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7/18/2019Mayor Buckley Names New Public Safety Team
(WNAV) -- Mayor Gavin Buckley announced the nomination of the Citys Public Safety Team on Thursday. They are Edward C. Jackson for... more >>
7/18/2019BGE Announces 2nd Energy Savings Day of Week for Friday
All customers with smart meters are eligible for the BGE Smart Energy Rewards program BGE asks its customers to conserve energy... more >>
7/18/2019Judge In Capital Gazette Shooting Case Rules On Evidence Sharing
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) - A judge presiding over the case of a man accused of killing five people at a Maryland newspaper ruled Wednesday... more >>
(WNAV) Next week would be a good time to time to visit one of Anne Arundel Countys four regional parks. County Executive Steuart... more >>
7/18/20194 Injured When Boats Collide in Maryland Bay
OCEAN CITY, Md. (AP) - The U.S. Coast Guard says four people were injured when two boats collided in a Maryland bay. A... more >>
7/18/2019Heat Wave-Maryland
BALTIMORE (AP) - Maryland health officials say two more people have died of heat-related illnesses as a deadly-heat wave broils... more >>
7/18/2019Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
BALTIMORE (AP) - An audit says a possible infusion of $3.2 million in state funds and savings from a shortened season may not be... more >>
7/18/2019Police Report Thefts from Unlocked Vehicles
Annapolis - (WNAV) Police in Annapolis say thieves stole from two unlocked vehicles in Annapolis. There was a theft from vehicle... more >>
7/18/2019Bicycles Stolen From Homes in Annapolis
Annapolis (WNAV) Annapolis Police report two stolen bicycles with two different results recently. There was a burglary in the... more >>
7/18/2019Critically Missing Adult
Annapols -(WNAV) A missing Annapolis man is raising concerns for Annapolis Police. He was reported on July 14th in the 1900 Block... more >>
7/17/2019Court Hearing for Capital Gazette Shooting
(WNAV) -- A judge presiding over the case of a man accused of killing five people at a newspaper office, has ruled that although... more >>
7/17/2019 Maryland Agency Didn't Track Million Dollar Grants
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) - An audit of Maryland's Behavioral Health Administration revealed the health department agency failed to... more >>
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) - Gov. Larry Hogan's administration is highlighting a Maryland program that enables young adults to cut... more >>
7/17/2019Maryland Congressional Delegation Presents Congressional Badge of Bravery Awards to Capitol Police O
WASHINGTON Standing in the U.S. Capitol on Tuesday, Marylands Congressional Delegation presented the Law Enforcement Congressional... more >>
7/16/2019AA Police Respond for Stabbing
(WNAV) -- Anne Arundel County Police responded to the area of 400 Cedar Hill Road Tuesday afternoon for a stabbing. Police say an... more >>
7/16/2019Cooling Centers Open in Queen Anne's County
Due to the excessive heat forecast for Wed, Thur, & Fri, the county will be opening buildings for use by the general public from... more >>
7/16/2019Cooling Centers Open in Anne Arundel County
Anne Arundel County will open cooling centers Tuesday, July 16, 2019 through Sunday, July 21, 2019 in response to prolonged high... more >>
7/16/2019Audit shows lack of grant tracking at MD health agency
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) - An audit of Maryland's Behavioral Health Administration revealed the health agency failed to properly keep... more >>
7/16/2019Victim shot with BB gun in Pasadena robbery
(WNAV) - One man is injured in a robbery in Pasadena. A victim told Anne Arundel County police he was with a friend in the parking... more >>
7/15/2019County Executive Announces Waived Fees for Regional Parks in Late July
(WNAV) -- Anne Arundel County Executive Steuart Pittman has announced the Department of Recreation and Parks will waive entry fees... more >>
7/15/2019Local Woman Caught With Gun at BWI Airport
(WNAV) -- For the 19th time this year, a woman was caught with a gun at a BWI checkpoint. The woman from Camp Springs, Maryland,... more >>
7/15/2019Two People Injured in Fire in Crownsville
(WNAV) - Anne Arundel County firefighters responded to the Arden on Severn neighborhood in Crownsville early Saturday for a house... more >>
7/15/2019Anne Arundel County Police Announce Department Vacancies
(WNAV) - Anne Arundel County Police have the following positions open: Management Aide, Police Department more >>
7/14/2019Queen Anne's County Looking to Limit Balloons Into Sky
