Manheim Farm Show parade
Manheim Farm Show parade
According to the analysts at All About Cookies, Baltimore ranks second Per Capita among cities receiving the most weekly scam calls. READ MORE: https://www.wmar2news.com/news/local-news/study-baltimore-ranks-2nd-among-cities-receiving-most-weekly-scam-calls
St Pete teachers discover rare ice age fossils
Police said the suspect was linked to the cold case killing of 19-year-old Jennifer Brinkman through advanced DNA technology
There are new efforts to speed up cross-border travel between the United States and Canada. The pilot program launched on December 1.
Zayne Abdullah and Donnell Burgess were arrested back in January 2020 for allegedly assaulting a police sergeant outside a West Baltimore convenience store. READ MORE: https://www.wmar2news.com/news/local-news/city-considering-750k-payout-over-police-sergeants-false-arrest-report
Lawsuit alleges popular law enforcement gun is "the most dangerous pistol sold in the United States"
With cold weather comes the need for parkas to keep you toasty. The longest coat in length by The North Face, this parka has it all: a hood, 600-fill recycled down, and protection against all the winter elements.
Kate Middleton and Prince William kicked off their first trip to the United States since 2014, touching down in Boston on Wednesday. Kate Middleton and Prince William landed in Boston on Wednesday to kick off their three-day trip in the area ahead of the 2022 Earthshot Prize Awards.
Kansas City celebrated KSHB 41 Chief Meteorologist Gary Lezak on Thursday, Dec. 1, 2022.
STORY: Huddled in a tent and anxiously following a match between Tunisia and France, the refugees cheered, each rooting for a different team."The youth are excited about the games," Salamat said. The ‘Qatar FIFA 2022 for All: Celebrating Football with Refugees and Displaced people’ initiative kicked off in conjunction with the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022.The initiative aims to share the World Cup with refugees and internally displaced persons living in camps by setting up fan zones in several countries, the charity’s website says.Opened in 2012, Zaatari camp currently hosts around 80,000 people. It remains the largest refugee camp in the Middle East, according to the UNHCR’s website.
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How do you inspire teachers as we face a teacher shortage and pandemic learning challenges? The organization Honored believes it is key to remind them - what they do makes a difference.
A Brooklyn-based art collective poked fun at the status-conscious Art Basel Miami Beach art show with a project called “ATM Leaderboard” that displays and ranks the bank balances of attendees who choose to interact with it.Video posted on Thursday, December 1, shows the art piece by MSCHF. The project consists of an ATM refitted to capture a photo of the user and display their bank account balance, according to news reports.A man inserts his card and the machine reads “$48,339.99,” ranking him 21st on the leaderboard, the footage shows.The first-place slot at the time of recording was held by a man with more than $2 million in his account.The video, taken in Florida, was posted by Joel Franco.“Even if you’re not doing it, there’s a lot of tension in the air,” Gabriel Whaley, one of MSCHF’s founding members, told Artnet News. “Just being near it feels invasive, and it’s kind of goading you from afar.”The work was sold to a local Miami collector for $75,000, according to artnews.com. Credit: Joel Franco via Storyful
Gifford Medical Center restarting their SANE Program
Millers playing for more than a state championship
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City Furniture grand opening
Snow swept across parts of Washington state on November 30, impacting flights and causing power outages in the area.This footage was captured by Rachael Fewkes, who said she captured it from her home in Spokane on Wednesday morning.On Thursday, the National Weather Service said light snow showers remained possible throughout the day. Credit: Rachael Fewkes via Storyful
Hidden cameras reveal pine martens successfully breeding in New Forest
Following a Marshall Project/News 5 investigation, a state lawmaker says she will propose a law that requires police to record race during every traffic stop in Ohio.