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November 1982

WMAR-TV News (WMAR)

Series II. News Stock Footage Video, 1982-1987


November 1982

Month
Date
Story
Description
Nov 1 Pre Election We take a look at pre election activities. Including prediction of mayor's voter turnout.
Nov 1 State House We see what if anything is happening at State House as candidates are out for last minute campaigning.
Nov 1 Batco Crime Serious crime drops in Baltimore county.
Nov 1 Arthritis Baltimore is a center of research into cures for arthritis.
Nov 1 Contact 2 Contact 2 has yet another warning against fly by night housing repair companies.
Nov 1 BGE BGE announces new plan to turn power back on to people who had it turned off for lack of payment.
Nov 1 Two on the Road Susan introduces us to the oyster lady.
Nov 1 Pascal/Hughes Live remote of Pascal with side roll of Hughes as they campaign down at harbor place for the last time before elections.
Nov 1 Kid Killers The couple accused of starving their little girl to death appeal their bail but it is maintained.
Nov 1 Child Abuse Linda does a generic child abuse piece as a sidebar to the kid killers story. This one asks what is done in abuse cases.
Nov 1 Coffee Sally set wraps a consumer piece on the city's coffee drinking trends compared with the national trend.
Nov 1 Movie Kids News piece that focuses on the safety of child actors while working. In light of the Vic Morrow disaster.
Nov 2 Set up Video of voters at the polls. VO.
Nov 2 Candidates Vote VO of long Sarbanes Hogan and governor Hughes voting in election.
Nov 2 Hughes HQ A quick look back at the Hughes campaign this time around.
Nov 2 Pascal Vote VO of Robert Pascal casting his vote.
Nov 2 Pascal HQ A quick look at the Pascal campaign.
Nov 2 Rothenhoefer Pkg on write in candidate for governor. His name was not posed at all on the polls.
Nov 2 Smoking Maryland youngsters are being used in anti smoking study and campaign.
Nov 2 Steelworkers Pay Some laid off steel workers will be getting sub pay from Beth Steel. The company has found some money to give them.
Nov 2 NX Bureau Communities are doing all they can to transport people to the voting booth. Getting out the vote.
Nov 2 Schaefer Remake of the Schaefer cover story from 1981. This honors Schaefer's gist birthday and 11th year in office on this election.
Nov 2 Loyola Senior citizen residents of Wynnewood want to talk with their new landlord-Loyola College, about not evicting them.
Nov 2 O'Donnell Video of the O'Donnell funeral.
Nov 2 At large Andy does his "you win some you lose some" perspective on the local 1982 elections.
Nov 3 Stewarts Closing Local Stewarts stores are being bought out. Closing for several months.
Nov 3 Overview Voter's reaction to winners of Maryland election.
Nov 3 Reagan React Reagan says the election was a message to stay the course.
Nov 3 Unemployment People on the unemployment line talks about how they hope the newly elected will help them get jobs.
Nov 3 Depression Part one of two part report on how doctors are treating depression.
Nov 3 MTA Accident MTA bus is hit by car. Ten people taken to hospital for minor injuries.
Nov 3 Contact 2 Contact 2 helps lady get an anti-truck pole placed in front of her house so trucks wont back into the side of her house.
Nov 3 NCPAC NCPAC spent a lot of bucks to get its candidates elected in Maryland. It didn't work. Is this the end of NCPAC in.?
Nov 3 Hughes Joan set wraps her package with Hughes that talks about his plans for the next four years in office.
Nov 3 Pascal Pascal talks about the campaign in retrospect. V/O SOT
Nov 3 Lighthizer The new Anne Arundel county executive holds his first news conference. Lighthizer is the first democratic co. executive in a..
Nov 3 Black Vote Lyn talks about how the black vote affected some of the major city races.
Nov 3 Stewarts V/O of Stewarts announcement that they are closings all their stores and changing their name to Caldor.
Nov 3 Consumer Winterize Sally set wraps today's consumer piece which focuses on the necessary steps to take when winterizing your car.
Nov 3 At large Today's at large comments on the demise of NCPAC in Maryland.
Nov 4 Ray Fight Sugar Ray Leonard gives strongest indication yet that he will fight Marvin Hagler in Baltimore.
