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October 1982

WMAR-TV News (WMAR)

Series II. News Stock Footage Video, 1982-1987


October 1982

Month
Date
Story
Description
Oct 1 Double Shooting Man shoots wife to death and then kills self in Dundalk sandwich shop.
Oct 1 K-Mart Trial First of 7 defendants in K-Mart murder trial pleads his case in court.
Oct 1 Building Accident Howard county kid hurt bad falling from second story window.linked to battle over tougher housing codes.
Oct 1 Two on the Road Susan takes us to Brunswick for railroad days.
Oct 1 Inner Harbor Regatta Preview of first inner harbor regatta.
Oct 1 Tylenol Follow-up Follow-up on the cyanide-laced Tylenol scare. The Maryland connection.
Oct 1 MCEA Jobs Judge issues restraining order that keeps state health department from asking it's employees if they have a second job.
Oct 1 Trash Pickups Ed does a set piece on the switch to once a week trash pickups.
Oct 1 Trash pickup Package on what to do now that your trash will get picked up only once a week.
Oct 1 At large At large perspective on the opening of Walt Disney's Orlando Epcott center.
Oct 2 Night March Women "Take back the night" march against such things as violence against women etc.V/O SOT.
Oct 2 Dedication Celebration held commemorating the 175th anniversary of the U of Maryland and the rehabilitation of Davidge Hall.
Oct 2 Sarbanes Breakfast fundraiser sponsored by Parren Mitchell for their re-election of Paul Sarbanes. V/O.
Oct 2 Lexington Serio & Sons a Baltimore tradition may be fading into oblivion and not be here for the Lexington Market expansion. V/O.
Oct 2 Bike Race Kathi goes to the eastern shore for the Baltimore bicycling club-channel 2 M.S. bike challenge. Nice pix.
Oct 2 Fells Point 16th annual fun festival at Fells Point. V/O.
Oct 3 Fans A look at the fans on closing day of the 1982 baseball season at memorial stadium. M. Birds bite the big one against Milwaukee.
Oct 3 Sailing Sail regatta at the inner harbor.
Oct 4 Tomasek Trial Murder of former deputy attorney general Oster sentenced to 25 years in prison.
Oct 4 Sunday Shopping Campaign to change the blue laws and allow shopping on Sundays.
Oct 4 Contact 2 Kids want to know why there aren't more grated films.Jeffrey Lyons answers their questions.
Oct 4 Two on the Road Two on the road goes to Kingsville to visit the Chesapeake doc.doctor who flies over bay looking for those who need.
Oct 5 Tylenol Continue to search for more Tylenol after deaths in Chicago and not strychnine poisoning in California.
Oct 5 Homicide Storeowner shot at store on Harford Road.
Oct 5 21st Street Fire 4 people die in house fire bringing total fire deaths in Baltimore to 57 on east 21st street.
Oct 5 21st Street Fatal Fire Follow-up 4 people die in house fire.ironically on day fire dept was scheduled to canvas their neighborhood to enforce smoke detector.
Oct 5 Shop Owner Murdered Bizarre Murder in Northeast Baltimore in which 50 year old shop owner was killed. No ID.ENG of body and scene.
Oct 5 Helen Bentley Second Congressional district candidate Helen Bentley is charging incumbent cong. Long in violating election laws.
Oct 5 Neighborhood Bureau Kirk Ave. day care center was set up when concerned parents got together.no state funding was available so they did it on.
Oct 5 Interest News piece on interest rates going down and what you can do to make your money work for you.
Oct 5 Tylenol Strychnine found in two bottles of super strength Tylenol.
Oct 5 Homicide Store owner shot to death. Phillip Fiorello..police suspect robbery.the motive.
Oct 5 Fire Deaths Number of fire deaths in Baltimore up tremendously this year.
Oct 5 Pascal Fundraiser Robert Pascal gets support from labor unions in his bid for election as governor.
Oct 5 Helen Bentley Challenger Helen Bentley says congressman Long is breaking law by using federal property for campaign purposes.
Oct 5 Jones Trial Jack Jones convicted of murdering and raping Stephanie Anne Roper, student at Frostburg.
Oct 5 Tichnell Sentencing going on for Richard Tichnell accused of killing Garrett county sheriff file from Jan 14 1991.
Oct 5 Cash 'n' Go Bank teller and gas station together to provide convenience for customer.
Oct 6 NAACP NAACP organizes it's game plan on what to do to stop the Klan from marching on Washington on November 6th.
