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Top Baltimore news: Henry declares victory in comptroller's race; woman charged in stabbing; more

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By Hoodline - Published on June 09, 2020.

Here's the most recent top news you may have missed in Baltimore.

City Council launches week of budget hearings amid calls to defund police

City Council has scheduled 50 hours of hearings to discuss the $3 billion city budget proposed by Mayor Bernard C. "Jack" Young, including whether the city should reallocate money budgeted for the police department.

Read the full story on Baltimore Sun.

Woman arrested in connection with stabbing that left 2 injured

Kyla Briana Denise Royster, 23, has been charged with attempted second-degree murder, first-degree assault and second-degree assault in connection with the incident on Sunday.

Read the full story on Baltimore Sun.

Bill Henry declares victory in comptroller’s race; Brandon Scott’s lead over Sheila Dixon widens

City Councilman Bill Henry declared victory over longtime incumbent Joan Pratt in the race for city comptroller, while City Council President Brandon Scott’s lead over Sheila Dixon widened slightly in the Baltimore City Democratic mayoral primary Monday night.

Read the full story on WYPR.


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