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NewsWeek-In an Op-Ed, Marilyn Mosby, State's Attorney for Baltimore, responds to the negative rhetoric lodged from President Tump about living conditions in Baltimore City. Read More.

Fox 45-BALTIMORE (WBFF) – Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby joined dozens of prosecutors and law enforcement officials supporting a proposed drug injection site in Philadelphia. Read More.

CBS Baltimore-Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby testified before a U.S. House of Representatives subcommittee Wednesday, urging lawmakers to legalize marijuana and allow states to regulate it as they see fit. Read More.

WBALTV11 (NBC)-Baltimore City prosecutors and police said fewer witnesses to crime are coming forward and in turn, they're not able to solve as many crimes.They talked about the issue -- and solutions -- at a community forumRead More.

The Root- Perhaps what was most amazing is the sheer level of heavy hitters in the house last weekend: Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby appeared on a panel on Criminal Justice and Mental Health; Dr. Altha Stewart,  Read More.

The Baltimore Sun-Harrison and Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby called a news conference Thursday night to announce charges of misconduct, second-degree assault and false imprisonment against Sgt. Ethan Newberg, 49. Read More.

The Baltimore Sun-Mosby said she was grateful to see the charges brought against Newberg. “I’ve been extremely clear about my office’s mission to apply one standard of justice regardless of one’s race, sex, religion, ZIP code and even occupation,” she said. Read More 

CBS Baltimore-With more than 120 homicides in the first five months of 2019, city officials hope to unite Baltimore against violence.Hundreds came out to a rally in northeast Baltimore to stop the violence Sunday as the city marks National Gun Violence Awareness Day. Read More

The Baltimore Sun-Baltimore jurors on Friday convicted a 25-year-old Virginia man of second-degree murder and his girlfriend on gun-related charges connected to the killing of South Baltimore bartender Alex Wroblewski. Read More.