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December 1982

WMAR-TV News (WMAR)

Series II. News Stock Footage Video, 1982-1987


December 1982

Month
Date
Story
Description
Dec 1 Orlinsky Walter Orlinsky enters Federal prison in Allenwood to begin serving his term in jail.
Dec 1 Kennedy Out Senator Ted Kennedy says he will not run for democratic nomination for president in 1984. This is followed by reaction.
Dec 1 Hawkins Point More hazardous waste found at Hawkins Point landfill. Will cost more than another million dollars to clean up.
Dec 1 Healthful Treats How to make holiday goodies that are healthy for you as well as being good to eat and cost efficient.
Dec 1 Tax Man 3 Part 3 of Paul Strassel's series on Preparing your income tax.
Dec 1 Christmas Lights Mayor lights Christmas lights along Charles Street.
Dec 1 Andy at large Andy is at large at the Science Centers toy festival.
Dec 1 Speech Kennedy makes his "I won't run in 1984 speech."
Dec 1 Kennedy Reax UMA goes to D.C. and gets reax from Mikulski on Kennedy's announcement, he won't run in '84.
Dec 1 Cough Tobie tells us we should not lightly dismiss the coughing syndrome.
Dec 1 Contact 2 Ed helps a woman get the money back on her falling boots.
Dec 1 Murdock The Murdock project. Renovation of the market center is underway.
Dec 1 Myers Trial Live remote from Myers trial third night on deliberations.
Dec 1 Egg man Trial Live remote from trial of Alfred Patterson murder trial.
Dec 1 Life Preservers Board of estimates refuses to fund study for life preservers at harbor.
Dec 1 Phoneathon Kennedy institutes 4th annual phonathon.
Dec 2 Hughes Taxes Governor Hughes says the state doesn't have enough money. May have to hike property taxes and cut worker raises.
Dec 2 AFSCME React State workers are upset over governor's comments about them not getting raise.
Dec 2 Drunk Driving Governor cracks down on drunk drivers, there will be state police roadblocks.
Dec 2 Rabies Clinic City setting up emergency clinics to vaccinate pets to prevent spread of state rabies outbreak.
Dec 2 Tax Man 4 Paul Strassel's series on cutting your income tax bill, part 4.
Dec 2 Andy at large Spoof on Christmas mail order catalogues.
Dec 2 Editorial The best Christmas gift is a smoke detector.
Dec 2 Egg man Judge declares a mistrial in the Patterson case. Alfred is accused of killing a Carroll county egg farmer. He will be tried.
Dec 2 Heart Doctor Linda talks with a local cardiologist about the new artificial hearth implant performed successfully today in Salt Lake City.
Dec 2 NX Bureau Residents in the Johnston square area save money on their food bills by buying at a co-op.
Dec 2 Chronology Judi puts together a pre-pronounced piece on the history of heart transplants.
Dec 2 Patient UMA talks to a heart attack victim about the implications of the artificial heart implant.
Dec 2 Harbor Bank The Harbor bank opens its doors.it is the first minority owned bank in the city.
Dec 2 Contact 2 Ed set wraps how contact 2 solves the problem of a merchant who receives damaged merchandise and can't get a refund.
Dec 2 2 on Road Susan goes on the road to show us how the unlikely co-owners of a nightclub are helping out the kids in their community.
Dec 2 Myers Guilty Jury finds Robert Myers guilty package from Joan includes artwork bite with O'Leary on Myers feelings.
Dec 2 WBAL-Drugs WBAL radio holds second call in show turn in a pusher. UMA does live remote with interview from WBAL with Dennis.
Dec 2 MTA Absenteeism Special Annapolis panel named to look into absenteeism of MTA and how much it costs taxpayers.
Dec 3 Tina Myers Tina Myers calls Joan Gartlan for a phone interview on who, why and how of why she did it.
Dec 3 Victim Search Beating the bushes for a missing woman in A.A. county.
Dec 3 Bataan We talk with a survivor of the Bataan death march.
Dec 3 Fire Award Mayor hands out awards in Baltimore's best fire safety slogan contest.
Dec 3 Andy at large We check on early ski business. The slopes are shut down because of warm weather.
Dec 3 Jobless Update of both national and Maryland unemployment rate, include bite with Luther Starnes.
Dec 3 Art Maryland artists have new alternative gallery to display their works.
Dec 6 Hospitals Update of where the hospital talks stand. Deadline is Wednesday morning. Decent video of inside hospitals.
Dec 6 Denver Boot Third reading of the controversial Denver boot issue. Will our cars be booted over the weekend? Good pix of the boot.
Dec 6 Contact 2 Ed solves the problem of misallocated savings account.
