1 Killed, 3 Injured In Tuesday Morning Shootings Around BaltimoreFour people were shot, one fatally, around Baltimore Tuesday morning.
Violence Continues As Baltimore Nears Record Homicide RateBaltimore could wrap up 2019 with its highest per-capita homicide rate on record as killings of adults and minors alike for drugs, retribution, money or no clear reason continue to add up and city officials appear unable to stop the violence.
Deadly Weekend: 13 Wounded, 4 Killed In 10 Shootings In BaltimoreBaltimore residents are looking for answers after another deadly weekend in the city ahead of the holiday week. 
30-Year-Old Shot Sunday Afternoon In BaltimoreA 30-year-old man was shot in the wrist and buttocks Sunday afternoon.
FOP Calls Baltimore 'City In Crisis,' Says Top Cops Aren't Doing EnoughAs Baltimore's homicide number continues to surpass the city's 2018 total and after several violent carjackings were reported over the weekend, the Fraternal Order of Police issued a statement urging city residents to take caution.
1 Man Shot, Woman Killed On Thanksgiving Day In BaltimoreBaltimore police are investigating a shooting and a homicide in Baltimore on Thanksgiving.
29-Year-Old Man Shot In Face In Baltimore Sunday NightA 29-year-old man was shot in the face Sunday night, adding to the violence in Baltimore over the weekend.
Amid Shortage, Baltimore Police Union Expresses Concerns Over Officer ExhaustionIn a letter to members this week, union leaders ask them to express health concerns to higher-ups and document their response.
Baltimore Police Announce New Patrol Strategy As Homicides RiseBaltimore police announced a new citywide patrol strategy as another violent weekend passes. 
Baltimore's Drug Game: As DEA Battles To End Trade, Turf Wars Fuel City ViolenceBaltimore's drug trade is not only fueling the city's opioid epidemic, it's the reason for the surge in city violence.
Torrey Smith, NFL Star-Turned-Teacher Aaron Maybin Tackle Challenges Facing Baltimore: ‘All Of Us Have Responsibility To Do More’Baltimore has been plagued by violence, a recent mayoral scandal, and police-involved scandals involving the Gun Trace Task Force and former commissioners as well. It's youngest residents also are struggling inside classrooms where basics like a lack of heat and air-conditioning will close down schools and where resources are sparse. Aaron Maybin, who grew up in Baltimore, said it takes more than wanting to change the city -- it takes embedding yourself into the city and being a part of the change.