Nov 4 Navy Layoffs Navy says it will lay off 600 workers in Annapolis at naval academy over the next few years.
Nov 4 Stewarts Follow-up to Stewarts closing. Reaction of customers and neighboring businesses.
Nov 4 Depression Part 2 of report linking depression to rising unemployment.
Nov 4 NX Bureau A look at half way house for delinquent boys. Place where they get a second chance.
Nov 4 Fish Market Construction is still halted at marketplace where asbestos contamination is the issue. The state wants to know who is to blame.
Nov 4 Southwest Waste City and Balto county agree to a waste disposal plan that will save energy bring in revenue and create 1000 temporary.
Nov 4 Klan Plans made for this weekend's klan anti-klan marches in Montgomery county.
Nov 4 Discount Broker Brad set wraps a piece on how discount brokers may help the "little guy" to making money in the market w/short term.
Nov 4 Nurses Scores Nurses graduating from the community college of Baltimore have one of the highest testing scores in the country.
Nov 4 At large Andy has the opportunity to play linesman at the WCT Maryland tennis tournament at Towson State.
Nov 5 Drug Bust Follow-up Follow-up on drug busts that were the result of radio call in show tips.
Nov 5 Valley Street Fire Another rowhouse fire in Baltimore. No one hurt.
Nov 5 Unemployment State unemployment down. We see one neighborhood that has seen on let up in layoffs.
Nov 5 NFL Charities United way and other charities are hurting because pf NFL strike. They aren't getting the usual donations.
Nov 5 Yogurt We look at how people are practicing preventive medicine by eating yogurt to ward off winter illness.
Nov 5 Contact 2 Contact 2 gets county to fix driveway apron on new home.
Nov 5 Asbestos Possible asbestos contamination at the post office in Bel Air and it could be endangering the workers there.
Nov 5 Abandoned Baby Follow-up report on baby Jane Doe found abandoned in a dumpster behind a supermarket.
Nov 5 KKK Advancer Deloris advances this weekend Ku Klux Klan and anti-klan marches in Montgomery county. SOT with Parren Mitchell.
Nov 5 Ice Rink V/O of ice rink at the memorial stadium and the problems with deciding on an agreed to admission charge.
Nov 5 Two on the Road Susan goes to Annapolis and finds that those old dolls you've been saving may be worth a lot of money.
Nov 6 Klan Rally Klan rally and anti-klan rally near Washington.
Nov 6 Nuke Meeting Meeting at Hopkins about dread of nuclear war and how doctors can't deal with it's aftermath.
Nov 6 Vets Vets across the country talk about their problems via telecommunication network set-up by public tv.
Nov 6 Liddy Convicted Watergate burglar Gordon Liddy coming to town for a roast.
Nov 6 Project Survival Celebrities' gold for project survival.
Nov 6 Football Fate Football fate hangs by a thread as strike wages on and time runs out.
Nov 6 Fans How do fans feel about continuing strike?
Nov 6 Bloomingdale's Bloomingdale's may be coming to inner harbor. Both businesses and potential customers say "welcome."
Nov 6 Warehouse Follow-up Parents worried because teenagers continue to play and burn down abandoned warehouse in south Baltimore.
Nov 6 Francis House Francis house opens for prayer 14 hours a day.
Nov 6 Leaves First Sunday of "you rake 'em, bag 'em" city picks up leaves.
Nov 8 Church Vandals Vandals attack Baptist church overnight. Destroying much in it.
Nov 8 Teenage Alcohol Teens are drinking themselves to death. New government alcohol abuse prevention program.
Nov 8 Migraines Report on care and prevention of migraine headaches.
Nov 8 Sugar Ray Leonard Preparations for tomorrow night's gala announcement by Sugar Ray Leonard. Will he fight again?
Nov 8 Contact 2 How to avoid the appliance repair trap.
Nov 8 Two on the Road Two on the road introduces us to a performer who also teaches kids music in school.
Nov 8 Harbor Safety City council once again heard the harbor safety question. Linda gets reaction from folks in the harbor about harbor.
Nov 8 Asbestos V/O SOT from a meeting to discuss the problem of asbestos contamination down at marketplace.
Nov 8 Leadership Lou does a preview of tomorrow's official arrival of all the new democrats who won in last week's elections.
