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July 1983

WMAR-TV News (WMAR)

Series II. News Stock Footage Video, 1982-1987


July 1983

Month
Date
Story
Description
July 1 Greek Orthodox Church Shooting - 3 Shot 3 shot near local church, one priest hit also. Police look for suspects.
July 1 Holiday Traffic - State Police Video of traffic. Bites with police that want motorists to turn in drunks and speeding via CBS.
July 1 Welfare Indictments 13 indicted in welfare fraud case.
July 1 Hively Suspect Told Not To Shave Judge orders Hill not to cut hair or shave.
July 1 9 to 5 Hughes Women's group is critical of Hughes comments on minorities. Bite only.
July 1 Ella Fitzgerald Video of Ella Fitzgerald singing at Harbor Festival.
July 1 Heritage Festival - Chubby Checker Performs Feature of the man who invented The Twist.
July 1 BG&E Hike BG&E gets a new rate hike for summer.
July 1 Tax Cuts A look at new tax cuts that go into effect today.
July 1 City GOP We look at the Republican candidates in the upcoming election. They are few and far between
July 1 Jap Imports Local auto dealers react to Japanese decision to end their auto export import quota.
July 1 Andy At Large The City is offering cheap tennis lessons to kids this summer
July 2 Church Shooting A church priest and church members are shot by unknown assailants as leaving Greek Orthodox Church downtown.
July 2 Drowning Drowning in the Middle River in Essex this Fourth of July.
July 2 Harborplace Birthday Harborplace celebrates its third birthday at the Inner Harbor this weekend.
July 4 Homicide Police must shoot a homicide suspect after he stabbed his girlfriend to death and cut up his mother.
July 4 Catonsville Fire One man dies . four others injured . in Catonsville fire.
July 4 Voter Registration Another voter registration drive on this Fourth of July,,, push to get Black voters.
July 4 Andy At Large Fourth of July in Washington, DC.
July 4 City Candidate Filing Deadline - Murphys' Video of Billy Murphy and mother (who filed for 6th District seat) and Tim Murphy and mother (who filed for Mayor).
July 5 Murphy Homes Homicide Video of Murphy Homes high rise where shooting occurred - victim not identified.
July 5 Greatest Little Show in Earth Circus Video of performers and bites with them before performance in Columbia.
July 5 July 4th Fireworks at the Inner Harbor Brad Live at 11 - video shows rain and people waiting and fireworks put to music.
July 5 Wayne Newton at July 4th Celebration Video from CNN of performer at DC bash.
July 5 Filing Deadline Race for Mayor stirring intense interest in primary election while pace of registration doubles.
July 5 BG&E/Ice BG&E workers supplied people without power dry ice to keep food cold until power restored.
July 5 Brooklyn Homes Manager of Bruce fails(???) complex told residents their problems with spoiled food was not his problem.
July 5 Ammonia Dangerous fumes were kept to a minimum as ammonia leaked out of the holding tank. No injuries
July 5 Edward Mann Drs. going into court seeking an order to break the hunger strike of Edward Mann, accused of killing 3 people.
July 5 Merit Pay A.F.T. president Shanker criticized union N.E.A. for opposing merit pay for teachers.
July 5 Lightning Safety What should we be doing during a lightning storm to insure our safety?
July 5 Parcourse at Large At large story on Towson State course - parcourse - on exercizes and fitness training.
July 6 Murphy Vs. Murphy Tim Murphy Mom enters mayoral race while mayoral candidate Billy Murphy's Mom enters Council race in Tim's district.
July 6 Day On Bay Mikulski and Roy Dyson begin 2-day trip to Bay to see how watermen live and work,
July 6 Red Plea Michael Red, friend of Deborah Norfolk plea bargains lesser sentence in child abuse case, used file of guy from January.
July 6 Campaign Briefings Carter briefing papers heats up as CIA Director William Casey says he never saw papers despite Baker saying he did see th..
July 6 Teaching Kids Four part series on what parents can do to help educate their kids at home.
July 6 Travel to Caribbean Travel report takes us to the Caribbean for a week of shopping bargains.
July 6 Blacks for Schaefer Fundraiser -Rally Video of fundraiser at the Convention Center. Various bites from Blacks and bite from Schaefer.
July 6 Schaefer Reaction to Murphy Names Flap Schaefer bite, reacts to Murphy name flap.
