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Police: 42-Year-Old Woman Found Dead Inside Car In Capitol Heights — CBS Baltimore

CAPITOL HEIGHTS, Md. (WJZ) — Prince George’s County police are investigating after a woman was found dead inside of a car Thursday morning in Capitol Heights. The victim has been identified as Nika Dorsey of Greenbelt. Officers responded to the 8700 block of Ritchie Drive at 5:30 a.m. for a welfare check. Dorsey was found…

via Police: 42-Year-Old Woman Found Dead Inside Car In Capitol Heights — CBS Baltimore

11-Year-Old Entrepreneur Opens Thrift Store In Brooklyn To Help Underprivileged Families — News One

One of Brooklyn’s newly minted entrepreneurs is a fifth grader with a mission to provide inexpensive clothing options for underprivileged families. In celebration of his 11th birthday, Obocho Peters opened a thrift store in his community dubbed Obocho’s Closet, PIX 11 reported. Meet Obocho Peters (@iamobocho), an 11-year old entrepreneur who owns his very own…

via 11-Year-Old Entrepreneur Opens Thrift Store In Brooklyn To Help Underprivileged Families — News One

Baltimore Police: 2 Charged In Shooting Of 13-Year-Old Girl — CBS Baltimore

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baltimore Police have arrested and charged two people who allegedly shot a 13-year-old girl in the back in November. The shooting happened on November 22, 2019, shortly after 9 p.m. in the 700 block of E. 20th Street. The victim is still receiving treatment as a result of being shot, according to…

via Baltimore Police: 2 Charged In Shooting Of 13-Year-Old Girl — CBS Baltimore

Woman Gets 30 Years In Arson That Killed Three Firefighters — CBS Baltimore

WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) — A Delaware woman who pleaded guilty to second-degree murder for an arson that left three firefighters dead has been sentenced to 30 years in prison. Beatriz Fana-Ruiz, 30, was sentenced Friday after pleading guilty in August to one count each of second-degree murder, arson and assault. Prosecutors say the United States…

via Woman Gets 30 Years In Arson That Killed Three Firefighters — CBS Baltimore

As Lead Poisoning Cases In Baltimore Rise, Group Hopes To Help Homeowners Remove Hazards — CBS Baltimore

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Lead poisoning cases are on the rise in Baltimore. The city council’s health committee wants the problem addressed but there may be too many homes with lead and too many people who don’t know they’re living in them. Baltimore saw 99 cases of lead poisoning reported in 2018, up from 18 in…

via As Lead Poisoning Cases In Baltimore Rise, Group Hopes To Help Homeowners Remove Hazards — CBS Baltimore

Michelle Obama and Ellen Degeneres- The Gift of Giving

 

This is why I LOVE the gift of GIVING. Thanks Ellen DeGeneres (The Generous). This is what money is truly about, its not meant for selfishness. So to ALL of those billionaires and millionaires this is only a fraction of Acts of Kindness that is suppose to happen with that good fortune. 

To those who use well what they are given, even more will be given, and they will have an abundance.

Amazon Distributes 2,000 ‘Boxes Of Smiles’ To Baltimore Residents Experiencing Homelessness — CBS Baltimore

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Santa’s sleigh took the form of a delivery truck Tuesday as Amazon distributed 2,000 Boxes of Smiles to local families and individuals who experience homelessness. Inside were essentials like soap and toothpaste. “Items that are in these boxes go a long way,” Shaun Jones said. There were also items like headphones, games and…

via Amazon Distributes 2,000 ‘Boxes Of Smiles’ To Baltimore Residents Experiencing Homlessness — CBS Baltimore