Nov 8 Xmas Mail Sally set wraps a piece on overseas Xmas mailing deadlines. SOT with post office worker.
Nov 8 MTA Buses MTA brings out some of it's new fleet.downtown riders get a free ride for three days this week so they can see what the.
Nov 8 At Large Andy proves to us that not only "are we what we eat" but we are what we drink as well.
Nov 9 Courthouse shooting Convicted killer sentenced to life.tries to escape courthouse and is captured.but not before security guard fires.
Nov 9 Principal Power School system to change power structure, giving principals more power.
Nov 9 Church Vandal Follow-up Follow-up on church that was vandalized.
Nov 9 Obesity Part 1 of 3 part report on obesity.
Nov 9 Safe Driving Kids Teens in Annapolis are now patrolling streets and driving home others who are drunk so they won't get behind a wheel.
Nov 9 Roper Rally Friends and family of Stephanie Roper rally in Annapolis for death penalty reform.
Nov 9 Subway New metro subway system may be delayed again if the next shipment of cars doesn't arrive on time.
Nov 9 Xmas Travel Sally set wraps the importance of making your holiday travel plans early.
Nov 9 Kid Smoking American lung association starts new program to stop pre-teens from smoking before they start.
Nov 9 Blue Chip Joyce talks about what the money raised at the Sugar Ray civic center function will go to in the blue-chip program.
Nov 10 Vets Memorial Joan goes to DC for the reading of the names of the war dead and the beginning of the veterans day remembrance.
Nov 10 Klan Report Governor's task force on bigotry issues its report and finds that citizens of this state feel bigotry cannot be tolerated.
Nov 10 Cenikor Cenikor is a drug rehabilitation program that keeps its folks for a couple of years until they are ready to lead a.
Nov 10 Mail Order Sally set wraps the legalities attached to ordering merchandise by mail. Catalogs etc.
Nov 10 At large Andy attends the one and only mayor Schaefer look-alike contest.
Nov 10 High School Murder Follow-up to murder of high school kid on campus who was killed while trying to break up a fight
Nov 10 Mock Disaster Maryland's medical vaccination unit puts on a performance for the pentagon so military types can learn about emergency rescue.
Nov 10 Obesity Tobie continue her series on obesity.
Nov 10 Contact 2 Contact 2 helps people get leaky water heater fixed and reimbursed for monstrous electric bill.
Nov 10 Woody Woodpecker Local company has just made a woody woodpecker balloon for Macy's thanksgiving day parade.
Nov 11 Ann Arundel Cop Shot Two people are dead, six people wounded
Nov 11 Brezhnev Obit Leonid Brezhnev-Soviet president dies at age 75. His last days and obit.
Nov 11 Reagan/Brezhnev President Reagan reacts to death of Soviet president Leonid Brezhnev and makes a veterans day speech. Discusses Vietnam.
Nov 11 Space Shuttle Launch Fifth flight of the space shuttle Columbia and first commercial flight takes off. Perfect lift off.
Nov 11 Altobelli Rumor that Joe Altobelli will be next Orioles manager.
Nov 11 Snader Warehouse Fire Five alarm fires rip through vacant warehouse on Snader Avenue.
Nov 11 Reisterstown Plaza Grand opening of the Reisterstown plaza package.
Nov 11 Brezhnev Leonid Brezhnev dies. File and Reagan sound bite.
Nov 11 Walesa Free File of Lech Walesa.
Nov 11 Walesa React Local reaction to news that Lech Walesa will soon be a free man in Poland.
Nov 11 Vets Day Local veterans day observances.
Nov 11 Shuttle Space shuttle Columbia lifts off on fifth mission.this one is a commercial mission.
Nov 11 Tylenol Tylenol is going back on the shelves with three news safety packaging features.
Nov 11 Obesity Part 3 of a series on obesity.
Nov 11 Pagoda Report on neighborhood that is helping renovate an observation tower. A pagoda in part of city.
Nov 11 Kid Vets Day Young students talk about the meaning of Veterans day.
Nov 11 Galesville Double shooting in A.A. county and a police shootout injures six officers. Joan does first of two reports.
Nov 11 A.A. Shooting Second of two reports on the police shootout in A.A. county that left six policemen injured. This one looks at neighborhood.
Nov 11 Brezhnev Baltimoreans react to the death of soviet president Leonid Brezhnev.
