Since moving to Bowie, Md. as a young child, John Domen hasn’t lived more than two hours away from the region.
Prior to joining WNEW he could be heard anchoring and reporting news for a number of other local stations. He has also covered news and sports at the network level, but never lost his connections with his roots.
He’s a graduate of the University of Maryland, and is always willing to talk about the Terps.
The land of warehouses and University of Maryland storage that sits between the Metro and Route 1 is about to undergo a radical change.
While violent crime continues to fall in Prince George’s County, the number of people killed on the roads each year has stayed about the same, though this year with 59 so far the county is on pace to see a slight uptick from the previous two. That contrasts with a murder rate that’s down to 45 so far. Now police are planning to take the methods they used to help cut down violent crime and apply it to safety on the roads.
Jumping into a giant pit of scrap metal saved his life during an ambush in Iraq, and now a Marine from Arlington has decided the injuries he suffered may have ended his life in the military, but they won’t stop him from living his life.
Police departments are finding out that the Internet really does know all.
Some home owners are furious over a proposal that would reduce the amount of homes available for University of Maryland students to rent.
Maryland Natural Resources Police safety message stretches beyond making sure whoever is behind the wheel stays sober.
Real estate companies are beginning to use Unmanned Aircraft Systems, better known as drones, to provide bird’s-eye views of properties with a quick fly-by.
The Montgomery County Fire Department has invest in three drones that they hope will save lives.
Maryland Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown has claimed for years that he was among those leading the implementation of the state’s health exchanges under the Affordable Care Act.
Opponents of capital punishment marked a milestone Thursday as Maryland became the first state south of the Mason-Dixon line to abolish the death penalty in nearly 50 years, joining only West Virginia.