GoFundMe Page set up for Capital Gazette
(AP) A GoFundMe account set up for a Maryland newspaper where a gunman killed five people and injured two others has raised more than $20,000 within just three hours.
One man was in police custody after the shooting Thursday afternoon at The Capital Gazette.
The account was set up by a fellow journalist, Bloomberg Government reporter Madi Alexander. By 8 p.m., the total amount in donations had reached more than half the $30,000 goal.
The GoFundMe page posting urged people to give what they can to help the newspaper's journalists pay for medical bills, funeral costs, newsroom repairs and other expenses.
The GoFundMe page can be found: here.