Nov 11 Belgrade Local foreign affairs expert from Towson state reacts to the death of Brezhnev and the worldwide effect and the release.
Nov 11 At large Andy shows and tells what he found at the industrial show.
Nov 12 Andropov Yuri Andropov becomes leader of the communist party in Soviet Union.
Nov 12 Brehnev Funeral Preparations for funeral for Leonid Brezhnev.
Nov 12 Walesa News of Lech Walesa to be freed causes people in Poland to run through the streets screaming his name.
Nov 12 Shuttle Astronauts wake up to music on first day of STS 5 mission. The first to carry commercial payload.
Nov 12 Altobelli Joe Altobelli arrives at national airport for announcement of new manager for the Orioles former Yankee.
Nov 12 Pigtown Southwest community of pigtown opens center for major revitalization of community.
Nov 12 Two on the Road Two on the road finds wild geese on the western shore of Maryland.
Nov 12 Tylenol Johnson and Johnson introduce tamper proof packaging for Tylenol after seven die in Chicago from cyanide laced pills.
Nov 12 Orioles Manager Orioles announce they have hired a new manager, Joe Altobelli.
Nov 12 Obesity Final part of special medical report on obesity in America.
Nov 12 Contact 2 Contact two helps group of people get back together in building so they can eat together. A city program.
Nov 12 Two on the Road Wild Canadian geese spend winter on western Maryland shore at the Merkle Wildlife refuge.
Nov 12 Mos Reax We get man on the street reaction to the appointing of Altobelli as the new Oriole's manager.
Nov 12 Nurses Strike First organized nurses strike in Maryland.
Nov 12 Roper V/O SOT with Roberta Roper mother of slain Stephanie Ann Roper as she crusades for tougher murder penalties in the state.
Nov 12 School Close Found more Balto county schools may be closed at the end of the school year because of declining enrollments.
Nov 12 At large Andy talks about the ongoing battle mailmen have dealing with vicious dogs and what's being done to help them.
Nov 15 Brezhnev Tens of thousands watch as Soviet president Leonid Brezhnev is buried in red square in Moscow.
Nov 15 Walesa Thousands cheer and greet Lech Walesa as he arrives home after internment speaks to people about future of labor move.
Nov 15 Christmas Accident Video of Kevin Cooper a convicted of auto manslaughter of Montgomery family of five and shots of the Christmas.
Nov 15 Fuel Assistance 32 million dollars available for aid for needy for winter fuel bills folks begin lining up to apply.
Nov 15 CCB Theft Accountant at community college of Baltimore steals more than $380,000 is indicted today.
Nov 15 Energy Assistance People sign up for financial help in paying their winter heating bills.
Nov 15 Head Lice Outbreak of head lice in Baltimore county. Doctors expect more cases before stopping it in a few weeks.
Nov 15 Heart Failure Doctors announce new drug to prevent heart failure.
Nov 15 Adopt a Smoker Jack Dawson is adopted by MD attorney general Steve Sachs in adopt a smoker program. Wants to get him to stop smoking.
Nov 15 Contact 2 Contact 2 helps lady get her IRS check from the IRS. First it was lost, and then it was sent to the wrong address.
Nov 15 Two on the Road Two of the water today. Susan goes sailing on the Mustang with Captain Gerry.
Nov 15 Cooper Kevin Cooper is sentenced to only 6 months in a detention center program in connection with the drunk driving accident killing 5.
Nov 15 Sentence Joan looks at the possibilities of changing sentencing guidelines in the state.
Nov 15 School Violence V/O SOT that looks at the problem of how to curb school violence.
Nov 15 Housing Sally set wraps the latest going-on in the housing industry.
Nov 15 Education Week First of our five reports for national education week. Today we go to Roland Park School. Part of the city system but a good.
Nov 15 At large Andy talks back to a talking coke machine.
Nov 15 Israel Israel stands still as it mourns 75 killed in explosion in tyre and death of Aleeza begin.
Nov 16 JFX Wreck Major accident on the Jones Falls expressway because of four robbery suspects who were chased across the highway.
Nov 16 Plane Crash Follow-up Follow-up on plane crash that killed six members of a Baltimore family. Video of crash site and we talk to pilots son.
