Prince George’s County Police announced that they have made an arrested in the murder of a local athlete. 21-year-old Rondell Fletcher was arrested on Thursday for the murder of 22-year-old Tyamonee Johnson in Oxon Hill last weekend. Johnson was a standout football player at Bullis High School in Potomac. After graduating in 2014, he attended […]

Calling all high school students! Applications are now being accepted for Congressman Elijah Cummings’ youth program. ECYP invests in promising teens and prepares them to serve as open-minded leaders with the skills, community ties, and global exposure critical to success in a diverse society. The program’s efforts are infused with the spirit of bridge-building exemplified by […]

Join Our Text Club To Get The Latest Breaking News On Your Phone. Text WOLB to 71007 to join! New numbers from the Centers for Disease Control show a record total of confirmed cases of a polio-like illness, mostly affecting children. It’s called acute flaccid myelitis and 186 children had confirmed cases of it in the U.S. […]

Join Our Text Club To Get The Latest Breaking News On Your Phone. Text WOLB to 71007 to join! Johns Hopkins head football coach Jim Margraff has died. The university’s athletic department confirmed in a statement Wednesday that Margraff passed away suddenly at the age of 58. Margraff just finished his 29th season as […]

An investigation is underway after a marine died from a gunshot shot while on duty at on New Years Day Southeast Washington. The incident happened at the Marine Barracks Marine Barracks at the intersection of 8th and I in Southeast. The shooting was “confined” to the barracks and was no threat to the general public. […]

Source: Joe Robbins /Getty According to reports, John Wall will have heel surgery and will miss the remainder of the 2018-2019 season. Wall will have surgey to repair bone spurs on his left heel that has been bothering him throughout the season. While Wall has been trying to play through the injury, he believes that […]

If the Government shutdown continues, the museums on the National Mall may shut down as well. Smithsonian officials announced Thursday that all of its museums, as well as the National Zoo, will be shuttered on Jan. 2 unless a deal is reached. Two-thirds of Smithsonian staff are federal employees and next Wednesday they may be […]

GEORGETOWN, Del. (AP) — A Delaware man has been fined $50 in connection with a crash that killed a longtime Delmarva broadcast news executive. News outlets report that 38-year-old Shawn Armstrong on Thursday pleaded no contest to inattentive driving in the September 2017 crash that led to 76-year-old Thomas H. Draper’s death. Delaware State Police […]

Join Our Text Club To Get The Latest Breaking News On Your Phone. Text WOLB to 71007 to join! Stay fit next year by shaking up your workout routine. The Maryland Zoo has announced dates for yoga and CrossFit at the zoo. Yoga at the Zoo is offered year-round at Penguin Coast, home to more than […]

BALTIMORE (AP) — A counselor at a Baltimore Catholic school has been removed from his post after sexual abuse allegations stemming from the 1980s surfaced in Pittsburgh. News outlets report the Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh announced Wednesday that they had received an allegation against David Trichtinger from his time at Seton LaSalle High School, where […]

Join Our Text Club To Get The Latest Music, Entertainment, Contests And Breaking News On Your Phone. Text BALTIMORE to 24042 to join! Baltimore eclipsed 300 homicides earlier this week and it looks like the wave of violence in our city is far from over. According to Fox Baltimore, a total of 8 people were shot […]

Lt.Gov. Boyd Rutherford joins the Larry Young Morning Show to talk about the re-election (Lt.Gov. Rutherford is the first GOP Lt. Governor to ever be re-elected in the state of MD, while Gov. Larry Hogan is only the second GOP governor to be re-elected in MD), what a second Hogan-Rutherford term will look like (Same […]