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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. 

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  • Rosedale tire shop fire revives after being put out

    Rosedale tire shop fire revives after being put out

    Baltimore County firefighters remained at a Rosedale tire shop after the building caught fire a second time Wednesday afternoon, the department said. Crews were called at 11:53 a.m. to the All Service Tire store at 8211 Pulaski Highway, where they put out the blaze, but it restarted, Baltimore County...

  • Homicide investigating shooting in Baltimore's Westport neighborhood

    Homicide investigating shooting in Baltimore's Westport neighborhood

    A man was critically injured in a shooting in the Westport neighborhood of south Baltimore on Tuesday night, police said. The man was found around 7 p.m. in the 2200 block of Annapolis Road. The 26-year-old victim, later identified as Jackie Burris of the 2200 block of Sydney Avenue, was shot in...

  • Pedestrian struck, killed in Dundalk Monday

    Pedestrian struck, killed in Dundalk Monday

    A pedestrian was struck and killed by a truck in Dundalk Monday night, Baltimore County police said. Officers were called at 9:18 p.m. to Trappe Road near North Point Road, where a 1994 Ford F-150 traveling north struck a pedestrian who stepped into the road, police said. Police said the pedestrian,...

  • 2 men sentenced to more than 100 years in killing of witness to receive new trial

    2 men sentenced to more than 100 years in killing of witness to receive new trial

    Two men sentenced to more than 100 years each for the killing of a witness will receive new trials after a Court of Specials Appeals decision reversed their convictions this month. Derius Duncan, 27, and Clifford Butler, 25, were both convicted of first-degree murder of Ronald Givens in 2015. But...

  • Thursday night's fire not the first for vacant Woodberry warehouse

    Thursday night's fire not the first for vacant Woodberry warehouse

    A four-alarm fire Thursday night at the Schenuitt Rubber building was not the first blaze at the three-story vacant warehouse in Woodberry, which has long been slated for development. More than 120 firefighters and 39 pieces of firefighting equipment were called about 9 p.m. Thursday to 1760 Union...

  • Cecil County state's attorney resigns after receiving probation in indecent-exposure case

    Cecil County state's attorney resigns after receiving probation in indecent-exposure case

    Cecil County's top prosecutor resigned this week before being sentenced on charges stemming from a trip to Ocean City last June. Edward D. Rollins, III, 61, the state's attorney for Cecil County, received 18 months of unsupervised probation on Tuesday, after a Worcester County jury found him guilty...

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