• Ravens CB Jimmy Smith Suspended 4 Games Without Pay For Improper Conduct

    OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP/WJZ) — Baltimore Ravens cornerback Jimmy Smith has been suspended for four games without pay for violating the NFL’s personal conduct policy.
    The suspension will take effect after the final mandated roster cuts on Sept. 1 and last through Baltimore’s game at Pittsburgh on Sept. 30.
    The Baltimore Ravens released a statement Tuesday on their player, Jimmy Smith, and his recent suspension.
    “One of our players, Jimmy Smith, has been suspended without pay
  • KKK Member Gets 4 Years In Prison For Gunshot At Rally

    CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) — A Ku Klux Klan member from Maryland who pleaded no contest to firing a gun at a white nationalist rally last summer in Virginia has been sentenced to four years in prison.
    Charlottesville Circuit Court records show Richard Preston was sentenced Tuesday to eight years, with four of those years suspended.
    Prosecutors said Preston fired a handgun once toward the ground while standing on a sidewalk crowded with rally-goers and counterprotesters after initially point
  • Md. Company Treating Concussion Patients Using Brain ‘Physical Therapy’

    COLUMBIA, Md. (WJZ) — It could be athletics, an auto accident or even a fall, but researchers say concussions are increasing at an alarming rate — especially among young people aged 22 and under. Now a Columbia, Maryland, company is working to help those affected by concussions and more.
    Brain Train America calls it physical therapy for the brain.
    “We have to talk about recovery because there are a lot of times there’s a new norm for these individuals and that new norm is
  • Frederick Officials Working To Combat Additional Erosion

    FREDERICK, Md. (WJZ) — In the City of Frederick, parks are deliberately located in floodplains. Some incorporate stormwater management to channel the flow of water. But in May, streams that run through parks became overwhelmed by heavy runoff.
    Record rains started it, but according to Ginny Brace with Friends of Waterford Park, “The water rises so fast because of all the blacktop and all the development that has gone on for the last 50 years upstream.”
    Rock Creek rose that way.
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  • Parents Of Jordan McNair: ‘Fire Coach, Keep President’

    COLLEGE PARK, Md. (WJZ) — As two investigations turn the spotlight on the University of Maryland football program, questions over which school leaders may face firing remain.
    The parents of Jordan McNair released a statement saying some should stay and some should go.
    Their son died after a reportedly grueling practice in May.
    With a lot in limbo right now, they are making it very clear where they stand on the personnel issue.
    McNair’s parents are saying the school should fire the he
  • TSA: Man Arrested At BWI With Handgun In Carry-On Bag

    BALTIMORE (AP) — A man has been arrested at the international airport outside of Baltimore after a handgun and a magazine with five bullets was found in his carry-on luggage.
    The U.S. Transportation Security Administration says the passenger was stopped Tuesday at a security checkpoint at BWI Airport. The TSA says the man told investigators he didn’t know the .38 caliber handgun and ammunition was in his bag.
    He’s been arrested on weapons charges. Authorities did not name the m
  • Official: Suspect In Custody In Mollie Tibbetts’ Death; Held On Federal Immigration Detainer

    MONTEZUMA, Iowa (AP) — Police say a man in the country illegally has been charged with murder in the death of Iowa college student Mollie Tibbetts.
    A charge of first-degree murder has been filed against 24-year-old Cristhian Bahena Rivera. If convicted, the charge carries a mandatory sentence of life in prison.
    At a news conference, Rick Rahn, special agent in charge with the Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation, said Bahena Rivera had been living in the area for four to seven years.
    In
  • Rapper Post Malone’s Jet Lands Safely After 2 Tires Blow

    NEWBURGH, N.Y. (AP/WJZ) — A private jet carrying rapper Post Malone blew two tires during takeoff at a small New Jersey airport on Tuesday but made a safe emergency landing hours later in upstate New York, prompting the rapper to thank fans who prayed for him and diss those who “wished death” on him while he was in the air.
    The face-tattooed singer/rapper, who had been headed to England, tweeted, “i landed guys.”
    TMZ broke the fact that rapper Post Malone was aboard
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  • Manafort Jury Reaches Verdict On 8 Of 18 Counts

