• Trump Says US Is Ending Decades-Old Nuclear Arms Treaty With Russia

    (CNN) — President Donald Trump announced Saturday that the US is pulling out of the landmark Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty with Russia, a decades-old agreement that has drawn the ire of the President.
    “Russia has violated the agreement. They’ve been violating it for many years,” Trump told reporters before boarding Air Force One to leave Nevada following a campaign rally.
    “And I don’t know why President Obama didn’t negotiate or pull out. And
  • Trump Says GOP Working On Tax Plan For Middle Class

    (CNN) — Republicans are looking into implementing an additional tax break for middle-income Americans ahead of the midterm elections, President Donald Trump said on Saturday.
    Speaking to reporters after a campaign rally in Elko, Nevada, Trump said Republicans Rep. Kevin Brady of Texas and House Speaker Paul Ryan of Wisconsin are working on developing a “major tax cut for middle-income people” in the coming weeks.
    “If we do that, it will be sometime just prior, I would say
  • Saints Scratch Left Guard Peat V. Ravens Ahead Of Sunday’s Game

    METAIRIE, La. (AP) — Saints coach Sean Payton says there is a “very realistic” possibility of injured receiver Ted Ginn Jr. playing again this season.
    Meanwhile, New Orleans has ruled out left guard Andrus Peat and listed right guard Larry Warford as questionable for Sunday’s game at Baltimore.Peat has missed practice this week with a head injury, while Warford has been hampered by back soreness.
    Ginn was placed on injured reserve on Thursday because of a nagging knee inj
  • Police Seek Identity Of ‘Confused Woman’ Seen Walking Down Reisterstown Road

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baltimore police are looking to identify what they describe as a confused woman walking down Reisterstown Road on Saturday.
    Police say they saw the woman and observed that she could not remember her name or address.
    She gave an address to a vacant home in Southeast Baltimore.
    Anyone with information regarding the identify of this woman is urged to contact Baltimore Police Department officers at the Northwest District. You can reach the Northwest District at, 410-396-2466
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  • Jamal Khashoggi Died In Fistfight At Istanbul Consulate, Saudi Arabia Claims

    (CNN) — Saudi Arabia has admitted the death of missing Saudi journalist and Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi, claiming he died in a fistfight involving more than a dozen Saudi officials at the country’s consulate in Istanbul.
    After 18 days in which it insisted it had no involvement in the journalist’s disappearance, Riyadh asserted that Khashoggi died as a result of the altercation after he had come to the consulate to obtain paperwork needed for his forthcoming weddin
  • Maryland Teen Charged With Threatening Mass Violence

    BALTIMORE (AP) — Authorities say a Maryland teenager has been arrested and charged with threatening mass violence.
    Montgomery County police have identified the teen as Luis Amilcar Cabrera, a former student of Bethesda’s Walter Johnson High School. He’s 18 and was being held without bond.
    A Saturday police statement says Cabrera posted a photo on social media showing him holding an AR-15 rifle with the words:
    “School shooter.” Police say several students have also
  • UMD Board Of Regents To Hold Tuesday Meeting To Discuss Football Program Report

    BALTIMORE (AP) — The University of Maryland’s board of regents will hold a special meeting next week to discuss the results of an independent commission’s probe into the culture of the football program.
    New Report On UMD Football Program Looms, Loh Has ‘No Comment’ On Durkin
    It’s the latest independent examination following the June heatstroke death of University of Maryland football player Jordan McNair. Another recent investigation has determined that traine
  • Md. Man Fatally Hit By Car While Changing Tire, Possible DUI Crash

    OXON HILL, Md. (AP) — State troopers in Maryland are investigating the death of a man in a possible driving-under-the-influence crash in Prince George’s County.
    The dead man has been identified as Samuel Brown, a 51-year-old resident of Clinton, Maryland. He was apparently changing a tire on a Jeep Cherokee at the side of a highway when he was struck by a sports utility vehicle.
    The motorist who police say fatally hit him has been identified as a 29-year-old man from Temple Hills. He
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  • Mega Millions Jackpot Now The Biggest In History

