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March 1982

WMAR-TV News (WMAR)

Series II. News Stock Footage Video, 1982-1987


March 1982

Month
Date
Subject
Description
March 01 Fatal Fire VO of fatal fire in Essex
March 01 El Salvador VO/SOT with group opposed to US involvement in El Salvador
March 01 Draft Reaction SOT with TSU students about draft registration as federal registration deadline passes
March 01 C&P Rate Hike VO/SOT at C&P rate hike hearing
March 01 Tax Man Another tax man installment
March 01 Gas Station Murders Tobie voices pictures of AA Co. gas station murders police say same gun killed two victims in December
March 01 Gas Tax VO/SOT as senate budget and taxation committee passes gas tax hike two cents first year two and a half cent next year
March 01 Governor's Dinner Tobie voices story of Governor's dinner where lawmakers can invite guests Shapiro wanted inmate but had to settle for
March 01 Strike AFTRA strikes channel 2
March 01 First Petition Crime victims take their case for tougher laws to Annapolis
March 01 Swisher Baltimore City State's Attorney Bill Swisher takes self defense case on national TV appears on Today Show
March 01 Fire Deaths Two die in Essex house fire
March 01 Civic Center Hundreds line up for tickets to grateful Dead concert
March 01 Sludge State health department continues its ban on sludge dumping on productive farmland
March 01 AFTRA Strike AFTRA members strike channel 2
March 01 Monarch People who live near Monarch Rubber plant in E. Baltimore complain of noise and pollution
March 01 Truck Safety State police trying to weed out unsafe trucks to portable inspection stations
March 01 El Salvador Professor returns from El Salvador says 1000 a day are dying there in civil strife
March 01 Draft Talk with young men about registering for draft
March 01 DES State launches campaign to find women whose mother took DES during pregnancy
March 01 Phone Company PSC hears C&P rate increase request
March 01 AFTRA Strike VO on AFTRA strike at WMAR-TV
March 02 Monarch Package on protest against pollution from Monarch Co.
March 02 Truck Safety VO/SOT about truck safety legislation
March 02 Rusty Scupper Opens VO of opening of new Rusty Scupper restaurant in Inner Harbor
March 02 Diner VO/SOT celebrating opening of Diner
March 02 Sugar Babies Opens VO of opening of Sugar Babies at Mechanic Theatre
March 02 Drinking Age Senate passes bill raising drinking age to 21
March 02 General Motors Laid off GM workers rally outside plant for jobs then go to Washington to take case to congress
March 02 GM Motors GM workers go to capitol hill to push for congressional action to get their jobs back
March 02 A&P Arrest Three suspects in murder of A&P guard arrested
March 02 AFTRA Strike AFTRA strike against WMAR-TV continues
March 02 Mayor's Phone Mayor's telephone hot line overflowing on its first day
March 02 Sugar Babies Opening night of musical Sugar Babies at Mechanic Theatre
March 02 Neighborhood Perring Manor
March 02 Bridges Group puts out report saying states roads and bridges are in desperate need of repair
March 02 Gas Tax Gas tax proposal could hit pumps as early as summer if it survives legislature
March 02 Gas Prices Declining gas prices putting the pinch on service stations threatening their future
March 02 Conaway State delegate Frank Conaway denies charges collected insurance premiums but didn't give money to companies
March 02 Diner World premier of movie Diner shot in Baltimore
March 02 Legislature Law enforcement officials go to Annapolis to urge for new sentencing and parole bill
March 03 Monarch Rubber Brad voices package as Highlandtown residents meet with delegate McDonough to discuss ways to stop Monarch Rubber
March 03 Fire Police officer rescues two men from burning home
March 03 Mitchell Congressman Parren Mitchell calls for investigation of what he calls state lottery discriminatory practices
March 03 Drunk Drivers Drunk driving victims continue their push for tougher laws against drunk drivers
March 03 Drunk Drivers Marylanders fighting for tougher drunk driving laws take their case to Washington
March 03 Project Survival Program for school age youngsters who are interested in basketball called Project Survival
March 03 Neighborhood Timonium
March 03 AFSCME Workers at unemployment office downtown say its unsafe to work their because of crime problem
March 03 Socialist Members of socialist workers party go to city hall to complain that police are not seriously investigating attacks on
March 03 Drinking Drivers State police continue their public relations campaign against drunk drives display portable breathalyzers
March 03 Emissions County executive Bob Pascal attacks Governor Hughes Auto Emissions test bill
March 03 Indictment Havre De Grace man indicted for stealing army weapons
March 03 BWI BWI Amtrak station not doing big business
March 03 Mikulski Congresswoman Barbara Mikulski asks congress not to approve any budget cuts that affect children
March 03 Beatles Unreleased Beatles records discovered in London vault record company wants to release them