    ALEXANDRIA, Va. (AP) — The jury in the financial fraud trial of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort says it’s reached a verdict on eight counts but is undecided on the remaining 10.
    Jurors made that announcement in a note Tuesday afternoon to the federal jury overseeing the trial.
    The jury is in its fourth day of deliberations and had signaled earlier in the day that it was stuck on at least one count.
    U.S. District Judge T.S. Ellis III encouraged jurors to continue delibera
  • Ex-Trump Campaign Chairman Paul Manafort Guilty Of 8 Charges

    ALEXANDRIA, Va. (AP) — Paul Manafort, the longtime political operative who for months led Donald Trump’s winning presidential campaign, was found guilty of eight financial crimes Tuesday in the first trial victory of the special counsel investigation into the president’s associates.
    A judge declared a mistrial on 10 other counts the jury could not agree on.
    The verdict was part of a stunning one-two punch of bad news for the White House, coming as the president’s for
  • Federal Team In Maryland Evaluating Election System

    ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — A U.S. Department of Homeland Security team is in Maryland this week to evaluate the state’s election systems after officials learned last month about a transaction between a venture fund with Russian ties and a company involved in the state’s election infrastructure.
    Linda Lamone, Maryland’s elections administrator, said Tuesday that the Hunt and Incident Response Team is evaluating whether there are issues concerning ByteGrid, a U.S. company that h
  • Panthers’ DJ Moore Cited For Driving 113 MPH In Work Zone

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Panthers coach Ron Rivera says rookie wide receiver D.J. Moore has “chastised” after the first-round draft pick from Maryland was cited for driving approximately 113 mph in a work zone in Interstate 77 in Charlotte, North Carolina.
    The speed limit is 65 mph.
    Moore was ticketed by North Carolina State Highway Patrol on Aug. 10 just before 3 a.m., shortly after the team returned from its preseason game against the Buffalo Bills. Moore was on his way home an
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  • Hurricane Lane, A Dangerous Category 4 Storm, Headed Toward Hawaii

    (CNN) — Another hurricane is threatening to impact Hawaii this week, as dangerous Category 4 Hurricane Lane approaches the Central Pacific island chain just two weeks after Hurricane Hector passed the islands.
    But Hurricane Lane looks poised to bring much more significant impacts to the state, as the forecast puts the storm very close to the islands, with a direct landfall is possible later this week.
    Hurricane Watches have been issued for Hawaii and Maui counties, in the eastern part of t
  • Coconut Oil Is ‘Pure Poison,’ Harvard Professor Claims

    GERMANY (CBS Local) – Months after a report from the American Heart Association (AHA) warned against consuming coconut oil, a Harvard professor is blasting the popular product as “pure poison.”
    Karin Michels, a professor at the Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health, made the controversial remarks during a lecture that was posted on YouTube and has been viewed nearly one million times. Michels, who is also a director at the University of Freiburg, was giving a p
  • Plane With Post Malone, 15 Others On Board Attempting To Make Emergency Landing

    TETERBORO, N.J. (AP/WJZ) — A private jet that blew two tires during takeoff at a small New Jersey airport was headed to an airport in New York on Tuesday afternoon to attempt an emergency landing.
    Per TMZ, rapper Post Malone is aboard the plane with 15 others. He was seen in a Instagram story on DreLondonENT’s profile boarding the plane in Teterboro.
    The troubled Gulfstream IV was en route to London Luton Airport in Luton, England, when the pilot realized shortly after takeoff t
  • Madonna Says She Didn’t Intend To Do Tribute To Franklin

    NEW YORK (AP) — Madonna says she wasn’t asked and didn’t intend to do a tribute to Aretha Franklin at the MTV Video Music Awards.
    The pop star was scorched online for telling a lengthy story about Franklin on Monday’s show that had more to do with herself than the Queen of Soul, who died last week.
    But in an Instagram post on Tuesday, Madonna said she was asked to present the video of the year award and share any anecdotes she had in her career that were connected to Fran
  • Police Searching For 3 Suspects Wanted For Robbing Taxi Driver

    FREDERICK CO., Md. (WJZ) — Authorities are asking the public to help them find one suspect and identify two others wanted for robbing a taxi driver last month.
    The Frederick County Sheriff’s Office reports the robbery happened on July 31, at the Bubbles at Ballenger car wash.
    Two men and a woman robbed a taxi driver.
    Investigators were able to get surveillance video of the scene, and identified one of the male suspects as Barry Christopher Johnson. An arrest warrant for rob
  • Ex-Trump Lawyer Cohen Pleads Guilty In Hush-Money Scheme

