'These Dudes Looking To Work' | Baltimore Man Helping 'Squeegee Kids' Find Jobs With Local Business OwnersAn appeal is being sent out to business owners in the area. 
'Stop Giving Them Money' | BPD Commissioner Offers New Solution To Squeegee Kid ConcernsDuring the crime walk through Otterbein on Monday, some said Baltimore's squeegee kids have become their number one safety concern. 
'They're Assaulting People' | Baltimore Couple Calls For Action After 'Squeegee Kid' AttackA husband and wife said they were attacked by a group of Baltimore’s so-called “squeegee kids,” and now they’re speaking out, urging the mayor to take care of the problem.
Baltimore Police Investigating After Man Attacked By 'Squeegee Kids'Baltimore City Police are investigating after a man and his wife say they were assaulted by several of Baltimore's so called "squeegee kids."
Photo Released Of 'Squeegee Kid' Arrested In Christmas Eve AssaultPolice have released a photo of one of the "squeegee kids" arrested in a Christmas Eve assault.
'Squeegee Kids' Accused Of Spraying Windex In Woman's Face, Throwing Rocks At CarTwo "Squeegee Kids" were arrested on Christmas Eve after police say they sprayed Windex in a woman's face and threw rocks at her vehicle.
Downtown Partnership Deploys 'Ambassadors' To Monitor Squeegee KidsDowntown Partnership is having people monitoring during morning and evening rush hour. They will wear green fluorescent vests. 
Squeegee Kid Recovering After Being Hit By CarSavannah Elligson, mother of a squeegee kid who was struck by a car is speaking out, telling her son's story of survival.
Mayor Pugh To Launch $2M Program Aimed To Get 'Squeegee Boys' Off The StreetsMayor Catherine Pugh announced her vision to get kids off those street corners once and for all. It's a plan she said will not only get them off the streets but provide them with a better future.
Unarmed Guards To Join Squeegee Kids On Baltimore Street CornersThe Downtown Partnership of Baltimore plans to fund a team of unarmed guards who would be stationed on busy intersections where squeegee kids work.
Will Unarmed Guards Help The City? People Took To Twitter Thursday Night About The Squeegee KidsAfter concerns moving around Baltimore, the Downtown Partnership will begin placing unarmed security guards at busy intersections as early as next week to calm interactions between "squeegee kids" and drivers, according to our media partners The Baltimore Sun.