Oct 6 Texaco Texaco makes a turnaround and announces that on October 15 it will allow credit card purchases at it's Maryland stations.
Oct 6 GOP Zip Pascal on the road in Montgomery county saying Hughes is making promises about Maryland roads that he can't keep.
Oct 6 At large Andy tells us that the notion of this being in but fat being where it's at may be truer than we think when it comes to.
Oct 7 School Board City school board finds out that it has extra students and so will have to hire more teachers.
Oct 7 H.U.D. HUD secretary in town says we've done good job with Federal money for housing projects but can't promise we'll get.
Oct 7 Drug Bust County and city cops bust 40 people and grab more than 6 million bucks in drugs.
Oct 7 Howard PCP lab Howard county cops bust up illegal PCP lab.
Oct 7 White Marsh Murder Two men murdered outside alcove bar near White Marsh.
Oct 7 Museum of Art Baltimore museum of art is almost finished it's renovation.
Oct 7 Calendar A look ahead to neighborhood activities for the coming weekend.
Oct 7 After School Center for after school care for kids are opening in the city.
Oct 7 Editorial Editorial on hospital leaving downtown for the county.
Oct 7 Gay Money Companies are not courting the money power of the gay community.they spend a lot of bucks.
Oct 7 School Board Live remote with eng b-roll from school board where they will talk about the possible closings of some schools and crowding.
Oct 7 Unsolved Murders Kathie does an in-depth report on all the unsolved murders in the Baltimore metro area.
Oct 7 Shake & Bake Former Colt player Glenn Doughty is getting some more city help with the financing of his shake & bake family sports center.
Oct 7 Hogan Larry Hogan verbally attacks incumbent Paul Subranes for his using NCPAC as a campaign issue.
Oct 7 Hughes At a Rockville news conference Hughes charges that Pascal is deliberately distorting his record on prisons.
Oct 7 At Large Andy stuffs his face at the Lexington Market as he does a satirical look at the market's expansion.
Oct 8 Debate Pascal and Hughes debate on television.
Oct 8 Randall St. Fire Two firefighters taken to shock trauma after Randall St. fire one alarmer.
Oct 8 Poppleton St. Fire One alarm on Poppleton St. no one hurt.
Oct 8 Murder For Hire Man arrested for trying to kill son-in-law. Glenn Roth hired a man to kill Jerome Venick.
Oct 8 Fatal Train Accident Sylvester Jones killed while walking on RR tracks. Autopsy may prove he was drunk.
Oct 8 Ugliest Bartender Ugliest bartender contest to benefit multiple sclerosis.
Oct 8 Stage Drug Bust State police make what they are calling the biggest drug bust in Maryland history. Millions in coke and $500,000 in.
Oct 8 Hashish Baltimore city cops make another drug bust. This time it's hashish and lots of cash.
Oct 8 Wall Street Brokers in Baltimore are all smiles with the stock marker surging the way it has been. The Baltimore connection.
Oct 8 Sarbanes UMA goes to D.C. to joint economic committee meeting where they are attempting to defend the 10.1% unemployment rate.
Oct 8 Debate Prep Live remote with 2 side roll eng's talking with Hughes and Pascal and how they have prepared for tonight's debate.
Oct 8 Subway MTA officials unveil the new buses and subway cars. Kind of a preview of what will be.
Oct 8 At large Andy plays auctioneer at a farm animal auction.
Oct 8 Unemployed Protest As unemployment goes over ten percent "Baltimore jobless go to D.C. for protest.
Oct 8 Drug Bust State police make their biggest cocaine bust in state history.
Oct 8 K-Mart Trial K-Mart murder trial continues.widow of murder victim takes the stand.
Oct 8 Contact 2 Contact 2 helps people get their just desserts from social security.
Oct 8 Two on the Road We visit one person who is participating in Baltimore's international jumping classic.
Oct 9 Casting Making it in Hollywood according to the big time casting directors.
Oct 10 Dundalk Berth 13 is dedicated and the construction at the Dundalk marine terminal is complete.
Oct 11 School Board School board decides to go ahead with closings of four Baltimore county elementary schools.
Oct 11 Liquor Board Liquor board denies request by royal farms store of York road for liquor license.
Oct 11 Trash Update Court rules that city must return to twice weekly trash removal.
Oct 11 Stock Analysts Analysts predict which stocks to buy and sell.
Oct 11 Pride of Baltimore Pride of Baltimore gets ready for winter cruise. This is dusk footage.
