Biden takes actions aimed at curbing gun violence ‘epidemic’

The president’s moves came in the wake of two mass shootings — one on March 16 in Atlanta, where eight people were killed, and the other on March 22 in Colorado, where 10 lives were lost.

‘Life and death crisis’ in Baltimore leads Hogan to push crime bills

Calling it a “life and death crisis,” — particularly in Baltimore — Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan announced he will redesignate his violent crime package as emergency legislation.

Maryland legislators disappointed with Trump’s State of the Union address

WASHINGTON – Maryland’s Democratic lawmakers were cold to President Donald Trump’s call for unity in Tuesday’s State of the Union, saying it failed to break any new ground. House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, D-Mechanicsville, said he didn’t want to call…

State lawmakers look to ban untraceable guns in next session

With about a month until the 2019 Maryland General Assembly reconvenes on Jan. 9, the new Democratic state House Majority Leader is looking to continue the progress made last session on gun violence prevention by banning 3D and ghost guns in the state.

After Jacksonville shootings, gamers think about danger in the real world

WASHINGTON — The August shooting at a Madden 19 tournament in Jacksonville that left two people dead and nine wounded continued to linger in gamers’ minds as they traveled to Washington to compete in the Red Bull Conquest Finals this…

Middle school students step out to protest violence

In the month following the Parkland, Florida shooting there were 19 homicides in Baltimore. Middle school students at Hampstead Hill Academy organized a walkout to voice their opinions on the violence in their city and across the nation.

Bells sound at National Cathedral to honor the victims of the Las Vegas massacre

The bells rang at Washington’s National Cathedral Tuesday, once for each for victim of the massacre in Las Vegas on Sunday. For the religious leaders from throughout the area who participated in the observance, the sounding of the bells was more than just a memorial…it was a call for action.

Attorneys General Aim to Curb Regional Gun Violence, Trafficking

Attorneys general in Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia meet to coordinate efforts on reducing gun violence and illegal gun trafficking in the region.

Anti-gun Violence in Maryland

Approaching the two year anniversary of the Maryland Firearm Safety Act, state officials discuss the next steps in keeping Marylanders safe.

Van Hollen: Nation Must Adopt Maryland’s Gun Laws to Lower Homicides

Lawmakers want other states to emulate Maryland’s gun laws