    BALTIMORE, MD (WJZ)– The Mega Millions Jackpot has now reached a new world record.
    With no jackpot winner in Friday night’s drawing, the jackpot for the next drawing on Tuesday October 23rd carries an estimated annuity value of $1.6 billion.  The estimated cash option is nearly $905 million.
    At $1.6 billion, Tuesday’s Mega Millions drawing slips past the $1.586 billion Powerball drawing on January 13th, 2016, to become the largest jackpot in history.
    The previous record Me
  • BPD Investigating Series Of KKK Flyers

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baltimore police are investigating another series of flyers encouraging white residents to join the KKK.
    The flyers were found Friday morning in South Baltimore’s Riverside community.
    According to our media partner the Baltimore Sun, the flyers lined the sidewalks on the 1500 block of Belt Street and were found on other nearby streets Friday morning.
    It’s at least the second time this month KKK propaganda was distributed in the South Baltimore neighborhood.
  • BPD Investigating KKK Flyers Found In South Baltimore

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baltimore police are investigating another series of flyers encouraging white residents to join the KKK.
    The flyers were found Friday morning in South Baltimore’s Riverside community.
    According to our media partner the Baltimore Sun, the flyers lined the sidewalks on the 1500 block of Belt Street and were found on other nearby streets Friday morning.
    It’s at least the second time this month KKK propaganda was distributed in the South Baltimore neighborhood.
  • Congressional Democrats: Admin Emails Show Trump Personally Intervened To Keep FBI Headquarters Downtown

    FALLS CHURCH, Va. (AP) – Congressional Democrats say administration emails show President Donald Trump intervened personally to keep FBI headquarters in downtown Washington rather than relocate it to the suburbs as had been planned.
    The letter from Democratic lawmakers on the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform says Trump’s direct involvement presents a conflict of interest.
    Trump owns a hotel across the street from FBI headquarters that could face competition if the l
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  • Police Looking For 4 Suspects After Uber Driver Is Carjacked In Montgomery County

    MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Md. (WJZ) — Police are investigating a carjacking involving an Uber driver Friday night.
    According to Montgomery County police, at around 5:17 p.m., a 25-year-old Uber driver picked up four young men suspects, ages unknown at this time, in the 11300 block of Cushman Road.
    While driving, driver is ordered at gunpoint to stop the car and get out.
    Carjacking cont.: 4 young blk male suspects, 2 armed with handguns. Picked up by Uber driver in the 11300 blk of Cushman Rd
  • Dorothy Ruby Slippers Back Home At National Museum Of American History

    WASHINGTON (WJZ) — There’s no place like home, and Dorothy’s ruby slippers are headed back to theirs- a display case at the National Museum of American History.
    The iconic shoes were back on display starting Friday, and they will be joined by the scarecrow’s hat for a few months.
    They have been hanging out in the museum’s conservation lab, getting cleaned up.
    It was an expensive revamp- made possible by thousands of people who donated their own money to make it happ
  • Judge Sets Manafort’s Sentencing Date For February

    ALEXANDRIA, Va. (AP) – Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort has a February sentencing date on fraud charges after appearing in a Virginia courtroom in a green jail jumpsuit and a wheelchair for a post-trial hearing.
    A judge on Friday set Feb. 8 for sentencing of Manafort, who was convicted of tax and bank fraud charges.
    As expected, the judge also dismissed 10 remaining counts against Manafort that had deadlocked the jury at his trial earlier this year.
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  • Five Dogs Seized After Attack On Rockville Pet Owner And Her Dog

    ROCKVILLE, Md. (WJZ) — Five dogs are seized by Animal Services after a report of an animal attack to a pet owner and her dog Friday.
    Montgomery County district one police officers and Animal Services officers responded to an animal attack in progress at around 5 p.m. Thursday in the 12700 block of Robindale Drive in Rockville, Md.
    The responding officers found a 28-year-old woman suffering from a wound to her lower left leg.
    Her dog, Addie, an approximately 7-year-old Foxhound was bleeding
  • BPD Investigating Shooting That Occurred During A Robbery

