Baltimore Homicide Rate Climbs To 255; Non-Fatal Shootings Top 600 MarkBaltimore's homicide rate continues to climb, with a weekend murder bringing the year's total to 255.
Two Men Killed In Overnight Shootings In BaltimoreTwo people were killed in shootings between 9 p.m. Thursday night and 3 a.m. Friday morning, police said. 
Baltimore's 2019 Homicide Rate Continues To Outpace 2018 With 249 Homicides Compared To 212 Last YearThere have also been 588 non-fatal shootings, compared to 482 last year.
Two Killed, Four Injured In Baltimore Shootings Overnight Into SundayBetween shortly before midnight Sunday and 2 p.m. Sunday afternoon, five people were shot- one fatally- around Baltimore.
'It's Got To Stop' | Teens Among Victims Of Recent Deadly Shootings In Baltimore A triple shooting Tuesday night struck three teens in northeast Baltimore, and one of them- a 19-year-old man- was killed in what neighbors described as a shootout just after 10 p.m.
Baltimore Violence Continues Over Labor Day Weekend, With Two Killed On The HolidayIt was the fifth shooting of the night, police said. 
Police Investigating After Walk-In 23-Year-Old Shooting Victim Shows Up At HospitalThe victim wasn't able to give information about where he was shot and who the suspect might be. 
Residents Worry For Their Kids After 3 Quadruple Shootings Reported In Baltimore Over Labor Day WeekendIt's seen three quadruple shootings in a matter of a just a few days, with two people killed- and dozens more are now in the hospital recovering from their injuries. 
21-Year-Old Man Injured In West Lafayette Ave ShootingAt around 5:46 a.m., officers investigated the 2500 block of West Lafayette Avenue for a report of a shooting, where they found the victim suffering from gunshot wounds. 
One Man Dead, 19-Year-Old Man Injured In SW Baltimore Shooting Sunday NightDetectives believe the men were shot during the same incident. 
Man Shot To Death In West Baltimore Saturday NightHomicide detectives are investigating this incident and are asking anyone with information to call (410) 396-2100 or call Metro Crime Stoppers at 1-866-7LOCKUP.