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The Baltimore Sun, which owns the Capital Gazette, reported what staffers at the local paper and their family members went through the day of the shooting.
Five people were killed and two others were injured when a gunman fired at people in the Capital Gazette newsroom in Annapolis, Maryland on Thursday — Here's what we know about the victims.
The Capital Gazette shooter used a legally purchased pump-action shotgun to kill five people in a Maryland newsroom on Thursday, according to the police. The suspect appeared in court Friday morning and was ordered detained until trial. He faces five counts of first-degree murder.
The Capital Gazette shooting suspect hid under a desk after the massacre until police found him, documents say
The man who allegedly gunned down five staff members in the Capital Gazette newsroom on Thursday had entered the building armed with a long gun, blew out the newsroom's glass doors, then tried to hid under a desk after the shooting until police found him, according to charging documents.
Capital Gazette reporter to Trump: ‘Thanks for your prayers, but I couldn’t give a f— about them if there’s nothing else’...
Two Capital Gazette staff writers, Selene San Felice and Phil Davis, gave a phone interview Thursday night on CNN after surviving a shooting in their newsroom earlier that day.
Resilient staff at Capital Gazette publishes a Friday paper hours after ‘targeted attack’ by gunman kills 5 employees
Journalists at the Capital Gazette immediately began reporting on the details of their own crisis. Some tweeted for help and to detail the unfolding chaos at the paper. Some tweeted frightening details of witnessing the carnage.
The suspect in the Maryland shooting once brought a defamation suit against the newspaper company and lost
Multiple news outlets reported on Thursday night that a man also named Jarrod Ramos filed a lawsuit against the newspaper chain in 2012. Ramos accused The Capital of publishing a defamatory article titled "Jarrod wants to be your friend."
Sarah Huckabee Sanders condemns ‘evil act of senseless violence’ after newspaper office shooting in Maryland
White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders responded to news of the shooting at the Capital Gazette newspaper, calling it an "evil act of senseless violence." The attack marks the 154th mass shooting in the US so far in 2018.
Five people are dead and several people were "gravely injured" after a shooting at the Capital Gazette newsroom in Annapolis, Maryland on Thursday afternoon.
People are slamming Fox News for reporting that the Maryland newspaper just targeted in a shooting doesn’t have an ‘ideological bent’...
As reports emerged of a shooting at the offices of the Capital Gazette newsroom in Maryland, the Fox News correspondent Trace Gallagher told his viewers that the network had investigated whether the newspaper has an ideological bent and had determined that it was simply a local paper.