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"My heart is crushed right now" Father of Man Killed in Annapolis Speaks on 'Senseless' Shooting

Following the fatal shooting of a 22 year old man in Annapolis, his father briefly shared his feelings of grief on social media. Shortly after 1pm on October 14, 2021, multiple units responded to Pleasant Street for a reported shooting. Preliminary details reveal that one person was found with injuries consistent with being shot. The victim, Cornell Scott-Young, was transported to an area hospital where he died from his injuries.
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Two Severn Women Injured in Double Shooting

The Anne Arundel County Police are investigating a double shooting that happened on Sunday in the Stillmeadows neighborhood in Severn. On Sunday, October 24, 2021, at approximately 10:30 p.m. officers responded to the area near the basketball court on Stillmeadows Drive in Severn for a shooting. Upon arrival, they located...

Baltimore Man Sentenced to More Than 10 Years in Federal Prison for Conspiring to Rob a Gas Station Owner

Chief U.S. District Judge James K. Bredar ntenced Charvez Deonte Brooks, age 32, of Gwynn Oak, Maryland, to 124 months in federal prison, followed by three years of supervised release, for conspiracy to commit a commercial robbery in connection with the robbery of a gas station owner. Brooks was convicted of that charge on August 20, 2020, after a five-day trial. Brooks has been detained since his arrest.

Aging senior living facility looks to redevelop along Glebe Road

Sunrise Senior Living is looking to rebuild, expand and modernize a decades-old facility in Arlington that serves people with memory impairments such as Alzheimer’s. The McLean-based senior living company, which provides daily assisted living services, is seeking Arlington County’s permission to redevelop its Sunrise of Arlington property. Members of the...

Annapolis Man Remains Jailed in West Virginia Following Arrest For Allegedly Taking Public Bathroom Photos of Minors

An Annapolis man remains held at a West Virginia jail after being arrested for allegedly taking pictures of minors inside a public restroom. On Sunday, Oct. 17, 2021, an incident involving an adult male taking pictures of a juvenile male in a restroom was reported to the Morgantown Police Department. The incident occurred during a youth basketball event at Morgantown High School.

College Park Paints Storm Drains to Send Environmental Message

College Park is painting eye-catching art on several storm drains to send an environmental message to help keep the Anacostia River and Chesapeake Bay watersheds clean. Working with the College Park Committee for a Better Environment, the College Park Arts Exchange has hired local artists to paint environmental images on several storm drains, including one along the Rhode Island Avenue Trolley Trail, to help people be more mindful about what goes into the drains, which ultimately feed into the Anacostia River and Chesapeake Bay.

TWISB Podcast: Talking Baltimore Food with EatmoreBaltimore’s Chris Franzoni

On Episode 17 of This Week in South Baltimore, Nate and Kevin talk with EatmoreBaltimore’s Eater-in-Chief Chris Franzoni. Chris has a popular Instagram page with more than 103,000 followers that focuses on Baltimore dining. The trio discusses great plates from around the area, trends in the dining scene, what Baltimore is missing, how Baltimore fares as a dining destination, the current challenges of owning a restaurant, and the remaking of Cross Street.

Man was drunk, driving 118 mph at time of fatal crash, police say

A Silver Spring man was drunk and driving more than 100 mph when he crashed his car in White Oak last year, killing a 72-year-old woman, according to police. Marvin Salinas Rodas, 32, was arrested last week and charged with negligent homicide and causing life-threatening injuries while operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol. The arrest comes a year after the crash on Columbia Pike that killed Woyneshet Armide Ayele of Silver Spring.


Livebait is back! I was finally able to get on a livebait bite after a long break. Here I was fishing in the tidal basin with panfish or all sorts. The bite was on, but only for a short amount of time. As you can see we saw the flathead on the underwater camera! They are in there! Catfishing with livebait has always been one of the most exciting ways to catch them. I will be continuing to try and get more livebait footage, but the bite has been hit or miss lately. This gofishcam is really helping me get some amazing underwater footage I wouldn’t have otherwise, so shout out to them for making great products.

This Maryland City Is Among ‘The Best Places To Raise A Family,’ WalletHub Says

COLUMBIA, Md. (WJZ) — When it comes to the best places to raise a family in America, Columbia ranks near the top. That’s according to a WalletHub study, which compared 182 American cities based on several criteria, including affordability, education, family fun, health and safety, and socio-economic factors. The highest ranked city in Maryland was Columbia, which came in at No. 5. Columbia is considered the second-most affordable place to raise a family, trailing only Overland Park, Kansas. It also scored well in the health and safety category, which took into account air and water quality, hospital quality and other factors. The only other city in Maryland to make the list was none other than Baltimore, which ranked No. 172. Notably, Columbia was also among three Maryland cities named in the “Top 100 Best Places To Live In America.” According to WalletHub, the top three places to raise a family are: Overland Park, Kansas; Fremont, California; and Irvine, California. Rounding out the list at No. 182 was Detroit, Michigan. Visit WalletHub’s website to view the complete findings.

Pedestrian Struck And Killed In Laurel Crash

LAUREL, Md. (WJZ) — A pedestrian died from his injuries Friday after he was struck by a car in Laurel, Anne Arundel County Police said. The collision happened the night of October 11. According to police, 49-year-old David Miles was in the westbound lane of Fort Meade Road near Laureldale Drive when he was struck.