Jessica Albert, CBS News

Jessica Albert

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Baltimore, MD, United States

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Past articles by Jessica:

Anti-violence group places banner in Baltimore community honoring 300+ murder victims from 2022

In 2022, more than 300 people were killed in Baltimore City. → Read More

City council aims to increase fines on Baltimore businesses that serve students

City leaders met Wednesday to work on a bill amendment to try to deter businesses from serving students when they should be in school. → Read More

Syrian-born owner of Inner Harbor restaurant raises money for earthquake victims

A restaurant in Baltimore is raising money to help earthquake victims in Syria and Turkey. → Read More

Five injured in two shootings an hour apart, two miles away in Baltimore

Five people were injured in two separate shootings during a violent evening in Baltimore. → Read More

SW Baltimore residents concerned by crime 'hotspot' where five teens were shot

Community members are concerned about the history of crime at a Southwest Baltimore shopping center where five high schoolers were shot on Wednesday. → Read More

Incoming Baltimore City State's Attorney Ivan Bates talks action plan on crime, squeegee workers

Starting next week Baltimore City will have a new State's Attorney. → Read More

'Hypothermia was going to be a problem': Good Samaritan rescues pilot who crashed into Anne Arundel water

A pilot was rescued after a small plane crashed into Beards Creek in Anne Arundel County. → Read More

Baltimore activists ask for less violence 2023 after 5-year stats show more than 1,600 homicides

A group of community activists is asking Baltimore residents to make a New Year's Resolution to stop the violence. → Read More

Baltimore activists ask for less violence in 2023 after 5-year stats show more than 1,600 homicides

A group of community activists is asking Baltimore residents to make a New Year's Resolution to stop the violence. → Read More

Family wants Baltimore leaders to 'put a padlock' on gas station where man was killed

Loved ones of a man killed at a gas station over the weekend are calling for the business to be shut down. → Read More

Shooting on The Avenue stirs concern about safety, security in Hampden

A violent shooting on a popular street in Hampden has rattled some of the people who visit the neighborhood. → Read More

Security scheduling conflict puts Baltimore's Christmas Parade plans at risk

There is a scheduling conflict with the Mayor's Christmas Parade. → Read More

FIFA fever is running rampant at an Irish pub in Canton

FIFA fever is in full force for the 2022 World Cup. → Read More

Community activists try to address gun violence as homicide rate reaches 300 mark

Baltimore has seen 300 homicides in 2022—a number that the city has repeatedly reached for eight years in a row. → Read More

Eight days of early voting comes to end with Election Day approaching

Times up if you want to vote in person before next week's Election Day. → Read More

Jessica Haire aims to replace incumbent Anne Arundel County Executive

Republican Jessica Haire is looking to unseat incumbent Anne Arundel County Executive Steuart Pittman. → Read More

Vice President Kamala Harris stumps for Wes Moore; Dan Cox says not to count him out

Vice President Kamala Harris stumped for Wes Moore and Maryland Democrat Sen. Chris Van Hollen in West Baltimore on Saturday. → Read More

Homeless encampment beneath JFX offered housing, will leave area, advocates say

Nuwave Health Services, a Baltimore-based nonprofit, has offered to provide temporary housing and resources to the approximately 14 residents of the encampment. → Read More

Homeless advocates push Baltimore leaders for more resources

Homeless advocates and those in the homeless community want Baltimore City leaders to hear their concerns. → Read More

Upgrades to Centennial Park in Ellicott City improve accessibility

The changes, which cost around a million dollars, make it easier for anyone to access the park. → Read More