Oct 11 Crossing Guard Funeral held for first school crossing guard to be killed in the line of duty. Hundreds turn out for the processional.
Oct 11 Dangerous Crossing Brad does a set wrap with another school crossing guard on the dangers of such occupation.
Oct 11 Rothenhoefer Profile of the independent candidate governor. The man nobody has heard of.
Oct 11 Phone Rates Sally's set wrap on part 1 of her 2 part series on long distance phone companies competing with Ma bell.
Oct 11 Rent/Buy Whether it is better to rent or buy your dream home is contemplated in this Peabody award winning news piece.
Oct 11 United Way Impact week kicks off with this first of 5 stories on the latest fundraising venture courtesy of the United Way.
Oct 11 At large Andy shows us the man in his 50's who has the body of a man in his 20's all because he is into physical fitness.
Oct 11 Alcoholic Unit A Baltimore hospital is helping alcoholics with care much closer to home. Better than sending them away.
Oct 11 Contact Contact 2 helps find a lady her own dog. Part one of a two parter.
Oct 12 NFL Strike Federal mediator comes into football strike meeting at Hunt Valley.
Oct 12 Gino's Arrest City police arrest two men for murder of Gino's manager.
Oct 12 Henry Howard Henry Howard will be sentenced on Dec 12 for murder of four elderly relatives. Murder happened July 29.
Oct 12 Pierre DuPont Pierre DuPont Gov. of Delaware shows up to lend support to Robert Pascal's bid for governor.
Oct 12 Wall Street Mike set wraps what the latest wall street surges mean to investors like you and me.
Oct 12 Interest Rates Interest rates are dropping. We want to know what this means to the housing industry and all other money type things.
Oct 12 Phone Rates Sally set wraps part 2 of her series on Ma Bell and her long distance competitors.
Oct 12 Bentley/Long UMA profiles the Bentley-Long congressional battle. One that should be pretty much down to the wire.
Oct 12 Lt. Governor Joan profiles the lieutenant governor's race.
Oct 12 United Way Day 2 of impact week finds Linda Carson at the United Way's recreation and rehabilitation agency.
Oct 12 McKeldin McKeldin fountain is dedicated at a special ceremony and we are there. V/O
Oct 12 At large Andy looks at the speed with which pre-fab homes get put up.
Oct 12 Halloween Bombs Two soldiers found planting bombs around a Jaycee haunted house. Cops find comb making factory in one of their house.
Oct 12 Hadden Avenue Homicide Pregnant woman found murdered at her home.
Oct 12 Visine Ac. A crazy spikes visine drops in Colorado but it's safe here. Look into how to tell if packaging has been tampered with.
Oct 12 Lutherville School We go to one of the schools targeted for possible closing by end of the year.
Oct 12 NX Bureau Artist NX bureau looks at artist who has opened art co-op so everyone can get into art.
Oct 12 Chuck Mangione Chuck Mangione in town to play.
Oct 13 Teachers Teachers upset that school board is reneging on promise to recall teachers.
Oct 13 School Shooting 14 year old students shoots and kills another 14 year old student.
Oct 13 Reagan President Reagan holds new conference. Says he has helped economy and it's not in.
Oct 14 War on drugs President Reagan allocated money for Baltimore and other cities to fight drug problem.
Oct 14 Roper Trial Jury deliberating fate of Jack Jones convicted of murdering Stephanie Ann Roper.
Oct 14 Myers Trial Juicy testimony by Tina Myers at murder trial of Robert Myers accuses of hiring man to kill his wife Mary Ruth Myers.
Oct 14 Hopkins Traffic Hopkins students upset over dangerous traffic problem in front of school.
Oct 14 Move-a-thon Kids participating in move-a-thon to raise money for Ronald McDonald house.
Oct 14 Football NFL types gather at Hunt Valley to end strike. Scott does live wrap to SOT/VO.
Oct 14 Hopkins Traffic Another person hit at Hopkins. Students angry.want intersection improved.
Oct 14 State Teachers Annual state teacher's convention begins.
Oct 14 Kids Stress Kids are sick and missing schools. Partly because of school phobia.
Oct 14 NX Bureau Parking problem in south Baltimore. Residents losing parking places on street to people who work at local plant.
Oct 14 Voter Registration New campaign to get out the vote for general election.
Oct 14 Movie Review Jeff Lyons reviews my favorite year.
Oct 15 FBI Drugs Local FBI types spell out some of the details on how they are going to crack down on drug traffic in Baltimore.