Dec 6 Hutchison Hutchison sworn in as Baltimore county Executive. V/O
Dec 6 Sachs Stephen Sachs sworn in for his second term as state's attorney general. V/O
Dec 6 Lighthizer Lighthizer sworn in as A.A. county executive and he already wants to raise taxes to balance the county budget.
Dec 6 Nelson V/O of Nelson welcoming him on his first day.
Dec 6 Myers Trial Myers decides he wants to be sentences by a judge not a jury.
Dec 6 Demo Caucus Democrats caucus to decide who will run things in Annapolis.
Dec 6 Christmas Trees The price of buying a Christmas tree this year.
Dec 6 Tax Man 6 Part 6 of Paul Strassel's series on income tax.
Dec 6 Sculpture City dedicates new sculpture. Looks like a bad weather vane.
Dec 6 Andy at large Tryouts at College Park for performing jobs at Opryland in Nashville.
Dec 6 Hospital Strike Heavy security at Sinai as officials prepare for possible strike.
Dec 6 Hit and Run A Baltimore policeman is injured by a hit and run driver. This is a voice over video shows cop being placed in.
Dec 6 Hospital Strike Update Contract talks continue for four area hospitals while strike deadline is pushed back.
Dec 6 Suicides Live remote on prevalence of suicides. This time of the year (holidays).
Dec 6 Models Local women show up for chance to become models.
Dec 7 Jones Arrest Police arrest suspect Damon Jones for the murder of student who was trying to break up a fight at school.
Dec 7 Video Games Video games are finally placed in city recreation centers.
Dec 7 Christmas Safety Beware of the dangers that are lurking around your home at Christmas. Trees, broken ornaments overloading electrical.
Dec 7 Energy Conference Exhibits and conference on alternate energy sources.
Dec 7 Andy at large Store has a secret shop where small kids can pick out gifts for others in secret for Christmas.
Dec 7 Sinai Demo Holfeld wraps union members gathering outside Sinai hospital around a live shot from where another set of talks are going.
Dec 7 Cathedral St. Ax Accident at Cathedral and Franklin leaves 2 injured and one driver arrested. Good pix. V/O.
Dec 7 General Assembly First day at the statehouse for the freshmen legislators and Lou is there with them.
Dec 7 Coulter James Coulter head of the state department of natural resources announces he's going to resign. V/O SOT.
Dec 7 Memorial Service Baltimore's installment of the nationwide anniversary celebration of the bombing of Pearl Harbor.
Dec 7 Heart Disease Today's medical pkg. looks at how doctor's early detection of heart disease in kids helps them live more normal lives.
Dec 7 NX Bureau Neighborhood housing services makes renovating your home that much easier. A bureau report. Ed on the set.
Dec 7 Computer Xmas Cute story of a computer set up in an Annapolis mall whereby you can have it decide what gifts you need to buy at Xmas.
Dec 8 Washington Bomber Two men threaten to blow up Washington monument with one thousand pound of dynamite. Standoff began at nine thirty.
Dec 8 Sinai Strike Workers agree not to strike at Sinai hospital yet. Contract talks continue.
Dec 8 Myers Trial Robert Myers is refused a mistrial. Sentencing hearing begins.
Dec 8 Running Gear What runners should wear to keep warm in winter.
Dec 8 Andy at large Christmas means big business for local candy makers. The oldest candy company in the country. Glaubers.
Dec 8 Monument Bomber The mad bomber peaches himself outside the Washington monument. Plans to blow it up. Instead gets blown away.
Dec 8 Hughes The governor announces he'll budget money to build a facility for delinquents.
Dec 8 Bd. Of Estimates The Bd. Of estimates makes no decision on the sludge issue from back river.
Dec 8 Foot Care Tobie tells us what we don't do to take care of our feet and what doctors are doing to tend to them properly.
Dec 8 Contact 2 Ed and company help a couple get what they paid for when they went to get their car painted and didn't get satisfaction.
Dec 8 Safety Seats A new group touting child safety in cars meets in Annapolis to lay out groundwork for new legislation.
Dec 8 Lexington Mall Deloris takes us through the walk-thru Lexington mall and tells us of it's wonders.
Dec 9 Sickle Cell New advancements in the treatment of sickle cell anemia are announced. Could be the first major breakthrough disease.
Dec 9 A.A. Drug Bust The latest drug bust in A.A. county.
Dec 9 Commission Sergiu commission announces he's leaving the PSO after the 1983-1984 season. V/O.
Dec 9 NX Bureau Some neighborhoods may benefit from the intervention of environmentalist groups into the city sludge burning issue.
Dec 9 Cover Story Kathie Bond's cover story deals with the plight of the city's homeless.