March 04 Educators Potomac news reporter tells us of effort by Maryland educators to have Maryland politicians vote against Reagan budget cuts
March 04 Park Heights/Park Circle Backy covers story of community meeting between city leaders and park heights
March 04 Auto Inspectors SOT with Governor Hughes about senate vote to withhold funding of auto inspectors who'd supervise auto emissions
March 04 Drunk Driving VO/SOT at first meeting of county taskforce looking into effectiveness of alcoholic treatment programs
March 04 Lead Poisoning VO/SOT at lead poisoning seminar at
March 04 Handguns Battle over though handgun bill gets hotter in Annapolis
March 04 Conaway Delegates Frank Conaway shrugs off death threats
March 04 Computers Computer exhibits at Maryland Science Center
March 04 Project Survival Project survival honors two people who've helped the problem
March 04 Neighborhoods Edgewood
March 04 Homes Construction permits for new homes falls to new low in 1981
March 04 Nuke Freeze Religious group launches campaign against nuclear weapons
March 04 Interest Rates Gov. Hughes comes up with new plan for raising interest rate ceiling
March 04 Credit Cards Ministers organize boycott of Maryland National Bank in protest over plan to move credit car operations to Delaware
March 04 Pascal AA. Co. Exec. Bob Pascal gives qualified support to Reagan budget cuts
March 04 Skating Ice staking competition for special Olympics kids
March 04 Lead Hopkins students hear about problem of lead poisoning in city
March 05 Church Fundraiser Tobie voices package story of fundraiser for St.
March 05 Sparrow's Point Navy secretary and other dignitaries tour sparrow's point shipyard to see if floundering shipbuilding industry
March 05 Unemployment Unemployment up again
March 05 Airlines Crowds line up at BWI for Texas international airlines tickets give away
March 05 Liberty Reservoir Residents of Liberty Reservoir area organize against crime in vandalism that comes every summer
March 05 Booze/Beaches Ocean city delegates want Legislature to pass bill banning liquor in open containers
March 05 Strike Strike continues at Channel 2
March 05 Fort McHenry Park officials recruiting young men to serve in the Fort McHenry guard
March 05 Cookie Church Girl Scout cookie drive kicked off with 8th annual cookie church
March 05 Neighborhoods Joppatowne
March 05 Amtrak City stands to lose $300 thousand because of federal law exempting Amtrak form state and local taxes
March 05 Park & Ride Baltimore County opens first park and ride at eastern and Virginia
March 05 Emissions Experimental auto emissions testing at Mondawmin mall
March 05 Bottle Bill Efforts to pass bill requiring deposits on non returnable can s and bottle fail in legislature
March 05 Soft Drinks Soft drinks bottlers news conference attack suggestion that sugar and caffeine aren't good for you
March 05 Credit Cards Legislature still debating bill to raise interest rate ceiling
March 05 Elephants Fund raising drive to get money for new elephant for Baltimore Zoo
March 06 Houston Fire 10 Die in Houston Hotel Fire
March 06 Belushi Autopsy fails to reveal cause of Belushi
March 06 Democrats Conference for Democratic political hopefuls on how to get elected Presidential aspirant Sen. Gary Hart attends
March 06 Catholics Catholic leaders gather in city hear from priest and former congressman father Drinan
March 06 Science Fiction Science Fiction aficionados convene in city
March 06 Cat Contest Cat show at Timonium fairgrounds
March 06 Swimathon Swimathon for charity at Goucher College
March 07 Fire Fire causes heavy damage to bottling plant in middle river
March 07 Twins Surgeons at Johns Hopkins successfully separate Siamese twin girls
March 07 Church Church threatened with closing because of zoning problems
March 07 Shoes Shoe makers convention in city
March 07 Records Record collectors convention
March 07 Fire Women slightly hurt in Baltimore County fuls on how to get elected
March 07 Pasadena Stabbing VO of place where stabbing murder occurred
March 08 Education Teachers parents and state officials me
March 08 Unemployment Unemployment up again in state to near record high
March 08 Toll Road Final plans being made for the elimination toll of Kennedy Highway
March 08 Oakhurst Fire 71 year old man hospitalized after house fire
March 08 Twins Siamese twins successfully separated in surgery continue to do well
March 08 Neighborhoods Perry Hall
March 08 Accident Three Baltimore county escape serious injury after truck accident on I-95
March 08 Twins Twin girls doing well after operation to separate them
March 08 Bottle Plant Fire No cause known yet for fire at popular club bottle plant in middle river
March 08 Aftra Strike Aftra members begin the second week of a strike against channel 2
March 08 Soviet Jews Soviet Jewry committee of Baltimore Jewish council attention to the two million Jews still held in Russia
March 08 John Program City begins new program of sending letters to men johns picked up for soliciting hookers