Oct 15 Medical/Food Gas leak in Odella forces a couple of fat. Ruffage is mucho important to your health.
Oct 15 Remington A look at the problems of Remington and what the people are doing to solve them.
Oct 15 Two on the Road We go to the state fair and meet a stained glass maker.
Oct 18 K-Mart Trial Clinton Ellison found guilty of first degree murder.
Oct 18 Gas Leak Gas leak in Odella forces a couple of families out of homes. Construction crew cut gas line.
Oct 18 Medical/Dental A new use for an old cosmetic dental procedure. Plastic capping of teeth to prevent cavities.
Oct 18 Contact 2 Contact 2 gets a couple's wedding pictures for them. 15 months after their wedding.
Oct 18 Villa Julie Halloween Kids taught how to use makeup instead of masks this Halloween.
Oct 18 Two on the Road Two on the road meets a Baltimore artist and his wife here for a show from living in Italy. Joe Sheppard.
Oct 19 Mondale Tour Walter Mondale comes to Maryland to push democratic candidates and get his face seen for 1984 presidential election.
Oct 19 Kirkland AFL CIO President is in town to push for democratic candidates.
Oct 19 NX/Inglewood Neighborhood wants heavy car traffic rerouted out of their area.
Oct 19 Personal Computers First of 3 part series on use of personal computers in the home.
Oct 19 Frostburg Plea Parents of murdered Frostburg state college student Stephanie Ann Roper tries to keep her memory alive by displaying her.
Oct 19 Walter Mondale Former VP Walter Mondale comes to Baltimore as part of his extensive campaign for president, but hasn't officially declared.
Oct 19 AFL CIO Pres Lane Kirkland National Pres of AFL CIO Lane Kirkland comes to Baltimore to urge union members to vote against president Reagan in Nov.
Oct 19 NAACP NAACP officials meet to plan for upcoming state NAACP conference. ENG of meeting VO/ENG.
Oct 19 Murphy-Bentley Former US Senator George Murphy comes to Baltimore to campaign for republican congressional candidate Helen Delitch Bentley. VO/ENG
Oct 19 Halloween Costumes Safety tips for buying Halloween costumes.
Oct 19 Car Alarms Some tips on how not to get your car ripped off.
Oct 19 Celebrity Walter: Andy at large Andy becomes a waiter for a day as part of heart association fundraiser.
Oct 19 Welcome to Woodberry Happy wavers from Woodberry community in Baltimore.
Oct 20 Beth Steel Two groups offer to buy Beth Steel key highway shipyard. We talk to workers.
Oct 20 IBM Urban League New training center opens for the unemployed to teach them high tech skills.
Oct 20 Lexington Market Preview of opening of new arcade at Lexington Market on it's 200th birthday.
Oct 20 Medical/Cancer First part of a series on colon rectal cancer.
Oct 20 Contact 2 Contact 2 helps old woman and her blind son get their check from government.
Oct 20 Personal Computers Part 2 of series on home computers.
Oct 20 Myers We continue following the trial of Robert Myers. Today an Atlantic City casino worker testifies. We also have SOT.
Oct 20 Tylenol State department of health says druggists can put Tylenol tablets back on the shelves. The warning against selling capsules.
Oct 20 Pascal Maryland probation parole and correction association sponsors. A forum for Gubernatorial hopefuls on their stand against crime.
Oct 20 Investors Sally set wraps her "crash course" on the small investor and his playing the stock market. SOT with a local stockbroker.
Oct 20 Retarded Gas A group of handicapped people open up and manage their own business. A service station. Could be first such thing in Maryland.
Oct 20 At large Andy comments on the goings-on at the Hunt Valley Inn regarding the football strike.
Oct 21 Drug Bust Cops raid southwest Baltimore garage Looking for PCP drug lab.arrest three.
Oct 21 Barge Grounded Barge goes around in the bay.they have to unload it's cargo of oil in order to refloat it.no leak.
Oct 21 Kens Kids Kens kids goes to Mount Washington school for boys.military school.
Oct 21 Medical/Cancer Part 2 of a 3 part series by Tobie.
Oct 21 Neighborhood Bureau City finally agrees to demolish an abandoned annex to a junior high school.
Oct 21 Personal Computers Part 3 in a series on home computers.the pros and cons.
Oct 21 School Board Baltimore teachers union rallies outside Loch Raven elementary against classroom overcrowding and teacher recall B-4.