July 6 AIDS at Jessup Prison ? Video of prison. Bite with prison spokeswoman. Video of guards and prison warden.
July 6 Woodlawn Homicide, Liberty Gardens Apts. Video of outside of apt. where crime occurred. No body video.
July 6 Auto Accident - Northern Parkway, I-83 Video of one car on top of another, video of two women drivers unhurt in freak accident.
July 6 Auto Sales Soar Video of various car dealers. Bites with two of them and a customer. Note: this piece has bad video breakup and should .
July 6 Murphy Moms Names The Same political gambit - two candidates with same name running for office.
July 6 Murphy Support Billy Murphy gathered another endorsement from the National Black Police Officers Association.
July 6 Death Penalty Justices ruled lower courts do not have to postpone the executions of all inmates who make appeals
July 6 At Large Plebes Thirteen hundred civilians entered the US Naval Academy to become plebes - the Class of 1987.
July 7 Howard PCP Md. narcotic agents sent warning to PCP users that the drugs may contain deadly cyanide.
July 7 Murphy Homes Police and residents are concerned with wave of murders at Murphy Homes Project due to domestic arguments.
July 7 A.A. Schools A.A. County School Board will review 14 schools considered for closing.
July 7 White Marsh Says County should spur growth in White Marsh area by letting developers build more houses per acre.
July 7 Jericho Bridge Jericho Bridge in the Gunpowder Falls State Park will undergo major renovations.
July 8 Broadwater Trial State Senator Tommie Broadwater lost his bid to be tried separately from other defendants.
July 8 Clarence Mitchell Mitchell carried concealed weapon onto a plane which was discovered when the State Senator went thru the X-ray machine.
July 8 City PCP Bust PCP drug bust in the City.
July 8 Pen Lucy/Govans Housing construction on the rise.
July 8 Youth Hostel Youth hostels have come to Baltimore which can accommodate up to 40 people a night.
July 8 Parren Mitchell Parren Mitchell denied that he timed a public hearing on use of Federal funds to benefit Billy Murphy's campaign for may.
July 8 At Large Cheerleaders Cheerleaders from area high schools attend a 4-day camp to learn the fine points of cheerleading.
July 11 Voter Registration City voter registration up.
July 11 Mortgage Money State mortgage loan program to help people with limited income buy homes.
July 11 Center Avenue Car Accident Two-car accident on Center Avenue in Towson. Woman sustained minor injuries.
July 11 Ecuador Plane Crash Ecuador plane crash investigated, kills 119 people, only 14 seconds of video.
July 11 Mercy Killing In Houston, son killed father who (was) critically ill. Son says was mercy killing to put father out of pain.
July 11 Sex Tapes Lawyer for man who killed Vicki Morgan says has video tapes of top White House officials involved in sex parties.
July 11 Travel Travel series takes us to California.
July 11 Bye Trying to get out of this frigging computer.
July 11 Car Clipping State Insurance Commissions are condoning car clipping, assembling one car from the undamaged halves of two wreaked vehi...
July 11 Port Shipping Decrease in ship arrivals into the port have created fewer jobs while many with jobs are losing them.
July 11 Beefcake Preview After an all-female audience got out of hand at a male strip show, the show may have to close.
July 11 Schaefer Signs Signs from Schaefer at Public Works projects are said to have noting to do with the Mayor's campaign for re-election.
July 11 At Large Unique Design To attract younger diners to restaurants, a firm in Finksburg has as animated computer-operated show.
July 12 Owings Mills Growth Plans Angry residents want to know more about growth expansion plans, but get few answers to questions.
July 12 Linthicum Minister Killed in Plane Crash Joan talks to family of man killed when plane crashed in Ecuador this week.
July 12 Beefcake Review -Male Go Go Dancers Liquor Board delays decision on whether to cut off liquor to Charley's because women are touching go go dancers.
July 12 House Clerk Fined Clerk fined each day by Federal judge for not releasing documents.
July 12 Mary Pat Clarke / Schaefer Politicking Separate VO's..Mary Pat Clarke courts Gay vote. Schaefer politics at Black churches.
July 12 Little Elvis Singer Little El in concert to benefit boy who needs elbow surgery.
July 12 Food Stamps State officials plan to ignore Administration warnings to reduce availability of food stamps.