(WNAV) -- Local politicians are looking to slap a fine on those folks who let balloons go into the sky. County Commissioners in... more >>
7/14/2019Queen Anne's County Add New Ambulance to Fleet
(WNAV) -- Queen Annes County has a new ambulance. The state of the art Ford 550 was introduced Friday. The new ambulance is equipped... more >>
7/14/2019Snowden Issues Strict Statement on Racist Activity in Anne Arundel County
(WNAV) -- Carl Snowden, convener of the Caucus of African-American Leaders, is calling on law-enforcement officials to take swift... more >>
7/14/2019Hogan Statemtent on Possible ICE Raids
(WNAV) -- Governor Larry Hogan is keeping an eye on the anticipated immigration sweep that may hit Baltimore. A statement issued... more >>
7/13/2019County Police Investigate Racist Vandelism in Edgewater
(WNAV) -- Anne Arundel County police are investigating racially-motivated vandalism in Edgewater. The graffiti was found June 26... more >>
7/13/2019Train Derailed in Odenton Friday
(WNAV) -- No injuries are being reported after a cargo train derailed in Odenton Friday afternoon. The train derailment happened... more >>
7/13/2019Mayor Buckley Statement on ICE Raids
(WNAV) -- Annapolis Mayor Gavin Buckley is speaking out about the possible ICE raids across the country. Buckley said in a statement,... more >>
7/13/2019Fire Reported at Naval Academy Friday Night
(WNAV) -- The Naval Academy Fire Department responded to a fire in the upper floors of a portion of Rickover Hall at USNA at approximately... more >>
7/12/2019Fines to be Set for Running School Bus Stop Signs
(WNAV) As the new school year approaches, Queen Annes County has set new fines in place for motorists who run school bus stop signs. On... more >>
7/12/2019Annapolis Arts District partners to bring over $15,000 in new landscaping to the Clay Street Communi
The Annapolis Arts District partners with the state and Home Depot to beautify the edges of Clay Street in Annapolis. The main... more >>
7/12/2019The Annapolis Arts District donates $10,000 to the City to improve wayfinding in Annapolis
In an effort to improve the way visitors navigate downtown Annapolis, the Annapolis Arts District has donated $10,000 to the city... more >>
7/12/2019July is Vehicle Theft Prevention Month
July is National Vehicle Theft Prevention Month. In 2017 alone, 773,139 motor vehicles were stolen nationwide, costing vehicle... more >>
7/12/2019Annapolis Police Foundation Shop with a Cop
The Annapolis Police Foundation has received a Target Public Safety grant for the purchase of Target gift cards for Annapolis police... more >>
7/12/2019Maryland Governor-Donations
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) - The Maryland Democratic Party has filed a second complaint alleging campaign finance violations against... more >>
7/12/2019Anne Arundel County Police Arrest Crownsville Man for Possession of Cocaine and a Pistol
(WNAV) Anne Arundel County police found multiple bags with cocaine residue, as well as bullets and a pistol when they forced their... more >>
7/11/2019Local Attacks Noted in Recent Study of Mass Attacks
(WNAV) -- Two public attacks in Maryland last year were noted in a report from the secret service. That report said that there were... more >>
7/11/2019BWI Launches New Tool to Track Flight Operations and More
(WNAV) -- WebTrak is an online tool that provides data about airline operations, including noise measurements from permanent monitors... more >>
7/11/2019New Report Says Flooding Could be Frequent in Coming Years
(WNAV) -- On days with otherwise pleasant weather, Baltimore and Annapolis flooded a dozen times each in 2018, setting records in... more >>
7/11/2019Heat Related Death in Maryland
(WNAV) -- The state health department released a report saying a man between the ages of 45 and 64 died last week in Baltimore City.... more >>
7/10/2019Road Construction Delayed
(WNAV) -- Maryland Department of Transportation officials say the culvert replacement project on Defense Highway between the Ridges... more >>
7/10/2019Brick Campaign at New Annapolis Library
(WNAV) -- The public has been given the opportunity to have an inscribe brick in the walkway of the new Annapolis library. With... more >>
7/10/2019Jury Convicts Davidsonville Man of Child Sex Abuse of Three-Year-Old Child
ANNAPOLIS, Md. - Anne Arundel County State's Attorney Anne Colt Leitess announces a jury conviction for a Davidsonville man accused... more >>
7/10/2019Anne Arundel County Firefighters Put out a Home Fire in Indian Villiage
(WNAV) Anne Arundel County Firefighters put out a fire in an empty Pasadena home Tuesday afternoon. Around 12:45pm, firefighters... more >>
7/10/2019Suspect wanted in Fast Food Parking Lot Assault and Robbery
