• Teravainen, Hurricanes Beat Capitals 2-1, Even Series

    RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Teuvo Teravainen scored the go-ahead goal with 27.9 seconds left in the second period, and the Carolina Hurricanes beat the Washington Capitals 2-1 on Thursday night to even their playoff series at two games apiece.
    Warren Foegele scored 17 seconds in, giving him three goals in two home games, and Petr Mrazek made 30 saves for Hurricanes. They lost another key forward to injury yet fed off the energy of the largest hockey crowd in PNC Arena history to win their second
  • Weather Blog: Potential For Severe Storms In The Forecast

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A warm front crossed the region later this morning, and put us squarely in a summer-like air mass.
    A very mild night will be followed by a warm and rather humid Friday. Showers and thunderstorms will be developing during the day and will continue into the evening.
    Some of the storms may become severe with heavy rain, damaging winds and hail.
    A tornado is also possible in some place during the late afternoon. We are under a flash flood watch all day tomorrow, as many
  • Does Sugar Make Kids Hyper? That’s Largely A Myth

    (CNN) — Does sugar make kids hyper? Maybe.
    “If you look at the peer-reviewed evidence, we cannot say sugar absolutely makes kids hyper; however, you can’t discount that sugar may have a slight effect” on behavior, said Kristi L. King, senior pediatric dietitian at Texas Children’s Hospital and spokeswoman for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
    In the mid-1990s, a meta-analysis reviewed 16 studies on sugar’s effects in children. The research, pub
  • Maryland Weather: Potential For Strong Storms Friday

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Maryland saw a warm and muggy day on Thursday which may set the stage for strong storms on Friday.
    Thursday night, Maryland will see increasing clouds with a low of around 62 degrees. South wind will stay around 9 mph, with gusts as high as 20 mph.
    Friday, showers are likely with a possible thunderstorm, followed by showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon.
    Some of these storms could produce gusty winds and heavy rain.
    The temperature will top out around 76 degrees
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  • Sweeping UMMS Reforms Signed Into Law As Another Pugh Aide Placed On Leave

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Governor Hogan signed a new law mandating reforms to the University of Maryland Medical System following a lucrative book deal for Baltimore’s mayor when she was on the system’s board.
    “Much needed reforms and transparency at the UMMS board,” Hogan said as he signed the measure.
    Senate President Mike Miller said revelations that nine members of the UMMS board had business dealings with the non-profit came as a “shock.” Miller calle
  • Ravens Work To Make Baltimore More Sustainable With ‘Gameplan Earth’ Initiative

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Baltimore Ravens are continuing to give back to the community this offseason.
    Thursday, the team traded in cleats for shovels
    The Ravens and M&T Bank Stadium partnered to help Baltimore shine as Earth Day quickly approaches.
    “It’s great to see a lot of people taking the time to get out of the office, enjoy the weather and celebrate Earth Day,” Katie Bollinger, Marketing and Fan Development Manager, said.
    The Ravens and M&T Bank teamed up
  • Judges Deny Parents Request For Reduction Of Sentence For Neglect Of 6 Children

    CARROLL COUNTY, Md. (WJZ) — A panel of three judges denied a request for a reduced sentence for two parents convicted of six counts of neglect of their children.
    Judge Thomas Stansfield sentenced Paul Trapani and Melissa Trapani to 30 years in the Division of Corrections after being convicted of six counts of neglect of their six children.
    Paul Trapani had a Three-Judge Panel Review of Sentence where he was asked different judges toreduce his sentence.
    Melissa Trapani had the same hea
  • Md. National Guard Sgt. Dinora Flores Laid To Rest, Killed In Reisterstown Car Accident

    ROCKVILLE, Md. (WJZ) — A 21 gun salute fired at Parklawn Memorial Park in Rockville on Thursday as friends, family and the National Guard remembered a fallen hero but more notably- one of their own.
    Dinora Flores was laid to rest two weeks after she was killed by an oncoming tractor-trailer on Route 30 in Reisterstown.
    Md. National Guard Sgt. Dies After Flatbed Truck Rear-Ends Her Into Traffic
    The solder and mother of three had her casket surrounded by her daughters in matching purple dres
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  • Third Md. Measles Case Prompts Travel Concerns As Passover, Easter Holidays Approach