Dec 9 Myers Trial Myers gets life in prison as sentencing phase of trial ends in Westminster.
Dec 9 N-E Dump EPA announces Cecil county dump site is clean and not a threat to residents. UMA speaks with one man who is not happy.
Dec 9 Awards Baltimore marketing association gives awards and first black business hall of fame.
Dec 9 Steelworkers Concert at Civic center to benefit the unemployed steelworkers. We spoke live to 98 rock radio official.
Dec 9 Commission Commission announces he'll leave after the 1983-84 seasons. This includes a sound bite with him.
Dec 9 Road Development Report on what Maryland plans to do with it's share of a federal gasoline tax hike.
Dec 9 Harbor City Boulevard City dedicates newly opened sections of highways.
Dec 9 Deloreans 200 new Delorean cars arrive at Dundalk marine terminal.
Dec 9 Tax Man 8 Part 8 of series on preparing your income tax.
Dec 9 Joyce Baby A look at Joyce Jeffersons new baby.
Dec 9 Editorial Editorial on city use of the Denver boot.
Dec 9 Andy at large Andy goes to bartender's school.
Dec 10 FBI Drugs City police and the FBI team up to crack a major Baltimore cocaine ring. They make 15 arrests.
Dec 10 Coal Pier The new A.A. county executive is not worried about a loss in tax money and jobs from the cancellation of the coal pier.
Dec 10 Nuclear Medicine Nuclear medicine advances. Something called a radioactive tagging is gaining notoriety at shock trauma. Emergency care.
Dec 10 Contact 2 Ed and his team go to bat for the handicapped in one woman's fight to get strollers allowed in supposedly a no strollers.
Dec 10 Enterprise Zone State announces the formation of four enterprise zone.
Dec 10 Park Circle We profile park circle, which is an enterprise zone.
Dec 10 Highway Taxes Maryland will use its share of new gasoline tax to pay its other bills before working on the roads.
Dec 10 Hanukkah Mayor holds ceremony for first night of Hanukah.
Dec 10 Andy at large A potpourri of Christmas ideas.
Dec 10 Myers Joan wraps up coverage of the Myers case with a piece on Carroll county residents looking back on the sensational trial.
Dec 12 Icy Roads First snow storm turns to ice on the streets. Night video, not real good.
Dec 12 Madd Mothers against drunk driving mark the beginning of drugged and drunk driving awareness week with candlelight vigil.
Dec 12 Hostages A look at the Baltimore county hostage negotiating team report includes Washington monument video.
Dec 12 Snow Lyn looks at the first snow of the year where we prepared serious and fun aspects.
Dec 13 Murder Woman found dead today in Little Italy house being renovated. Video is night video even though she was found in the afternoon.
Dec 13 City Council City council tonight passed Denver boot swore in two new councilmen, (Nathaniel M Acfadden & Edwin Johnson) and the vagrant.
Dec 13 Shehan Mass honors 60th anniversary of ordination of Cardinal Lawrence Shehan as priest.
Dec 13 Snow Funds First snowstorm of the season soaks up half of the city's budget for snow removal. Will that make it rough later on?
Dec 13 Hypothermia Tobie tells us about the dangers of hypothermia. Exposure to cold in winter.
Dec 13 Contact 2 Ed helps out a woman who is getting shafted by all state when she tries to collect on her damaged car.
Dec 13 Thomas Sentence Donald Thomas is sentenced to death for the double murder of an arbutus couple.
Dec 13 Drunk Week State announces official crackdown on drunk drivers. Roadblocks will start later in the week in Harford county.
Dec 13 Balt Co Drunks Baltimore county task force announces suggestions to stop drunk drivers.
Dec 13 Allergies Read the labels so you can prevent chemical allergies.
Dec 13 Gas Tax More on how state will spend it's share of any gasoline tax hike. Don't know how many jobs it would create.
Dec 13 Andy at large Cork pop off at Convention Center to promote non alcoholic new year's eve's party.
Dec 14 Telephones Procedure for buying or renting your telephone after December 31 when changes take place at phone center stores.
Dec 14 Auto Parts Congress takes up Bill requiring that imported cars have some parts made in this country, Rep Mikulski sponsors.
Dec 14 Fells Point Santa arrives at Fell Point ushering in Christmas season.
Dec 14 Aunt Mary Amount of toys and money contributed to aunt Mary's Christmas drive are down and we appeal for help. Includes sound bite.
Dec 14 Money Market Opening day of money market deposit accounts in banks and S&LS.
Dec 14 Vagrants Mimi DePietro will introduce new version of controversial vagrants Bill. After withdrawing original version.
