Born and raised in Philadelphia and South Jersey, Rick’s thrilled to be working in the Northeast.
Since coming to Baltimore, he’s covered some of the biggest stories throughout the city and our region, including the death of Freddie Gray, the riots and protests that followed and the trials of the officers initially charged in Gray’s death. He was also on scene for the tragic workplace shooting in Harford County and the F2 tornado that ripped through parts of the Eastern Shore. Rick has played a key role in the coverage of several sports-related stories — including the Ray Rice scandal and the controversy surrounding Colin Kaepernick and other NFL players taking a knee during the national anthem.
Before moving to Baltimore, Rick was the chief reporter for the Collier County bureau at WBBH in Fort Myers/Naples, Florida.
Rick started his career at WMGM-TV in Atlantic City where he was a news and sports anchor/reporter.
He graduated from Widener University in Pennsylvania where he started all four years for the university’s football team as a wide receiver and was selected to play in a national all-star game in Salem, Va.
Rick lives in the city with his wife. They love spending time with their family and friends, and uncovering everything Baltimore has to offer.
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Five days later, the scene where a Baltimore police detective was fatally shot is still an active crime scene.
The neighborhood where a Baltimore police detective was shot and later died, is notorious for gun violence.
Last week the Baltimore police commissioner was fired up at a press conference, Wednesday, the mayor responded to those who are lashing out at her. They say she doesn’t take the violence seriously.
Police investigating a group of students accused of posting threatening and discriminatory comments aimed at a transgender student.
A stretch of teen violence is showing no signs of slowing down. From vicious attacks at the Inner Harbor to carjackings in quiet communities. A crisis Baltimore is struggling to get a hold on.
Baltimore churches are now preparing for what was once the unimaginable after the Texas church shooting.
Baltimore Mayor Implements ‘Daily Morning Huddle’ To Combat Youth Violence; Commissioner Blast Criminal Justice System
From attacks at the Inner Harbor to carjackings throughout the City, police say crime involving teenagers is simply out of control.
Police were on the scene of a double shooting in Dundalk Wednesday afternoon.
Within minutes of the van driver in Freddie Gray’s arrest being found not guilty by a police disciplinary board, the news hit the rainy streets of west Baltimore.
Three people were shot Monday morning near the Baltimore Police northwest district station. One has died.
As the annual homicide rate for Baltimore has reached 300 for the third year in a row, another ceasefire is being planned for this weekend.
For numerous times in just days, teens assaulted citizens at the Inner Harbor.