Nov 16 Shuttle Space shuttle Columbia lands after completing its fifth mission in space. First commercial cargo.
Nov 16 Sheppard Pratt Cops investigating suspicious death at hospital.
Nov 16 Pot Burning Howard county cops burn three and a half tons of pot.
Nov 16 Heart Attack Part 2 of medical report of heart attack prevention.
Nov 16 Seco Schools Residents of Southwest Baltimore are fighting school closing. Want better quality education.
Nov 16 Doll Show Salvation Army sponsors doll show.
Nov 16 Flamingo Road New baby flamingos at the Baltimore zoo.
Nov 16 Cooper Judge We get an exclusive with Judge Gilmore who sentenced Kevin Cooper to 6 months in jail on a drunken driving manslaughter.
Nov 16 Satellite We go to Goddard space center to talk about the role the Soviet satellite played in spotting the plane that crashed in.
Nov 16 Turkey 1 Sally set wraps the first of 2 parts on everything you wanted to know about turkeys but didn't dare ask.
Nov 17 Colts Camp We go out to Colts camp now that the strike is over. Colts are preparing for first game against the Jets.
Nov 17 Strike Ends We take a look at what the players wanted at start of strike and what they settled for.
Nov 17 Pension Mayor upset about using city pension money for mortgages.
Nov 17 Siamese Twins The last of the Salveggio twins goes home. This way the Siamese Twin separated at Hopkins.
Nov 17 Contact 2 Contact 2 helps pregnant diabetic woman get machine to test and inject her insulin.
Nov 17 Reservoir Hill Residents of Reservoir Hill upset. They protest.
Nov 17 Toys for Tots Mayor kicks off this year's Toys for Tots campaign.
Nov 17 Cable TV City opens bids for Baltimore's cable TV franchise.
Nov 17 Education Week Linda goes to a public school that is on par with private schools in the area. All part of American Education week.
Nov 17 Colts Money Deloris takes a look at the winners and losers in the 57 NFL strike. Specific attention to Baltimore businesses.
Nov 17 Stadium Lyn does a NFL strike ends piece that focuses on the folks who will be returning to gainful employment.
Nov 17 Superintendent Lou talks with the superintendent of A. A. county schools who is proposing to lengthen the school day. We also talk with.
Nov 17 Turkey 2 Sally set wraps Part 2 of her consumer series on everything you wanted to know about turkeys but didn't dare ask.
Nov 17 At large Andy treats us to meeting the man who claims to be the best blackjack player in the world. He says he can teach us too.
Nov 18 MADD Protest Mothers against drunk drivers rally on the steps of the Carroll county courthouse against Gilmore sentencing on Kevin C.
Nov 18 Education Week Today's installment of American Education week takes Linda to a city school that's run by the best principal in the city.
Nov 18 At large Andy disputes esquire's claims to the 100 best bars in the country including the five that are right here in charm city.
Nov 18 City Budget Annual cry for more money at City Hall, but it now appears city budget officials are not crying wolf.
Nov 18 Sludge Dump East Baltimore residents are angry about city plans to burn sludge at Pulaski Highway incident.
Nov 18 Shelter Network The greater Baltimore shelter network is trying to find help to place homeless in shelters.
Nov 18 Israeli Fashions Ken and Brad are models at Israeli fashion show.
Nov 18 Collagen A new cosmetic medical procedure is a major development for repairing aging and scarred skin.
Nov 18 Smoke Out Today is the great American smoke out.
Nov 18 Falls Walk City will now sponsor a walk through part of downtown to blend city's past with future. Called Falls walk.
Nov 18 Movie Review Lyons reviews class reunion. He hates it.
Nov 19 Magnum A.A.county cops will be issued 357 magnums to replace their 38's against the general consensus of the county citizens.
Nov 19 Aberdeen Hostage Man holds wife at bay for nine hours and our Kathi Bond is there gathering facts. Anyway, all ends ok and no one is injured.
Nov 19 Stiegerwald V/O SOT at the funeral of the family who died in the plane crash in Martinsville Va.
Nov 19 Education Week Last of 5 reports on education week. This time Linda Carson goes out to the country for an inside look at a rural school.
Nov 19 Parade Route Joan previews this year's trek down Charles Street with a little history of why we have the parade in that part of town.