Dec 14 Harbor Suggestion on how to make inner harbor safer from drownings. They may put life preserves around the harbor.
Dec 14 Truck Drivers Any new gasoline tax hike will hurt truckers.
Dec 14 Andy at large Professional skaters rehearse for show and competition at the Capitol Center.
Dec 14 Road Blocks State road blocks will be set up in Harford county beginning Friday. Part of the state's crackdown on drunk driving.
Dec 14 A.A. Cops Task force report finds people who live in A.A. county wait too long when they call the emergency number.
Dec 14 PMS First part of two on an ailment known as PMS-pre-menstrual stress. A condition that affects millions of women every month.
Dec 14 NX Bureau Tenants are upset over the hassles they have to go through to get their landlords to fix up their homes.
Dec 14 Equitable Bank V/O of a bank robbery at equitable bank. They catch the guy. We get the aftermath.
Dec 14 MD. National Bank V/O of the second bank robbery of the day. This time the guy is not caught. Maryland National Bank.
Dec 15 Drug Bust Kids County police bust 11 at two Balto. County high schools for selling pot and hash. We talk to students and officials about.
Dec 15 A.A. Cops Part Two of Lou's reports on the findings of inadequacies in the Anne Arundel county policy department.
Dec 15 PMS Part Two of Tobie's reports on PMS pre-menstrual stress. Today's installment-possible treatments.
Dec 15 Teapot Big teapot set up at the inner harbor to serve it to passers by. Courtesy of McCormick's.
Dec 15 Contact 2 Ed gets a message from Santa to check and see what he is thought of by Baltimore's little tykes. This is the result.
Dec 15 Tina Marco Myers Tina Marco Myers leaves Garrett co jail a free woman. Reaction from her and her attorney.
Dec 15 Drugs in Schools Some question policy of expelling school students after drug arrests one attorney suggests counseling before expulsion.
Dec 15 Kirkpatrick-Arens Moshe Arens Ambassador to Israel disagrees with Lebanese about withdrawal from Lebanon and chances for peace.
Dec 15 Auto Parts House passes bill to require imported cars have some American parts. This is a follow up to package done 12/14 by UMA.
Dec 15 Ronald McDonald House Ronald McDonald House prepares for its first Christmas after opening last June. Video of Miami family here while son is...
Dec 15 Gas Tax Five cent a gallon gasoline tax hike will also hurt boaters.
Dec 15 Housing Survey Changes in housing values in and around Baltimore.
Dec 15 Low Budget Housing Builders are building smaller and incomplete houses for home buyers who can't afford a big house.
Dec 15 Park Horses SPCA confiscates abused horses at Lincoln Park stables. Owners charged with cruelty.
Dec 15 Andy at large Commuters Christmas party aboard a train between set to start 12/17.
Dec 16 Drunk call in ACLU questions new radio call in a drunk program set to start 12/17.
Dec 16 Urban League Urban league awards dinner.
Dec 16 Annapolis Pub Annual pub crawls tonight in Annapolis.
Dec 16 Takoma Park House explosions and fires in Takoma Park because of flammable liquid in sewer system.
Dec 16 State Revenues State is collecting fewer revenues. Is making plans to make up for losses.
Dec 16 AFSCMA React State employees union reacts to possibility of no raise.
Dec 16 Editorial Editorial against the proposed gasoline tax hike
Dec 16 Andy at large Andy takes us on a Christmas tour of the Longwood Gardens.
Dec 16 Takoma Park A series of explosions cause damage in more than a dozen homes in Takoma Park. We have aerial shots and good video.
Dec 16 Car Ads MVA accuses 26 area car dealers of using misleading advertising to get customers. We get SOT's w/MVA spokesman & dealers.
Dec 16 Ocean City Bonds Mayor Kelley comes to Baltimore to sell more than 7 million dollars worth of Ocean City bonds for improvements there.
Dec 16 Diabetes New mechanical device enables diabetics to get their insulin automatically throughout the day without bothering with.
Dec 16 Variety Club Oncology ward at Johns Hopkins celebrates Christmas.
Dec 16 NX Bureau Union square residents have a hard time getting their area declared an historic district because of one stubborn state.
Dec 16 Carolers State employees carol up a storm at the 40th annual state employee's choir down at the state Capitol.
Dec 17 Roadblock First night of Harford county's roadblock to find drunk drivers. Brad talked to Col W-D Travers live from route 152.
Dec 17 Drunk Call in Program First of drunk call in radio show from WPOC radio UMA's package includes MADD spokeswoman Joyce Cavannaugh and.
Dec 17 Train accident Car collides with train in Laurel. One dead.
Dec 17 Neighborhood Preview Preview of Saturday's neighborhood report on the credit crunch deadline with credit problems.