    NEW YORK (AP) — Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump’s former personal lawyer and “fixer,” pleaded guilty Tuesday to campaign-finance violations and other charges, saying he and Trump arranged the payment of hush money to porn star Stormy Daniels and a former Playboy model to influence the election.
    Cohen’s account appears to implicate Trump himself in a crime, though whether — or when — a president can be prosecuted remains a matter of legal dispute.
    T
  • Cohen Pleads Guilty To Charges Over Hush Money

    NEW YORK (AP) — Donald Trump’s former personal lawyer and “fixer” Michael Cohen, has pleaded guilty to charges including campaign finance fraud stemming from hush money payments to porn actress Stormy Daniels and ex-Playboy model Karen McDougal.
    The 51-year-old Cohen entered the plea in federal court in New York on Tuesday. The other charges involve bank fraud and income tax evasion.
    As part of his plea agreement, Cohen agreed not to challenge any sentence from 46 to
  • AP Sources: Cohen In Talks To Strike Plea Deal In Fraud Case

    NEW YORK (AP) — Two people familiar with the financial fraud investigation of Donald Trump’s former personal attorney, Michael Cohen, say his lawyers are in negotiations with prosecutors that could result in a plea deal, possibly within hours.
    The people say the lawyer could plead guilty in Manhattan federal court as early as Tuesday afternoon, if a deal is struck requiring cooperation with the government. The people spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the
  • Drake Visits Girl Needing Transplant Who Made ‘In My Feelings’ Video

    CHICAGO, Ill. (CBS Local) — Sofia Sanchez, an 11-year-old girl awaiting a heart transplant at Chicago’s Lurie Children’s Hospital, got a visit from her idol Drake after a video of her doing the #KiKiChallenge went viral.
    Sofia Sanchez from Downers Grove has been waiting for a new heart for several weeks, according to a YouTube post from Lurie Children’s Hospital. Sofia posted the video dancing with her cousin to Drake’s “In My Feelings,” showin
  • Social Media ‘Fire Challenge’ Leaves 12-Year-Old Girl Severely Burned

    (CBS 46) — A 12-year-old Detroit girl was hospitalized with severe burns after her mother said she participated in the so-called “fire challenge.”
    Timiyah Landers was hanging out with two friends at her house on Friday when she decided to mimic the challenge after learning about it on YouTube, WJKB-TV reports.
    The disturbing Internet trend involves people dousing themselves in rubbing alcohol, lighting themselves on fire, and then jumping into a tub or showe
  • The Baseball Report: Several Top Pitchers Struggling With Injuries

    Ryan Mayer
    The baseball season is a 162-game grind, and this late in the year, players throughout the league are dealing with injuries. Three teams in particular stand out because of who is hurt.
    First, the American League-leading Boston Red Sox were forced to put ace Chris Sale on the 10-day disabled list, retroactive to August 15th, with inflammation in his left shoulder. Sale has been his normal dominant self this season, posting a 12-4 record with a 1.97 ERA and 219 strikeouts in 146 innings
  • Plane Blows 2 Tires On Takeoff, Will Try Emergency Landing

    TETERBORO, N.J. (AP) — A plane that blew two tires during takeoff at a small New Jersey airport has been circling over Connecticut before what authorities say will be an attempt to make an emergency landing at an airport in Massachusetts.
    The Gulfstream IV jet was carrying 16 passengers when it left Teterboro Airport around 10:50 a.m. Tuesday. The pilot soon realized what had happened and began circling the airport for about 30 minutes before the jet was diverted.
    The jet was headed to Lon
  • CDC: Opioid Addiction Among Pregnant Women Skyrockets

    ATLANTA, Ga. (CBS Local) – A new report from the CDC reveals a troubling surge in opioid use among pregnant women. Researchers found that addiction among soon-to-be mothers is four times higher than it was 15 years ago.
    The CDC’s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report found that the number women diagnosed with opioid use disorder (OUD) around the time they went into labor quadrupled from 1999 to 2014. “Opioid use by pregnant women represents a significant public h
  • Anti-Trump Images Become Big Business For DC Projectionist