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — There is a growing concern in Maryland after a third case of measles was confirmed Wednesday.
    Health officials have been pushing to vaccinate to try and slow the spread of the disease, especially as two religious holidays approach, which could prompt travel to other affected areas.
    Third Measles Case Confirmed In Maryland, Health Officials Name Two New Locations Of Exposure
    With people specifically planning to travel for Passover and Easter, there is a risk that they
  • Ravens Owner Steve Bisciotti Donates $100K To Help Rebuild 3 Louisiana Churches Burned Down

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti donated $100,000 to help rebuild the three predominantly African American churches destroyed by arson.
    A GoFundMe created last week soared to its goal of nearly $2 million in less than 36 hours, after the appeal was widely spread on social media.
    All the money raised will be split among the three destroyed churches.
    The man accused of setting each of the fires plead not guilty, he remains in jail awaiting trial.
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  • Gov. Hogan Signs Grace’s Law 2.0 Into Law

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — New criminal penalties are being put into place for people who engage in cyberbullying.
    Grace’s Law 2.0 was signed into law Thursday.
    The bill is named for 15-year-old Grace McComas who was driven to take her own life by cyberbullies.
    Christine McComas, Grace’s mother, was in Annapolis to see the completion of a seven-year mission in memory of her daughter.
    “We’re enacting Grace’s Law 2.0, the first legislation of its kind in America whi
  • Dog Killed, Man In Critical Condition In Silver Spring House Fire

    SILVER SPRING (WJZ) — Investigators in Montgomery County are trying to figure out what sparked a house fire that left a man in critical condition Thursday morning.
    The flames broke out early in the morning along the 2300 block of Dexter Avenue in Silver Spring.
    Officials said the fire spread after a couch caught fire on the first floor.
    A dog died of smoke inhalation.
    A firefighter was also hurt but is expected to be okay.
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  • Tickets Available For WJZ’s Weather Day At Camden Yards

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Weather and baseball. What’s better than that?
    Join Meteorologist Tim Williams, Meg McNamara, Bob Turk and WJZ Anchor Nicole Baker on Thursday, Mary 23 at Oriole Park at Camden Yards for the 12th annual WJZ Weather Day.
    Schools are welcome to come and see WJZ’s team give a presentation on weather and then stay for a game and cheer on the Orioles.
    The presentation begins at 10 a.m., followed by the game at 12:35 p.m.
    The cost is $7 per person for upper-level ti
  • Eating Just One Slice Of Bacon A Day Linked To Higher Risk Of Colorectal Cancer, Says Study

    (CNN) — Eating even a moderate amount of red or processed meat is linked with an increased risk of colorectal (bowel) cancer, according to a new study published Wednesday.
    People who ate 76 grams of red and processed meat per day — that’s in line with current guidelines and roughly the same as a quarter-pound beef burger–– had a 20% higher chance of developing colorectal cancer compared to others, who ate about 21 grams a day, the equivalent to one slice of ham, acc
  • Baltimore’s Most Historic Buildings Have Fire Suppression Systems To Prevent A Fire Like Notre Dame

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — In light of the devastating fire at the Cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris, how vulnerable are some of Baltimore’s most historic buildings?
    There are a lot of reasons why the fire at the cathedral was out of control and while they were built centuries apart — are Baltimore’s oldest, most historic buildings vulnerable?
    City Hall, The Baltimore Basilica, Fulton St Warehouse B & O Railroad, Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower or the George Peabody Library — it
  • President Trump Welcomes Wounded Warriors On Their Annual Soldier Ride

    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump highlighted his efforts to build up the military as he welcomed wounded warriors for an annual White House visit.
    The 22 men and seven women were on the Washington segment of a multiday event through Maryland and Virginia.
    The ride was created to inspire service members who are living with the physical and psychological wounds of war.
    President Trump talked about the growing military budget, new Army uniforms and airplane purchases.
    He said the grue
  • Six Arrested In South Baltimore Drug Bust With Cocaine, Dope, Fentanyl

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A drug bust turns up cocaine, dope, fentanyl and guns in South Baltimore on Wednesday.
    Officers served a search and seizure warrant Wednesday night in the 4200 of Morrison Street.
    Six people are under arrest and officers uncovered dozens of guns, with many loaded with several magazines on hand.
    Drug paraphernalia was also found. Charges are pending.
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  • Towson University, Baltimore County Police, Monitoring Anti-LGBTQ+ Protest On Campus

