• Sexual Assault Suspect Found Dead in Pocomoke City

    BALTIMORE (WJZ)– Pocomoke City Police discovered a suspect connected to sexual assaults dead on his apartment bed Thursday.
    Around 2 p.m. officers attempted to locate Christopher Wayne Cuono, 44, at the New Town apartments, on active warrants out of Accomack County, Virginia.
    The warrants were for sexual assaults that Cuono allegedly committed in Virginia.
    Police entered the suspect’s apartment and encountered a locked bedroom door. They could see Cuono lying on his back in
  • Dangerous ‘Flame Jetting’ Phenomenon Kills Hundreds Every Year

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — It’s a phenomenon that turns everyday items into dangerous, even deadly, flamethrowers. It’s called “flame jetting.”
    Each year, more than 4,000 people are badly burned when flames from commonly used items suddenly explode, shooting fire several feet through the air.
    It can happen with flammable liquids, like the gasoline you use for your lawnmower, fireplace fuels, and even liquor.
    When the containers get near an open flame, the fumes can ignite, e
  • Orioles Radio Recap: Orioles Can’t Hold Another Big Lead

    Monday night the Orioles looked to keep the positive momentum going after a big weekend series win over the Blue Jays, but it was not meant to be as they fell 14-7 to the Minnesota Twins. Hear all the action from tonight’s game including another big night from the Orioles offense and an interview with Greg Bader, who will preview the celebration of the 25th anniversary of Camden Yards on the Orioles Radio Recap!
    As always we will hear Buck Showalter’s post game thoughts and comments!
  • Bowie State Holds Vigil In Memory Of Killed Student Lt. Richard Collins

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Hundreds of people packed the auditorium at Bowie State University on Monday night to remember Richard Collins III. Friends say this world lost a courageous soul, just commissioned to serve in the army.
    One day before what was should have been his graduation celebration, Bowie State University is grieving for Richard Collins III. Collins was a new army lieutenant, commissioned just last week, even his commanding officer broke down in tears.
    Richard Collins III was a
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  • Kepler Leads Twins’ To A 14-7 Win Over Orioles

    BALTIMORE (AP) — Max Kepler homered and drove in four runs, Miguel Sano and Jorge Polanco each had a career-high four hits and the Minnesota Twins roared back to beat the Baltimore Orioles 14-7 Monday night.
    Minnesota trailed 5-0 in the second inning and 6-2 entering the fifth before cranking up the offense against Ubaldo Jimenez and an ineffective Baltimore bullpen.
    A two-run double by Kepler helped the Twins knot the score in the fifth, Minnesota sent 11 batters to the plate in a six-run
  • Judge Orders More Study On Ridership Impact Of Purple Line

    WASHINGTON (AP) — A federal judge dealt another blow to the proposed purple line light-rail project in D.C.’s Maryland suburbs.
    The judge on Monday ordered more studies on the possible effect of declining subway ridership.
    The judge’s order puts construction of the 16-mile line on hold. Work has been delayed 7 months because of a federal suit filed by opponents of the line to connect Montgomery and Prince George’s counties.
    The Washington Post reports that Maryland offici
  • Program Trains Next Generation Of Maritime Workers

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The port of Baltimore is one of the largest of its kind in the country. Fourteen thousand people owe their livelihoods to coming and going of ships at our docks.
    To work at the port you need special training and certification, and that can be hard to get. With the thousands of people working at the port, it’s a workforce that is getting older.
    But now, within sight of the port in Cherry Hill. The New Era Academy is the only public high school teaching the maritime t
  • Adam Jones Now Holds Record For Most Home Runs At OPACY

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Orioles’ Adam Jones hit his 125th home run at Oriole Park at Camden Yards, now holding the record for the most home runs in ballpark history.
    Jones surpassed the record previously held by Rafael Palmeiro on the ballpark’s all-time home run list.
    His 125th home run landed during the celebratory 25th anniversary season.Simply the best. @SimplyAJ10's 3-run shot in the 2nd was his 125th home run at Oriole Park, the most by any player. #StayHungry #VoteAdam pi
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  • Manchester Police: 19 Dead From Ariana Grande Concert Explosion

    LONDON (WJZ/AP) — Greater Manchester Police confirm 19 people have died following an explosion Monday night at an Ariana Grande concert in northern England.
    The singer was not injured, according to a representative. However, police say there are 50 other people injured from the explosion.Latest statement on incident at Manchester Arena pic.twitter.com/BEpLOan3dY
    — G M Police (@gmpolice) May 23, 2017
    Authorities say it is “being treated as a terrorist incident” until
  • Tradition Continued: Herndon Monument Climb For Class Of 2020

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A continued tradition at the U.S. Naval Academy as the plebes, or freshmen, climb the Herndon Monument to officially become midshipmen.
    On Monday, the freshman class at the U.S. Naval Academy joined as one to remove and replace a hat from a lard-covered monument.
    This is a tradition that doesn’t disappoint, nor wrap up quickly.
    This is the gateway for the freshmen, or plebes, as they officially become midshipmen.
    Herndon Monument sat covered in vegetable shorte
  • Police Employee Suspended Over ‘Inappropriate Facebook Post’ Following UMD Murder

