Kimberly Eiten, WJZ | CBS Baltimore

Kimberly Eiten

WJZ | CBS Baltimore

Baltimore, MD, United States

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Past articles by Kimberly:

Road Rage Incident Ends In Four People Injured In Stabbing

Baltimore County Police are investigating an assault in Dundak. Sources say that police are investigating the incident as a stabbing with multiple victims. → Read More

Woman Dies In Fire At Baltimore City Home

A woman died after she was rescued from a burning home in Baltimore city Monday morning. → Read More

25K Domino Display Set To Fall At Maryland Science Center

One by one, 25,000 dominos will fall in a massive display at the Maryland Science Center. → Read More

2 Firefighters Injured In Blaze That Displaced Multiple People

Firefighters were on the scene of a two alarm fire in Anne Arundel County Monday morning. → Read More

Can Shellfish Save The Shoreline? Conservationists In Edgewater Are Putting Them To The Test

An underwater experiment is playing out in Edgewater. Conservationists are waiting to see if shellfish can help them save the shoreline. → Read More

Dawnta Harris Gets Life Sentence In Ofc. Amy Caprio’s Death – CBS Baltimore

The teen convicted in the murder of Baltimore County Police Officer Amy Caprio will learn his fate Wednesday. → Read More

New Floor Opens At MedStar Good Samaritan Hospital To Help Inpatient Treatment

The elevator doors open Wednesday to a new era of healing at MedStar Good Samaritan Hospital. → Read More

Baltimore Police Sgt. Issac Carrington In Critical Condition

An intense search continues Friday for the gunman and the getaway driver in the shooting of a Baltimore Police sergeant Thursday afternoon. → Read More

Fourth Annual Trifecta Festival Coming To Baltimore County This Weekend

The fourth annual Trifecta Festival returns to the Maryland State Fairgrounds Saturday. → Read More

3 People Indicted For Allegedly Operating Unlicensed Assisted Living Facilities

Maryland's attorney general has announced three people have been indicted for allegedly operating unlicensed assisted living facilities in the Baltimore area. → Read More

‘America Is Better Than What I Saw:’ Sen. Cardin Recaps ‘Fact-Finding’ Trip To U.S.-Mexico Border

Maryland Sen. Ben Cardin Monday recounted his recent "fact-finding" mission to the U.S.-Mexico border during an event in Highlandtown. → Read More

‘Beyond The Scoreboard’ Summer Camp Blends Sports, Life Skills To Students In East Baltimore

Non-profit All Walks of Life, Team Thrill and City Parks and Rec partnered to put on the five-week camp. → Read More

Community Remembers Manuel Luis, Morgan State Student Fatally Shot During Attempted Robbery

The search for a killer continues as friends mourn the death of Manuel Luis, the Morgan State University student fatally shot in his car near the campus early Thursday. → Read More

Man Wanted In Sexual Assault Of 79-Year-Old Woman In Canton

Baltimore police are looking for a man who sexually assaulted a 79-year-old woman Monday morning. → Read More

Dominic Sanchez Charged In Jasmine Adams’ 2018 Murder – CBS Baltimore

Nearly a year after she was found stabbed to death in the basement of her Severn home, Anne Arundel County police announced Tuesday that they arrested a suspect in Jasmine Adams' murder. → Read More

New State Law Aiming To Lower Prescription Drug Prices Takes Effect

A state law taking effect in Maryland Monday will take on large pharmaceutical companies by creating a prescription drug affordability board tasked with tackling rising prescription costs. → Read More

Amid Shortage, Baltimore Police Union Expresses Concerns Over Officer Exhaustion

In a letter to members this week, union leaders ask them to express health concerns to higher-ups and document their response. → Read More

Community Remembers Nathaniel Day Who Died At Dominican Republic Resort With Fiance

It was a somber day as friends and family remembered a Prince George's County man who died while vacationing in the Dominican Republic. → Read More

Gerald Brown’s Killer Still Loose As City Hits 20 Murders In June – CBS Baltimore

Mayor Jack Young said earlier this week he was fed up with silent streets, asking witnesses to start talking. → Read More

FBI Hopes Public Can Identify ‘Mod Squad’ Bank Robbers

At this point they have hit 13 banks, each time changing the style of the crime. → Read More