    WASHINGTON (AP) — In a city with a long tradition of leftist street activism, Robin Bell has become something of a D.C. celebrity.
    Every few weeks, Bell puts messages of protest on the side of the Trump International Hotel. He’s called President Donald Trump a pig and a racist, used smiling poop emojis, and taunted the president with images of his former lawyer, Michael Cohen.
    And it’s all legal. Bell doesn’t use paint or posters, but a projector, so there’s no prop
  • ‘Pitching Nun’ Shows Off ‘Nunbelievable’ Dance Moves

    CHICAGO, Ill. (CBS Local) – Sister Mary Jo Sobieck showed off her smooth moves at a Chicago White Sox Saturday, tossing a perfect strike in a ceremonial first pitch that quickly went viral. Now, the nun is showing off her dances moves.
    CBS Chicago caught up with the nun as she returned back to Marian Catholic High School to find out more about her love of baseball.
    “I teach theology to sophomores,” she said. “My mom loved baseball. She’s passed away.
  • State, County Police Combat Drag Racing On Md. Highways

    PIKESVILLE, Md. (WJZ) — Police in Maryland are hoping a targeted effort will help deter drag racing on two Maryland interstates.
    Maryland State Police and Baltimore County police officers joined forces to combat illegal street racing over the weekend along I-70 and I-695.
    Their efforts led to 65 traffic stops and three arrests of impaired drivers from Aug. 17 to Aug. 18.
    Two drivers were also cited for suspended licenses and two illegal street races were given multiple citations.
    Officers
  • Woman Indicted In Deaths Of 5-Year-Old Girl, Grandmother

    BALTIMORE CO., Md. (WJZ) — A driver who prosecutors say struck and killed a 5-year-old girl and her grandmother while impaired has been indicted on multiple charges.
    Callie Schwarzman, 22, was indicted by a grand jury Tuesday on two counts of automobile manslaughter and other charges as a result of the crash that killed Delaney Gaddis and Deborah Limmer in Timonium.
    Child, Grandmother Struck And Killed By Car In Baltimore County
    Schwarzman — who is suspected of being under
  • Woman Indicted In Death Of 5-Year-Old Girl, Grandmother

    BALTIMORE CO., Md. (WJZ) — A driver who prosecutors say struck and killed a 5-year-old girl and her grandmother while impaired has been indicted on multiple charges.
    Callie Schwarzman, 22, was indicted by a grand jury Tuesday on two counts of automobile manslaughter and other charges as a result of the crash that killed Delaney Gaddis and Deborah Limmer in Timonium.
    Child, Grandmother Struck And Killed By Car In Baltimore County
    Schwarzman — who is suspected of being drunk
  • Breeder Sues For Return Of 40 German Shepherds Taken In Raid

    POCOMOKE CITY, Md. (AP) — The owner of 40 German Shepherds seized by animal control officers in Maryland is suing to get them back.
    The Daily Times of Salisbury reports that breeder Linda Brown filed a lawsuit last week that asserts the 38 adult dogs and two puppies have been evaluated, and there’s no basis to keep holding them. Brown is also seeking $10,000 in damages.
    The dogs were removed from her kennel July 18 following a complaint about the health and conditions of the dog. Som
  • Lane Kiffin Surprises Walk-On With Scholarship After Lecture About Missing Yoga Class

    Ryan Mayer
    College football season is right around the corner, which means that programs everywhere are putting out videos on social media of some of their walk-on players receiving scholarships. Much like the trend of school commitment videos, this has led to more and more creative ways for coaches to surprise players with their scholarship.
    The latest example comes from Florida Atlantic head coach Lane Kiffin. While addressing his team after practice, he appeared to be lecturing running back G
  • EEOC: Stanley Black & Decker Rep Fired For Cancer Treatment

    TOWSON, Md. (AP) — An industrial manufacturer is accused of violating law by firing a Maryland-based sales representative who took medical leave for cancer treatment.
    The Daily Record reports that the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed the lawsuit against Stanley Black & Decker Inc. last week. The lawsuit says the company fired the woman for poor attendance, even though she exceeded sales goals and quotas.
    The EEOC says Stanley Black & Decker violated the Americans
  • Drake Surprises 11-Year-Old Girl Awaiting Heart Transplant At Chicago Hospital