July 12 Japanese Business Japanese technology which has hurt Am. industry is providing jobs and tax revenue in Columbia, Md.
July 13 Halo Girl Treated at Johns Hopkins Video is from Miami. Girl in halo in bed. Flown to Baltimore from Miami.
July 13 Runners Complete Cross Ctry Run in Annapolis 12 guys complete run. Video from New Jersey of man they are running to benefit spinal cord research. Hughes welcomes them in ..
July 13 Housing Forum - Murphy Murphy is center of attention at Housing Forum held by Baltimore Housing Alliance.
July 14 Anne Arundel Rescue By Paramedic Artwork and audio tapes highlight this dramatic rescue by phone of paramedic helping woman save life of 2-year old who al.
July 14 Political Forum - Mt. Royal Demo Club Mayor Schaefer and Billy Murphy are questioned separately by members. Schaefer defends record. Billy is asked tough..
July 14 PCP Bust in Relay, Md. Video is VO. PCP confiscated and guns at Police Property Room.
July 15 Delphia Murphy Withdraws from Mayor's Race Delphia Murphy withdraws from race on last day.
July 15 Tim Murphy Reaction at Schaefer Function At political bash party, Tim comments on Mom's pulling out of Mayor's race.
July 15 NAACP Voting Forum NAACP holds first of a series of forums on voting and candidates introductions. Parren Mitchell sells voting and its.
July 15 Exeter Drug Bust Major drug bust on Exeter Street.
July 15 Death Penalty Court of Appeals overturns another Maryland death penalty. Local group takes court to task with billboard listing cou.
July 15 War Emergency Local Disaster Drill. Testing local hospitals' ability to treat wounded from any nearby military action.
July 15 Andy At Large Even during the heat of July, Santa's work Is never done. Tour of company that is busy making Santa and Xmas materials
July 18 Mayoral Debate Mayoral debate set for Friday, July 22. Schaefer says okay, but Murphy says only if there is a second debate at a later da..
July 18 AIDS State officials begin info program for prison workers afraid of catching "AIDS." Boring video used. Just press conf...
July 18 America's Cup America's Cup kicks off in Rhode Island.
July 18 Marathon Woman Woman turns 40 and decides to run in a Triathlon.
July 18 Butcher Butcher prepares flank steak dish that can take a little steak and stretch into meal for family..
July 18 Travel This week's travel series takes us along the southern coastline. Hilton Head island on Tuesday.
July 18 Mayoral Debate Preview of four Mayoral candidates as they approach tonight's debate.
July 18 Broadwater Opening arguments begin in the Tommie Broadwater food stamp fraud case.
July 18 Hand Grenades Police find two live unexploded Italian hand grenades in a garbage dumpster, explode them at police range.
July 18 Lancaster Burial Lancaster is buried...Motorcycle Club Honor Guard. Lancaster was the biker shot to death by off-duty officer Shanahan.
July 18 Arundel Corporation County residents sign agreement with Arundel Corporation protecting them from possible cancer-causing pollution.
July 18 Summer Heat City fire officials are worried about kids using fire hydrants to cool off during summer heat wave.
July 18 Andy At Large A look at mini swim meets for kids around the area.
July 19 Ocean City Firefighters Ocean City buries one of its volunteer firefighters killed in arson blaze. Hundreds of firefighters and police arrive.
July 19 Heat Death Heat wave kills one elderly woman in city and hospitalizes others.
July 19 Broadwater Trial Tommie Broadwater food stamp fraud trial continues.
July 19 Mayoral Debate Profile of the two underdog candidates who will be part of the Mayoral debate.
July 19 Andy At Large Andy caddies a round for Gary Player in warm up for the Greater Baltimore Open.
July 20 AIDS Baltimore City beefs up its campaign against AIDS with new hotline phones and entomologist.
July 20 Greenpeace Bethesda woman is one of seven arrested in Russian waters for spying on illegal whale hunting by Russian boats.
July 20 Frank Reynolds Dies ABC Anchorman Frank Reynolds dies from bone cancer with complications from hepatitis.
July 20 Simon and Garfunkle Simon and Garfunkle are back together again. First national tour in Ohio.
July 20 Southern Coastline Travel Travels to Georgia, Savannah.
July 20 FOP News Conference Fraternal Order of Police hold news conference. Warn politicians and public pressure to keep out of Grand Jury investigations.
