Moore announces crime-fighting initiatives, funding in Maryland

Gov. Wes Moore announced a series of initiatives and funding to fight crime, including the appointment of the first Black superintendent of the Maryland State Police. During a news conference Thursday, Moore said data shows homicides have increased across Maryland, outpacing Baltimore City's rate, and that gun violence is overwhelming state health care system. The governor presented graphs that he said show an increase in the number of homicides and fatal shootings over the last decade across the state and that the number of non-fatal shootings has doubled.