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A Maryland police department civilian employee has been suspended after making an “inappropriate Facebook post” that “appeared to be racially motivated,” following the deadly stabbing of a Bowie State University student at the University of Maryland.
    Welby Burgone works for the Anne Arundel County Police Department, in their communications section, and was a former police academy recruit.
    The police department was made aware of Burgone&rs
  • Ex-Raven Matt Elam Arrested Again

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Former Baltimore Raven Matt Elam has been arrested for the second time this year, this time for an alleged fight with his girlfriend.
    According to the Palm Beach Post, Elam was arrested and booked into jail on charges of larceny between $300 and $5,000, and battery.
    Elam reportedly went to his girlfriend’s home, and the two fought over a cell phone.
    He was arrested on drug charges in Miami back in February after police report finding drugs in his vehicle.
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  • MD SPCA Puppy Loses Battle With Parvo

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A puppy WJZ recently reported was fighting a deadly disease called parvo, has died.
    RELATED: The Phrase Dog Owners Never Want To Hear: ‘Your Pet Has Parvo’
    Maryland SPCA spokeswoman Tina Regester says “little Luca lost his battle with parvo. We’re just devastated for him.”
    The Maryland SPCA released the following statement:
    “It is with heavy hearts that we share the news of nine-week-old Luca’s passing. Despite the
  • Police: Mom Killed 2 Kids To Save Them From Evil In World

    DAYTON, Ohio (AP) — Police in Ohio say a woman told them she fatally shot her two children to save them from the world’s evils.
    The Dayton Daily News reports that Dayton police Detective Rod Roberts wrote in court documents that police interviewed Claudena Helton after the May 18 shooting. Her 8-year-old daughter Khmorra and 6-year-old son Kaiden died Sunday at Dayton Children’s Hospital.
    Roberts wrote that Helton “made admissions to shooting the children to save them fro
  • Suspect In Armed Bank Robbery Caught Shortly After Robbery

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A short time after an armed bank robbery Monday morning, police arrested a suspect in the case.
    The robbery happened just after 10:30 a.m., at the BB&T Bank in the 1000 block of Gateway Rd. in Edgewood.
    The Harford County Sheriff’s Office responded, and investigators found that a suspect had gone into the bank, before displaying a weapon and leaving with money.
    The suspect’s vehicle was spotted a short time later, near Hillswood Rd. in Bel Air.
    The su
  • Pregnant Maryland Teen Not Allowed At Graduation Ceremony

    BOONSBORO, Md. (AP) — A Maryland high school senior has been barred from participating in her school’s graduation ceremony because she is pregnant.
    Media outlets report 18-year-old Maddi Runkles was barred from the June 2 ceremony at the Heritage Academy in Hagerstown because she violated the school’s code of conduct by having premarital sex. Runkles discovered she was pregnant in January.
    After the pregnancy became known, officials at the small private Christian school suspend
  • Police: Domestic Incident Involving Delaware State Trooper Ends In Her Fatally Shooting Boyfriend

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) —The boyfriend of a Delaware State Trooper was shot and killed following a domestic incident inside a Wilmington home Sunday, authorities say.
    A 911 call reporting shots fired was received around 11:10 p.m. Sunday night.
    New Castle County Police and Delaware State Police responded to the address and found an off-duty female trooper severely battered and her boyfriend with a gun shot wound to the upper torso.
    Troopers learned that the female trooper, an eight year veteran of
  • Orioles Will Celebrate The 25th Anniversary Season August 18 & 19

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Orioles announced plans to celebrate the 25th anniversary season of Oriole Park at Camden Yards on Saturday, August 19, when the team hosts the Los Angeles Angels at 7:05 p.m. ET.
    The Orioles are welcoming back at least 17 members of the first team to play at Oriole Park at Camden Yards – the 1992 Orioles.
    Select players from the original 1992 team will take part in a charity Home Run Derby contest at Oriole Park prior to the game on Saturday.
    Prior to Friday&rs
  • Officers Could Be Fired Following Freddie Gray Investigation

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Following their investigation into the Freddie Gray case, multiple Baltimore Police Department officers face internal discipline, while three officers could be terminated.
    Officer Caesar Goodson, Lt. Brian Rice, and Sgt. Alicia White could be fired for their involvement in the case.
    Officers Edward Nero and Garrett Miller, who initially arrested Gray, face five days suspension without pay.
    Officer William Porter, who was criminally charged with manslaughter
  • Suspect In Deadly UMD Stabbing ‘Absolute Danger To Community’; Bail Denied

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The FBI is investigating a fatal stabbing at the University of Maryland in College Park as a possible hate crime after investigators found ties to a racist Facebook group.
    Authorities are now digging into Sean Urbanski’s social media history for answers in the stabbing of Bowie State University student Richard Collins III over the weekend.
    RELATED: FBI Investigating UMD Fatal Stabbing As Possible Hate Crime
    This murder has rocked the College Park comm
  • Investigation Continues Into Whether Fatal Stabbing Was Racially Motivated

