Gang-Related News Articles

Photo illustration showing an open laptop and a cloud created from the word “news”

Welcome to the Gang-Related News Articles page. This page provides a list of articles pertaining to gangs and gang-related activities from various U.S. and Canadian news sources. A link to the source of each article is provided. The list of articles can be refined and filtered by date and limited to a specific state or Canadian province or territory.


.
41,902 articles from all states and provinces
California map graphic California
Merced police arrest alleged gang members (Merced, CA): Three alleged gang members were arrested by Merced police on various charges Friday night around East 23rd Street.
Source: Merced Sun-Star    Date: January 29, 2012

California map graphic California
Violent weekend in Visalia (Visalia, CA) : Saturday evening, a man and a woman in their 50’s were struck with bullets as they were working under the hood of their vehicle. They are identified as Link Robinson and Wanda Young of Hanford. Both are in the hospital listed in stable condition.
Source: KGPE CBS 47 News    Date: January 29, 2012

California map graphic California
Five arrests made after shots fired in Seaside (Seaside, CA): Seaside police arrested five individuals after several shots were fired in an apparent gang-related incident in Seaside early Sunday morning. There were no injuries.
Source: The Californian    Date: January 29, 2012

Minnesota map graphic Minnesota
Minnesota indictment unlikely to dismantle American Indian gang (Minneapolis, MN): Members of the Native Mob gang have shot rivals in Minneapolis, sold drugs in Duluth, and thrown boiling water in a person's face in Crow Wing County. Authorities say they've also assaulted an informant on the White Earth Indian Reservation and shot up houses from Cass Lake to Mille Lacs.
Source: Pioneer Press     Date: January 29, 2012

British Columbia map graphic British Columbia
Man shot near Vancouver city hall as gang violence rages on (Vancouver, BC) : Vancouver police were on the scene of another targeted shooting Friday, across from city hall, and just 10 days after a dramatic gangland slaying in the Sheraton Wall Centre downtown.
Source: The Vancouver Sun    Date: January 28, 2012

Minnesota map graphic Minnesota
Officials look for payoff in Native Mob sweep (Minneapolis, MN): Members of the Native Mob gang have shot rivals in Minneapolis, sold drugs in Duluth, and thrown boiling water in a person's face in Crow Wing County. Authorities say they've also assaulted an informant on the White Earth Indian Reservation and shot up houses from Cass Lake to Mille Lacs.
Source: Chicago Tribune    Date: January 28, 2012

California map graphic California
Alisal High helping change East Salinas image (Salinas, CA) : East Salinas. It's gotten national attention because of the gang violence. Now it's getting attention for a very different reason. Alisal High School is helping change the area's image.
Source: KION 46 News    Date: January 28, 2012

California map graphic California
One killed, three wounded in shooting near downtown LA nightclub (Los Angeles, CA) : A shooting early Saturday morning near a downtown Los Angeles nightclub left one man dead and three other people wounded, according to police reports.
Source: KTLA News    Date: January 28, 2012

California map graphic California
Police make arrest in Visalia Mall shooting (Visalia, CA) : Police have arrested a suspected gang member after a shooting inside a Central Valley shopping mall that sent two men to the hospital.
Source: KFMB CBS 8 News    Date: January 28, 2012

California map graphic California
Two Orange Cove gang members shot (Orange Cove, CA): Police are investigating the shooting of two Orange Cove gang members early Friday. Both men are members of the Varrio Orange Cove Rifa Bulldogs, police said.
Source: Fresno Bee    Date: January 28, 2012

Massachusetts map graphic Massachusetts
Springfield officials defend decisions leaving AWAKE organization without anti-violence grant funds (Springfield, MA): City officials said that a grassroots group known as AWAKE was omitted from a share of an $800,000 anti-violence grant because it never produced the documentation needed to prove its claim of being a leader in the fight against youth and gang violence.
Source: The Republican    Date: January 28, 2012

Pennsylvania map graphic Pennsylvania
In your face: Front-and-center tattoos no longer just a gang trend (Philadelphia, PA): "I get tattoos like a stress reliever," said Wheeler, 23, of Oxford Circle. Below a tattoo of a cross near his right eye is a teardrop tattoo, adorned by a facial piercing. The letters "FOE" line the arch of his hairline - Family Over Everything. The same tattoos and piercings decorate the left side of Wheeler's face - except for the "$OMM" near his hairline, which stands for Money on My Mind.
Source: The Inquirer    Date: January 27, 2012

New Jersey map graphic New Jersey
Report: Newark's level of gang-related murders among highest in nation (Newark, NJ): Fueled largely by the drug trade, gang violence in Newark is on par with historically violent California cities like Los Angeles and Oakland, according to a report the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released today.
Source: The Star-Ledger    Date: January 27, 2012

Vermont map graphic Vermont
Vermont Senate panel hears testimony on drug trade (Montpelier, VT): Evidence of gang activity is on the rise in Vermont, spurred by an active illicit drug market and the ease of obtaining guns in the state, the commander of the Vermont Narcotics Investigation Unit told a Senate panel Thursday.
Source: Burlington County Times    Date: January 27, 2012

Virginia map graphic Virginia
Gang member who faced life freed after testimony (Richmond, VA): A longtime Richmond-area gang member whose testimony last week helped prosecutors win convictions and a recommendation of life in prison against the gang's leader walked free Thursday from the Henrico County Jail.
Source: Richmond Times-Dispatch    Date: January 27, 2012

Tennessee map graphic Tennessee
Police intensify crackdown on gang activity (Nashville, TN): Metro Police detective Gerry Hyder and his partner were staking out a known gang hideout in October when a suspect they were tailing suddenly emerged from the woods and opened fire on their unmarked truck.
Source: The Tennessean    Date: January 27, 2012

Massachusetts map graphic Massachusetts
16 nabbed in Fitchburg gang sweep (Fitchburg, MA): The city is a safer place after the culmination of "Operation Red Wolf," a federal, state and local bust of 16 people with ties to gang activity, drugs and illegal weapons, Police Chief Robert DeMoura said Thursday.
Source: Sentinel & Enterprise    Date: January 27, 2012

Michigan map graphic Michigan
Man charged in Sheboygan Walmart shooting due in court today (Sheboygan, MI): The Sheboygan man charged in the gang-related shooting outside Sheboygan’s south side Walmart on Jan. 8 that left one man dead and another critically injured is due back in court today for a preliminary hearing.
Source: Sheboygan Press    Date: January 27, 2012

North Carolina map graphic North Carolina
Officers explain signs of gangs (Wilkesboro, NC): Law enforcement officials talked about indicators of the presence of gangs and said they're in Wilkes County during a meeting Saturday morning. "We do have gang-related graffiti. We don't see anywhere near the scale of what's in big cities, but to say they (gang members) are not here, we are lying to ourselves," said Capt. Tommy Rhodes of the Wilkesboro Police Department.
Source: Wilkes Journal-Patriot    Date: January 27, 2012

Washington map graphic Washington
New anti-gang bill wins bipartisan support with legal provision (Yakima, WA): The latest anti-gang legislation in Olympia includes a new provision that could get the measure past a long-standing partisan roadblock.
Source: Yakima Herald-Republic    Date: January 27, 2012

Disclaimer: The news items and links are provided as an informational resource to you. Each of the linked Web page providers has its own policies and practices regarding how long a link to its news item is available before it is archived or a fee is charged. Also, some of the sites require users to register in order to access materials. We do not guarantee the accuracy, currency, content, or quality of any linked website information, nor whether a link from the website may take the user to unintended or objectionable content. Please contact us to report any problems. Thank you.