    (CBSNEWS) — Eleven-year-old Sofia Sanchez is “in her feelings” about Drake, who made a surprise visit to the girl’s hospital room on Monday.
    Sanchez is awaiting a heart transplant at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago. She is diagnosed with cardiomyopathy, a condition that often leads to heart failure. Three weeks ago, Sanchez received open heart surgery and while she was recovering, she decided to do the “Kiki Challenge.” 
  • State Regulators Ask Baltimore Incinerator To Cut Emissions

    BALTIMORE (AP) — Maryland environmental regulators are asking Baltimore’s single largest source of industrial air pollution to cut nitrogen oxides omission by about one-fifth, as well as commission a study to determine if it can clean its exhaust more aggressively.
    The Baltimore Sun reports a regulation proposed Friday would require the Wheelabrator Baltimore incinerator to reduce emissions of the harmful pollutant by about 200 tons (181 metric tons) a year.
    The incinerator burns mos
  • Police: Impaired Driver Slams Into Home In Anne Arundel Co.

    HANOVER, Md. (WJZ) — A 28-year-old man has been charged with DUI after smashing into a Hanover home then driving off.
    Anne Arundel County Police officers responded to a hit-and-run crash in the 7600 block of Ridge Chapel Road just after 1:30 a.m. on Sunday.
    Officials say the car crashed into the front of a house, causing extensive damage to the front of the home. The driver, identified as Quentin Louis McClain, then fled from the scene.
    Officers searched the area and found McClain&rsq
  • Cage Free: Animal Crackers No Longer Behind Bars On New Packaging

    EAST HANOVER, N.J. (CBS Local/CBS Pittsburgh) – After more than a century behind bars, the beasts on boxes of animal crackers are roaming free.
    Mondelez International, the parent company of Nabisco, has redesigned the packaging of its Barnum’s Animals crackers in response to pressure from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals.
    PETA, which has been protesting the use of animals in circuses for more than 30 years, wrote a letter to Mondelez in the spring 
  • Orioles Agree To Terms With 16-Year-Old OF From Dominican

    BALTIMORE (AP) — The Baltimore Orioles have agreed to terms with outfielder Isaac Bellony, a 16-year-old from the Dominican Republic.
    It’s a rare foray into the international market for the Orioles, who own the worst record in the majors and are in full rebuilding mode.
    Born in the U.S. Virgin Islands, Bellony will receive a $220,000 signing bonus.
    Executive Vice President of Baseball Operations Dan Duquette describes Bellony as “a switch-hitting center fielder with power, spee
  • Taiwan Shop Sculpts Realistic ‘Puppies’ Out Of Ice Cream

    KAOHSIUNG, Taiwan (CBSLA) — A restaurant in Taiwan is turning a lot of heads after adding “puppies” to its menu. The tiny, lifelike dogs are sculpted out of ice cream!
    The Shar-Pei pups at J.C. Co Art Kitchen in Kaohsiung look almost too real to eat. They’re molded out of chocolate, milk tea or peanut-flavored ice cream, and it takes about five hours to make just one.
    The ice cream is first scooped into a mold and left in a freezer
  • Ravens Crash Luck’s Homecoming With 20-19 Preseason Win

    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The Baltimore Ravens spoiled Andrew Luck’s Indianapolis homecoming.
    They picked him off before allowing a completion, and Terrell Suggs nearly chopped the ball out of Luck’s hands on a sack. The Ravens then secured a 20-19 preseason win over the Colts by stopping a late 2-point conversion run.
    Luck was just OK in his first home start since Jan. 1, 2017. But he did receive a roaring ovation from the crowd when he took the field, led the Colts to one score and
  • S.C. Elementary School Uses Drake’s ‘In My Feelings’ To Promote Reading

    WAGENGER, SC (WJZ) — An elementary school in South Carolina used the summer’s biggest dance challenge to help encourage students to learn on their first day back.
    A bulletin board at Busbee Elementary depicts an image of Drake and riffs off the lyrics from his hit song “In My Feelings.”
    “Kiki, are you reading? Are you writing? Are you down with knowledge? cause I need ya and I want ya to go to college,” the bulletin board reads.
    Great first day back at #Busbee
  • ‘The Hills’ Are Returning To MTV

