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.
The James Webb Space Telescope will look deeper than any other telescope before, to the edge of the big bang.
President Donald Trump’s reversal of some of the clean air rules imposed by the Obama administration marks a rejection of climate change science.
Washington’s cherry blossom festival is still underway, only it’s pretty much over for the actual blossoms.
A National Marine Sanctuary would be a first for Maryland and the Chesapeake Bay.
A grand jury has indicted a mother for murdering her teenage son, after an argument about video games in February.
Even though Cardinal William Keeler was out of the public eye for some time, he is still a vivid presence for many in the Baltimore Archdiocese.
He turned himself in, claiming he did not throw the fire bombs that killed two people this past weekend in Baltimore.
The sudden banning of laptops and tablets from airplane passenger cabins is growing. At first, only the U.S. was imposing the rule on planes from eight African and Middle Eastern countries. Now, Great Britain is also joining the ban.
Once considered a pie in the sky, a high speed Maglev train between Baltimore and D.C. may become a down-to-earth reality.
On March 10, 1942, the Applied Physics Lab, a top secret lab, housed in an empty automotive garage in Silver Spring was born.
A document about infecting control systems in modern cars was among the CIA’s secret technologies revealed by WikiLeaks.
Rejection, then stalking, then murder. The progression has been seen before, but this time it was made possible by a loophole in Md. law.