Baltimore To Get Boost From Feds To Fight Violent CrimeThe Justice Department announced a crackdown Wednesday aimed at driving down violent crime in seven of the nation’s most violent cities.
Gov. Hogan Announces New Initiatives, Funding To Address Violent Crime In BaltimoreGovernor Hogan is setting into motion a series of new initiatives and legislation to get violent offenders off the streets and address the "violent crime crisis" facing Baltimore.
'Let's Talk Real Solutions': Mosby 'Stunned' By Hogan's Latest Crime PlanA day after Gov. Larry Hogan called on the attorney general's office to prosecute more violent crime cases in an effort to make Baltimore safer, the city's state's attorney had harsh words for the governor's plan.
Hogan Calls On AG To Prosecute More Baltimore Violent Crime CasesGov. Larry Hogan Wednesday announced two new initiatives designed to reduce violent crime in Baltimore.
Baltimore's Mayor, Police Commissioner Meet With Gov. Larry Hogan On City's Violent CrimeMayor Jack Young, Police Commissioner Michael Harrison and Governor Larry Hogan met in the governor's downtown office in Baltimore Friday to discuss violent crime in the city.
Federal, State Authorities Hope To 'Disrupt Gangs And Criminal Enterprises' In An Effort To End Baltimore's 'Violent Crime Crisis'State and local authorities reviewed their efforts to combat violent crime in Baltimore.
BPD Commissioner Urges Public's Help To Stop Violent Crimes, Talks Deployment Changes In 'Microzones'Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison urged the public to report any information on any violent crimes, after a violent weekend in Baltimore.
Baltimore 'Armed Career Criminal' Sentenced For Illegally Possessing FirearmA 32-year-old Baltimore man the justice department called "an armed career criminal" was sentenced to 16 years in federal prison and five years of supervised release for being a felon in possession of a firearm.
Baltimore One Of 10 Communities Getting Federal Support To Combat Violent CrimeBaltimore City is one of ten communities nationwide that will be getting federal support to combat violent crime, the U.S. Department of Justice announced Monday.
Baltimore County Exec. Blames Guns, Opioid Epidemic For Jump In Violent CrimesNew numbers show a sharp increase in the most serious violent crimes in Baltimore County last year.
Shooting Victims More Likely To Survive If Brought To Hospital By Private CarA new study finds that victims of gunshots and stabbings are significantly less likely to die if they're taken to the hospital by a private car than by an ambulance.
House Passes Bill On Violence Before A MinorThe House of Delegates has passed a measure to increase penalties for someone who commits a crime of violence in front of a minor.
O'Malley: Md. Violent Crime Lowest Since 1975Gov. Martin O'Malley's administration says homicides, violent crime and property crime have dropped to the lowest levels since 1975 in Maryland.
Opinion: President Obama Finally Comments On Hometown’s MurdersAfter months of criticism and complaining President Obama finally reacts to the horrific crime rate and record-breaking murder rate in Chicago.
Opinion: Media Covers Up Violence Of Flash MobsFlash mobs were once innocent social experiments, but now are all too often racial attacks. Unfortunately, the media continues to paint a rosy picture and fails to report the violence and crime they cause.