Dec 17 GM Bonuses GM gives it's laid off workers a $300 bonus to help them get through the holiday season a little easier. 1800 in Baltimore.
Dec 17 Aunt Mary Channel 2 helps in gathering toys for aunt Mary's annual Christmas party for underprivileged kids.
Dec 17 S. River Bridge South river bridge is dedicated but it is not yet finished so only one lane will be open to traffic. Hughes is there.
Dec 17 Diabetes 2 Tobie takes a look at an implantable insulin pump. It's like a pacemaker. Second of 2 parts.
Dec 17 Housing Awards Two of this year's recipients of the Harry Weiss awards given for community service in the public housing realm.
Dec 17 Contact 2 Ed gets a loveseat delivered in time for Christmas.
Dec 17 Drunk Roadblocks State police to begin sobriety checkpoints tonight.
Dec 17 Little Italy Murder Suspect charged in Little Italy murder.
Dec 17 CCB Indictments More people indicted for stealing money from CCB.
Dec 17 Bus Wreck Two cars crash into MTA bus.
Dec 17 Silver Star Vietnam war hero finally gets the silver star he earned 15 years after the fact. He didn't know he got it.
Dec 17 Cover Story The Princes Cover story repot on handicapped couple who got married and are overcoming troubles while living together in special housing.
Dec 17 Andy at large Mount Claire Mansion is all decked out for the holidays.
Dec 20 Superintendent School search CMTE blames Dugger for making Norfolk superintendent candidate accept and then reject the position.
Dec 20 Homicide 3 teens play Russian Roulette. One dies when the gun goes off. Happened on west Hoffman.
Dec 20 Pot Arrest Former state trooper indicted for stealing 287 pounds of pot from evidence room while working as NARC investigation.
Dec 20 Stolen Toys Thieves break in and take toys from toy stealing warehouse of aunt Mary Dobkin. She vows not to have any more parties.
Dec 20 Car Accident Two teens die when car hits utility pole both from Havre De Grace.
Dec 20 Nursing Home Ardleigh nursing home license is revoked due to alleged violations.
Dec 20 Waste Dump EPA comes out with list of dumps eligible for federal super funds for cleanup. Maryland has three dumps.
Dec 20 Bank Hostage Three men rob bank. Take person hostage while escaping. Kick him out of car unharmed.
Dec 20 City Fires Two more house fires on the same block in the city.
Dec 20 Smoke Detectors Consumer look at smoke detectors which are best and how to keep them operating.
Dec 20 Laplata Nurses Nurses in laplata Charles county are still on strike. Now out of work a month.
Dec 20 Tax Revolt A report on the anti tax movement.
Dec 20 Andy at large Andy goes indoors for gold lessons during the winter.
Dec 20 Counties Revenue Brad set wraps a meeting of the leaders of the 5 largest counties and their plans to keep revenue sharing from DC.
Dec 20 Tampons V/O SOT with head of gynecology at GBMC on the mandatory TSS warnings on tampons.
Dec 20 Blind RX New pharmacy service prints prescriptions in Braille to help the blind follow doctor's orders.
Dec 20 Contact 2 Man loses luggage on way to Europe. It is found in Oakland. Contact 2 helps him get reimbursed for part of his clothing.
Dec 20 Elena Women's Jewish groups show their support Elena's cause by giving her some sort of reward. V/O SOT.
Dec 21 AT&T AT&T decided not to build regional plant in Baltimore.
Dec 21 C.P.I. and Cappiello Frank Capiello in taped interview on unemployment and CPI.
Dec 21 School Superintendent BTU wants a say in superintendent selection.
Dec 21 Shooting Two shootings within a block of each other tonight near Presbury and Longwood streets.
Dec 21 Tina Jewels Tina Marco may lose jewelry in case on Wednesday to pay for jail costs while in Garrett county jail. Video used from Dec 1.
Dec 21 Tuner Baltimore to present specially built tuner to President Reagan this week. Tuner built at Park Circlefirst Enterprise.
Dec 21 Fell Pt. Drown Woman goes off edge of harbor at Fell Point and drowns. We don't know if it was an accident or suicide. Just that she.
Dec 21 Wilsby Avenue Stabbing Retired air force sergeant is stabbed at home on Wilsby Avenue. No suspect or motive yet. V/O
Dec 21 Provident Jumper Psychiatric patient at Provident hospital takes a leap from a 4th floor window and lives to tell the story. So to speak.
Dec 21 Roulette Death Follow-up Bail is withheld on Charles Leonard. Accused in the roulette death of his friend. We talk with neighbors too.
Dec 21 Crime Awards Hughes gives out the 1982 crime prevention awards to 88 folks. Police office departments, private citizens, etc.