March 08 Boat Show Boat show begins at convention center
March 09 Gasoline VO of night gas for story on Drew Lewis wanting to raise federal gas tax 5 cents a gallon
March 09 NAACP Award VO of little girl getting essay award at NAACP meeting
March 09 Police Awards VO of B'NAI B'RITH members getting awards from city for manning police phones during holidays
March 09 Mayor's Kids VO of Mayor and kids at art exhibition at city hall
March 09 Fire Family of four injured in fore at their apartment on north twin circle
March 09 Accident Cement truck slams into disabled car on Jones falls expressway no injuries
March 09 Police Car AA County police looking for police car stolen from undercover officer
March 09 Shooting Suspect Police release composite sketch of suspect in shooting of city officer
March 09 Extremism National conference of Christians and Jews forum focuses on resurgence of hate violence and vandalism
March 09 Shipping Newport news shipyard may be interested in buying steel facility in city
March 09 Philips Trail Trail of 16 year old Ronald Braxton in murder of Dr. George Phillips continues
March 09 Greco Trail Trail begins for 22 year old Vincent Greco Jr. in murder of Leta Larsen
March 09 Auto Tags Time running out to get new license plates by mail
March 09 Neighborhoods Mondawmin
March 09 Gun Law Senate passes tougher handgun bill
March 09 Pregnancy Push in legislature to restore welfare benefits to poor pregnant women cut by Reagan
March 09 Jobs Local group working to find jobs for the City's unemployed
March 09 Roberts Trail 14 year old AA county youth being evaluated to see if he can stand trail for murder rape of 4 year old niece
March 09 Twins Selveggio twins continue to recover well from separation surgery
March 09 Planets Star gazers prepare for unusual alignment of planets
March 10 Highlandtown Schools Community meeting where Highlandtown residents voice complaints over plan to close some area schools
March 10 Budget Mayor again travels to the hill to tell congress no to cut away more from budget says cities are suffering
March 10 Harbor Health Harbor health center fighting to stay opening spite of federal budget cuts
March 10 Fatal Accident 8 mile stretch of i-95 reopened after fatal accident in which tow truck driver was killed trying to hook cable to school bus
March 10 Barricade Police State police to set up roadblocks in an effort to take drunk drivers off the road
March 10 Maryland Cocaine Maryland officials say cocaine abuse is on the rise
March 10 Goodwill Annual membership drive for goodwill industries kick off with luncheon
March 10 Computers City teachers and school officials attend class in computers at Maryland Science Center
March 10 Neighborhoods Old Town
March 10 Drinking Age State senate approves raise in drinking age to 21
March 10 Mayor Schaefer Mayor Schaefer tells congress not to make any more cuts that would hurt cities
March 10 Hutchinson County officials wrestling with funding for programs for the elderly
March 10 Sludge County council to hold public hearing on zoning amendment for sludge dumping
March 10 Ranger Truck Ford unveils new truck it says will beat imports
March 10 Conaway Delegate Frank Conaway says charges he owes insurance companies premium money are lies
March 10 Firefighters Ad club of Baltimore honors two city firefighters for service to community
March 10 Big Cheese Big cheese restaurant in harbor place goes bankrupt shuts doors
March 10 Afta AFTA strike against channel 2 continues with no break in sight
March 11 Hawkins Point Landfill Latest round in battle to keep Hawkins point landfill from expanding
March 11 Drug Bust City police round up seven persons believed to be major drug dealers
March 11 Vandalism Vandals strike neighborhood on winner avenues damaging cars
March 11 Prisons Governor approaches plan to renovate pre- release center in Hagerstown to house 150 additional inmates
March 11 Bus Accident No serious injuries in bus wreck on JFX
March 11 Industrial Accident Baltimore man killed in industrial accident in Columbia
March 11 Empty Houses Members of south Baltimore improvement committee want something done about dilapidated houses in their neighborhood
March 11 Jewish Meeting Federation of Jewish women's organizations holds 66th annual convention
March 11 Neighborhoods Eudowood
March 11 Hughes Governor Hughes calls president Reagan inflexible in his handling of the nations economic problems
March 11 UM Fire Investigation into fire at university of Maryland student union building on college park campus
March 11 Child Safety AA County parents want footbridge over street where child was hit by car recently
March 11 Hutchinson Hutchinson holds meeting to hear citizens proposals for next years county budget
March 11 Police Communications New city police telephone service handles non emergency calls
March 11 Liquor Protest Residents of Franklin Square are of city victorious at liquor board meeting as license denied to tavern owner
March 11 Falcon Another attempt to mate falcon that lives on top of the USF&G building