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A man is suffering a gunshot wound to the chin after what police learned was a shooting during a robbery Friday evening.
    Officers were dispatched to the 500 block of Pontiac Avenue to investigate a reported shooting at around 5:51 p.m.
    When they arrived they found the man with the gunshot wound to his chin.
    Anyone with information is urged to contact Baltimore Police Department’s Citywide Shooting detectives, at 410-396-2221.
    Those who wish to remain anonymous
  • August Was Record For Cars For Port Of Baltimore

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A record-setting month for vehicles is broken for the Port of Baltimore in August.
    Officials say state-owned marine terminals handled just over 65,000 cars and light trucks that month.
    That number beats the previous record set back in May by more than 4,000.
    Among the nation’s ports, officials say the Port of Baltimore ranks first for handling cars and light trucks.
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  • Virginia Man Dies After Trying To Stop Sex Assault

    ARLINGTON, Va. (AP) — Police in Virginia say a man is dead after he tried to stop a sexual assault.
    Arlington County Police said in a statement Friday that officers were dispatched to George Mason Drive in response to multiple 911 calls Thursday night.
    Police say 27-year-old Michael Nash physically and sexually assaulted a female victim he was walking with.
    When 54-year-old Patricio Salazar of Arlington tried to intervene, police say Nash assaulted him, leaving him unconscious. Salazar wa
  • NFL Picks – Week 7: Chiefs Bounce Back With Shootout Win Over Bengals

    Ryan Mayer
    After a thrilling Sunday night battle last week, both the New England Patriots and Kansas City Chiefs have tough matchups facing them in Week 7. For the Patriots, they travel to Chicago to face a Bears defense that ranks first in Football Outsiders’ DVOA metric (that’s Defense-adjusted Value Over Average). A lot of the credit there will be given to Khalil Mack for the impact he has had rushing the passer, racking up five sacks, four forced fumbles and an interception retur
  • Baltimore Mayor: Decision Not Made For Police Commissioner

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh said Friday that no decision has been made for the police commissioner job opening.
    In a presser held Friday afternoon, Pugh said she had already said the decision would be made by the end of the month.
    “I’m not revealing names of where we are in terms of the finalists, I promised early on that a decision would be made by the end of October, a decision will be made by the end of October we are vetting candidates, I am excited abo
  • Stream #1 Alabama Vs. Tennessee

    The #1 Alabama Crimson Tide head to Knoxville to face the Tennessee Volunteers in an important SEC matchup.
  • Chimes Foundation Opening For The Beach Boys At Annual Gala Saturday

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — For more than 70 years, the “Chimes Foundation” has been enriching the lives of people with disabilities.
    Saturday night, they have their annual fundraiser, starring The Beach Boys.
    “I feel like God has given me a gift, using my voice for singing,” said Rina, a choir member.
    The choir is part of “Chimes” day-hab program. It offers clients a chance to get out and be of service.
    “For this group that includes singing to other folks i
  • Rainy Weather Hurts Maryland’s Pumpkin Supply

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — It takes sunny, dry weather to grow pumpkins.
    So it’s no surprise that after a very rainy summer — Maryland ended up with soggy pumpkins.
    According to pumpkin grower Steve Weber, “There’s just too much water in the pumpkin, some of them you can hear it sloshing around. Just too much water.”
    Weber couldn’t grow enough to stock his Parkville store. So he’s shipping in pumpkins from the Midwest to meet demand.
    He’s far from alo
  • Cowboys-Redskins Week 7 Matchup

    By Norm Elrod
    As Super Bowl champions, the Philadelphia Eagles were the obvious favorites to represent the NFC again come January. It’s not quite working out that way, at least not yet.
    The Washington Redskins sit atop the NFC East at 3-2. That’s right, the same Washington Redskins that feature Alex Smith, an older version of the quarterback they let get away, and Adrian Peterson, an older version of every NFL running back not named Frank Gore. The Dallas Cowboys, their opponent this
  • New Report To Detail Alleged Toxic Culture In UMD’s Football Program

    HAGERSTOWN, Md. (WJZ) — As the public awaits to see the results of an independent report into the alleged toxic culture within University of Maryland’s football program, university president Wallace Loh has a tough decision to make about head coach DJ Durkin.
    Durkin is accused of running his team with “fear and intimidation” in the wake of University of Maryland football player Jordan McNair’s death.
    The eight-member panel including former Gov. Bob Ehrlich
  • New Report On UMD Football Program Looms, Loh Has ‘No Comment’ On Durkin