(WNAV) County police are looking for a man in a Glen Burnie Assault and Robbery from last month. On June 22 around 4:07pm, police... more >>
7/10/2019Anne Arundel County Police Arrest Two Men for Possession of Drugs and a Loaded Gun
(WNAV) A routine traffic stop turns into a big drug arrest for Anne Arundel County Police. Tuesday, around 1pm, detectives conducted... more >>
7/10/2019Gov. Hogan Names New Leader of Maryland National Guard
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) - The first African American and female leader of the Maryland National Guard is retiring, and Gov. Larry Hogan... more >>
7/10/2019Attorneys General Write PJM on Search for New CEO
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) - The attorneys general of Maryland, Delaware and the District of Columbia are urging the nation's biggest... more >>
7/10/2019University of Maryland System Forms Panel to Find New Chancellor
BALTIMORE (AP) - The University System of Maryland has announced a search committee to find a new chancellor for the 12-campus... more >>
7/10/2019Maryland Governor Hogan Appoints New Labor Secretary
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) - Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan has appointed a new labor secretary. Hogan announced the appointment of Tiffany... more >>
7/9/2019Arrest Made in Pool Party Shooting
Jacovi Devaughn Johnson, 21 of Glen Burnie was taken into custody for the shooting at the Glen Burnie Swim Club that left James... more >>
7/9/2019Chesapeake Bay Trust Names Gary Jobson Chairman of the Board of Trustees
Annapolis, Maryland - The Chesapeake Bay Trust has a new chairman for their Board of Trustees. World renowned sailor, television... more >>
7/9/2019Maryland National Aquarium says dolphin 'Maya' has died
BALTIMORE (AP) - One of seven dolphins at Maryland's National Aquarium has died following a months long illness. The aquarium said... more >>
7/8/2019State Police Reveal Results of Increased Holiday Inforcement
(WNAV) - Maryland State Police say they made over 9,500 traffic stops over the long Independence Day Weekend. The troopers increased... more >>
7/8/2019Maryland officials kill almost 400 geese as population booms
SALISBURY, Md. (AP) - Maryland wildlife officials say they've euthanized nearly 400 geese in an effort to curb the excessive population. ... more >>
7/7/2019Missing Woman from Glen Burnie
Updated 5:30 PM Missing person has been found safe. Lana Louise Daniels has been missing since Saturday evening. She is... more >>
7/7/2019Changes to Voter Registration Forms
(WNAV) -- Voters in Maryland will no longer be required to identify themselves as male or female when they register to vote. The... more >>
7/7/2019Road Rage Leads to Fatal Accident in Rockville
(WNAV) -- An Ohio man is dead after a wreck on the I-270 ramp to I-370 north of Rockville on Saturday. Maryland State Police say... more >>
7/7/2019County Executive Pittman Issues Strict Warnings to Bullies
(WNAV) -- Anne Arundel County Executive Stuart Pittman is laying the hammer down on bullying in the county. A new bullying policy... more >>
7/7/2019One Dead After Shooting At Pool Party
(WNAV) -- One person was left dead and two others were injured after a shooting at a pool party Friday night in Glen Burnie. Officers... more >>
7/6/2019Sobriety Checkpoint Nets Impaired Driver
The Maryland State Police, Forestville Barrack conducted a sobriety checkpoint Friday evening, July 5, 2019 on northbound Maryland... more >>
7/5/2019House Fire in Brooklyn Park Friday Morning
(WNAV) A basement fire in Brooklyn displaces two people early Friday Morning. Anne Arundel Firefighters responded to a 9-1-1... more >>
7/5/2019Police Beat
(WNAV) The holiday weekend continues, but thieves were hard at work earlier in the week in Annapolis. Police Spokeswoman Sgt.... more >>
7/5/2019 Maryland Agency Outlines Response to Cybersecurity Incident
BALTIMORE (AP) - The Maryland Department of Labor has started notifying about 78,000 customers about potential unauthorized activity... more >>
7/5/2019New Citizens Sworn in at Paca House in Annapolis
The William Paca House in Annapolis was the sight of a swearing in for 22 new American Citizens on the 4th of July. With the... more >>
7/4/2019Accident in Queenstown Delays Bridge Traffic
(WNAV) Wednesday night there was a traffic accident on Route 50 at the Queenstown Outlets involving power lines. Sgt. Curley... more >>
7/4/2019Hogan Facing Blowback Over Funding Rejection
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) - Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan says he won't agree to spend more than $245 million that state lawmakers had... more >>
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