March 12 Fatal Fire 844 Patterson Park Ave. 1 person died but mom and 2 kids saved by cop morn house fire on n. Patterson
March 12 Johnson Square Plans underway to turn empty lot in considered for a development of 64 town homes called johson square
March 12 State Revenue Sagging economy hitting the state pocket book as tax collections drop
March 12 Bus Passes School Supt. Crew resurrects idea of making
March 12 Johnson Square Time running out for middle income families to qualify for low interest housing
March 12 Fire Man dies in fire on Patterson Park avenue
March 12 Accident Man seriously injured in truck accident on I-95 near white marsh
March 12 Catholic Conference Baltimore parochial school administrator
March 12 Neighborhoods Towson
March 12 Bus Passes City school supt. Wants to make kids pay to ride mta busses to school
March 12 Build Legislative hearing on car insurance rate differential between city and county
March 12 Avara Runs Former censor board head Mary Avara says she'll run for city council seat left vacant by death of Murphy
March 12 Boys Home Fund raiser for Harford county boys home
March 12 Mug Race Warm up event for St. Patrick's day
March 12 Monkeys We meet the newest arrivals at the zoo experimental monkeys
March 12 Kelly Party VO of party at Timonium fairgrounds by state lawmaker Kelly
March 13 Solidarity Rally Several thousands rally in protest of Reagan administration policies and high unemployment
March 13 Hospital Death Technician at St. Joseph's hospital killed when file cabinet falls over her
March 13 Charity Day McCormick workers donate a day of work to charity company gives salary to
March 13 Giraffe Birthday party for Baltimore Zoo's giraffe
March 13 Sports Clinic Sports clinic for high school kids on how to get in shape safely
March 13 Birth Center Birth center in city has its first arrival
March 13 Mitchell Congressman Mitchell gets award for community service
March 13 Butterflies Photography exhibit of butterflies by naturalist photographer
March 14 St. Patrick's Day Parade St. Patrick's Day parade draws thousands to downtown
March 14 Carnival Carnival celebrates Jewish holiday of Purim
March 14 Republicans 100 top republicans gather for strategy meeting in Easton
March 14 I-95 New stretch of I-95 open in city
March 14 Video Games Baltimore county libraries to add apple of charity company gives salary to charities company gives salary to charities
March 14 MTA State lawmakers upset over reports that some mechanics and drivers at MTA made more than administrator
March 14 Swim Meet 60th annual swim meet at Towson State
March 15 Gas Protest Baltimore delegation goes to congress to protest removal of controls on natural gas
March 15 Job Fair Two day job fair designed to help local health care employees who may get laid off draws criticism from participants
March 15 Beth Steel More layoffs at Beth Steel
March 15 MTA MTA and Towson officials meet to talk about expanded bus routes
March 15 Fire House fire on seminary avenue injures teenaged boy
March 15 School Fire at Eastern High School
March 15 VD Baltimore listed high among cities where venereal disease is rampant
March 15 Twins Twin girls separated surgically continue to make good progress
March 15 City Farmers Jobs program for city teenagers growing vegetables
March 15 Neighborhoods Jacksonville
March 15 Stadium Mayor and other city officials decide not to see extension on July 1st deadline for beginning work on memorial stadium
March 15 MTA MTA to implement cost cutting plan and improve efficiency after criticism of high earning drivers and mechanics
March 15 Barnes 8th Dist. Democratic Rep Michael Barnes introduces bill to ban US military operations or covert operations
March 15 Homes Home building industry in slump but one builder doing well by selling half finished homes
March 15 Prisoners' Variety Show VO of variety show by city jail inmates
March 15 Circus VO of arrival of trains carrying circus
March 16 Mayor in DC Mayor Schaefer again goes to the hill to get in his two cents worth on Reagan budget
March 16 Johnston Square Time running out for people to get low income housing loans for Johnston square housing project
March 16 Taxes State Tax office helping people fill out Maryland forms
March 16 Egg Accident Truck carrying 20 thousand eggs jacked knifes on JFX making real big omelets
March 16 Pickets Arrest Ten members of ironworkers union arrested while picketing construction site on Pennsylvania
March 16 Nuke Reax Clergyman speaks out against nuclear weapons development
March 16 Plant Sales Plant sales in connection with St. Patrick's day proceeds to Baltimore association of retarded citizens
March 16 Circus Ringling Bros. Barnum Bailey circus begins two week run in city
March 16 Elephant Zoo raises 20 thousand dollars to buy new elephant to replace one that died
March 16 Aquarium Local contest winner set trip to Boston aquarium courtesy channel 2 and B-104 radio
March 16 Neighborhood Lutherville
March 16 Education Cuts Baltimore parents and teachers go to capital meet with congressman Mitchell about title I budget cuts
