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Shot and Forgotten
How Ohio is using an influx of federal assistance for crime victims to help gunshot patients avoid getting hurt again.
“Hopkins 24/7” takes viewers inside an embattled trauma ward in 1990s Baltimore.
There have been at least nine mass-casualty shootings in the city since 2013. Here's how you can help The Trace report on gun violence's forgotten survivors.
More than 100,000 people are hit by a bullet every year. Most live. If you're one of them, we want to hear your story.
A bullet severed Ty Shoemake's spine when he was a young drug dealer. Now he is finding fame as Upper Body Boy, a motivational guru who shatters perceptions one stunt at a time.
Anne Marie Hochhalter was a Columbine High School junior eating lunch with her friends when two gunmen stormed the lawn.