Dec 21 Hopkins Party BSO comes to Hopkins to play Christmas tunes for the ailing kiddies.
Dec 21 Holiday Alcoholics Tobie tells us about how we can control our urge to overindulge in liquor during this holiday season.
Dec 21 NX Bureau Charities adjust to the overload of requests for food this Christmas.
Dec 21 Cator St. Fire Women's house is firebombed by jilted lover. She gets out with her kids. Lots of damage though. We talk to the neighbors.
Dec 21 School Super Follow-up Follow -up on controversy surrounding super. Candidate who turned down job after talking to Board member.
Dec 21 Consumer Price Index New consumer price index is out. Inflation is slowing down.
Dec 21 Annapolis Waste We profile one of the waste dumps listed among the worst in the country. Just outside Annapolis.
Dec 21 Andy at large Andy shows us the joys of a rent a hot tub business.
Dec 22 Superintendent Milton Dugger calls news conference for tomorrow denies meeting with Mayor Schaefer over flap on selecting new superintendent.
Dec 22 Cable TV Last meeting at city hall before cable TV franchise is awarded bites with representatives of both firms.
Dec 22 Christmas Family UMA talks to family unemployed sharp contrast to last year's Christmas bites with husband and wife.
Dec 22 Mayor on Dugger Mayor reacts to charges that Dugger sabotaged attempt to hire new school superintendent.
Dec 22 ATT Governor reacts to criticism of Maryland losing new ATT headquarters.
Dec 22 Public Works State authorizes building of a new state farmers market in Jessup.
Dec 22 Christmas Poison Beware of poisonous Christmas plants. Don't eat them.
Dec 22 Andy at large Winner of bank contest gets thirty minutes to grab all of the money he can out of a bank machine.
Dec 22 New Energy Tax Legislators are considering an energy users fee on electricity, gas and firewood to help out the needy with their home.
Dec 22 Hughes Hughes talks about his cutting 8 million dollars in targeted aid for the state's poorest school districts.
Dec 22 Travelers Aid Traveler's aid is available to help you out if you are stranded in a strange city.
Dec 22 Overeating Tobie tells us how we can get through the holidays without eating ourselves into a stupor.
Dec 22 Contact 2 Ed solves the problem of a noisy cable TV transformer outside a man's house.
Dec 23 Fire Rescue A west Baltimore man is rescued by neighbor after being tied up in his basement and mattress set on fire.
Dec 23 Dugger Milton Dugger hands in resignation after flap over school superintendent search denies wrongdoing.
Dec 23 Drug Bust-PCP Lab Raided 5 arrested after PCP lab is busted video is only architecture of building where on second floor the lab was located.
Dec 23 Anne Arundel County Shooting Live shot from Brooklyn after one person is hot and two others injured. Lou interviews Richard Molloy of AA county police.
Dec 23 Gas Tax Gas tax is passed. UMA tells us what that means.
Dec 23 Arson Rates V/O SOT with Pat Flynn about the area's 1982 arson rate.
Dec 23 Poor Healthcare More and more people are finding adequate healthcare out of their reach. Tobie tells us what's being done to make it easier.
Dec 23 NX Bureau Waverly-based credit union pours money back into the community. Could start a nationwide trend.
Dec 23 Pet Adoption ASPCA says do not give a pet for Christmas unless you are certain you want it. Shelter will put pets on hold until.
Dec 23 Cover Story Andy's cover story looks at the many faces of Jim Palmer. Orioles pitcher jockey sales rep. Pin-up idol.
Dec 24 Gas Tax React State reaction to new gas tax and what it means to you.
Dec 24 Detention Center A.A. county study attacks release of violent prisoners on work release program. Other problems.
Dec 24 Aunt Mary Aunt Mary says stop giving her toys she has more than enough to give away.
Dec 24 Xmas Sales The last day of the 82 Christmas shopping season finds crowds of shoppers at the stores.
Dec 24 DNR Equipment Natural resources police get allocated $l00, 000 for some much needed equipment. Part of the $5 million from.
Dec 24 Physicals Tobie tells us that those yearly physicals we've been getting may not be absolutely necessary.
Dec 24 Holiday Traffic Video of traffic at night with cg's of the number of motorists who have died so far in holiday traffic.
Dec 24 Plane Crash Video of afternoon plane crash near Salisbury that killed Salisbury policeman and his brother.
Dec 24 Hospital at Christmas Feature for Christmas Eve. Brad talks to nurses who work and raise spirits of patients at Franklin Square hospital.
Dec 24 FBI-Carpenters Union FBI investigates records of Balt district council united brotherhood of carpenters and joiners after 2 business agents.
