“Clearly, there were a lot of mixed feelings,” Gazette editor Rick Hutzell told The Associated Press. “No one wants to win an award for something that kills five of your friends.”
From schools to synagogues to newsrooms, reports of an “active shooter” have become more and more common in American life. The situation has gotten to the point that the FBI report called for members of the public to be trained in how to thwart active shooters.
The man charged with killing five people at a Maryland newspaper office will get more time to consider an insanity plea.
The Maryland General Assembly has voted to name June 28 “Freedom of the Press Day” in honor of the Capital Gazette victims who died in a shooting in the newspaper’s Annapolis newsroom last year.
The judge in the Capital Gazette shooting case will decide in one week whether the alleged shooter will be granted additional time to consider an insanity plea.
Lawyers for a man charged with killing five people at an Annapolis, Maryland, newspaper office are again asking for more time to consider an insanity defense.
The judge in a case against a man accused of killing five people at an Annapolis, Maryland, newspaper office ruled Monday that prosecutors have provided “significantly more” information about the charges to defense attorneys than the law requires.
Attorneys for the man accused of killing five people at the Capital Gazette newsroom in Maryland say prosecutors haven’t provided them with enough factual details involving the charges against their client.
Jarrod Ramos was attentive and appeared engaged as he listened to his public defenders ask for more detailed evidence in some filings provided by prosecutors so far.
An anonymous donor has given $5,000 for college scholarships from the Annapolis Police Department in honor of the five people killed at the Capital Gazette last year, allowing five students to receive $1,000 college scholarships.
A Maryland senator has filed a bill to name June 28 as “Freedom of the Press Day” in honor of the five killed in the shooting at the Capital Gazette newspaper.
Top political leaders are supporting a proposal to rename the Maryland State House’s main press room in honor of the five Capital Gazette employees killed in last year’s newsroom shooting.
A leadership crisis at the University of Maryland and within D.C.’s Catholic Archdiocese. Record rain and another 1,000-year-flood that devastated a community. A 10-year-old’s senseless slaying, and a D.C. sports team’s triumph on the ice. Take a look back at some of the local news stories that dominated the headlines in 2018.
Dozens of people gathered Tuesday for a ceremony dedicating the Capital Gazette Memorial Seminar Room at the university’s Philip Merrill College of Journalism.
Four journalists and an Annapolis, Maryland, news organization have been named TIME’s Person of the Year for 2018. They are what Time calls “guardians and the war on truth.”
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