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Five people died and two others were injured in a shooting June 28 at the Capital Gazette newspaper in Annapolis. Jarrod W. Ramos, a Laurel man with a long-running feud with the Capital, has been charged with murder in the shooting.

Journalists dove under their desks and pleaded for help on social media. One described the scene a “war zone.” Another said he jumped over a dead colleague and fled for his life.

Federal lawmakers and National Press Club journalists unveiled legislation Wednesday that would create a memorial for fallen journalists in Washington D.C.

Anne Arundel County has committed to contributing future funding for the press freedom memorial in Annapolis.

Doctors evaluating the mental state of the man charged in the Capital Gazette shooting have asked for more time to complete their report.

One year later; The five victims of the Capital Gazette shooting left behind both physical mementos now precious to their families, as well as larger legacies.

After the Capital Gazette shooting, lawmakers turned to background checks to strengthen state gun laws, but background checks aren't a perfect tool.

In our time in the old Opera House on Maryland Avenue, we didn’t just find refuge in an office. We found beauty in every inch of the Avenue.

A series of events will honor the five Capital Gazette employees killed a year ago after a gunman opened fire in their Annapolis offices.

Honoring the lives lost has manifested through efforts, big and small, in order to leave a lasting mark for the community of Annapolis.

As the one year mark of John’s murder is upon me, it’s common for people to ask me how I’m doing. I’ve been fighting.

We are beginning a campaign to erect a monument to fallen journalists in our nation’s capital.

Tribune Publishing Chairman David Dreier announced Sunday the creation of a foundation that plans to build a memorial to fallen journalists in Washington, D.C.

Attorneys representing the man facing five counts of murder in the Capital Gazette shooting case have asked the presiding judge to split the trial into two.

Four journalists — Gerald Fischman, Rob Hiaasen, Wendi Winters and John McNamara — killed in The Capital newsroom last summer were added to a Newseum memorial.

The Pulitzer Prize board awarded a special citation Tuesday to the Capital Gazette staff for its work in covering an attack on their Annapolis newsroom.

The Pulitzer Prize Board has awarded a special citation to the Capital Gazette staff for their coverage of the June 28 attack on their own newsroom, during which five people were killed.

The staff of the Capital Gazette and the Baltimore Sun jointly won the American Society of News Editors' breaking news award for their coverage of the Capital Gazette shooting.

U.S. Sen. Ben Cardin praised Time magazine’s decision to highlight violence against Capital Gazette and other journalists in a speech delivered Wednesday on the Senate floor.

The General Assembly has voted unanimously to name June 28 “Freedom of the Press Day” in Maryland to honor the five victims who died in the Capital Gazette shooting in Annapolis on that date last year.

The staff of the Capital Gazette are among those honored in the annual "Time" Person of the Year.

Novelist and former Baltimore Sun reporter Laura Lippman has dedicated her latest book to the five victims of last year’s Capital Gazette newsroom attack.

The staff of the Annapolis Capital and Gazette are the 2018 Marylanders of the Year.

The university’s Philip Merrill College of Journalism dedicated the Capital Gazette Memorial Seminar Room at Knight Hall with a ceremony Tuesday, just hours after the newspaper staff found out they and their five fallen colleagues were among the 2018 Time Person of the Year honorees.

Emergency and law enforcement agencies ran a large-scale active shooter drill in downtown Annapolis on Thursday. Many of the volunteers cited the June 28 shooting at the Capital Gazette newsroom as their reason for taking part.

Maria Hiaasen, wife of former The Capital editor Rob Hiaasen who was killed June 28 at a shooting at the newspaper's building, will be a featured speaker at the sixth annual National Vigil for All Victims of Gun Violence.

The first round of gifts from the Capital Gazette Families Fund will be disbursed in the coming weeks as recipients are notified of how much money they will receive, said Amy Francis, development director for the Community Foundation of Anne Arundel County.

The exhibit focuses on how the tiny staff of the Capital Gazette, part of the Baltimore Sun Media Group, put out a newspaper the day after the mass shooting.

Anne Arundel County Circuit Court Judge Laura Ripken on Tuesday extended the deadline for an insanity plea in the Capital Gazette shooting case.

Rick Hutzell has won the National Press Foundation's Benjamin C. Bradlee Editor of the Year Award.

Capital Gazette, which produces The Capital and Maryland Gazette, has been awarded the Business Leadership Award by the Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce.

“Float Plan” will be released Sept. 15 by Loyola University’s Apprentice House Press.