    (CNN) — Apparently, the rest will no longer be unwritten.
    During Monday’s MTV Video Music Awards, the network announced “The Hills” will be returning to MTV in 2019 with a slightly new name: “The Hills: New Beginnings.”
    Details on the reality series are still under wraps, but Heidi Montag, Spencer Pratt, Audrina Patridge, Justin Bobby, Frankie Delgado and Stephanie Pratt were all seen at the VMAs.
    Noticeably absent were several of the show’s original cas
  • Woman Rescued 10 Hours After Falling Off Cruise Ship

    (CNN) — A British woman was saved by the Croatian Coast Guard after spending what she said was close to 10 hours treading water overnight in the Adriatic Sea after falling off a cruise ship.
    Kay Longstaff spoke to Croatian news outlet HRT shortly after arriving back on land.
    “I fell off the back of the Norwegian Star,” said the woman, who lives in Spain, according to her Twitter account. “I was in the water for 10 hours, so these wonderful guys rescued me. I’m very
  • MTV VMAs 2018: See The Complete List Of Winners

    (CNN) — The moon people have landed.
    MTV Video Music Awards took place Monday and that means a slew of artists walked away from the night with the show’s iconic statue — which underwent a name change last year — in hand.
    Check out the winners in the list below.
    VIDEO OF THE YEAR
    Ariana Grande — “No Tears Left to Cry”
    Bruno Mars ft. Cardi B — “Finesse (Remix)”
    Camila Cabello ft. Young Thug — “Havana” *WINNER
    The Carters
  • Mollie Tibbetts, Missing Iowa College Student, Found Dead

    BROOKLYN, Iowa (CBS) — CBS News has learned that Iowa college student Mollie Tibbetts has been found dead, just over a month after she was reported missing.
    The 20-year-old was last seen July 18, jogging near her home in the central Iowa town of Brooklyn.
    This undated photo released by the Iowa Department of Criminal Investigation shows Mollie Tibbetts, a University of Iowa student who was reported missing from her hometown in the eastern Iowa city of Brooklyn on Thursday, July 19, 20
  • Madonna Called Out For Paying Tribute To Aretha Franklin With Story About Herself

     (CNN) — Madonna’s attempt to pay tribute to Aretha Franklin on MTV’s Video Music Awards has some viewers calling out the singer for d-i-s-r-e-s-p-e-c-t.
    Madonna appeared at the VMAs on Monday to present the award for video of the year and honor Franklin, who died last week after a battle with pancreatic cancer. Her so-called tribute, however, left viewers scratching their heads, with some saying her speech was as much an appreciation of herself as it was to the Queen of S
  • 16-Year-Old Arrested For Attempted Armed Robbery

    ABERDEEN, Md. (WJZ) — Aberdeen Police arrested a 16-year-old for an attempted armed robbery of a cab driver Monday.
    Police say they responded to the unit block of Aberdeen Avenue at approximately 12:45 a.m. It was there that they met with a male victim, 52, who works for a local cab company. The victim told officers he was dispatched to the location to pick up a patron. He said the subject immediately demanded money and pointed an object at the victim that he believed to be a pistol.
    The v
  • Animal Crackers Break Out Of Their Cages

    (AP) — After more than a century behind bars, the beasts on boxes of animal crackers are roaming free.
    Mondelez International, the parent company of Nabisco, has redesigned the packaging of its Barnum’s Animals crackers after relenting to pressure from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals.
    PETA, which has been protesting the use of animals in circuses for more than 30 years, wrote a letter to Mondelez in the spring of 2016 calling for a redesign.
    “Given the egregious cru
  • Weather Blog: Thunderstorms Tonight, Sun Tomorrow

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — As you know we are now coming on the air at 4:30 A.M. And with those monochromatic skies yesterday afternoon it was a real struggle to stay awake after work. This morning we were all discussing it. Gibala fessed up to a three hour nap. Personally I did everything I could to not nap,..on this shift, (for me), a nap is bad. I never quite come out of them. I gardened, walked the dog, in general just kept busy. One of our crew describes working this shift as “deali
  • U.S. Deports Former Nazi Camp Guard, 95, To Germany

    NEW YORK — The last Nazi war crimes suspect facing deportation from the U.S. was taken from his New York City home and spirited early Tuesday morning to Germany, the White House said Tuesday.
    The deportation of the 95-year-old former concentration camp guard, Jakiw Palij, came 25 years after investigators first confronted him about his World War II past and he admitted lying to get into the U.S., claiming he spent the war as a farmer and factory worker.
    Palij lived quietly in the U.S.

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