Nov 19 At large Andy tells us about an upcoming wine festival at the Boordy vineyards in Long Green.
Nov 19 Steelworkers React Local steelworkers react to rejection of new contract concessions with steel makers.
Nov 19 White Marsh Body Police find body of murder man in empty field near White Marsh mall.
Nov 19 CPR Oncology Pkg on CPR Saturday in Maryland. And opening of new oncology unit at Johns Hopkins hospital.
Nov 19 Contact 2 Woman gets burned during performs at a Chinese restaurant. Restaurant finally pays bills.
Nov 19 Villa Julie Students at villa Julie send food off to Maryland soldiers in Beirut for Thanksgiving.
Nov 19 Two on the Road Mount Vernon Estate is now open to the public for tours. We get a look see in side.
Nov 22 Aquarium Ants Aquarium is infested with ants that came in on a plant shipment from Brazil.
Nov 22 Snow Removal City highway department is gearing up for snow removal. May have trouble finding money to get rid of all of it through.
Nov 22 Small Business Small business in Annapolis and the area are taking a bath
Nov 22 Message Therapeutic massage is part of holistic medicine. Can ease stress and illness.
Nov 22 Contact 2 Contact 2 points out the places where people can get help paying their fuel bills this winter.
Nov 22 Two on the Road We meet the Ryan family. With 16 adopted kids.
Nov 22 Aquarium Problems Linda does a compilation of aquarium in light of the current problem of South American black ants.
Nov 22 Subway Car V/O of latest subway car coming down I-83 from Pennsylvania.
Nov 22 Villa Julie Villa Julie college calls in the Marines to accept food packages to go overseas to the Marines in Beirut for Thanksgiving.
Nov 22 Hadassah Jack and Susan strut down the runway all for Hadassah at Hunt Valley Inn. V/O.
Nov 22 Delorean Joyce checks out whether the sales of Deloreans are up since his cocaine caper.
Nov 22 At large Andy shows us the 1983 Baltimore's sexiest celebrity calendar with Jack and Susan as Mr. and Mrs. February.
Nov 23 Cab Follow-up Follow-up report on cabbie murder. Police finally have door of cab he was murdered in as a clue.
Nov 23 Monument Street Landfill State health tries to say they have found the two companies responsible for dumping hazardous waste at monument street land.
Nov 23 Mackin Funeral Catherine Mackin funeral in Towson. Biggies attend including Senator Kennedy, Tom Brokaw, David Brinkley etc.
Nov 23 Blue Cross Blue Cross Blue Shield asks for a rate hike. Old folks say they can't afford anymore.
Nov 23 Mayor Vandals Mayor meets with school types to make a deal on how to cut down vandalism.
Nov 23 Wilbur Hicks Mayor declares this Wilbur Hicks Baltimore's best game play day. Wilbur is big winner on tic tac dough.
Nov 23 Andy at large Open auditions for local parts in the musical showboat. Little local girl is big winner.
Nov 23 Sleep-In UMA goes live from city hall where a public hearing is being held about proposed plan to make it a crime to sleep in the.
Nov 23 Social Security More on social security cutbacks.
Nov 23 A.A. Drugs A.A. county is besieged with drug smuggling. Lou talks about what is being down to curtail it.
Nov 23 Dentist Anxiety Tobie tells us how dentists make it less painful to make trips to the dentist's office.
Nov 23 Cancer Kids V/O of kids tearing down the wall at Johns Hopkins.
Nov 23 Photographer's Show Registerstown: a nostalgic look as a photographer gathers pictures of the community and takes his pictorial show on the road.
Nov 24 Emergency Aid Lou talks about how overrun organizations are will requests for help this season. Some have to turn people away in.
Nov 24 Ripkin Cal Ripkin Jr. voted in as rookie of the year. Jack is on the set to tell us about it.
Nov 24 CPR Tobie tells us about a new technique in CPR that you can teach to yourself.
Nov 24 Contact 2 Ed tells us about what is being done to help the needy at centers around the area on Thanksgiving.
Nov 24 KKK V/O SOT about anti-klan factions gearing up for a countermarch in Washington D.C. on Saturday.
Nov 24 Student Shooting Student shot coming out of Carver High School. He wouldn't give gang members his tennis shoes.
Nov 24 Egg Man Trial Opening arguments in the trial of youth who allegedly murdered Carrol county egg merchant.