March 16 Schools Closing Teacher s parents and students gather to protest planned closing of Mordecaigist Elem School
March 16 McGuirk State Sen. Harry McGuirk officially announced candidacy for governorship
March 16 Lt. Governor State senate president James Clark Jr. wants to abolish office of Lt. Governor
March 16 Stadium Future of expansion of Memorial Stadium depends on reaching agreement with Clots owner Irsay on long term lease
March 16 Twins Selvaggio twins growing stronger every day after successful surgery to separate them
March 16 Construction Accident Construction worker hurt in Cockeysville accident
March 16 Drug Arrest City police arrest three men and confiscate25 pounds of high grade weeds
March 16 Circus Circus animals parade as circus prepares for opening night in Baltimore
March 16 Ice Cream Contest Lee's ice cream store in Towson celebrates 3rd Anniversary with banana split eating contest
March 16 Lee's Sports Wage Concessions Brad packages story about Lee's sports asking employees for wage concessions they call them incentives
March 17 St. Patrick's Day Package on night and Day celebration of St. Patrick's day
March 17 Subway Fire VO of subway fire at Charles and Baltimore Streets
March 18 School Board We go to school board where members approve expanded language program and making kids pay 20 cens for bus rides
March 18 Accident Man throws himself in front of car then walks away search stopped when guy
March 18 Rouse Sentence Michael Saunders pleads guilty to murder of British antique dealer gets 45 years
March 18 Parking Break In Workers at social security complex upset over security guards forcing their way into locked cars
March 18 Stadium Governor city officials and colts owner Irsay still talking about stadium lease
March 18 Credit Cards Legislature debates bill to prohibit oil companies from imposing credit card service fees on station owners
March 18 Circus Mattel sells Ringling bros. circus for eight million
March 18 McDonalds Winner Hyattsville women wins $100 thousand in McDonalds sweepstakes
March 18 Neighborhoods Woodlawn
March 18 Rouse Sentence 18 year old sentenced to 45 years in murder of British antique dealer Phillip Rouse
March 18 Greco Trail Trail of Vincent Greco accused of murdering elderly Towson woman
March 18 Search Man hit by pick up truck and released from Johns Hopkins after massive search for
March 18 Fire Small fire in woodshop at state pen
March 18 Roland Park Foreign language studies at Roland park elementary school
March 18 Mortgages State to fund; pension fund into savings and loan for home mortgages
March 19 Welcome fundraiser VO of fundraiser for Verda welcome state senator Gov. there
March 19 GOP Dinner VO of republican dinner at Hunt Valley Sen. Paul Laxalt guest speaker
March 19 Gas Tax House ways and means committee approves increase in gas tax
March 19 NAACP NAACP accuses state lottery commission of discrimination in hiring of blacks
March 19 Wreck Car truck collision on beltway
March 19 Accident Dump truck bed pops open hitting bridge at beltway and Harford road
March 19 Aquarium National Aquarium reopens after 11day losing for repairs
March 19 Boat Fees Boat owners testify against Reagan proposals to improve fees on waterway
March 19 Shuttle Landing site moved from cal to new Mexico equipment moved
March 19 International Week Beginning of international week in Baltimore
March 19 Rehab Tour Japanese tour rehabilitation center in city
March 19 Neighborhoods Mt. Washington
March 19 Child Safety Residents of Marly station road area in AA county gist pedestrian bridge for children crossing busy street
March 19 Training School Legislature considering tighter security measures at Maryland training
March 19 NAACP NAACP changes discrimination in state lottery commission hiring practices
March 19 Aquarium National aquarium in Baltimore reopens after being closed nearly two weeks for
March 19 Hazardous Leak Truck carrying toxic chemicals stops at tire station in AA county when driver smells odor and thinks It's leaking
March 19 Shuttle Landing equipment and crews move from California to New Mexico to await return of space shuttle
March 19 Ground Breaking Ground breaking for new dormitory at Towson State University
March 19 Peterson Former consumer affairs advisor to carter Ester Peterson speaks to senior citizens at GBMC
March 19 Federal Officers Federal officers who patrol Woodlawn and other parking lots respond to charges that they break into cars
March 20 Long Congressman Long on administration's El Salvador policy
March 20 Military Maneuvers Army Navy and Air force reservists hold major exercise
March 20 DES Physicians gather for conference on health problems of DES
March 20 House Buying City real estate group holds seminar for prospective home buyers
March 20 Auditions Auditions for performers for summer at Inner Harbor Amphitheatre
March 20 Jail Break Nine prisoners escape from Baltimore county detention center by windows and lowering themselves with bed sheets
March 20 Long Cong. long on Reagan budget proposals