    TOWSON, Md. (WJZ) — A group of protestors are reportedly shouting anti-LGBTQ+ rhetoric on Towson University’s campus, according to the Towerlight, Towson University’s student newspaper.
    Towson University Police and Baltimore County Police are monitoring the protest.
    Towson we have a problem…. pic.twitter.com/ylkB5aZ1oW
    — NaeeBby(@lordnaeski__) April 18, 2019The University said Towson University Police was notified early Thursday that an external group of protestors
  • One Man With No Ties To Towson University Arrested During Anti-LGBTQ+ Protest On Campus

    TOWSON, Md. (WJZ) — An adult male with no ties to Towson University was arrested after a group of protestors reportedly shouted anti-LGBTQ+ rhetoric on campus Thursday afternoon, according to the University.
    Towson University Police and Baltimore County Police were at the scene of the protest.
    Towson we have a problem…. pic.twitter.com/ylkB5aZ1oW
    — NaeeBby(@lordnaeski__) April 18, 2019The University said Towson University Police was notified that an external group of protestor
  • Baltimore City’s Population Is Dropping, But New Residents Are Flocking Downtown

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The U.S. Census Bureau estimates Baltimore’s population every year and finalizes it every ten years.
    The last count finished in July 2018 and estimates more than 7,300 people left the city.
    The largest one-year loss since 2001, bringing Baltimore’s population down to 602, 495 people. For City Councilwoman Mary Pat Clarke, the numbers are disappointing.
    “I think it’s a shame and I’m sorry to see it.”
    People move on for a lot of reas
  • Leslie Odom, Jr.’s BSO Performance Postponed To July 5

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra will not perform next Friday with Leslie Odom, Jr., due to a scheduling conflict.
    He will, however, be up with the BSO on July 5.
    The artist had to postpone the performance but will make it there July 5 at 8 p.m.
    The BSO is contacting all ticket holders for this performance. Patrons can use their original tickets for the new concert date or contact the BSO Ticket Office at TicketOffice@BSOmusic.org or 410.783.8000.
    And if you didn’t
  • Maryland Lawmakers Respond To Mueller Report Release

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — With the Mueller special counsel report finally out, some Maryland lawmakers have put in their two cents about the release of the Mueller report, and what the government’s next steps should be.
    The resounding call: more transparency, and put Mueller in front of Congress to testify.
    Mueller Report: Justice Department Releases Special Counsel Report
    Rep. Elijah Cummings, Chairman of the Committee on Oversight and Reform, issued the following statement on the release o
  • Gov. Hogan Calls Special Session To Elect New House Speaker May 1

    ANNAPOLIS (WJZ) — Gov. Larry Hogan signed an executive order Thursday calling for the Maryland General Assembly to convene a special session on May 1.
    The session will allow the House of Delegates to elect a successor to the late Speaker Michael Busch.
    “It is my solemn duty to call a special session of the General Assembly in order to elect a successor to Speaker Busch,” said Governor Larry Hogan. “As we close a significant chapter in our state’s history, we will co
  • Target Recalling Half Million Christmas Toys Sold In Bullseye’s Playground

    SACRAMENTO (CBS Sacramento) – Target is recalling nearly a half million Christmas-themed toy cars sold in its Bullseye’s Playground due to a choking hazard.
    The little wooden cars feature Santa in a sleigh, a firetruck, a taxi, a caboose, an ice cream truck, a train, a police car, and a digger. The eight cars were sold both individually and as an 8-pack in stores and online from October 2018 through November 2018. Each car cost about $1, with the 8-pack costing $8.
    Credit: Target
  • WWE Injuries Include Daniel Bryan, Sheamus, Amid Superstar Shakeups

    By Chuck Carroll
    (CBS New York/CBS Local) — Post-WrestleMania is a quiet time for WWE, as the company takes a collective deep breath in the wake of its biggest event and reassesses where it stands. It’s also a good time to plan for the year ahead, with RAW and SmackDown continuing and Money In The Bank just a month away. With that, we look at injuries, roster changes and various other goings-on across the WWE universe.
    Daniel Bryan has been absent from television since losing the WWE
  • UMD Student Searching For Late Father’s Wedding Band After Her Necklace Breaks While Walking On Campus