Dec 24 Holiday Travel By air, sea and land. Everyone is cutting out of town for holidays. We take our annual look at the non-crunch.
Dec 24 A.A. County Budget A.A county must find a way to cover a three million dollar shortfall in budget.
Dec 24 Hovercraft Maryland will get hovercraft to test and see if we want to buy one to help with winter rescues.
Dec 24 Andy at large Andy changes his image with professional who knows how to dress for success.
Dec 25 Arson Family of nine is homeless after Christmas Eve arson.
Dec 25 Bicycle Children try to put their bicycles Xmas gifts on Christmas day high temps. VO/SOT
Dec 25 WX-Health Ken Philips report on weather and health. Part 2 of 2.
Dec 26 School Board Advancer on choosing an interim school board president.
Dec 26 Hud Appointee Reverend Dr. St. Crosse is sworn-in in Baltimore as special advisor for minority programs at US dept of Housing.
Dec 26 Murder A 43 year old black man was found dead with 2 stab wounds to the chest. VO of murder area not even scene.
Dec 26 Arson/Fire A Baltimore family who is homeless.
Dec 26 Arson/Fire A family of 9 is homeless due to arson fire on Christmas Eve but the public is responding to their need.
Dec 26 Holocaust Group of survivors of the holocaust meet to discuss a gathering for April to commemorate the 40th anniversary of Warsaw.
Dec 26 Kwanzaa First night of Kwanza. VO/SOT
Dec 26 Penn Station End of Christmas people are coming home from vacation on trains.
Dec 27 Interim superintendent named School Board names interim superintendent Alice Pinderhughes interview with her and video of school board.
Dec 27 Woolworth Woolworth owner of Woolco ordered to court to answer questions about overpricing during it's going out of business sale.
Dec 27 Fire death-82 Yearender on number of fatal fires in the city of Baltimore this year.
Dec 27 Homicide Harold Howard found stabbed on 300 block of south Vincent street. Tells police a 'girlfriend' did it.
Dec 27 Canton plane crash Conrad Heins UM professor killed in crash of Canton China plane on Christmas Eve.
Dec 27 Shopping After Xmas shopping finds stores packed with folks buying sale items and returning gifts.
Dec 27 Medical Briefs Today Tobie puts together a medical grab bag of stores. Whiplash shake syndrome and fed up nurses.
Dec 27 Contact 2 Ed helps out a guy who bought an equalizer for his van that stopped functioning two weeks after he got it. He gets a.
Dec 27 Aging First part of 5 on what happens to us when we age. This one came from A-News.
Dec 27 Schaefer Pier 4 Mayor announces six flags won chance to build entertainment center at pier 4 old power plant. Blueprints.
Dec 27 Memco Memco will close. Many lose jobs. VO
Dec 27 Job Fair College grads try for employment at TSU job fair. VO
Dec 27 Hopkins Housing More furor over proposed low-income housing near Hopkins hospital. Pkg.
Dec 27 Mortgages Consumer piece on zero-interest home mortgages. Set piece.
Dec 27 Tax Forms Federal tax forms mailed out.
Dec 27 Shopping Stores jammed with Christmas returns and bargain hunters. VO.
Dec 28 Anne Arundel Boat Accident 3 people critically injured in boat accident tonight. No video, this was a live phone beeper.
Dec 28 Cuban Philosophers Cuban philosophers denied visas to come to convention here. Members protest in news conference. VO only of news.
Dec 28 Auto Accident Two city police officers and three others are injured in accident on Edmondson Avenue. Video shows accident scene and ambulances.
Dec 28 83 to watch Party for 83 most interesting people with interview of model on cover of magazine.
Dec 28 Shipyard Sale Bids are closed on key highway shipyard. We look at how is offering to buy it and hear reaction from workers.
Dec 28 MEMCO Follow-up Follow-up on MEMCO closings and where the workers will go.
Dec 28 Bus Wreck Car hits MTA bus in read. Car driver hurt seriously. 14 others treated for minor injuries.
Dec 28 Lock Raven Wreck Car wreck on Lock Raven. Five injured.
Dec 28 Bill Collectors Powers of the bill collector and your rights when they come hounding you for money.
Dec 28 Lifeline New lifeline program in Annapolis. Old folks call in everyday so people know that they are alright while living alone.
Dec 28 Andy at large Andy looks at the 83 people to watch in 83. Nelson Benton is among them.
Dec 28 Rape/Stabbing Woman and her 11 year old daughter are raped in their home. Woman also is stabbed. Guy broke in.is still on the loose.
Dec 28 Fuel Fund Kathi does update on status of the fuel fund with all our unseasonable weather. It turns out they are in good shape.
