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Jessica Anderson

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Jessica Anderson started at The Sun in March 2010, writing about a little bit of everything as the night rewrite reporter. She now covers breaking stories across the region with the morning news desk. 

Recent Articles

  • Dundalk man charged again with impersonating a police officer, sex offenses

    Dundalk man charged again with impersonating a police officer, sex offenses

    Baltimore County Police have again charged a Dundalk man for impersonating a police officer in order to coerce a woman to perform a sex act on him after a fourth victim came forward. Police said Brian Keith Cooper Jr., 30, on four occasions has picked up women, identified himself as a police officer,...

  • Teens sentenced to 45 years in Patterson Park woman's death

    Teens sentenced to 45 years in Patterson Park woman's death

    A Baltimore circuit judge sentenced two teenagers to prison Tuesday in the stabbing of a Patterson Park woman during a burglary at her home two years ago. Allen Pinkney, now 19, who pleaded guilty to murder Tuesday, and Alonzo Gorham-Ramos, now 17, who pleaded guilty in December, received life...

  • Man dies in Harbor East crash Friday night

    Man dies in Harbor East crash Friday night

    A 41-year-old man died in a four-car crash in Harbor East Friday night, police said. Officers were called to Fleet and President streets at about 10:30 p.m., police said. A Ford F-150 pickup truck struck another vehicle, causing a chain reaction involving two more vehicles, police said. Police said...

  • McDaniel student Justine Tinnin receives degree posthumously

    McDaniel student Justine Tinnin receives degree posthumously

    For four years, McDaniel College student Justine Tinnin worked hard to complete her sociology degree, often closing down the library, writing papers late into the night. The Baltimore native managed to complete her course work while holding a series of jobs, including work in a dining hall and...

  • Morgan, Coppin, Loyola, Washington College hold commencement ceremonies Saturday

    Morgan, Coppin, Loyola, Washington College hold commencement ceremonies Saturday

    Several local universities held commencement ceremonies on Saturday. More than 800 undergraduate and graduate Morgan State University students received degrees at the school's 140th commencement. House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi, a Baltimore native, spoke at Talmadge Hill Field House. Loyola...

  • Baltimore police investigating early morning shooting, another Saturday afternoon

    Baltimore police investigating early morning shooting, another Saturday afternoon

    Two men were injured in shootings in north and west Baltimore on Saturday, police said. Officers were called at 12:59 a.m to a shooting in the 4000 Greenspring Avenue, where they found a 51-year-old man who had been shot in the hand and thigh. The victim taken to an area hospital for non life-threatening...

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