Jessica Albert, CBS News

Jessica Albert

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Baltimore, MD, United States

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  • CBS News
Past:
  • WJZ | CBS Baltimore
  • Fox 35 News
  • WNEP

Recent articles by Jessica:

Tax-free holiday begins for back-to-school shopping

Shoppers, get ready for some savings. Maryland's Tax-Free Week is here. → Read More

2022 Maryland Governor Candidate Profile: Tom Perez

With Maryland's July 19 primary days away, WJZ is highlighting the gubernatorial candidates. Next up: Tom Perez. → Read More

Inner Harbor Hotels Prepare For Fourth Of July Festivities

The fireworks are back at Baltimore's Inner Harbor for the first time since the pandemic began. → Read More

5K Race Kicks Off Countdown To Juneteenth

The Seed School of Maryland celebrated Juneteenth early by hosting a 5K kick-off event on Sunday morning. → Read More

Baltimore Schools Without Air Conditioning Send Students Home Early Tuesday

Several schools in Baltimore that do not have air conditioning will be releasing students early on Tuesday. → Read More

President Biden Sends Off Naval Academy’s Graduating Class Of 2022

Commissioning Week came to an extraordinary end on Friday for the Naval Academy's graduation, with President Joe Biden delivering the keynote remarks. → Read More

Preakness Weekend Festivities Kick Off With Black-Eyed Susan Day

Preakness weekend is underway with Black-Eyed Susan Day shining the spotlight on fillies and mares. → Read More

Baltimore Woman Says Teenage Son Was Killed On Junior Prom Night

Baltimore’s violence has claimed the life of a teen on his prom night. → Read More

Baltimore Florists Struggle With Flower Shortage Before Mother’s Day

There is a global flower shortage impacting florists here in Baltimore before Mother's Day. → Read More

Highlandtown Residents Question Police Response To City Crime After Shootout

Residents of Claremont Street in Highlandtown are concerned after a gunfight happened in their neighborhood Wednesday. → Read More

Student Hurt In Fight At Digital Harbor High School, Baltimore School District Says

A student was hurt Wednesday in a fight that broke out at Digital Harbor High School, Baltimore City Public Schools said. → Read More

Baltimore School For The Arts Remains A Magnet For Young Talent

Several very famous actors, musicians and dancers all graduated from the same high school in downtown Baltimore. → Read More

557 People Were Killed On Maryland Roadways In 2021, Officials Say

More than 550 people died on Maryland roadways last year, state officials said Monday, and the leading causes have remained consistent: speeding, impaired driving, distracted driving and failure to wear a seatbelt. → Read More

BPD Will Start Hiring Civilian Investigators Later This Year, Officials Say

Starting this year, the Baltimore Police Department will hire civilian investigators to supplement its ranks of sworn officers, Commissioner Michael Harrison and Mayor Brandon Scott said. → Read More

Report On Baltimore’s Safe Streets Program To Be Released Wednesday – CBS Baltimore

Baltimore's Safe Streets program was adopted as part of an effort to head off gun violence through “violence interrupters.” → Read More

Family Of Woman Killed In Her Home Raises Money For Her Children

The family of a woman who was gunned down inside her Southwest Baltimore home is asking for help to support her three children. → Read More

Process To Refloat Ship Stranded In Chesapeake Bay Could Begin Saturday

The process to refloat the Ever Forward could begin on Saturday. → Read More

Hopkins Brings Back Mask Mandate Amid Uptick In COVID-19 Cases

Johns Hopkins University is bringing back its indoor mask mandate after dozens of students tested positive for COVID-19 after spring break. → Read More

Baltimore County Twins Star In ‘Cheaper By The Dozen’ Reboot – CBS Baltimore

Two of Disney’s newest stars are brothers from Baltimore County. → Read More

Residents React After Hogan Announces $45 Million To Battle Baltimore Crime

At the scene of the most recent mass shooting in the city, the intersection of Liberty Heights Avenue and Gwynn Oak Avenue, there are mixed reactions on the plan for the money. → Read More