A man who had what authorities said was a grudge against the Capital Gazette newspaper in Annapolis, Md., opened fire with a pump-action shotgun in the paper's newsroom Thursday, killing five people and injuring two others. Here's the latest of what we know.

• The suspect, Jarrod W. Ramos, 38, of Laurel, Md., who is charged with five counts of murder, was ordered held without bail Friday morning at a court hearing where he appeared by video. The prosecutor told the court Ramos carefully planned the attack, barricading the back door so victims couldn't escape and using "a tactical approach in hunting down and shooting innocent victims."

• Timothy Altomare, chief of the Anne Arundel County police, who said he would not utter the suspect's name in public, said Ramos is still refusing to cooperate with investigators and likely will not.

• A search warrant has uncovered evidence of planning at the suspect's apartment, Altomare said, without elaborating. The suspect legally bought his 12-gauge shotgun legally a year ago and embarked on a one-man spree "to kill as many people as he could," the chief said.

• Ramos regularly targeted the newspaper and its reporters with profanity laced and sometimes threatening social media posts but the Capital Gazette declined to file charges, Altomare said.

• Despite the deaths of five colleagues, the staff of the Capital put out a newspaper Friday morning.

Front Page of the Capital newspaper on Friday, June. 29, 2018.
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Front Page of the Capital newspaper on Friday, June. 29, 2018.

• The dead have been identified. They are Rob Hiaasen, 59, the paper's assistant managing editor and brother of novelist Carl Hiaasen; Gerald Fischman, 61, editorial page editor; features reporter Wendi Winters, 65; sports reporter John McNamara. 56; and sales assistant Rebecca Smith, 34, a recent hire.

• The two injured employees have been released from the hospital after receiving treatment.

• Ramos lost a defamation suit  against the newspaper in 2015 over a 2011 column that provided an account of Ramos' guilty plea to criminal harassment of a woman over social media.

• Ramos was identified by facial-recognition technology using the Maryland Image Repository System after police found him hiding under a desk at the newspaper.

• A journalist in Washington, D.C., has set up a GoFundMe page for the victims of the shooting.

• In Philadelphia, Police Commissioner Richard Ross has ordered an increased police presence outside newsrooms throughout the city.