July 20 Broadwater Trial Broadwater food stamp fraud continues. Defense on the move.
July 20 Greenpeace One of seven Greenpeace members detained by Soviet during raid is from Maryland.
July 20 Charles Center New apartment building going up downtown, part of several new projects at Charles Center.
July 20 Andy At Large A new register that quotes the prices of items you buy, by talking to you.
July 21 Subway Expands Agreement near to expand subway into East Baltimore.
July 21 Housing Starts Baltimore housing and construction pace is way ahead of same time last year.
July 21 For Sale Signs Neighborhood residents win battle to keep for sale signs from going up in front of homes.
July 21 Andy At large Birth and then death of panda cub at the Washington Zoo.
July 22 Days Inn Collapse Major storms rip through the area, destroying what was going to be part of a major hotel/convention complex downtown.
July 22 Harris Sentence Jackie Harris is sentenced to death for second time for murdering Steven Hviding two years ago.
July 22 Subway Expansion Agreement to expand subway into East Baltimore and build a busway at the same time.
July 22 Two On The Road Union Bridge, Md. has State Championship Team in Girls' Softball league.
July 25 Drug Abuse New report on number of drug abusers in the state. Too many for treatment clinics to handle.
July 25 Farm Weather Rainless summer is still young. But there is fear it could turn into real drought and hurt crops and farmers..
July 25 Hypoglycemia This health problem is turning out to be more common than doctors first thought.
July 25 Eder Ave. Homicide Police no closer to solving double murder at North Point Village. We talk to neighbors and friends of dead couple.
July 25 Ruckelshaus Bay State officials take Federal Environmental types on tour of Bay to convince them we need money to clean up the Chesapeake
July 25 Accock Baby Liver Two little Maryland girls are still waiting for donations for their needed liver transplants.
July 25 Howard County Cop Howard County cop is out sick and has run out of sick leave. To keep him on payroll, workers are donating their .
July 25 Andy At Large Aquarium will soon have a trained sea lion show to take place of porpoises.
July 26 Migrant Workers Special report on how Maryland migrant workers are being badly treated and ripped off.
July 26 Accutane New health scare for pregnant women. The drug Accutane.
July 26 JC Penney JC Penney unveils new look and new marketing concept in its Baltimore stores.
July 26 Medical Examiner Kevin profiles Baltimore City Medical Examiner. Contrasts the real life against the TV image of Quincy.
July 26 St Joe Reopens St Josephs reopens its maternity ward after outbreak of meningitis among newborns.
July 26 Broadwater Broadwater food stamp fraud trial continues. Today his daughter takes the stand and says they didn't do anything wrong.
July 26 Migrant Workers Continues Les special report on bad treatment of Maryland migrant workers.
July 26 Gunpowder Silt The Gunpowder River is not contaminated with a carcinogen, despite report published in paper. The researcher was w.
July 26 FBI Anniversary The G men have a birthday party today. 75 years in the sleuthing business.
July 27 695 Pileup New Frederick Road Vid live shot at accident scene with Vo/SOT OPN tape of accident and eyewitness.
July 27 1199E Votes to Strike At Hilton, 1199E members gather and vote to strike area nursing homes over dispute. Video shows members seated and Billy .
July 27 Anne Arundel Schools - Closings Video of school meeting.
July 27 Special Ed Money Ok'd by Bd of Estimates Bd of Estimates OKs money for City Special Rd, avoiding lawsuit.
July 27 Herbert Frisby Obit Feature Joan profiles Black explorer. Frisby talks to son, show pictures of early adventures.
July 27 Liver Baby Little Candy Thomas gets a liver transplant.
July 27 Unemployment Rally Baltimore has one of ten nationwide rallies protesting joblessness, and saying economic recovery is not just around the .
July 27 Swimmers Ear A common summer problem to put a damper on your fun - swimmers ear.
July 27 Handicapped Grads Special graduation ceremony today for mentally handicapped and retarded students.
July 27 Migrant Workers Les continues his special report on how badly migrant workers are treated in Maryland.
July 27 Broadwater Trial Tommie Broadwater trial wraps up with final arguments.
July 27 Drunk Boating State is getting tough. passing new laws against drug boaters on the Bay.
July 27 Timonium Track Opening day of new racing season at Timonium Racetrack.could be his last.