    COLLEGE PARK, Md. (WJZ) — A University of Maryland student is desperate to find her father’s wedding band after it fell somewhere on campus.
    Freshman Molly Bolyard tweeted asking campus staff, students and visitors to be on the lookout for the ring she lost sometime Wednesday.
    Her dad passed away when Molly was seven and her mother gave it to her for her 18th birthday.
    Someone please help: I’m a freshman @UofMaryland in College Park. Sometime today, my necklace broke off that h
  • Mayor Pugh, 5 Of Her Staffers Now On Paid Leave

    BALTIMORE (AP) — Baltimore’s embattled mayor and five of her staffers are now on paid leave amid a scandal over book sales.
    Mayor Catherine Pugh went on leave April 1, saying she needed time off to recover from pneumonia.
    She’s also facing intense scrutiny over the sale of her children’s books to entities that do business with the city.
    Five members of her staff also have been placed on leave recently. The city isn’t saying why.
    The Baltimore Sun reported Thursday t
  • 21-Year-Old Gambrills Woman Charged With Prostitution

    GAMBRILLS, Md. (WJZ) — A 21-year-old Gambrills woman was charged for prostitution Wednesday, police said.
    Anne Arundel County Police received complaints during the month of April for possible prostitution activity in the 2300 block of Mt. Tabor Road in Gambrills.
    Police found a woman advertising on an internet website for the purposes of prostitution in the area of the complaint.
    Detectives contacted the phone number on the advertisement on April 17 and set up a meeting with the woman.
  • Brian Raftery On New Book ‘Best Movie Year Ever’, Reese Witherspoon & The Matrix

    (CBS Local)– 1999 was an all time great year for movies.
    “The Matrix”, “Fight Club”, and “Office Space” all hit theaters 20 years ago and author Brian Raftery believes it’s time to properly label this time period. His new book “Best Movie Year Ever” features interviews with people like Reese Witherspoon, Edward Norton, Kirsten Dunst and Mike Judge about the masterpieces they  created in 1999.
    “I originally started workin
  • Md. Chief Of Toll Operations Abruptly Resigns

    ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — The head of the Maryland Transportation Authority has abruptly resigned.
    The Washington Post reported Wednesday that no reason for his departure was publicly released.
    Kevin C. Reigrut oversaw the state’s eight toll facilities. He led the 1,700-employee agency since January 2017.
    Agency spokeswoman Cheryl Sparks said Chief Operating Officer John O’Neill will serve as acting executive director.
    Sparks declined to answer questions about the reasons for Reigr
  • 17-Year-Old Charged In Historic Caroline County Schoolhouse Fire

    CAROLINE COUNTY, Md. (WJZ) — Deputy State Fire Marshals have charged a Denton juvenile in connection with a historic schoolhouse fire that occurred on April 16.
    The 17-year-old male teen from Denton was charged Thursday morning with second-degree arson, second-degree burglary, malicious burning first degree, and malicious destruction of property.
    On April 16 at around 10:11 p.m., the Denton Volunteer Fire Department responded to the 400 block of Lincoln Street after a passerby saw a fire a
  • Crews on Scene of Suspicious Package On North Howard Street

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Crews are on the scene of a possible hazmat situation as a suspicious package was found in the area of N. Howard Street.
    Baltimore Police and hazmat crews say to expect delays in the area due to the activity.
    This story is developing. 
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  • Police Make Two Arrests In Howard County Home Invasion Robberies

    HOWARD COUNTY, Md. (WJZ) —Howard County police have arrested two men in two recent home invasions in which they broke into homes, displayed guns, assaulted residents and stole items.
    Timothy Branch, 24, of Millersville, and Terrance Pearson, 37, of Bayberry Street in Elkridge, are charged with two counts each of home invasion, armed robbery, burglary and firearm violations.
    Both are being held at the Howard County Detention Center without bond.
    Police were called to the 9600 block of Quarr
  • Gov. Hogan Signs UMMS Board Reforms Into Law

