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Catherine Pugh Filling-In As Host Of Baltimore Radio Show

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh filled in Monday as host of the WOLB “Larry Young” radio show. Radio One was in talks with Pugh to be a fill-in host for two weeks beginning May 16, according to General Manager Howard Mazer. Former mayoral candidate T.J. Smith is currently hosting the show. Pugh was released from a federal prison in Alabama and transferred to a Baltimore halfway house in January. She resigned from the mayor’s office after she was convicted on federal fraud and tax evasion charges.
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Epicenter opens as 6-5 favorite for Preakness without Rich Strike

BALTIMORE -- Kentucky Derby runner-up Epicenter was set Monday as the 6-5 morning line favorite for the Preakness Stakes, which will be run without Rich Strike. The surprise Derby winner at 80-1 is not in the field of nine for Saturday's $1.65 million race at Pimlico. Rich Strike's owner felt the two-week turnaround did not give the colt enough rest and plans to enter him in the Belmont.

Loved Ones Remember Pregnant Woman Murdered In East Baltimore; Baby In Critical Condition

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baltimore police canvassed East Baltimore’s Barclay neighborhood Friday, a day after a pregnant woman, 38-year-old Angel Smith, was gunned down outside her home on E. 23rd Street along with her fiancé. I just spoke to family and friends of Angel, the pregnant woman killed. They say she was told baby was a boy but when delivered, the infant turned out to be a girl. They shared this picture with us of Angel. Both victims were engaged to each other, also had a 1yo child. 💔@wjz — Mike Hellgren (@HellgrenWJZ) May 13, 2022 Smith and an unidentified man were found...

Lt. Richard Collins III Honored After He Was Murdered On Maryland College Campus

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A young African-American man who was murdered by a white man at the University of Maryland College Park campus was honored on Monday. A plaza was named in honor of Lt. Richard Collins III on the same campus where he was murdered. The family of Richard Collins III witnessed the dedication of the plaza along with hundreds who were in attendance, including elected officials. Richard Collins III was a newly commissioned Army officer. He was just days from graduation at Bowie State University when his life was cut short.  In May 2017, Richard Collins III was visiting friends at the College...

3 trap games the Ravens should be wary of in 2022

The Baltimore Ravens are set up for a comeback season for the ages in 2022, but a few of their opponents could rain on the parade. Compared to the rest of the AFC North, the Ravens can boast a relatively easy schedule given their last place finish in the division in 2021.

'Grossly underpaid': DC substitute teachers push for higher pay

WASHINGTON (7News) — In early 2022, DC Public Schools substitute teachers promised to take a "Day of Absence" every Monday until they received a sufficient pay raise. Now, in the middle of May, they're still picketing. "Substitute teachers are grossly underpaid," substitute teacher Lydia Curtis told 7News. After our...

Kudlow: Biden's woke economics are being rejected by the American public

It may seem far-fetched, but it occurs to me that now would be a good time to talk about a return to a balanced budget in Washington D.C. That's right, a balanced budget. Amidst uncontrolled federal spending, deficit finance, borrowing, money printing —and let's not forget, we have a president who believes more spending would actually curb inflation — I think I'm going to encourage everyone toward a new idea: Save America, balance the budget.
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Driver Shoots 2 Carjacking Suspects in Alexandria, Killing 1

One man is dead and another is injured after they were shot as they apparently attempted to steal a car, police said. The shooting took place just before 3 p.m. Friday at an Exxon gas station in the 2300 block of Richmond Highway near Mount Jefferson Park in Alexandria. Evidence...

Independence man arrested for alleged role in Capitol riot

INDEPENDENCE, Mo. — An Independence man was arrested Monday, accused of multiple crimes connected to the January 6, 2021, riot at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. Devin Rossman is charged with entering and remaining in a restricted building, two counts of disorderly and disruptive conduct, and demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building.