The Maryland media company published a newspaper the morning after a gunman killed five of its staffers.
Photojournalist Joshua McKerrow told NPR that his colleagues are “never going back to the old newsroom.”
"We want our readers and our community to see that we believe things will, eventually, be OK again."
The Annapolis mayor said Trump had rejected his request to lower flags on federal buildings.
The mayor of Annapolis said earlier this week that the president had rejected his initial request to honor the five newspaper employees killed.
Hundreds poured into Annapolis streets to honor dead after the nation's latest mass shooting.
"Today, we are speechless," the paper said, after the shooting in Annapolis, Maryland, that left five dead and two injured.
Even as the newsroom shooting was unfolding, newspaper staff members reported on it.
The shooting in Annapolis, Maryland, left five dead and two injured. A former publisher recounts the suspect's earlier threats.
“There is nothing more terrifying than hearing multiple people get shot while you’re under your desk and then hear the gunman reload," he tweeted as an active shooting unfolded at the outlet’s Annapolis, Maryland, headquarters.
“This person was prepared today to come in, this person was prepared to shoot people,” a deputy police chief said.
“Apart from Mar-a-Lago, I think we got everything Florida’s got,” Brian Frosh said of Maryland.
Several audience members fled, and the police were summoned. Tanner's alleged behavior likely triggered a particularly emotional
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