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.
Tank cars carrying oil can have derailments triggering explosions, fires and spills. That possibility brought demonstrators to Baltimore City Hall to pass a bill that would authorize a study of oil trains passing through the city:
he most expensive, and potentially lethal destroyer the U.S. Navy has ever built, is headed to Baltimore.
This Sunday, Mother Teresa will be formally recognized as a saint by the Catholic church.
Virginia health officials say there are now 40 confirmed cases of Hepatitis A that are connected to frozen strawberries used at Tropical Smoothie Cafe locations across the state, up from 28 cases less than a week ago.
A federal agency is ordering up some oysters—hundreds of millions of oysters.
The FBI is warning that the tradition of American voting could be under attack by computer hackers.
A midnight cruise came to a startling end in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor Sunday when the “Spirit of Baltimore” crashed into a pier in Fells Point.
A new study reveals that harmful bacteria is being carried in some Maryland’s streams and waterways, enough in some cases to make people sick.
Five years ago today, the Earth moved and grabbed the attention of millions of people in Maryland and the Mid-Atlantic. A rare 5.8 magnitude earthquake might still be having an impact on one famous landmarks.
Whoever poisoned 13 bald eagles in Maryland last February remains unknown six months later, and the case is about to be closed.
Perfect time capsules of the beginning, NASA hope asteroids will shed light on the early beginnings of earth.
Maryland’s ghost fleet is ready for its close-up from virtually any angle.