June 28 Proclaimed As 'Freedom Of The Press Day' In Honor Of Slain Capital Gazette JournalistsGov. Larry Hogan is honoring the memories of five Capital Gazette employees who were killed in a mass shooting on June 28, 2018 by proclaiming the date as "Freedom of the Press Day."
Judge Rules On Discussing Insanity Plea In Newspaper AttackAnother pretrial hearing was held Friday in the Jarrod Ramos case- he's accused of killing five employees at the Capital Gazette newspaper last year.
Judge Will Allow Capital Gazette Shooting Video At TrialA judge is scheduled to hear arguments from attorneys again on whether a graphic video of a shooting at a Maryland newspaper can be used at the alleged gunman's trial.
A Year After Capital Gazette Attack, Journalists Embraced By AnnapolisReporters who survived the worst attack on journalists in U.S. history say the trauma has not faded, but their connection with their readers is a source of comfort and inspiration.
Slain Gazette Staffer Rebecca Smith Remembered As 'Beautiful Soul'Friends and family members offered their fond memories of Rebecca Smith, one of five employees killed in a shooting in a Maryland newspaper's office.
4 Journalists, 1 Staffer Killed In Shooting At Capital Gazette In AnnapolisFive employees of the Capital Gazette were killed when a sole gunman opened fire in their Annapolis newsroom Thursday afternoon.