March 20 Debutantes Black debutantes cotillion
March 20 Jail Break Nine inmates of Baltimore county detention center escape oversight search still on for7 still at large
March 21 Jail Security Security of Baltimore co detention center questioned after escape of nine inmates
March 21 Solidarity Conference at Norte Same on problems and us policy in El Salvador
March 21 Polish Benefit to raise funds for people of Poland
March 21 Special Olympics Special Olympics at Morgan State
March 21 Einstein Exhibit dedicated to Albert Einstein on 103rd anniversary of his birthday
March 22 GM VO/SOT with GM workers at Broening highway reacting to new GM UAW contract
March 22 City Schools Potomac news package on meeting in Washington where local schools types press for no budget cuts in education
March 22 Goddard Experiments Gary tells what experiments Goddard space center is responsible for aboard the space shuttle
March 22 Spring Day VO of spring day celebration at war memorial plaza
March 22 Hawkins Point VO/SOT with Hawkins point residents who are giving up fight against pollution and are moving out
March 22 Tax Man Our tax dude talks about casualty and theft loss on tax returns
March 22 Shuttle Launch Third mission of space shuttle Columbia
March 22 Goddard Goddard space flight center plays major role in space shuttle tracking
March 22 Accident Seven Children hit by out of control car no serious injuries
March 22 Fire Four alarm fire in Odenton
March 22 Hawkins Point Hawkins point residents want the state to buy their homes saying not safe to live near chemical dump
March 22 Jail meeting County executive and other officials meeting to talk about security at detention center following weekend escape
March 22 Energy Man BG&E energy van travels city giving people tips on saving energy
March 22 Clown Dokey the good food clown goes to schools to teach children about good eating habits
March 22 Neighborhood Golden Ring
March 22 Jail Meet Bill takes us to a meeting of county leaders who ha to decide what to do in wake of jail escape
March 22 GRECO VO Amy artwork for update on GRECO case accused of raping and murdering girlfriend grandma he takes the stand
March 23 Enterprise Zone Reagan announces proposal for enterprise zones in 25 us citizens including Baltimore
March 23 Schaefer Reaction Mayor Schaefer encourages by Reagan's and announcement on enterprise zones
March 23 Consumer Prices Inflation continues to slow down according to latest CPI
March 23 Workshop Workshop for minority students on finding funds for college
March 23 Minority Student Profile of minority students at Morgan State and his finical problems
March 23 Police Chase Police chase teenager wanted in connection with assault case capture him near convention center
March 23 Greco Trail Murder trail of Vincent Greco continues with salganik artwork
March 23 Jail Follow Neighbors of Baltimore county detention center concerned after nine inmates escape
March 23 Swisher William Swisher appears on Donahue restates his philosophy of citizens self defense
March 23 School Prayer Demonstrations in Annapolis to push for school prayer amendment
March 23 Blind Fair Fair at Maryland school for the blind
March 23 Circus Tryouts Tryouts for would be circus performers
March 23 Neighborhoods Druid Hill
March 23 AFTRA VO of pickers outside station
March 23 Whistleblowers VO/SOT of Legislature working on bill to protect whistleblowers in state government.
March 23 Taxman The Latest taxman installment tells us not to be nervous about categorizing deductions under miscellaneous
March 23 Mayor Dances Bill tells us about the mayors new career actually he's dancing to promote the youth fair
March 24 Gas Prices Down Gary takes us to Dundalk gas station which is selling gas below $1.00 a gallon mark.
March 24 Consumer Prices VO to go with story on Feb. consumer
March 24 Enterprise Zone Reagan signs Enterprise zone act of 1982
March 24 Laingen VO/SOT at Laingen press conference says he won't run for us senate
March 24 Spellman VO of BW parkway to show that hearing to rename it for Gladys Spellman have begun at the capitol
March 24 Flower Show VO of prep for flowers show to show it starts tomorrow at convention center
March 24 Shoot Out Bill packages. Story on disgruntled employees who takes out frustrations on supervisory types at Westvaco co. in east
March 24 Prison Windows In wake or escape in county last weekend city discovers its classification center has glass from some people
March 24 GRECO VO of Amy artwork on latest testimony in trail of man accused of raping and murdering girl friends grandmother
March 24 Stadium VO/SOT after meeting of Gov and mayor concerning stadium renovation decide to talk to Irsay ASAP
March 24 I-695 Accident VO of accident at beltway and I-83 no one seriously hurt
March 24 Funeral Gary goes to funeral of man who died after 50 days in hospital was hit by alleged drunk driver on rte40 1/28/82
March 24 Science Fair VO at Hopkins science fair
March 24 Groundbreaking VO of groundbreaking ceremony for new YWCA on Grouch Ave.