Dec 28 Diapers Tobie tells us all about the trials and tribulations of keeping your baby in disposable diapers.
Dec 28 NX Bureau Ed and the Bureau make an attempt to rid union square of some of its housing eye sores.
Dec 28 Harbor Safety Harbor committee is out trying to get signatures to get a referendum for safety buddies to be put around the inner harbor.
Dec 28 Aging Part 2 Part 2 of our special 5 part A-News series on aging.
Dec 29 Maryland Death Penalty Death penalty rules constitutional in court case of Clinton Ellison.
Dec 29 Half Way House Community residency center director reacts to negative publicity half way house gets because an escapee raped woman.
Dec 29 Ameriasian Arrival Live from BWI as Ameriasian babies arrive to hands of adopting parents.
Dec 29 Gospel Extravaganza Gospel Extravaganza singing by various groups at church tonight. V/O only with lots of music.
Dec 29 Navy Contract First of ships in new navy repair contract arrives at sparrows point shipyard.
Dec 29 Boat Accident Three men die in mysterious boat wreck.
Dec 29 Stewarts Stewarts department stores are due to close. But York road store still doesn't have a buyer.
Dec 29 Champagne Consumer report on how to buy champagne without being stuck by a bad bottle.
Dec 29 Andy at large City wide table tennis tournament.
Dec 29 Rape Arrest Police arrest an 18 year old halfway house escapee and charge him with the mother-daughter rape on Clinton Avenue the day.
Dec 29 Downtown Parking Officials are not worried about the downtown parking problem when six flags goes up over pier 4.
Dec 29 Medical Tobie puts together a grab bag with stuff on hospitals and free flu shots.
Dec 29 Work Place Hazards Kathi talks about a survey done by the university of Maryland asking workers about possible hazards on the job.
Dec 29 Conservatory V/O of Christmas display at the Baltimore city conservatory.
Dec 29 Aging Part 3 Part 3 of our 5 parter on the trials and tribulations of growing old.
Dec 30 Shake & Bake The Shake & Bake family run center dedicates a Maryland national bank 24 hour banking machine.
Dec 30 Pinderhughes Alice Pinderhughes does not have a master's degree. Legally that could keep her from assuming the post of interim school.
Dec 30 Crew V/O SOT with outgoing school supt. John Crew as he reflects on his 7 year tenure in that post.
Dec 30 Gov. Appointment Governor Hughes appoints Ruth White Massinga as head of the social services administration. The first black woman in.
Dec 30 New Year's Preview Kathi looks ahead to tomorrow's activities the city is planning to ring in 1983.
Dec 30 Aging Part 4 Part 4 of our special series on aging continues.
Dec 30 Economic Indicators/Cappiello Cappiello interview on 1983 outlook economically.(Done from interview set by Nelson).
Dec 30 Child Abuse-Maryland Number of death up from child abuse in 1982 statistics presented plus interview with Linda Heisner.
Dec 30 Korean Adoption Follow up report on family who adopted a baby from Korea via Catholic charities and others who adopt from across the world.
Dec 30 Northwood Petition Residents of apartment complex petition owner to tighten security and keep them safer.
Dec 30 A.A. Drug Bust Police confiscate drug paraphernalia.
Dec 30 Port Cargo Tonnage down in the port of Baltimore in 1982.
Dec 30 A.A. County Health Center Medical center that once declared bankruptcy is still helping patients.
Dec 30 Lunar Eclipse Let's look at the lunar eclipse.
Dec 30 Editorial We call for resignation of entire school board.
Dec 30 Andy at large Neon lights on display at museum of art as works of art.
Dec 31 Escapees Police capture 3 escapees from Maryland training center for boys but 5 still at large. Package shoes search escape.
Dec 31 Harbor Celebration Live shot from above inner harbor where thousands are celebrating tape includes bites from people about 1983.
Dec 31 Prison Escape 6 inmates break out of MD training school for boys.
Dec 31 Solley Road Solley road landfill closes for good.
Dec 31 BG&E Refund BG&E gets refund from Nat gas supplier. Will pass it onto consumers.
Dec 31 Charlesbrook Residents of luxury home community are suing developer for shady work.
Dec 31 Colts Music Music piece on Colts feeble attempts at wining.
Dec 31 Escapees Six boys escape from the Maryland training school. Joan does a live remote.
Dec 31 Abduction Woman is abducted from the Carney Villas shopping center. Could be related to the boys escape from the MD training.
Dec 31 New Year's Eve Kathi tells us about how Baltimore city is ringing in 1983.
Dec 31 Aging Part 5 Last in the series of agins stories from NBC news.
Dec 31 Best Movies Jeffrey tells us his 10 favorites from 1982.