"With the shortage of volunteers and the shortage of career staffing, we may be missing other calls. We've decided the time has come, we need to get out of the transport of the deceased."
"It's a lot of climbing, a lot of running, a lot of crawling and it's all in thick mud. Everyone coming across the finish line is just loving it."
Thomas was found guilty of statutory sexual assault, involuntary deviant sexual intercourse, aggravated indecent assault, indecent assault, unlawful contact with a minor and corruption of a minor. Thomas' argument was that the victim came on to him.
"They're tasked with finding their own source of inspiration and their own self motivation, their own presence and their own confidence."
Paramedics respond to several cardiac arrest calls each month and many of those people in need of help don't make it.
"Once every five years we have to reach every distribution and transmission line to make sure we can deliver safe and reliable electricity to the customers."
"It's very common for a facility of this size and magnitude, with what they had stored, to have those hot spots come back out and be hit again."
Thousands gathered at Antietam National Battlefield for a concert hosted by the Maryland Symphony Orchestra.
"The confederate army, in retaliation for activities that had gone on in Shenandoah Valley against their private citizens, in turn ransomed Hagerstown."
"Hands down ice, it goes crazy," said Food Lion manager Jason Strunk. "Corn, strawberries, cantaloupe, watermelon, that stuff just flies out of here."
A Walmart store in Front Royal has reopened after a gas leak forced the store to be evacuated Wednesday morning.
"She was unresponsive. She was still breathing and then EMS arrived and transported her to Berkeley Medical Center. She had one single gunshot wound on the left side of her face."
"To me it was a shock because nothing like that goes on here. It was a total surprise."
"With our systems we can set up and provide a backbone of communications when no other communications are functioning."
"I think that he committed suicide by jumping over the bridge out in Harper's Ferry. They did an extensive look for his body in the river, never recovered his body."
"We normally do see it pick up more towards the evening as people are getting off of work, and then again right before the polls close."
The Washington County Sheriff’s Office arrested and charged Jesse Earl Bennaka, 31, and Amanda Michelle Benneka, 28. Both are facing a number of charges including theft and credit card offenses, according to a press released issues Tuesday.
The center serves Berkeley, Jefferson and Morgan counties. Clients will now how to visit other centers in West Virginia for assistance.
The charges are all related to the death of Bobbie Blacka, who police say was found unresponsive on May 8 at an apartment at Keyser House on North Main Street.
"I particularly love this day because it really shows us what we believe in, that we actually believe this is Jesus and that he's with us in a special way."
"She would walk with her little six-month-old, and then her little 18-month-old would follow. She was sweet to them, loving. Nothing would be suspicious to me about it, she was just a normal mom."
More than a week after flash flooding ripped through the area, 21 families were able to enter their homes with the help of the community and businesses.
Police in Winchester are releasing more information about a case involving a mother who allegedly sold her daughter for sex.
"All restaurants, all bars, any place that basically employs would be considered a smoke free ordinance."
A West Virginia man who operated a dog fighting ring was sentenced to 20 years in federal prison.
"By just smelling Will's breath, he can tell whether his blood sugar levels are rising or falling."
"We're on a 14 day, 24 county whistle stop tour with a hundred different stops, and this is one of our important stops. We love Frederick."
"I just think it's great that even after his passing, Nick's legacy lives on and he continues to leave a positive mark on so many people across our community."
"I picked him up to bring him here for two appointments, and we knew they were going to have cake but we didn't think (it would be) anything like this."
The Conococheague Creek is at major flood stage according to the National Weather Service and is expected to rise throughout the day. People living in Wishard, Cresspond, Kemps Mill at the KOA and Independence Road at Route 40 could be affected. People should consider leaving the area.
"We believe that Washington County is keeping pace with the rest of the state, and has even surpassed some of the counties in the state of Maryland, so I think we are moving in the right direction."
“I didn’t believe I would live seven days in combat,” he said. “And here it is 70 years later. I’m still alive. I can’t believe that 70 years has gone by.”
"There's just not the resources in the county to decrease the response times. That's what they want to do is decrease the response times, and have staff available at all times to respond to calls."
"It's been almost a year in the making, so we didn't know what the turn out was going to be. We've been out there pushing our social media, and what we saw was amazing."
On the 70th anniversary of the D-Day landings, local veterans are sharing their experiences of that day. Many are now speaking out in honor of those that served along side them but never made it home.
Maryland lawmakers failed to get enough signatures for a petition to get a referendum on a transgender rights law recently signed by Governor Martin O'Malley.
As the Hagerstown community celebrates the 19th annual Blues Fest, the iconic music can be enjoyed all weekend at a festival celebrating it!
"I got a call on my cell phone from the investigating officer saying 'hey guess what, you're never going to believe what happened.'"
Officials with the Frederick Police Department say the scene is all clear in the area of Thomas Johnson Drive following a gas leak.
Investigators with the Washington County Sheriff's Department said two people were taken into custody Thursday afternoon in connection to a burglary at a home on Marsh Pike.
"We are extremely concerned that this process did not reveal William Dandos' past conviction from 1987."
"I was scared. I didn't know if anything was wrong on my end or if did anything wrong, but I knew in my heart I didn't."
"You usually see it on TV, you hear about other people it has happened to but not right in your backyard."
"It was just something that was just a couple inches under the earth. I think when somebody else stepped on it, it started a timer. When I ultimately stepped on it, this happened."
"I want there to be safety precautions about that bridge. Lights, gates, either taking out that bridge and making it higher, just so it doesn't happen to someone else."
"That night the weather conditions were pretty bad, it's possible he didn't see it (the bridge), may not have known the area. If you don't know the area you're driving through you should slow down and take your time so you don't get into a situation like this."
"He said that his vehicle was filling up with water, and not really sure where he's at, and at that particular point the phone went dead."
"It only takes about a foot of water to lift a normal automobile and take it down stream."
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Meteorologist Stephanie Sine reports on the latest flood conditions.