March 24 Taxman Today Strassels tells us about deducting education expenses
March 24 MVA VO of MVA for story on how MVA will be closed Maryland Day even though tag deadline is one week away
March 24 Auto Theft VO of auto theft seminar.
March 24 Elephants Walk VO of annual elephant walk and lunch to and at Lexington Market.
March 24 Shooting Four workers at Westvaco shot and wounded by disgruntled former worker. V/O
March 24 Schaefer Mayor Schaefer meets with president to get details of enterprise zone project. Package.
March 24 Park Circle Park circle area residents react to enterprise zone plan which would affect their neighborhood. Package.
March 24 Interest Rates Credit card fees amendment stripped from interest rate bill. V/O-SOT.
March 24 Homeland Fire 3-alarm house fire in homeland. V/O.
March 24 Flower Show Fifth annual flower and garden show at convention center. Package
March 24 Neighborhoods Poppleton.
March 25 Asphalt Fire Follow Jim returns to scene of last night's four alarmer to check out damage and cause.
March 25 Prisons/Hughes VO/SOT from governor's news conference talks about need for new prison.and juvenile facility.
March 25 Goddard Kids Potomac package on kids touring Goddard and talking about future shuttle experiments.
March 25 Maryland Day VO/SOT at celebration of Maryland day celebration downtown.
March 25 Maryland Historical Society VO of historical society for story on free tours this Maryland day.
March 25 Feeley Mass VO of mass for Sister Feeley.10 years on. Head of college of Notre Dame.
March 25 Stadium/Hughes VO/SOT at governor's news conference. Talks about getting together with Irsay over stadium renovation and lease.
March 25 Taxman Strassels talks about deducting job hunting expenses.
March 25 Gasoline Credit Cards Legislature prohibits oil companies from charging processing fees on their credit cards.
March 25 Black Miniseries Baltimore black ministers to join group meeting with president Reagan about black unemployment. VO/SOT.
March 25 Black Unemployment Profile of some blacks unemployed because of current recession. Package.
March 25 Retirees Retiree's band together to fight Reagan cuts they say would take money out of their pockets. VO/SOT.
March 25 Asphalt Plant Fire Damage estimated at $300,000 in trumbull Asphalt plant fire in Howard Co. V/O.
March 25 Cross Burning County police investigating cross burning at Lock Glen apartment complex. V/O.
March 25 BWI Fog Fog delays flights at BWI. V/O.
March 25 Poland Marylanders continue to contribute to the people of Poland. V/O.
March 25 British Ship British ship Andromeda visiting city. V/O.
March 25 X-Ray New x-ray technique reduces amount of radiation exposure. Package.
March 25 Neighborhoods Carney.
March 26 Education Standards State will toughen standards to get into five state colleges.the why.and what city schools say.
March 26 Kids Reaction/Ed Standards SOT reaction with city high school kids over tougher ed standards to get into state colleges.
March 26 PCP Lab VO of PCP lab broken up by state police.
March 26 Abortion Vote Package on lobbying tactics behind abortion funding vote in Annapolis.
March 26 Aftra Strike VO of picketers for latest Aftra story.
March 26 Taxman Today he talks about planning for that day we all look forward to.April 15.
March 26 Howard Rollins' Mother Wayne talks with mother of academy awards' nominee.
March 26 Vets Memorial Potomac package on groundbreaking in DC at site of Vietnam veteran's memorial.
March 26 Western Electric 99 western electric workers get layoff notices. Package.
March 26 Black Ministers Black ministers talk with president Reagan about unemployment among blacks. Package.
March 26 Abortion Rally Abortion opponents rally in state capital halls. V/O-SOT.
March 26 PCP Lab Pakistani man arrested and charged with drug smuggling and making PCP. V/O
March 26 Best Police Evening sun presents its best policeman awards. V/O.
March 26 Vietnam Memorial Groundbreaking for Vietnam War Memorial.
March 26 Pride of Baltimore Pride of Baltimore to return to port. 18 beginners will get a chance to join the crew. Package.
March 26 Ballet Baltimore ballet presents "carnival of the animals for children. V/O.
March 26 Neighborhoods Fallston.
March 27 Solidarity Baltimoreans go to Washington to join in protest over El Salvador. V/O-SOT.
March 27 DC Rally Rally in DC protesting US policy in El Salvador. V/O-SOT.
March 27 Burro Burro that lived in humane society grounds killed and mutilated by person unknown. V/O-SOT.
March 27 Missing Girl Police search for little girl Toya Hill missing from her Baltimore home. V/O.
March 27 Escapees Two of the nine inmates who escaped from the Baltimore county jail recaptured in Kansas. Pics of two captured.
March 27 Clean-up Reservoir Hill residents band together to clean up their neighborhood. Package.