July 27 Chincoteague Pony Annual Chincoteague wild pony swim and roundup.
July 28 Anne Arundel Water Situation Is Critical Brad looks at measures to be taken to help shortage of water in Broadneck Peninsula
July 28 Broadwater Trial Update Joan live shot package on nighttime deliberations.
July 28 Scott Sentence File video 10/81 of Scott who was today sentenced to life for 1980 slaying of Jung Guso at East Eager Street store.
July 28 WMAR-FM Changes Format VO/SOT of last song and first song on new format change tonight.
July 28 Broadwater Broadwater food stamp fraud case goes to the jury.
July 28 Loch Raven Reward Reward offered for Loch Raven lovers lane killer.
July 28 Clarke/Swisher Charges and countercharges between these two candidates for City Council President.
July 28 Editorial Editorial on the need to clean up the Chesapeake Bay.
July 28 Famous Amos Famous Amos comes to town pushing his reading program for kids, his cookies, and a new brand of ice cream.
July 28 Liver Baby Candi Thomas is out of surgery after a liver transplant at Pittsburgh Children's Hospital.
July 28 Accocek React (Accock???) We have neighborhood reaction to liver transplant of little Candi Thomas.
July 28 Ultra Sound New test to reduce the number of strokes.
July 28 Psych Halfway House New place for those treated for mental illness to ease back into everyday life.
July 28 Migrant Workers  
July 28 Water Supply Water shortage now critical on Broadneck Peninsula. If you violate ratoning, your water will ge turned off.
July 29 Turpins Search For Liver For Son Balto. couple shown testifying in Washington. Talk with them at home with their son.
July 29 Broadwater Verdict - Reaction, Mel Steinberg Bite from Steinberg reacting to Broadwater verdict.
July 29 Glen Burnie Festival Video of Annual Glen Burnie Festival.
July 29 Italian Festival Brad looks at food and music and flavor of the Italian Festival.
July 29 Collagen Implant New treatment to correct skin problems, acne scars, wrinkles, scars from accidents.
July 29 Migrant Workers Les visits a restricted migrant labor camp, and almost gets beat up for his troubles.
  29 Broadwater State Senator Broadwater convicted on all counts of food stamp fraud.
July 29 Breathalyzer Attorney General Sachs disagrees with ruling that drunk drivers have right to attorney before taking Breathalyzer test.
July 29 Tax Protester We talk with Maryland man who has won a major court case against the I.R.S.
July 29 Mayor Endorse Mayor gets more endorsements.
July 29 Hall of Fame Baltimore fans already heading to Cooperstown for Brooks Robinson induction into Hall of Fame.
July 30 Balto Marine Returns After Cuban Expulsion Marine comes home after wearing anti-Castro T-shirt.
July 30 Housing Abandonment Survey Video shows nitetime homes and bite with woman who did survey on abandonment and why.
July 30 Liver Appeal At Italian Festival - Turpin At Italian Festival, Turpins appeal for money for son who needs liver transplant surgery.
July 30 Tom Neel, AA Co. Water Director Live Live interview on water problems in AA County.
July 30 Arson Fire On Greenmount Buildings Video of homes arsoned in Baltimore.
July 30 GM Mini Vans To Be Built At Broening Washington Post reports GM mini vans are to be built at Broening Highway plant.
July 31 Brooks Robinson Inducted Two tapes, one Brooks inducted NATSOUND, second Memorial Stadium crowd reacts to announcement during game.
July 31 Hall of Fame Brooks reacts to announcement from Spee
July 31 Harbor Crabs To Be Studied For Toxics Video of people crabbing at harbor.
July 31 Housing Abandonment Study Details Lyn visits two neighborhoods in study and talks to residents about abandonment problems.
July 31 Beth Steel Fatal - Sparrows Point Plant Man killed when lid of tank falls on him. No video.
July 31 Stabbing -Watty Court Crime scene video at scene of stabbing.
July 31 Railroad Complaint - AMTRAK Wants Land Video and bites of people who AMTRAK want to take land from.
July 31 Wild Bill Hagy Reacts to Brooks Bite from Hagy on ESPN on Brooks induction
July 31 Unidentified Man, Police Ask For Help Police ask our help to identify man found shot to death near RR tracks at Loch Raven.
July 31 Woods Fire Blackens Loch Raven Woods Word story on woods fires.