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Governor Larry Hogan Announces New Initiative to Combat Violent Crime

A Violent Crime Joint Operations Center will open in Baltimore City.

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One Is Too Many

Looking Baltimore's gun violence epidemic in the eye, one grieving mother at a time.

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Baltimore Is Overlooked for Attorney General’s Public Safety Partnership

​City council and BPD continue to combat violence locally.​

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Five Things to Know Before Bingeing The Keepers on Netflix

Seven-part series examines nun's murder and sex abuse scandal at Archbishop Keough High School.

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Serial's Adnan Syed Begins Appeal Process

New briefing outlines argument for overturning life sentence.

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Key Witness in Serial Case Appeal Bolsters Adnan Syed's Alibi

New affidavit reaffirms Syed's presence in library during time of murder.

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We React to the End of Serial

Podcast revisiting Baltimore murder wraps up—but with a bang or a whimper?

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Listeners React to the Season Finale of Serial

Fans share thoughts and unanswered questions about the riveting podcast.

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Baltimore Teen's Murder Re-Examined in New Podcast

Makers of This American Life delve into questions surrounding the 1999 murder of a Woodlawn High School senior.

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Powerful essay on recent crime

As violent crime in Southeast Baltimore rises, one resident speaks out.

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20 Events of 2013: City endures two weeks of homicide hell

A frightening 10-day period in late June

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BPD Takes To Social Media

Local cops are facing challenges—and getting creative—on Twitter.

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Corner Life

For decades, Korean-American storeowners have faced struggles in Baltimore City. They still do.

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No Justice, No Peace

Baltimore County’s cold case unit hasn’t forgotten the victims and families of unsolved crimes.

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Paw and Order

Police K-9 units have become an increasingly essential law-enforcement tool in and around Baltimore.

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Off the Wall

Baltimore's most notorious graffiti artist tries to go straight, juggling family, school, sobriety, and an art world that just might embrace him.

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In the Line of Fire

A veteran cop faces his toughest opponent: City Hall.

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When You're Going Through Hell, Keep On Going

Her husband's murder transformed a young wife into a victims' rights advocate. Will Anna Sowers' activism make Baltimore safer?

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Norris Rising

Baltimore’s ex-con ex-police commissioner has reinvented himself as a rising talk radio star. But if Ed Norris could have any job he wanted, he’d take his old one back.

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God Only Knows

What dark undermining of the soul might allow certain men of God to sexually terrorize our sons and daughters?

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