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May has become Baltimore's deadliest month in more than four decades with more than 100 shootings and more than 40 homicides. Read coverage from many of those killings and shootings here.

Baltimore police announced the arrests of two men in the death of a 16-year-old girl and the indictments of 11 members of a suspected drug crew they say might be responsible for some of the violence that has roiled the city in recent weeks.
As Baltimore reels from its most violent month in 40 years, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake remains upbeat about the city's efforts to fight crime, pointing to the success of an anti-violence program and the retraining of police officers by the U.S. Justice Department.
A 40-year-old Reisterstown man was arrested in the killing of 23-year-old Eladio Bennett in Baltimore's Woodmere neighborhood Friday, police said.
Shattered glass from the windows of a silver minivan and dozens of police evidence markers littered a West Baltimore street where police said at least two men were shot in a hail of bullets, the second double shooting in the city Sunday.
Homicides and shootings hit record highs while arrests decline in Baltimore City.
Three people are dead after a pair of double shootings Sunday in Baltimore, making May the city's deadliest month in more than 40 years.
Baltimore's 100th shooting this month came early Saturday morning, and it was followed by three more shootings through the afternoon.
A mother and her 7-year-old son found shot in the head Thursday in their Southwest Baltimore home were the latest homicide victims in the city's deadliest month in two decades.
Five people were shot in Baltimore Friday, pushing the total number of shootings this month to 99.
The president of the Baltimore police union on Thursday said that criminals have become "empowered" following the recent unrest and that, with six officers charged in Freddie Gray's death, city police feel more threatened of being arrested than shot on duty.
A man was shot in the arm in Northwest Baltimore Thursday night — the 94th nonfatal shooting in one of the most violent months in the city in decades.
I'm looking at some numbers and speaking with James Timpson, who runs the Safe Streets violence prevention program in Park Heights, and I'm wondering: Why aren't these guys in every high-crime corner of the city? If the mayor and police commissioner want to make some "adjustments" to curtail the shootings and killings in Baltimore, why not expand Safe Streets — and now?
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said she and Police Commissioner Anthony Batts are "examining" whether a sharp decrease in arrests is contributing to May becoming the deadliest month in Baltimore since the 1990s.
The homicide is the 109th in the city this year and the 36th in May. This month marks just the 10th time since 1970 that the city has endured 36 or more homicides, and the first time since Nov. 1999.
Two people were fatally shot in separate incidents early Monday, continuing a run of violence in the city over the Memorial Day weekend
A 9-year-old shot in the leg was among the victims in 29 shootings over the three-day holiday weekend, Baltimore police said.
With six shootings Sunday, Baltimore police are investigating at least 18 shootings over Memorial Day weekend.
Violence surged to open the Memorial Day weekend in Baltimore with 10 people shot, three fatally, in multiple incidents, police reported Saturday. In two of the four shootings, three people were injured in each.
A 21-year-old man faces attempted murder and aggravated assault charges after being accused of shooting a woman in the ankle and shooting at another woman's vehicle Tuesday in the Frankford neighborhood, Baltimore police said Saturday.
As the number of homicides in Baltimore continued to climb in a violent start to the Memorial Day weekend, a group of residents marched Saturday from Sandtown-Winchester to City Hall to call for peace.
Baltimore police are investigating the city's 100th homicide of 2015 after an overnight shooting in the Loch Raven area of Northeast Baltimore.
Baltimore City Police were responding to a barricade situation Wednesday afternoon on the 700 block of N. Linwood Street.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake called the city's recent spike in violence "disheartening" Thursday as police work to address a dramatic increase in homicides and nonfatal shootings.
Police are struggling to stop violence in West Baltimore, where officers have been routinely surrounded by dozens of people, video cameras and hostility while doing basic police work since the death of Freddie Gray, Baltimore Police Commissioner Anthony W. Batts said Wednesday.
Five people were shot Wednesday afternoon in East Baltimore, another outburst of violence amid a staggering wave of shootings.
Seven people were shot in Baltimore Tuesday amid a recent spike in violence, much of it on the city's west side.
Three people were shot in two incidents in Baltimore County Tuesday night, police said.
Baltimore police are investigating a fatal daytime shooting that occurred Sunday afternoon in Sandtown-Winchester.
Police are investigating three shootings that took place overnight and into Monday, including one in Penn North, following a pair of daytime homicides Sunday.
Two men and two women were shot in East Baltimore less than two hours before the start of the Preakness Saturday, police said.
Two people were killed and eight were injured in shootings Friday night into Saturday, continuing a spate of violence that has included 35 homicides in the past month.
Baltimore's spate of spring violence continued with seven people injured in six shootings since Friday night.
A man and woman are dead after a Thursday afternoon shooting in Northeast Baltimore, police said.
Police were called to hospitals to interview two victims from shootings Wednesday in South and Northeast Baltimore, respectively, officials said.
Baltimore Police are investigating two non-fatal shootings that happened on Tuesday night.
More homicides have occurred in Northeast Baltimore than any other part of the city so far this year, a trend that has prompted police to step up patrols and community leaders to press for more help from other precincts.
Ten people were reported shot in Baltimore on Sunday, including three fatal shootings that occurred within a span of about two blocks in Northwest Baltimore.
Violence continued in Baltimore overnight leaving three people injured in separate shootings, police said Tuesday.
A man was shot to death and 5 others were wounded in separate shootings over the weekend in Baltimore, police said Sunday.
As the number of shootings and homicides has surged in Baltimore, some police officers say they feel hesitant on the job under intense public scrutiny and in the wake of criminal charges against six officers in the Freddie Gray case.
Ten shootings were reported across Baltimore on Thursday, continuing a spate of gun violence that began after riots overtook West Baltimore on April 27. At least two were fatal.
Police were called to a triple shooting Tuesday in West Baltimore, following three shootings — one of them fatal — in the city Monday night, police said.
A man was shot and killed in the city's Penn North neighborhood, Baltimore police reported Wednesday morning.
Baltimore police are investigating a homicide Sunday night in southwest neighborhood and have identified two other victims on Monday.
Police say they are doing everything they can to stop the violence as crime unrelated to Freddie Gray jumps.
Gun violence continued to surge in Baltimore's west side on Thursday, with at least five people reported shot in three separate incidents.
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