Nov 24 Gas Tax What if anything will Maryland get out of newly proposed five cent a gallon gasoline tax.
Nov 24 Grocery Shopping Sally goes shopping for Thanksgiving dinner. How much can you save?
Nov 24 Family Week This is great American family week. We meet Maryland's great American family.
Nov 24 Editorial Editorial against proposal that would lock up the homeless for sleeping in public places.
Nov 24 Andy at large Meet the White Marsh Santa who works out to keep in shape for the holiday season.
Nov 24 Police Brutality Charges of police brutality and incompetence may be ignored by the city residents.
Nov 26 Deer Kill State is opening Wye Island to hunters to thin out the deer population.
Nov 26 Christmas shopping This is the biggest shopping day of the year. Day after Thanksgiving we take a look at the malls.
Nov 26 Youth Speak out Baltimore's teens gather to speak out on their problems so the oldsters know what they face.
Nov 26 Toy Festival Toy festival at the science center.
Nov 26 Harbor Parade Inner Harbor parade to welcome Santa who arrives by ship and Donald O'Connor who is starring in showboat.
Nov 26 Andy at large Andy relaxes in a stress flotation tank.
Nov 26 Tickets Last day to pay outstanding parking tickets or you don't get your vehicle tag in the mail.
Nov 26 Contact 2 Ed set wraps the problem of someone charging stuff illegally on our charge accounts.
Nov 26 2 on Road A preview look at the Maryland kennel show as Susan goes to visit a woman with pet Afghans.
Nov 29 Meyers Trial Closing arguments in the Robert Meyers murder for hire trial.
Nov 29 Toy Safety We look at how to buy a safe toy for your kid this Christmas.
Nov 29 Tax Man 1 Part 1 of news Paul Strassels series on how to survive paying income tax. Introduction to what is ahead.
Nov 29 Fog Accident A foggy morning in Baltimore causes fender bender all over the place.
Nov 29 Wave Energy Experiment in Annapolis is studying possibility of harnessing waves for energy.
Nov 29 Andy at large A store in White Marsh is selling slot machines for gifts.
Nov 29 City Council Council wrap on video games and Denver boot issue and update on unemployed Bill of Rights.
Nov 29 Hospital Candlelight Vigil Voice over of candle light vigil with bite from 1199 spokesman.
Nov 29 Myers Trial Package on final arguments in Myers trial.
Nov 29 Schaefer Mayor travels to Nebraska to check out Murdock development there.
Nov 29 China Art Ming Dynasty art on display at Wilson's limited.
Nov 29 BWI's 4 millionth Passenger BWI welcomes passenger number 4 million. Includes video of woman and sound bite reaction.
Nov 29 Fire Fire breaks out in barn at St Timothy's.
Nov 30 Meyers Trial The case goes to the jury and they are still deliberating.
Nov 30 Tylenol Arrest LA police arrest man for questioning in Tylenol killings. Suspects name Iskevin Masterson.
Nov 30 Rogers School Murder 17 year old black female found stabbed to death by students.
Nov 30 Murder Reax People react to Rogers school murder and a second stabbing in same east Baltimore neighborhood that night.
Nov 30 Drug Contest A.A. county schools are sponsoring a contest in which student's campaign against drugs and booze.
Nov 30 Tax Man 2 Part 2 of Strassels series on income tax. He talks about using the right form.
Nov 30 Andy at large Company will take a picture of your home from the air for a price.
Nov 30 Tylenol L.A. police arrest Masterson as a possible suspect in the Chicago Tylenol murders.
Nov 30 Task Force Governor's task force in Annapolis looking into what to do about the high rate of unemployment in Maryland.
Nov 30 Harbor Tunnel 25th anniversary of the opening of the harbor tunnel. V/O SOT.
Nov 30 High Blood Pressure Tobie tells us about how teenagers are participating in a high blood pressure study.
Nov 30 NX Bureau City wants to sell a piece of land that kids have been using as a park.
Nov 30 Murder Attack on 28 year old man in Pimlico.
Nov 30 Murders Today UMA examines two east Baltimore murders today. One at Rogers Elementary school includes police composite.
Nov 30 Orlinsky Preview of Allenwood where Walter Orlinsky enters tomorrow.