Alex began his journalism career in California.
Alex has received many awards from United Press International and The Associated Press. He also received a Lincoln University Award for his political reporting.
A native of Michigan, Alex moved to California at the age of seven.
He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from California State University and pursued graduate studies at San Jose State University.
Alex enjoys sailing, hiking, writing, movies and jazz.
More Stories by Alex DeMetrick
Giving green spaces room to grow takes green to pull off. Tuesday, grant money was awarded to 15 projects, nearly all in urban areas—including Baltimore.
Maryland’s Sen. Ben Cardin is holding a forum to discuss federal workforce concerns.
The sudden jump from prosecutor to the center of media attention has brought Marilyn Mosby praise and criticism.
The FBI has gone after what it says is the biggest and most violent gang in Baltimore. Wednesday, 14 members of the Black Guerilla Family have been charged with a string of crimes in the city.
A fairy tale ending for a favorite Maryland destination. The Enchanted Forest in Ellicott City opened 60 years ago.
The avian flu outbreak that has led to the killing of millions of chickens in the Midwest is creating an egg shortage for much of the country.
Baltimore is no longer the second smoggiest city in the country—and it means the air we all breathe is a lot cleaner than it used to be.
A Triple Crown winner must come through Maryland and with the Derby and Preakness already clinched, Maryland was rooting for American Pharoah.
Governor Hogan is seeking funds for a high-speed train that would run from Baltimore to Washington.
Pollution you can and can’t see continues to take a toll on Baltimore’s Inner Harbor.
Eight people killed, including three with ties to Maryland, after a speeding Amtrak train goes off the tracks in Philadelphia. Now a month after the crash federal investigators release a preliminary report on the tragedy.
Pomp and circumstance at the U.S. Naval Academy, as the Navy and Marine Corps welcomes more than 1,000 new officers.