Maryland’s red flag law is broader than every other state’s, in terms of who can petition for an order. The change is so significant, Anne Arundel County police decided to expand their storage space, in part, because of the number of weapons they anticipate taking in under a court order.

Jarrod Ramos, the man charged in the Capital Gazette shooting, made his first court appearance Monday in the case.

Jarrod Ramos' attorney has requested a hearing for a "good cause" extension, which would give him more time to consider a potential plea of not criminally responsible by reason of insanity. He is charged in the deaths of five Capital Gazette employees.

Jarrod Ramos' attorney has requested a hearing for a "good cause" extension, which would give him more time to consider a potential plea of not criminally responsible by reason of insanity. He is charged in the deaths of five Capital Gazette employees.

The man charged in the Capital Gazette shooting that killed five employees could appear in court for the first time later this month.

The defense representing Jarrod Ramos, the Laurel man accused of killing five Capital Gazette employees, objected to a state motion requesting the court seal witness information.

Former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci said he donated to a Capital Gazette victims fundraiser.

Jarrod Ramos, the Laurel man accused of blasting his way into the Capital Gazette newsroom last month and killing five staff members, was scheduled to make his first appearance in Anne Arundel Circuit Court on Monday but the hearing was taken off the docket.

An Anne Arundel County Circuit Court judge said motions filed by Jarrod Ramos attorney were "generalized and non-specific" and declined to take action on them.

Monday is the scheduled initial appearance of Jarrod Ramos, who has been charged as the suspected shooter in the attack on The Capital newsroom.

An initial appearance in Jarrod Ramos’ case was taken off the docket, as public defender Bill Davis, representing Ramos, filed motions for discovery and a speedy trial, negating the need for the appearance

Hundreds attend Annapolis Rising concert in Annapolis to benefit freedom of the press, first responders and the Capital Gazette Families Fund.

Anne Arundel County Circuit Judge Laura A. Kiessling has been assigned to preside over the case of the man accused of killing five Capital Gazette staffers last month.

“Her life in the community speaks to her commitment to American values," Mikulski wrote.

The race to become Anne Arundel County’s next state’s attorney was already awash in acrimony before the June 28 mass shooting: a former top prosecutor trying to win her job back from the man who unseated her four years ago.

Anne Arundel County prosecutors filed a 23-count indictment on Friday against Jarrod Warren Ramos, the suspect in the deadly shooting at the Capital Gazette newsroom last month.

Thousands of people have contributed nearly $685,000 to a pair of funds created after the June 28 mass shooting in the Capital Gazette newsroom, and donations small and large continue to come in.

Fellow journalists remember their five fallen colleagues at memorial in Annapolis

Prosecutors have asked jail officials to give them regular access to letters Capital Gazette killing suspect Jarrod Ramos sends or receives, but on Thursday his attorneys said the move violates his rights and that they intend to fight it.

Colleagues remember the Capital Gazette's Gerald Fischman, Wendi Winters, John McNamara, Rebecca Smith and Rob Hiaasen at a memorial Thursday, July 12, 2018, in Annapolis.

Gerald Fischman’s funeral was, unexpectedly, a love song. I drove three hours to it, expecting to hear more regrets about gun violence and worries over attacks on the press. Instead, Gerald’s wife, Erica Fischman, and stepdaughter read five love poems he had written for them through the years.

The Caucus of African American Leaders wants to memorialize the victims of the Capital Gazette attack with an Annapolis memorial.

Good Charlotte, a band led by the Maddon brothers of Waldorf, has committed to perform at a festival in Annapolis to honor press freedom.

In the wake of the Capital-Gazette shootings, what happened to other buildings where mass shootings took place? There is no template for dealing with them. It's largely up to owners and the affected community.

Greg Zanis, the retired Illinois carpenter who built a memorial to slain Capital Gazette staffers, has spent more than two decades building memorials at homicide sites, including the massacres in Las Vegas and Parkland, Fla.

Pieces of the life of John McNamara, a life lived loving sports, journalism, the University of Maryland, classic rock and his family, though perhaps not in that order, were all over the university’s chapel Tuesday. McNamara died June 28 in a shooting at the Capital Gazette offices in Annapolis.

For half a decade, Jarrod Ramos’ anger poured out in court papers, tweets and email messages. He saw enemies. He wrote that he’d like to kill one of them. He suggested another kill herself. He created online images marking others out for sacrifice. Then, in 2016, it all stopped.

Family and friends described Capital Gazette shooting victim Rebecca Smith as a sweet, beautiful soul during visitation preceding her funeral service on Sunday.

