How Baltimore Tries to Cut Its High Homicide Toll

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Even Chicago, which has shared Baltimore’s notoriety for violence, saw homicides fall last year, while Baltimore’s numbers continue to rise. Nobody is sure what to do. City officials are experimenting with almost anything that might whittle down last year's homicide total of 343. The city is adding to a network of more than 750 high-definition cameras that follow people as they walk down the street . . .

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