March 27 Ship Tour People line up to tour Canadian and British ships visiting city. V/O.
March 27 Aerobics Women state aerobics dance-a-thon for charity. V/O.
March 28 Plane Crash Light plane crashes on take-off from Westminster airport killing four.
March 28 T-M-I Rally Group stages rally on third anniversary of three-mile-island accident to remind people of nuclear danger.
March 28 Soloists Young musicians compete for prizes and a chance to play in B-S-O youth concerts. V/O-SOT.
March 28 Footrace Lady equitable marathon race drawn 1700. V/O-SOT.
March 28 Student Protest University of Maryland students march on capital protesting Reagan budget cut proposals in educational aid. V/O-SOT
March 29 Greco VO of Amy art as defendant takes the stand.
March 29 Burglary VO of legislative comm.. for story on bill to toughen laws against burglars.
March 29 Shock-Trauma VO of governor touring shock-trauma. Which is bidding for more state aid to expand and modernize facilities.
March 29 Alcohol Abuse SOT with spokesman at kick off to new youth alcohol prevention effort.
March 29 Seniors/Hamilton VO at celebration for senior citizens at Hamilton rec. center.
March 29 Founding Celebration VO of Balto insurance co. celebrating 100th anniversary.
March 29 Gas Tax VO/SOT with gas sellers and buyers about final approval of gas tax hike.
March 29 Taxman Strassels begins two part series on income averaging.
March 29 Mayor/Eubie Blake Mayor and Eubie get together to talk about new jazz festival for summer harbor season.
March 29 Shuttle Space shuttle landing delayed because of high winds at New Mexico landing site.
March 29 Toya Hill Still no clues to whereabouts of eight year -old girl missing from her home. V/O
March 29 Shock Trauma Governor tours shock trauma to see first hand why facility needs more space. Package.
March 29 Aftra Strike WMAR-TV management announces it will start hiring new people if strikers don't return to work. V/O.
March 29 Hospital Ornaments Students from northern high school make Christmas ornaments and take them to patients at St. Agnes hospital. V/O
March 29 Drinking Age Many bar and restaurant owners in favor of raising drinking age even though it will hurt their business.
March 29 Neighborhoods Clifton Park.
March 30 Missing Boys Jim package on 3 harbor co. boys missing since Friday.all need medical treatment.not much hope.
March 30 Vandalism VO/SOT with mayor at kickoff of new city effort to battle vandalism.
March 30 Violence/Extremism Seiler package at breakfast where nat'l assn Christians and Jews denounce cross burnings and extremism and violence.
March 30 Shuttle VO of shuttle 3 landing.
March 30 Heart Run VO at kick off for heart fund's run for your life.
March 30 Ticket Lines VO at MVA to show lines to pay ticket.and also for people who want stickers.
March 30 Mitchell Suit Potomac story on Mitchell suing SBA because allegedly unfair to Balto. Business.
March 30 Seafood Tax VO/SOT as legislature debates bill to exempt some seafood carryout places from collecting taxes.
March 30 Taxman Part two of income averaging.
March 30 Students/Government VO/SOT as Balto. Co. students become politicians for a day.
March 30 Shuttle Returns Space shuttle lands in New Mexico after eight-day flight. Package.
March 30 Missing Boys Search for three teen aged boys missing for four days in Harford County. VO/SOT.
March 30 Vandalism City declares war on vandalism. Package.
March 30 Ocean City Gambling Restaurant and tavern owners support bill to regulate charity gambling. VO-SOT
March 30 Retirement Funds Board of trustees of city retirement system consider proposal to invest funds in mortgage market. Package.
March 30 Libya Trucks U-S customs officials impound trucks and trailers bound for Libya. VO.
March 30 Rollins Howard Rollins family watches academy awards presentation hoping he'll win Oscar. Package.
March 30 Neighborhoods Loch Raven village.
March 31 Missing Boys Follow Jim follows search for 3 Harford Co. boys missing since last Friday.
March 31 School Bus Ax VO of school bus ax in Harford Co.no one seriously injured.
March 31 Hviding Sentence Bill tells us about arguments before Jackie Harris is sentenced for killing Steven Hviding.sentencing delayed.
March 31 Police Shooting Follow Gary follows shooting from last night where cops shot druggie after shoot-out and barricade.
March 31 Heating Prices VO/SOT with BG&E guy explaining why heat costs more in Baltimore than in other parts of the country.
March 31 Taxman Today Strassels tells us what to do with our tax refund.
March 31 Stadium Lunch VO of Irsay, Hughes and Schaefer having lunch to discuss stadium lease.
March 31 Seder VO of senior citizens in Randallstown enjoying Passover Seder.
March 31 Easter Bunny Pap story on Easter bunny at white marsh mall.and what kids want for Easter,