Survivor story. A local teacher severely injured in the Boston Marathon bombings returns to the city where her life tragically changed.
Erika Brannock joined Steve and Terry to talk about the Boston Marathon.
Security continues to increase in Boston as the city prepares for its first marathon since last year’s bombings. Thirty-six thousand people are expected to run in the race on Monday and a group of runners is already pounding the pavement to raise money for survivors.
Andy Gresh from 98.5 The Sports Hub in Boston joined Zinno on Last Call to discuss Boston one year after the Boston Marathon Bombings.
The police supervisor who oversaw the response to the Boston Marathon bombing last year says one of the keys to preparing for terrorist attacks is conjuring up worst-case scenarios.
A very special moment at Camden Yards Thursday night when Erika Brannock, the Maryland teacher who lost part of her leg in the Boston Marathon bombing, took the mound.
A Boston Marathon survivor is back at a race. Erika Brannock stepped across the finish line at a half marathon in Charlotte.
Boston Marathon Bombing victim Erica Brannock joined the Norris and Davis show to discuss her experiences and her recovery.
An inspirational meeting for the Baltimore Ravens and one of their biggest fans. Erika Brannock, a local teacher who lost her leg in the Boston Marathon bombings, got the VIP treatment at Ravens training camp this week.
Boston terror victims and their families come face to face with the accused bomber in court for the first time. And in Maryland, emotions run especially high for a woman who lost her leg in the attack.
She’s the Towson pre-school teacher who was seriously injured in the Boston Marathon bombing. Now the community is reaching out to help 29-year-old Erika Brannock.
For the first time since the Boston Marathon in April, Erika Brannock will sleep in her own bed. The local teacher is out of rehab in Baltimore, but the terrorist bombing has changed her life.