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

  • Eva M. Anderson, Baltimore dance pioneer, dies

    Eva M. Anderson, Baltimore dance pioneer, dies

    Eva M. Anderson, the founder of the Baltimore Dance Theatre and a pioneer who taught complex cultural choreography to hundreds of students while always emphasizing its historic origins, died Oct. 7 of heart failure at her home in Columbia. She was 84. The granddaughter of a slave, Mrs. Anderson...

  • Four shot in Baltimore Saturday night

    Four shot in Baltimore Saturday night

    Four men were shot in the span of about a half hour in Baltimore Saturday night, police said. In the first, about 9:21 p.m., a 20-year-old man arrived at a city hospital having been shot in the face in East Baltimore, police said. The shooting happened in the 200 block of South Dallas Court in...

  • Fifty Baltimore Bike Share bicycles to return to streets Sunday

    Fifty Baltimore Bike Share bicycles to return to streets Sunday

    About 50 bikes — a quarter of the initial Baltimore Bike Share fleet — will return to the streets Sunday, following a monthlong shutdown sparked by widespread thefts and maintenance backups, city officials said. The refurbished bicycles have received upgraded GPS technology, paint and hardware....

  • Maryland immigrant advocates march on Homeland Security's Baltimore office

    Maryland immigrant advocates march on Homeland Security's Baltimore office

    Chanting “Clarity! Compassion! No Confusion!” a group of about 50 Maryland immigration advocates marched from Baltimore City Hall to the local office of the Department of Homeland Security on Thursday to demand a meeting with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. The group of community advocates...

  • Baltimore beltway crash kills one, injures state employee

    Baltimore beltway crash kills one, injures state employee

    A man died and a state employee was injured after the man crashed into a Maryland State Highway Administration vehicle Wednesday night on the shoulder of the Baltimore Beltway in Woodlawn, State Police said. The man, whose name was not immediately released, had been driving a silver 2004 Ford Freestar...

  • Northeast Maglev pitches five-minute trip from BWI to downtown as Amazon incentive

    Northeast Maglev pitches five-minute trip from BWI to downtown as Amazon incentive

    A five-minute maglev trip between downtown Baltimore and BWI Marshall Airport could give the city a major boost in the competition for Amazon’s second North American headquarters, a Northeast Maglev official said Wednesday. It’s a new pitch for the proposed $10 billion-12 billion high-speed rail...

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