Capital Gazette editor Gerald Fischman was one of five staff members killed in the June 28 attack on the Capital Gazette newsroom in Annapolis.

Desperate to do something in the face of such horror, Michael Kirby — a renowned chalk artist who lends his talents to the Madonnari Arts Festival each September — brought his chalk kits to South High Street in Little Italy, where he has created lifelike portraits of each of the victims.

When a gunman entered her workplace June 28, Wendi Winters tried to stop him.

High school classmates and a signed yearbook reveal a quiet man who has held a negative view of the world since high school.

After the lethal Capital Gazette newsroom attack that left five employees dead on June 28, media outlets across the country have expressed support for their fallen journalism colleagues and solidarity with the mission that unites them.

Then journalists at The Capital and Maryland Gazette newspapers — the survivors – stood and remembered their five murdered colleagues. It was 2:33 p.m. Thursday, the week after the attack. One week, precisely.

Journalists are used to covering tragedy; it’s what we do – along with reporting on a multitude of other things both mundane and extraordinary. But the tragedies are usually someone else’s. The shooting at the Capital Gazette building in Annapolis last week was personal.

A Virginian-Pilot editor who was harassed for years by the man charged in the killings of five journalists in Maryland received a letter Thursday that police believe was sent by the suspect.

If veteran Capital Gazette editorial writer Gerald Fischman could have chosen what he was doing on the last day of his life, this was it: He was a newspaperman.

For Rebecca Smith, family, friends and workplace colleagues were the center of her life.

The arts community steps up to support freedom of the press and Capital Gazette families is wake of last week's quintuple murder.

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy has ordered U.S. and New Jersey flags to fly at half-staff Tuesday to honor victims of the Capital Gazette shooting.

On a day that American freedoms are celebrated, crowds at the Annapolis Independence Day parade reserved their biggest cheers for the freedom of the press.

Congressman John Sarbanes’ office confirmed Wednesday that the White House had initially declined to act on the request to lower the U.S. flag to half staff.

The White House has reversed its decision and will permit Annapolis mayor Gavin Buckley to lower American flags to half-staff.

Friends, family and co-workers on Thursday remembered Rob Hiassen, one of five journalists killed in a mass shooting at the Capital Gazette last week, at a memorial service.

Memorial services for Capital Gazette staffers Gerald Fischman and Rebecca Smith.

Memorial for John McNamara will be held at the University of Maryland College Park chapel July 10

Thomas Marquardt, the Capital’s former publisher, said the paper’s former attorney turned over to police mail received at his law office Monday — a document, signed in the suspect’s name, saying he was on his way to the newspaper “with the objective of killing every person present.”

Fashion, home decor and features writer worked in the Manhattan clothing industry before moving to Annaoilis

The minute-by-minute response of police to the Annapolis newsroom

The city will host a concert to raise support for press freedom following the attack at the Capital Gazette last week.

For years, the woman says she was terrified that Jarrod Ramos would “show up anywhere, at any time, and kill me.”

Thank you. Thank you for the outpouring of sympathy for the terrible tragedy that took place Thursday in our Annapolis office.

Trif Alatzas, publisher and editor in chief of The Baltimore Sun Media Group, called for staff in Annapolis, Carroll and Baltimore to hold a moment of silence exactly a week after a man shot five Capital Gazette employees in the Annapolis newsroom.

The words of all three staffers left me feeling positive, strong and inspired about the future of journalism.

How the events of the Capital Gazette shooting unfolded.

I watched John MacNamara die. I had to step over Wendi Winters to escape. I said “f---” on CNN.

A 38-year-old Laurel man was charged in killing five people and injuring two more at the Capital Gazette newspaper. Here's what we know about him.

Though Maryland has some of the most restrictive gun laws in the country, none of them could have prevented the massacre of five people in the Annapolis Capital newsroom Thursday. The weapon police say was used, a pump-action rifle, isn't regulated by state law.

A moment by moment account of the rampage that left five Capital Gazette staff members dead.

Rob Hiaasen, a feature writer and editor recalled for the deft and understanding touch he applied to his off-center stories, will be remembered Monday at a private memorial service.

Surviving Capital Gazette staff members recount what happened between the first shot and arrival of the police.

At vigil for the Capital shooting victims, a wish that the nation could feel he healing breeze

Memorial services have been planned for two employees of the Capital Gazette in Annapolis, who were killed in the mass shooting in the newsroom on Thursday.

About 300 mourners gathered Friday to honor the five employees who were killed Thursday after a gunman blasted his way through the glass door of the Capital Gazette newsroom in Annapolis.