    ANNAPOLIS (WJZ) — Gov. Larry Hogan signed legislation to overhaul the University of Maryland Medical System board of directors, in response to business dealings within the board the prompted public outcry last month.
    House Bill 1498, sponsored by the late Speaker Michael Busch, is one of the 195 bills the governor signed Thursday alongside Senate President Thomas “Mike” Miller and Speaker Pro Tem Adrienne Jones.
    “Today, we are enacting sweeping changes to bring much-neede
  • Person Struck, Killed By Amtrak Train In SE Baltimore

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A person was struck and killed by an Amtrak train earlier Thursday morning, Amtrak and Baltimore City Fire confirm.
    Amtrak said a person was trespassing on the tracks when they were hit by Amtrak Acela Express train 2160, which was traveling from Washington, D.C. to Boston.
    They said there were no injuries to the 185 passengers on board or crew members.
    The Amtrak Police Department is working with the Baltimore City Police Department to investigate the incident.
    Amtrak No
  • Mueller Report: Justice Department Releases Special Counsel Report

    (CBS NEWS) — Attorney General William Barr released of the long-anticipated report by special counsel Robert Mueller on Russian interference in the 2016 election. Barr held a press conference Thursday morning to discuss the report’s release.
    The Justice Department has posted the Mueller report here.
    Barr said Mueller made no determination on obstruction independent of Justice Department guidelines saying a sitting president could not be indicted.
    He said Mueller did not ind
  • 27-Year-Old Ruben Jackson, Jr. Charged In Murder Of 60-Year-Old Father After Family Dispute

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A 27-year-old Baltimore man was charged in the murder of his 60-year-old father after a family dispute.
    Ruben Jackson Jr. allegedly killed Ruben Jackson Sr. on April 14.
    Officers were called to a home in the 5800 block of Halwyn Avenue Sunday around 2 p.m.  to investigate a report of an unresponsive male.
    They found Ruben Jackson Sr. suffering from gunshot wounds. He was pronounced dead on scene.
    Ruben Jackson Jr. was charged with first- and second-degree murder and
  • Police Looking For Windsor Mill Porch Pirate

    WINDSOR MILL, Md. (WJZ) — Another porch thief is on the loose in Windsor Mill, after a package was stolen last Tuesday.
    Police released surveillance video showing the suspect stealing a package on someone’s porch in the 7500 block of Heatherfield Drive.The suspect is seen walking away first to make sure no one is watching, then walks back to the porch and steals a large package from the front steps.Police believe the suspect lives in the area where he committed the burglary and theft
  • 2 Teens Injured, 6 Others Displaced In Wikens Area Apartment Fire

    BALTIMORE COUNTY, Md. (WJZ) — Two people were injured and two families were displaced after a fire broke out Thursday morning at a Wilkens area apartment complex.
    Firefighters were dispatched to the 4300 block of Alan Drive around 6:30 a.m. for a call of several people trapped on the second floor.
    Firefighters rescued the trapped people and aggressively fought the blaze, calling it under control by 7 a.m.
    Two young women were taken to University of Maryland Medical Center for treatment. On
  • President Trump Can’t Stop Using Game Of Thrones Memes, Even During The Anticipated Mueller Report Release

    WASHINGTON, D.C. (WJZ) — In the Game of Thrones, who will win?
    President Trump is deeming himself the winner- for today.
    Attorney General William Barr is set to release the long-anticipated report by special counsel Robert Mueller on Russian interference in the 2016 election. Barr and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein are holding a press conference to discuss the report’s release.
    Mueller Report: Special Counsel Examined 10 Instances Of Potential Obstruction, Barr Says
  • President Trump Can’t Stop Using Game Of Thrones Memes, As The Mueller Report Is Released

    WASHINGTON, D.C. (WJZ) — Game of Thrones or Game of Trump?
    President Trump once again, took to Twitter to express his feelings on the Mueller report.
     Attorney General William Barr released of the long-anticipated report by special counsel Robert Mueller on Russian interference in the 2016 election. Barr held a press conference Thursday morning to discuss the report’s release.
    Mueller Report: Justice Department Releases Special Counsel Report
    Meanwhile, before the
  • Mueller Report: Special Counsel Examined 10 Instances Of Potential Obstruction, Barr Says