    HAGERSTOWN, Md. (WJZ) — As the public awaits to see the results of an independent report into the alleged toxic culture within University of Maryland’s football program, university president Wallace Loh has a tough decision to make about head coach DJ Durkin.
    Durkin is accused of running his team with “fear and intimidation” in the wake of University of Maryland football player Jordan McNair’s death.
    The eight-member panel including former Gov. Bob Ehrlich
  • Ravens To Partner With Horseshoe Casino

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — While the countdown is on to Sunday’s big matchup with the Saints, the Ravens made some early noise Friday.
    The Ravens and Horseshoe casino announced the first ever official partnership between the two, one of the only of its kind in the entire NFL.
    The move brings together the two anchors of Baltimore’s developing entertainment in the southern district.
    “When you look at his economic area in Baltimore, the ability for us to put together this partnership
  • 3 Women Join Lawsuit Over Alleged UMBC Sex-Assault Cover-Up

    CATONSVILLE, Md. (AP) — Three more women have joined a class-action lawsuit accusing prosecutors, detectives and university officials of covering up sexual assault complaints at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
    The Baltimore Sun reports the lawsuit also added new defendants, including UMBC President Freeman Hrabowski III.
    One new plaintiff says she was raped by four UMBC basketball players in 2014. Two were later expelled, but county authorities determined there wasn’t e
  • Md. Man Sentenced For Scheme To Steal, Sell Chicken Parts To Black Market

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Lamar Tiquon Greene, 39, of Easton, Md., was sentenced Friday to seven months in federal prison for interstate transportation of stolen chicken parts.
    Co-defendants Clifton A. Seeney, 58, of Millsboro, DE., and Dondrey Tamount Copper, 43, of Easton, were sentenced October 16 for the same charge.
    According to their plea agreements, Seeney was a commercial truck driver who worked for a company that was contracted to move pallets of frozen, processed chicken parts from a com
  • Baltimore Man Pleads Guilty For Attempting To Rob Undercover ATF Special Agents

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A second man pleaded guilty in a case involving an assault on two undercover ATF Special Agents Thursday.
    Donte Smith, 33, of Baltimore, pleaded guilty Friday to assault of a federal officer and brandishing a firearm in the course of a crime of violence, in connection with the May 26, 2017, assault on two undercover Special Agents with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.
    According to Smith’s plea agreement, on May 26, 2017, during an ATF underco
  • VIDEO: Firefighters Battle Large Fire In Baltimore County

    OVERLEA, Md. (WJZ) — Baltimore County and Baltimore City firefighters are on scene of a building fire in Overlea.
    According to a tweet, the fire is in the 6900 block of Belair Road.Update: DWELLING FIRE//6905 Belair Rd//No rescues//crews still working to extinguish fire^NT pic.twitter.com/wQ1zKaK6SB
    — Baltimore County Fire Department (@BaltCoFire) October 19, 2018The firefighters at one point had to evacuate the building.
    Belair Road is shut down in both directions at Taylor Avenue.
  • Police Investigating Baltimore County Home Invasion

    MONKTON, Md. (WJZ) — Baltimore County police are investigating a home invasion in Monkton.
    Robbers broke into a home in the 14900 block of Dunstan Lane and had to restrain an elderly man, police said.
    The robbers reportedly stole property and then fled.
    Police say the victim was targeted, but is not injured.
    Authorities did not say how many suspects were involved and no suspect description was released.
    This story is developing and will be updated. 
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  • How Concerned Should MLB Be About Declining LCS Ratings?

