Maryland Watermen Reflect on 2022 Blue Crab Season | Latest News

CRISFIELD, Md.- Maryland’s blue crab season ends on Thursday, Dec. 1. Robert Newberry, chairman of the Delmarva Fisheries Association, says that after a rough start, the season picked up. “It started out a little on the rough side… because the state had said there weren’t as many little crabs,” said Newberry. “But we found basically … Read more

Xmas Trees Pricier This Year: Fuel, Labor Costs Blamed | Latest News

DELMAR, Md. – Do you prefer a fresh or artificial Christmas tree? Many folks prefer one over the other, and they each have their own reasons. “If we cut down natural trees – we like watching them in their natural environment because we do not want to cause deforestation, which can harm the environment,” said … Read more

*Latest Information* Roommates of Slain University of Idaho Students Not Believed to be Involved, Some of the Victims Had Defensive Wounds | Idaho

*LATEST INFORMATION (11/18/22)* On Friday afternoon, the Moscow Police Department released new details surrounding the investigation into the murder of four University of Idaho students that occurred on Sunday, November 13. All of the known information is laid out below in a release shared by the Moscow Police Department. On the evening of Saturday, November … Read more

Ocean City to Allow Some Electric Bikes on Boardwalk | Latest News

OCEAN CITY, Md.- The Ocean City Council has voted to allow class 1 electric bikes on the town’s boardwalk. E-bikes were previously banned on the boardwalk. Class one e-bikes can only go up to 20 miles per hour and must follow the same rules as standard pedal bikes. People on the boardwalk had mixed reactions … Read more

Eastern Shore NAACP Leaders Celebrate Wes Moore’s Historic Win | Latest News

SALISBURY, Md.- Leaders on the Eastern Shore are celebrating Wes Moore’s historic win. Shelley Johnson of the Somerset County NAACP says she was thrilled to hear the news. “I’m just wowed! Very excited,” said Johnson. Moore spoke with supporters last night after his victory. “I stand here, humbled and ready to become the 63rd governor … Read more

Local Police Departments Struggle to Recruit New Officers | Latest News

SALISBURY, Md.- The Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office and the Salisbury Police Department say they are struggling to recruit new officers. Sheriff Mike Lewis says people are not interested in a career in law enforcement the way people used to be. “We are digging holes where we have never dug before looking for recruits. Looking for … Read more

Catch the last total lunar eclipse for 3 years on Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022 — and other news

Morning 4 is a quick roundup of stories we think you should know about to start your day. So, let’s get to the news. Last total lunar eclipse for 3 years to hit skies Tuesday: How to see it in Michigan The last total lunar eclipse for three years will take place on Tuesday, Nov. … Read more

Maryland Voters Will Decide the Fate of Recreational Marijuana | Latest News

SALISBURY, Md. – Ballot measure 4 asks Marylanders whether they should be legal to use marijuana recreationally. It would be legal only for those 21 years and older starting in July of 2023. The General Assembly would determine use, distribution, regulation and taxation. Kris Furnish, president of Maryland Marijuana Justice, says Maryland should be leading … Read more

F-35 crashes at Hill Air Force Base; pilot ‘made his best effort to avoid any buildings’

Estimated read time: 3-4 minutes HILL AIR FORCE BASE — An F-35A Lightning II fighter jet crashed at Hill Air Force Base on Wednesday around 6:15 pm Officials say the pilot ejected and was recovered by emergency crews. The pilot was taken to a medical center for observation. Brock Thurgood, who owns property in South … Read more

‘Cannibalistic’ Rochester Hills woman sentenced after victim details ‘horror movie’ attack in court

ROCHESTER HILLS, Mich. – The victim of a Rochester Hills woman who bit and strangled her while pretending to be a wolf likened the attack to a “horror movie,” saying she woke up in her bed to find the “cannibalistic rapist” in an animal-like crawling position, naked, and ready to pounce. Allison Thompson Weaver, 47, … Read more