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The FBI is investigating a fatal stabbing at the University of Maryland in College Park as a possible hate crime after investigators found ties to a racist Facebook group.
    Authorities are now digging into Sean Urbanski’s social media history for answers in the stabbing of Bowie State University student Richard Collins III over the weekend.
    RELATED: FBI Investigating UMD Fatal Stabbing As Possible Hate Crime
    This murder has rocked the College Park comm
  • Fs and Ds On Balitmore’s ‘Healthy Harbor Report Card’

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) —Baltimore’s “Healthy Harbor Report Card” was released Monday, showing that the city’s waterways are mostly failing.
    The report grades the health of the Baltimore Harbor, the Patapsco River, the Jones Falls and the Gwynns Falls.
    This year, the Harbor scored a 53, the Patapsco a 55, the Jones Falls a 56 and the Gwynns Falls a 62.
    2016 Healthy Harbor Report Card
    Blue Water Baltimore conducts the monitoring for the report card program. More than 300 vol
  • Summer Spirits Tasting Event

    Hey Baltimore, join Vinny Cerrato from 105.7 The Fan and other CBS Radio personalities at our Summer Spirits Tasting Event held at La Cuchara, a Basque Inspired Restaurant in Historic Woodberry.
    Thursday, June 15th from 6-9 p.m. master distillers from around the world will present their well-known vodkas, tequilas, rums, gins and fine wines making for the perfect summer libations.
    Sip for a cause while enjoying culinary samplings and live music to benefit JDRF, the leading global research founda
  • Dunkin Donuts 05/31

    Join 1057 The Fan’s Jeremy Conn on Wednesday, May 31 at the Dunkin Donuts in the Honeygo Village Center in Perry Hall from 8am to 10am for an Orioles’ Pep Rally!  Meet the Orioles Bird while winning great prizes and while you’re there try some of Dunkin Donuts’ samples.  Dunkin Donuts Perks Members, receive a Medium Coffee on Orioles Home Game Days for 99 cents.
    Dunkin Donuts is located at 5003 Honeygo Center Dr, Perry Hall, MD 21128.
  • Budweiser VIP Sports Experience

    Before every home baseball game visit the Diamond Tavern at the Hilton Baltimore for their patio party and enter the Budweiser VIP Sports experience which includes a one night stay in a luxurious suite at the Hilton!  While you’re there enjoy $25 Budweiser Buckets and gameday food specials wile relaxing outside!  The Diamond Tavern is located right across from the Camden Yard’s Eutaw entrance.
  • Used Clothing Store Gets Surprise Donation Of Marijuana

    MAPLEWOOD, Minn. (AP) — Someone apparently inadvertently donated more than 100 grams of marijuana when they dropped off some used children’s clothes at a suburban Minneapolis shop.
    The Maplewood Police Department posted a photo on Facebook of the surprise donation to the Once Upon a Child store with an invitation to the owner to come in and claim it.
    Not surprisingly, no one has come forward yet.
    The drug was divided up into dozens of little plastic bags. Police Chief Paul Schnell sa
  • Bond Review Planned In Univ. of Maryland Stabbing Case

    COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) — A bond review is scheduled for a white man charged in the fatal stabbing of a black student visiting the University of Maryland that’s being investigated by the FBI as a possible hate crime.
    Prince George’s County State’s Attorney’s Office spokesman John Erzen said the hearing for 22-year-old Sean Christopher Urbanski is set for Monday afternoon. Urbanski is charged with first- and second-degree murder and first-degree assault and is current
  • Family Criticized After Viral Video Shows Sea Lion Pulling Girl Into Water

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) —A video of a sea lion pulling a girl into the water in Richmond, British Columbia went viral over the weekend.
    The original 2-minute YouTube video has been viewed more than 9 million times.
    According to local media reports, officials say the family displayed “reckless behavior” by feeding the animal.
    “You wouldn’t go up to a grizzly bear in the bush and hand him a ham sandwich, so you shouldn’t be handing a thousand-pound wild mammal in the wa
  • Keidel: Is Lonzo Ball Just A New Kid Or The Next Kidd?

    By Jason Keidel
    He’s got the name and seems to have the game perfectly contoured for the NBA, California, and his home club, the Lakers. But, it’s hard to think of a rookie entering the NBA with a larger load on his shoulders than Lonzo Ball. Not because of something he’s said or done, but by others who share his name. Like his father, of course, who seems to garner (and covet) more air time than the actual player.
    LaVar, father of Lonzo, is hardly shy, quiet, or stoic. He seem
  • Residents Catch Burglary Suspect, Hold Him Until Police Arrive

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A burglary suspect is behind bars after police say residents caught him and were able to detain him until officers arrived.
    The Anne Arundel County Police Department was called at 2:20 a.m. on Monday, about a burglary in the 2600 block of Waltham Court in Crofton.
    Responding officers saw two men in the kitchen, and were told one of the men, Bradley Allen Lawson, was a burglary suspect.
    A woman told officers that while she was sleeping, Lawson, 38, had gone

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