Rachael Cardin, CBS News

Rachael Cardin

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Baltimore, MD, United States

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Past articles by Rachael:

School staffing vacancies in Baltimore County are fueling hiring blitz

Maryland is among the many states struggling to fill their teacher workforce. → Read More

New UMD study shows children who don't get enough sleep may end up with greater mental health issues

Anxiety, depression, psychosis and other issues later in life could be linked to inadequate sleep as a child. → Read More

BWI summer program shows young people the career opportunities in aviation

"We think the exposure allows these kids to dream and even plan to explore the airport as a career opportunity." → Read More

2 killed, 2 injured in Southwest Baltimore mass shooting, police say

The shooting happened about 10:30 a.m. near the intersection of North Avenue and North Longwood Street, according to police. → Read More

Baltimore City Council committee advances bill cracking down on street racing

A new bill would implement a sentence of up to 12 months imprisonment and fines reaching $1,000 for motorists and racing clubs obstruct that public streets for races, burnouts and other forms of reckless driving. → Read More

Light Rail Riders Brace For Scaled-Back Schedules

The MTA said, beginning Sunday, July 10, weekday trains will operate on a modified Saturday schedule. → Read More

Gas Prices, Inflation Won’t Stop Marylanders From Traveling This Fourth Of July

Gas prices have skyrocketed since vacations past, but that isn't stopping Marylanders from hitting the road this Fourth of July weekend. → Read More

Authorities Urge Boating Safety As Independence Day Celebrations Get Underway On The Water

The Maryland Department of Natural Resources Police on Wednesday spread potentially life-saving advice as new boaters look to enjoy the water this vacation weekend. → Read More

Historic African American Women’s Golf Club Honored With Monument For Black History Month – CBS Baltimore

The pitch and putt golf club, an all-Black women's group, has been around for 83 years and has become a historic voice for the course. → Read More

Task Force Credited With Seizing $200K In Drugs, Dozens Of Guns In Cecil County

A law enforcement task force in Cecil County has seized $200,000 in drugs and dozens of firearms over the past several months, authorities said Monday. → Read More

January Is Projected To Be The Deadliest COVID-19 Month In Maryland

Hospitalizations and the COVID-19 positivity rate are all trending in a positive direction even as January wraps up and is set to be the deadliest month in Maryland since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Towson University To Pay For More Police Downtown After Uptick In Shootings

Towson University is giving the Baltimore County Police Department an undermined amount of money to beef up security in the downtown Towson area. → Read More

Health Experts Predict More COVID-19 Variants Will Emerge In Coming Months

Like any virus, COVID-19 has mutated and will continue to do so with new strains emerging in the future. How you protect yourself now can make all the difference, health care experts say. → Read More

Missing Something? Try Checking BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport’s Lost & Found – CBS Baltimore

If you're missing something, have you tried checking BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport? → Read More

Johns Hopkins University Unveils Portrait Of Elijah Cummings

Ron Daniels, President of Johns Hopkins University, said the painting will be on display at the Milton S. Eisenhower Library starting in April. → Read More

Man Charged With Arson In Reisterstown Apartment Fire, Authorities Say

Someone deliberately started the two-alarm fire that torched a Reisterstown apartment building Monday night, authorities said. → Read More

Maryland Science Center Opens Interactive Exhibit On The Human Body

"You - The Inside Story" is an interactive display presented by Johns Hopkins Medicine. → Read More

JHU Coronavirus Resource Center Experts Weigh In On Omicron Variant, Booster Vaccines

Health experts from Johns Hopkins University’s Coronavirus Resource Center said numbers have gone from bad to worse. → Read More

Safe Streets Bel-Air Edison Celebrates A Year Without Murder

The homicide rate is up in Baltimore City, but in the Belair-Edison Neighborhood, not a single life was lost to violence this year. → Read More

Maryland Fire Company Donates Engine To Firehouse Destroyed By Kentucky Tornadoes

Local businesses and at least a dozen other volunteer fire companies all chipped in to help with the cost of fuel, shipping and more. → Read More