Oct 21 Ford Foundation Three Baltimore high schools get 20 thousand dollar grants from the Ford Foundation.
Oct 21 Pascal Ads Pascal has his latest set of tv ads ready to go. We see them in advance.
Oct 21 Postal Postal service is fighting its image of slow service while its private competitors are trying to capitalize on it.
Oct 21 Mortgages Local mortgage rates dropping suddenly making home buying something worth looking into for the average Joe.
Oct 21 Coca-Cola Jesse Jackson is in Washington to celebrate the first anniversary of coca-cola's agreement to put money back into black community.
Oct 21 Editorial This week's editorial deals with the standing ovation Orlinsky got at the city council meeting the night he resigned.
Oct 21 At large Andy goes to a re-store.where kids can have fun inexpensively with doo-dads that nobody would ever think of having fun with.
Oct 22 Chemical Fire Alcolac chemical plant catches fire again.
Oct 22 Orlinsky Orlinsky is sentenced to jail for his guilty plea to extortion.
Oct 22 Street Repairs Baltimore will spend millions of dollars to fix up its streets. Largest project in city's history.
Oct 22 Medical/Cancer Tobie finishes her report on colon rectal cancer.
Oct 22 Contact 2 Contact 2 helps teen get a new bike after his new one broke hours after purchase.
Oct 22 Two on the Road An ode to fall.look at all the pretty colors.
Oct 22 City Reax Mayor Schaefer and city council folk Kweisi Mfume, Clarence Du Burns and George Della react to the Orlinsky sentencing.
Oct 22 Sunpapers Day after Sun papers fire deemed suspicious. We talk with Reg Murphy about it. Joyce pkg.
Oct 22 Martin Marietta Martin Marietta aerospace completes the first of 48 missile launchers for the U.S. navy. We are at the officiating ceremony.
Oct 22 Steelworkers Steelworkers of America local 2610 gives away 9000 lbs. of food to unemployed steelworkers in the local.
Oct 22 Rabies State health officials say we are in the midst of the worst outbreak of rabies in a long time. This VO/SOT talks about.
Oct 22 NAACP Statewide convention of NAACP chapters here on a weekend deal. Talking about trusting politicians.
Oct 22 At large Andy goes to York PA the barbell capital of the world in search of the body beautiful.
Oct 25 Du Burns Councilman Clarence Du Burns elected as new city councilman to replace Walter Orlinsky.
Oct 25 Anacin Anacin poisoned out in Colorado.
Oct 25 Bone Marrow Local prisoner donates some of his bone marrow so his brother can use it in a transplant.
Oct 25 Medical Costs Local conference on rising medical costs and what the feds can do about it. V/O SOT.
Oct 25 Contact 2 Contact 2 finds old photos that were lost by drug store that was supposed to make copies of them.
Oct 25 Two on the Road We meet a woman who lives without modern facilities by her own choice. She is an artist.paints walls.
Oct 25 Ocean City Joan goes to the eastern shore to check out the damage from high winds and heavy rains that have been pounding Ocean City.
Oct 25 Council Live remote from city hall where Baltimore elects its first black city council president; Du Burns; 15-1-2 is the vote.
Oct 25 Fire Follow-up V/O of firefighters dousing the smoldering remains of the nine-alarm warehouse fire from two days ago.
Oct 25 Kerosene Sally set wraps her story on the safety of consumers using kerosene as a home heating method.
Oct 25 Pet Therapy Pets used as therapy at retirement type homes as companions for the elderly.
Oct 25 NOAA The National Oceanic and Atmospheric administration is perched in the inner harbor for a week of informational offerings.
Oct 25 At large Andy looks at the booming bagel business in Baltimore.
Oct 25 Lexington Market Exclusive report that construction of the Lexington Market arcade may have favored one contractor.
Oct 25 Egyptian Exhibit Egyptian art exhibit opens at Walters's art gallery.
Oct 26 Conaway Ruling Judge will not take Mary Conaway off of ballot even though convicted of violating election laws. Lawyers appeal to.
Oct 26 Pascal Campaign Pascal attacks reports that his campaign is broke and moral are at all time low.
Oct 26 Neighborhood Bureau Profile of Baltimore neighborhood that is fighting its own battles to solve problems.
Oct 26 UN Day Baltimore celebrates United Nations day.
Oct 26 ACME/Food town Mike set wraps the reopening of the former ACME market now under the name of food town. The story is they've rehired the.
Oct 26 AFSCME Some women working for the state are charging that they are getting paid less than men with comparable position. AFSCME.
