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Test of new Baltimore speed cameras begins next week

Baltimore will begin testing its new speed cameras on Monday, the city transportation department announced. No fines will be issued for the first 30 days that the cameras are in operation but drivers will receive a warning in the mail. The city is avoiding the term "speed camera" in its description...

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  • Police: 17-year-old shot in Dundalk is in good condition

    Police: 17-year-old shot in Dundalk is in good condition

    A teenager is in good condition after being shot in Dundalk Wednesday night, Baltimore County Police said. Officers went to Avondale Road and William Wade Avenue at about 11:30 p.m. after receiving reports of gunshots, police said. The 17-year-old male victim was being treated at a local hospital....

  • Police charge four 16 year-olds as adults in connection with downtown assault

    Police charge four 16 year-olds as adults in connection with downtown assault

    Baltimore police have charged four teenagers as adults in connection with the assault and robbery of an assistant city health commissioner in downtown Baltimore earlier this month, Baltimore Police Chief Stanley Brandford said. Detectives on Wednesday arrested 16-year-olds Dewayne Lashley and Steven...

  • Man who died after allegedly breaking into car in Halethorpe identified

    Man who died after allegedly breaking into car in Halethorpe identified

    Baltimore County police on Wednesday identified a man who died after being held by a man who said he saw him breaking into a car in Halethorpe. The death of Shawn William Dotterweich, 45, whose last known address was Lansdowne, is being investigated as suspicious. An autopsy is being performed,...

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Baltimore starts fund to help people who get behind on water bills and taxes

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Project aims to create quality youth sports programs in Baltimore

Project aims to create quality youth sports programs in Baltimore

When Keney Davis played soccer or tennis, it elicited her aggression, but in the pool as a member of the Paul Laurence Dunbar High School swim team she found peace and motivation. "If I have a bad day in school, I can't wait for swim practice, because in the water you're just floating," said Keney,...

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  • Feds pass over Baltimore for help with new crime initiative

    Feds pass over Baltimore for help with new crime initiative

    During his presidential campaign last year, Donald J. Trump frequently made reference to Baltimore's struggle with violence, describing the city as "out of control" as he vowed to "get rid of the crime" across the nation. But in one of his administration's first policy announcements on criminal...

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