The world lost Rob, Gerald Fischman, Wendi Winters, John McNamara and Rebecca Smith Thursday. Each was a gentle, caring soul who generously shared their expertise and time with those in their orbit.

What we know about the attack on the Annapolis Capital Gazette newsroom Thursday.

The 38-year-old Laurel man accused of gunning down five employees of The Capital on Thursday swore a “legal oath” in court documents to kill a writer for the Annapolis newspaper. Yet he legally purchased the pump-action shotgun he allegedly used in the rampage, authorities said Friday.

Anne Arundel County police said they used facial recognition software to help identify Jarrod Warren Ramos as the suspect in Thursday's deadly Capital Gazette shooting.

In the harrowing moments to come, police found themselves arriving at a grim crime scene. The victims and survivors were familiar faces.

A combination of factors led to police officers from three different agencies arriving at the scene of a shooting at the Capital Gazette newspaper office within one minute of the first 911 calls on Thursday, police said.

President Donald Trump, who has repeatedly denounced the press as "the enemy of the American people," offered condolences and pledged Friday to fight violence in America after the deadly shooting at the Capital Gazette office in Annapolis.

Annapolis Mayor Gavin Buckley is pressing for President Donald Trump to order that American flags be lowered to half-staff nationwide to honor the five men and women killed Thursday at the Capital Gazette newspaper office.

A new fundraiser has been set up for those interested in donating to the families, victims and survivors of the mass shooting at The Annapolis Capital Gazette, the newspaper’s owner announced Friday. A scholarship fund has also been set up for journalism students at the University of Maryland.

Gianluca Costantini, an artist and cartoonist, said the Capital Gazette shooting reminded him of the 2015 Charlie Hebdo attack. So, he decided to draw about it.

The tragedy sent journalists — many alumni of The Capital — into mourning on social media, reminiscing about the hard work witnessed at the publication and their fallen colleagues.

The Orioles remembered Thursday's victims of the mass shooting at the Capital Gazette newsroom with a memorial in the press box at the newspaper's seat and a moment of silence before Friday's game against the Los Angeles Angels.

New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick offers condolences to the victims of the Capital Gazette shootings: “My family and I have enjoyed special relationships with many great people who have worked for the newspaper."

Across the street from the crime scene, two reporters and one photographer were working to report the story of the day, the massacre of their friends and co-workers at the Capital-Gazette.

The horror of mass shootings hit home for the media today with the shooting at the Annapolis Capital-Gazette newsroom. But it is sadly familiar.

Pages from Friday's print editions of The Capital and Baltimore Sun.

Quiet, brilliant and quirky, Gerald Fischman was the voice and "wicked pen" of The Capital's editorial page for more than 25 years.

Rob Hiaasen's wryly observant writing style and his generous mentoring of young journalists assured him of a role in several newsrooms, from The Baltimore Sun to, most recently, The Capital Gazette, where he tragically was killed along with colleagues on Thursday.

John McNamara was tolling as a news copy editor at the Capital Gazette when he left to pursue his dream: Sports reporting.

Wendi Winters spent a dozen years writing her way into the Capital Gazette newsroom.

Rebecca Smith was a recent hire at The Capital Gazette, but had already proven herself as a newsroom asset.

Annapolis Captial Editorial Page Editor Gerald Fischman wrote movingly about the madness of mass shootings. He was among the five Capital staff members killed Thursday.

Slain Capital editor and reporter developed local anti-gun story in aftermath of Parkland mass shooting.

“We will honor our colleagues’ memories by continuing our mission delivering the news to the communities we serve and provide our staff with the support they need."

Gov. Larry Hogan has ordered the Maryland flag lowered to half-staff Friday, and a pair of candlelight vigils are planned for Friday night in Annapolis to honor the victims of the mass shooting at the Capital Gazette.

A Laurel man with a long-running feud with the Annapolis Capital is being held as the suspect in the deadly shooting at the newspaper Thursday, according to law enforcement sources.

Thursday’s shooting at the Capital Gazette newsroom in Annapolis marked a rare fatal attack against journalists in the U.S. — all the more shocking for the number of victims involved.

From the moment gunfire rang out at the Capital Gazette newsroom, journalists there began covering their own tragedy.

A Bloomberg journalist has raised over $183,900 toward a $200,000 goal to help the Annapolis shooting victims through a GoFundMe page.

Here’s what people are saying about the fatal shooting at the Capital Gazette newspaper in Annapolis.

The Capital Gazette newspapers in Annapolis, whose offices were the site of a fatal shooting Thursday, trace their origins back to 1727.

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