Oct 26 Mitchell More on the controversy surrounding the ousting of Mary Conaway from the ballot. Parren Mitchell holds a meeting to talk.
Oct 26 Wood Stoves Sally set wraps her wood stove safety piece. Video of wood stoves and fireplace.
Oct 26 Sister City Mayor Schaefer signs proclamation deeming the town of Luxor Egypt as our sister city.
Oct 26 Golden Age Walters art gallery exhibit of Egypt's golden age opens amid lots of fanfare. Tells how it was to live 3000 years ago.
Oct 26 At large Andy profiles the business of a man who makes megabucks making ice.
Oct 27 Tainted Soda Delaware officials are examining Pepsi bottle that may have ammonia in it. Woman took a mouthful and then spit it out.
Oct 27 Bail Hearing Bail is refused for man accused of strangling a Baltimore county woman in Bonnie Ridge apartments.
Oct 27 7 11 shooting Suspect shot by police after beating up another cop and taking her gun.
Oct 27 Shock Trauma Tobie takes a look at the workings of the shock trauma unit.
Oct 27 Contact 2 Contact 2 helps lady get new pair of shoes for her baby preserved after company loses pair she wanted to be bronzed.
Oct 27 Market Follow-up Andy follows up on his exclusive report. Today we hear how city officials react to charges of favoritism in construction.
Oct 27 Burns Clarence Du Burns is captured in action in his first real day as city council president. Joyce profiles him.
Oct 27 Fireplaces Sally set wraps her third installment of home heating safety. This time its fireplaces and the role of the chimney sweep.
Oct 27 Crab Cook Kathie attends a cooking Olympics down at the Lexington Market. They're cooking up crabs in every way imaginable.
Oct 28 Election Trauma We check on procedures for counting the
Oct 28 Nurses Newsweek Nurses angry over Newsweek article that votes to see if there are any more chances of getting the wrong results.
Oct 28 Bone Drilling Doctors converge on Baltimore to learn new technique for orthopedic surgery. A new bone drill.
Oct 28 Southwest Traffic Report on various traffic problems in southwest Baltimore. Dangerous for kids crossing streets.
Oct 28 Lyric Opera House Renovation is almost complete on the lyric opera house.
Oct 28 Westinghouse Brad does a live remote with eng side roll of Westinghouse guy telling us what the planned expansion means for Marylanders.
Oct 28 Zip Trip Democrats on their final swing through Baltimore before the elections next week. SOT with Hughes.
Oct 28 Pascal Pascal and one of his final swings through Baltimore before next week's elections.
Oct 28 Gas Main Gas main leak adjacent to the beltway and old court road forces the road to be closed for two hours. Gas main sealed.
Oct 28 Blankets Electric blanket safety has to do with the number of thermostats in the blanket. This one is strictly for the consumers.
Oct 28 Editorial Arnie talks about how to make Halloween safe for the kiddies in light of the Tylenol type crimes.
Oct 28 At large Andy shows us how we can have the best dressed pumpkin on the block.
Oct 29 Halloween Safety A how to guide to having a safe Halloween in Baltimore.
Oct 29 Pumpkin Patch City is offering alternative Halloween party. The world's greatest pumpkin patch.
Oct 29 Asthma People who suffer asthma are going to have a rough winter. Doctors talk about the care and treatment of asthma.
Oct 29 Schweiker Richard Schweiker is in town to talk about America's war of measles.
Oct 29 Contact 2 Contact 2 helps unemployed look for a lost unemployment check.
Oct 29 Two on the Road Two on the road takes us to a haunted hotel for Halloween.
Oct 29 Kid Killer An Essex couple is charged in the starvation death of their 6-year old daughter Linda. Set wraps the two being brought to.
Oct 29 Essex Reax We get reax from the Sanders' neighbors in Essex as they react to charges that the couple starved their girl to death.
Oct 29 Decision Reax Mary Conway reacts to court of appeals decision that she stay on the ballot for register of Wills. Duffy reacts too.
Oct 29 A.A. Exec Joan profiles the race for Anne Arundel county executive between GOP Hammond and democrat Lighthizer.
Oct 29 Financial Supermarkets It's called Sears Financial Network and some Sears's stores have what amounts to one stop financial shopping in the retail.
Oct 29 Neighborhood Report Promo for half-hour show that covers the problem low income families face looking for decent housing.
Oct 29 At large Andy goes to the crab cooking Olympics at the Lexington Market.