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Maryland Weather: Snow Could Impact Parts Of The State Sunday Night Into Monday Morning

Baltimore, MD (WJZ)– Snow could impact areas West and North of Baltimore starting Sunday night and continuing into Monday morning. First Alert Meteorologist Meg McNamara says Western Maryland near Washington and Frederick counties could see snow staring to fall around 6p.m. tonight before moving East. These snow showers will be very hit or miss as they move across the region. Snow accumulation is difficult to tell but most of the impacted areas could see a dusting to an inch of snowfall, while the far Western reaches of the state could see 2-4 inches. As of now this doesn’t appear that this will impact the Monday morning commute in the Baltimore area but highways West of our region including I-70, I-81 and I-68 could see some slippery conditions. The WJZ First Alert Weather Team will continuing to monitor the snow showers and will provide updates as they become available. Follow @WJZ on Twitter and like WJZ-TV | CBS Baltimore on Facebook  
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Frederick County Sheriff’s Office Arrest Man in Connection with Homemade Firearm Use

At approximately 8 a.m., on Thursday, Jan. 13, the Frederick County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) SWAT team successfully executed two residential search and seizure warrants on the 12400 block of Lee Hill Drive and the 4900 block of Linganore Woods Drive, both in Monrovia, Maryland. The warrants were in relation to an on-going investigation, outside of Frederick County, into the manufacturing and distribution of homemade firearms by convicted felon, Joshua Shay O’Neal, age 25, of Monrovia.
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Central Pa. borough poised to become 1st to repeal LGBTQ protections

A central Pennsylvania borough is poised to become the first municipality to repeal anti-discrimination safeguards that protect residents against discrimination based on their sexual orientation, ethnicity or gender identity. The plan by Chambersburg Borough Council to vote Monday to rescind the anti-discrimination ordinance comes only four months after the borough...
CHAMBERSBURG, PA

Maryland Man Sentenced to Seven Years in Federal Prison for Distribution of Child Pornography

U.S. District Judge Stephanie A. Gallagher has sentenced David William Jai Herder, age 41, of Ijamsville, Maryland, to seven years in federal prison, followed by lifetime supervised release, for distribution of child pornography. Judge Gallagher also ordered Herder to pay restitution totaling $45,000 to identified victims abused by others to produce the child pornography that Herder subsequently distributed, received, and/or possessed.
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14-year-old ready for first full professional season | Fast Lane

BIGLERVILLE, Pa. — When we're young, kids always dream big. Biglerville's Kayla Yaakov has done just so. Ever since she was introduced to a motorcycle at the age of three, she has soared and found her niche on two wheels. Countless accolades throughout her career from nearly 300 wins...
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Dorothy Louise Kitzmiller 1929~2022

Dorothy Louise Kitzmiller (Newman), age 92, of Chambersburg, passed away January 19, 2022 at SpiriTrust Lutheran Skilled Nursing Center. She was born on March 1, 1929 in Hamilton Township, Franklin County, to George Newman and Elsie (Monn) Newman. Dorothy worked at the Stanley Manufacturing Company for 38 years until retirement...
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Dietrich Unveils New-Look No. 48

GETTYSBURG, Pa. — Danny Dietrich and Gary Kauffman Racing have unveiled a new look for their No. 48 sprint car ahead of the beginning of the new season. “We‘re always anxious to unveil a new look. We like to keep things fresh while giving our fans something to be excited about. I think Ryan Taylor did a great job and I‘m ready to see how it looks on the track,” Dietrich said. “I can‘t thank Gary Kauffman enough for the opportunity to be a part of his program again in 2022. We have a lot of support…supporters who believe in us and believe in what we are trying to do. We have the potential and hunger to be competitive anywhere in the country. We‘re going to do everything we can to get this season started with a bang.”
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Do you know this dog? Found dog in Shippensburg

Shippensburg, PA — A found dog was turned over to the Shippensburg Police Department. The dog appears to be young black and white border collie. The dog was found in Shippensburg, on Saturday January 22 at about 1:00 p.m. Police are trying to make contact with the owner before...
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Wrestling winners: Raiders Scheib, White

Wrestling winners at Pitt-Johnstown’s Sports Center Sunday included Shippensburg University’s Danny Scheib and Tyshawn White. The Raiders competed in two Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Division II dual meets, facing Seton Hill and the host Mountain Cats, and also wrestled against King (Ten.). Scheib (Hegins, Pa./Tri-Valley) and White...
SHIPPENSBURG, PA

Veterans Voices: A soldier wonders how Pearl Harbor happened

HAGERSTOWN, Md. (WDVM) — When more than 400 Japanese warplanes attacked the Pacific Fleet at anchor in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii on Sunday morning December 7th, 1941, Corporal Tom Gilliam was getting ready for a date on the eastern side of Oahu where the military installations were located. Gilliam was an Army Air Corps medic stationed […]
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SU Track & Field: Raider Leah Graybill sets new record

Raider Leah Graybill set a new indoor track record Saturday and earned Bucknell’s Gulden Invitational Most Valuable Female Player along the way. Graybill (Lititz, Pa./Warwick) eclipsed the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) indoor record in the 200 meters to highlight the day for Shippensburg University’s women’s indoor track & field team at the Invitational.
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SU women's basketball: Late game surge insures victory

A late game surge insured another victory Saturday for the Raiders over opponent Lock Haven in a home game at Heiges Field House. Shippensburg University women’s basketball team closed on an 11-0 run to surge late in the fourth quarter and defeat the Bald Eagles by a score of 59-52 in a Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) conference match.
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