The Baltimore Sun

Colin Campbell

Writer

Colin Campbell is The Baltimore Sun’s evening breaking news and rewrite reporter. He covers primarily crime and mayhem in the city, with occasional forays into education, politics and other topics. He is a proud alumnus of The Daily Gamecock at the University of South Carolina. He hails from Catonsville, Md., and believes life is truly great in 21228.

Recent Articles

  • Five Minutes with Kelly DeAngelo, refinery manager at Domino Sugars

    Five Minutes with Kelly DeAngelo, refinery manager at Domino Sugars

    When he had an appendectomy in his early 20s, Kelly DeAngelo's career took a sweet turn. As he recovered from the operation, the Pennsylvania native, then a production manager at a carpeting manufacturer, decided he wanted to better use his chemical engineering degree. He updated his resume and...

  • Cuts proposed again to Baltimore's Charm City Circulator

    Cuts proposed again to Baltimore's Charm City Circulator

    Less than a year after Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake expanded the Charm City Circulator and reversed a plan to eliminate some free bus routes, her administration introduced a plan Wednesday to scale back the service. The proposal would eliminate the Banner route between the Inner Harbor and Locust...

  • Port of Baltimore welcomes first container ship via new Panama Canal

    Port of Baltimore welcomes first container ship via new Panama Canal

    Longshoremen operating colossal cranes in the port of Baltimore on Tuesday began unloading more than 2,000 shipping containers full of clothes, shoes and other Asian cargo that arrived aboard a massive vessel via the newly expanded Panama Canal. A few hundred feet below, officials on the dock hailed...

  • Activists, police supporters unsurprised by Lt. Brian Rice acquittal

    Activists, police supporters unsurprised by Lt. Brian Rice acquittal

    As Lee Patterson waited outside the Baltimore courthouse Monday for news of the verdict in the trial of Lt. Brian Rice, the activist made a prediction. "Unfortunately, they're probably going to let him go, too," Patterson said. "Like all the rest." Soon after, word spread that Judge Barry G. Williams...

  • Man found stabbed along I-695 in Baltimore County

    Man found stabbed along I-695 in Baltimore County

    A man was found stabbed on the side of the Baltimore beltway near Liberty Road early Monday, police said. Baltimore County police were called about 4:50 a.m. to Interstate 695 in Lochearn for a traffic accident and found the 32-year-old man with multiple stab wounds. He was taken to a hospital and...

  • Man, 36, shot in leg in Northeast Baltimore

    Man, 36, shot in leg in Northeast Baltimore

    A 36-year-old man was shot in the leg in Northeast Baltimore early Monday morning, police said. Officers were called at 1:47 a.m. to a hospital, where the man had arrived after being shot in the 4200 block of Belair Road, police said. Police released no information about a suspect or motive in...

  • Suspect in custody after holding 4 hostage at Baltimore Burger King

    Suspect in custody after holding 4 hostage at Baltimore Burger King

    An armed man suspected in an alleged recent rape took four people hostage — including a 7-year-old girl — for hours Sunday inside a Baltimore Burger King, where he had barricaded himself following a police pursuit across the city that ended in a car crash, authorities said. After hours of negotiations,...

  • Light Street lanes closed in Inner Harbor for walking bridge demolition

    Light Street lanes closed in Inner Harbor for walking bridge demolition

    A portion of southbound travel lanes on Light Street in the Inner Harbor is closed this weekend for the demolition of the walking bridge between the McKeldin Fountain and the Hyatt hotel. The closure, between Pratt and Conway streets, began 8 p.m. Friday and was scheduled to last until 5 a.m. Monday,...

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