guns From People Who Pose Threats, Mentally IllDuring an address to the nation Monday following two mass shootings in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio, President Donald Trump condemned "racism, bigotry and white supremacy" and showed support for "red flag laws" that would prevent people deemed mentally ill from having access to weapons. 
DC Religious Leaders Talk About Healing After Mass Shootings, MPD Enhance SecurityLeaders of churches and a synagogue that were victimized by violent hate crimes met Monday evening to talk about how they helped their congregants heal.
Md. Citizens Learning Skills To Save Lives In The Event Of A Violent AttackA program called Bleeding Control aims to teach everyday Americans life-saving skills like using hands, dressings, and tourniquets to stop bleeding in the case of a violent attack in Maryland.