    Ryan Mayer
    Baseball’s league championship series in both league’s have provided plenty of late-game controversy and heroics. In the NLCS, Dodgers shortstop Manny Machado was accused of being a “dirty player” by members of the Brewers after stepping on first baseman Jesus Aguilar’s foot in Game 4. Over in the A.L., the Astros and their fans were upset over a fan interference call that took away a potential two-run homer from Jose Altuve. However, that drama hasn&rsqu
  • Maryland Asks Supreme Court To Uphold Law On Drug Pricing

    ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh petitioned the U.S. Supreme Court on Friday to uphold a first-in-the-nation law against pharmaceutical price gouging.
    The Maryland law, which was struck down by a federal appeals court panel this year, enabled the state’s attorney general to sue makers of off-patent or generic drugs for price increases that state officials considered “unconscionable.” That was defined as an excessive increase, unjustified by the
  • Capital Gazette Editor Wins Editor Of The Year Award

    ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — The editor of a Maryland newspaper where five people were killed in a mass shooting in June has won the Benjamin C. Bradlee Editor of the Year Award.
    The National Press Foundation announced the award Friday to Rick Hutzell, editor of Capital Gazette Communications in Annapolis, Maryland.
    “We saw courage in the face of unimaginable tragedy in the Capital Gazette editor and his staff,” NPF judges said in announcing the award. “As pledged, they put out
  • Get Tickets To ‘Hamilton’ At Baltimore’s Hippodrome

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — “Hamilton”, the musical, is coming to Baltimore.
    “Hamilton” comes to The Hippodrome starting June 25, 2019 through July 21, 2019.
    Tickets start at $325 and go up to $1,848.
    You can buy tickets here.
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  • WNBA Star Brittney Griner Airs Grievances With League Salaries On Instagram

    Ryan Mayer
    Thursday, the president of the NBA’s G-League, Malcolm Turner, told ESPN that the league will begin offering “Select Contracts” worth $125,000 to elite high school prospects as an alternative to college basketball beginning in the summer of 2019.
    The news was well received by most as another option for high school athletes who aren’t yet eligible to play basketball and earn money at the same time. WNBA star Brittney Griner was among those happy for the guys, bu
  • Fantasy Football Week 7: Start Tarik Cohen, Sit Jordan Howard Against Patriots

    Ryan Mayer
    At this point of the NFL season, teams have begun to show the patterns in usage rates for guys that find themselves in crowded position groups. In Chicago, the Bears and head coach Matt Nagy, have started to rely more heavily on all-purpose back Tarik Cohen over punishing runner Jordan Howard. Howard’s yards per carry average is a paltry 3.5 while Cohen is at 5.3 and offers more versatility as a pass catcher.
    In Detroit, Matt Stafford seems to have developed a high level of chem
  • Man Arrested After Ramming Airport Shuttle, Leading Police On Chase

    GLEN BURNIE, Md. (WJZ) — Maryland State Police arrested a man early Friday after he lead them on a police chase through Anne Arundel County after allegedly ramming an airport shuttle bus.
    According to state police, around 2:45 a.m. troopers responded to a call from a passenger that said a shuttle bus was being rammed by a man in a van.
    That driver was also suspected of waving a gun at a vehicle along I-295 south at West Nursery Road.
    Troopers found the vehicle along I-295 south at I-195 ea
  • Not Exercising Worse For Your Health Than Smoking, Diabetes And Heart Disease, Study Reveals

    (CNN) — We’ve all heard exercise helps you live longer. But a new study goes one step further, finding that a sedentary lifestyle is worse for your health than smoking, diabetes and heart disease.
    Dr. Wael Jaber, a cardiologist at the Cleveland Clinic and senior author of the study, called the results “extremely surprising.”
    “Being unfit on a treadmill or in an exercise stress test has a worse prognosis, as far as death, than being hypertensive, being diabetic or be
  • If You Win The $1 Billion Mega Millions Jackpot, You Could Be Worth Almost Two Taylor Swifts

     (CNN) — All week, the climbing Mega Millions and Powerball jackpots have been awakening the frivolous dreamers inside of us. Come on, who could resist entertaining some “what ifs” when the money at stake is over a billion dollars?
    To recap, no one’s won the big Powerball or Mega Millions payout for a long time, so now the jackpots are sinfully high. The Powerball pot is $430 million, and the top Mega Millions prize is a cool Dr. Evil-approved $1 billion. That makes
  • SportsLine’s Top Weekend Picks: Cowboys And Redskins For NFC East Lead