    (CBS NEWS) — Attorney General William Barr previewed the release of the long-anticipated report by special counsel Robert Mueller on Russian interference in the 2016 election. Barr held a press conference Thursday morning to discuss the report’s release.
    The report will be delivered on CDs to Capitol Hill at 11 a.m. before being posted publicly on the special counsel’s website, Barr said.
    Barr addressed three aspects of the report at this press conference:Interactions
  • 107 People Arrested In Maryland Fugitive Warrant Effort

    SALISBURY, Md. (WJZ) — Maryland State Police reported they arrested 107 people as part of an effort to lower the amount of active fugitive warrants in the lower Eastern Shore.
    Police said “Operation: On The Lam[b],” was a joint effort between local law enforcement agencies in Maryland, Delaware and Virginia.
    The initiative took place on April 9 and 11 and was a follow up to a February operation. 41 people were arrested in “Operation: Hide and Seek.” Police said it f
  • Riviera Beach Post Office Catches Fire

    RIVIERA BEACH, Md. (WJZ) — Firefighters responded to a fire at the Riviera Beach Post Office Thursday morning.
    Crews arrived around 6 a.m. to see smoke coming out from the front of the building and the chimney area towards the back. They forced their way inside and encountered heavy smoke conditions.
    Officials said firefighters were able to find and extinguish a smoldering fire in one room in the building. It took a little longer to remove all the smoke from throughout the building.
  • Weather Blog: 80° This Afternoon

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — 80° this afternoon. That has to be the headline. But check this out, today’s record high is 96° back in 1896. That had em talking…the record low today is just as interesting and shows how the thermometer can swing wildly in April. In 1875 it was 26°. Pretty wild.
    This hot humid air will be a big player tomorrow when a cold front slowly moves into it and across the area. We have discussed, and can now say, we are fairly sure some severe weather is
  • Blue Ivy Shows Off Her Vocal Skills In Beyoncé’s ‘Homecoming’

    (CNN) — The Beyoncé magic is definitely in Blue Ivy Carter’s DNA.
    Beyoncé’s daughter showcases her vocal skills in the Netflix documentary “Homecoming,” highlighting the 37-year-old mom’s Coachella performance from last year.
    During last year’s Beychella, Beyoncé sang the classic hymn “Lift Every Voice and Sing,” so Blue Ivy was inspired to sing her own version for the documentary.
    And yes, Blue s
  • Baltimore Police Investigate After Man Is Shot Multiple Times

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A man was shot multiple times in Baltimore Thursday morning.
    Police responded to the area of West Baltimore Street at Howard Street for a report of a shooting around 12:30 a.m.
    They found the victim with gunshot wounds to his neck, torso and leg.
    Officers found the original crime scene in the 200 block of West Street.
    The victim was unable to talk to investigators due to his injuries. Police ask anyone with information to contact them at 410-396-2221.
  • North Korea: If US Wants To Talk, Put Someone ‘More Mature’ Than Pompeo In Charge

    (CNN) — North Korea’s Foreign Ministry has issued a stinging rebuke of United States Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, hours after the country claimed to have tested a new tactical weapon.
    In a statement released by the state-run Korean Central News Agency, Foreign Ministry official Kwon Jong Gun said Pompeo had been “letting loose reckless remarks and sophism of all kinds against us every day.”
    Kwon said North Korean leader Kim Jong Un had made his “principled s
  • Sheriff’s Deputy Injured In Hit And Run

    OCEAN PINES, Md. (WJZ) — A Worcester County Sheriff’s Office Deputy was struck in a hit and run accident Wednesday night.
    Officials said the Deputy was conducting a traffic stop on Rt. 90 near Rt. 589 around 9:58 p.m. While he was outside of his car, he was hit in the back by a passing vehicle that did not stop. Instead, police said the suspect exited Rt. 90 onto Rt. 589.
    Deputies found the suspect and his vehicle at a residence in Ocean Pines. The suspect was identified as William E
  • Man Accused Of Plotting IS-Inspired Attack Due Back In Court

    GREENBELT, Md. (AP) — A Maryland man accused of planning an Islamic State-inspired attack at a shopping and entertainment complex near Washington is due back in court later this month for his arraignment.
    U.S. Magistrate Judge Thomas DiGirolamo is scheduled to preside over the April 29 arraignment for 28-year-old Rondell Henry at the federal courthouse in Greenbelt, Maryland.
    DiGirolamo previously ordered Henry detained on a charge of driving a stolen vehicle across state lines.Police arre

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