    North Carolina State Wolfpack @ Clemson TigersSaturday, October 20, 2018, 3:30 ET
    CLEMSON -16.5
    The Wolfpack enter this game with a record of 5-0, and while they’re a good team, they aren’t as good as their ranking or record suggests. They’ve just benefitted from a friendly schedule. There’s a reason this spread is as large as it is despite the fact both teams are unbeaten and ranked, and the truth is the spread should be another point or two larger.
    SportsLine Expert: To
  • Vigil For 7-Year-Old Natasha Newman; Girl Struck, Killed Outside School

    ESSEX, Md. (WJZ) — A vigil will be held Friday night to honor the life of a 7-year-old girl struck and killed outside a school Thursday.
    The candle light vigil in memory of Natasha Newman will be held at Sandalwood Elementary at 6 p.m.
    7-Year-Old Dead After Being Struck By Vehicle Outside Essex School
    Vigil tonight at 6 for Natasha. She’s the 7-year-old who was struck and killed yesterday as she walked home from school. @wjz pic.twitter.com/kwhdbpTJ6W
    — Avajoye Burnett (@Avajoy
  • PAW Patrol Trick-or-Treat For Kids At Target

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Celebrate Halloween a little early with a PAW Patrol-theme trick-or-treat at your area Target.
    According to Target’s website, the trick-or-treat will be held on Saturday, Oct. 27 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
    “Come in costume and trick-or-trick your way through the store, plus watch an exclusive episode of PAW Patrol,” Target said on their website.
    The event is while supplies last and there are no rain checks.
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  • Parents Arrested After Riding Moped With 5-Month-Old Baby

    SPOTSYLVANIA COURTHOUSE, Va. (AP) — Two parents seen riding on a moped with a 5-month-old child in Virginia have been arrested.
    A Spotsylvania County Sheriff’s Office release says 26-year old Cane Hartwick Jr. and passenger 24-year old Athena Colon were seen with the child positioned between them on the moped as they traveled.
    Athena Colon and Cane Hartwick (PHOTO: Spotsylvania County Sheriff’s Office)
    Authorities say the emergency communications center began receiving multiple
  • Trooper Stops Speeding, Armed Man On Route 29; Finds Another Loaded Handgun, Ammunition

    COLUMBIA, Md. (WJZ) — A Maryland State Police trooper stopped an allegedly armed man that police say was speeding down route 29 in Maryland Thursday afternoon.
    The state trooper saw a speeding Honda Civic along Route 29 in Columbia just south of Route 108 around 3:30 p.m. while patrolling the area.
    The car was going 92 mph in a 55 mph zone.
    The trooped pulled the driver over near Route 175.
    When the trooper approached the vehicle, the trooper could see a handgun and a box of shotgun a
  • Reports: Fort Worth Chief Offered Baltimore’s Top Cop

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Fort Worth, Texas police chief could be Baltimore’s next police commissioner job, according to reports coming out of Dallas.
    Chief Joel Fitzgerald was offered the job, according to our sister station CBSDFW.
    But, Fort Worth’s Mayor Betsy Price told media outlets Friday that Fitzgerald is taking the job.
    Baltimore officials, however, are not confirming the information. They only say that the process is underway and no decision has been made.
    Fitzgerald is c
  • Prepared Salad Recalled At Walmart, Whole Foods & Trader Joe’s

    (CBS News/CBS Local)– Possibly contaminated corn is behind a slew of recalls involving prepared salads sold by major retailers including Walmart, Whole Foods and Trader Joe’s.
    GHSE, a Green Cove Springs, Florida company, is recalling 738 pounds of ready-to-eat salads that contain corn that may be contaminated with salmonella and listeria monocytogenes, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service said late Wednesday.
    No illnesses have been report
  • You May See Shooting Stars This Weekend

    (CBS Local)– Stargazers are awaiting this October’s “out of this world” show… the Orionid meteor shower!
    The Orionids will peak late Sunday night into early Monday morning across the Baltimore region. The vaporizing bits of comet ice and dust originate from Halley’s Comet and are named after the direction from which they appear to radiate (the constellation Orion).While mostly clear and dry conditions are expected in the Delaware Valley Sunday night and Monda

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