A local teacher is among the injured following the bombings in Boston.
It was Winston Churchill that uttered those words in 1941, just as the United States was being pulled into World War II. We can never give in.
Today’s show was almost completely dedicated to the events of yesterday at the Boston Marathon.
There were no “People Are Talking” or “Coffee With” segments due to coverage of the explosions at the Boston Marathon.
Current CBS News Anchor and former Director of Public Affairs for the FBI John Miller joined Ed & Steve to talk about the terrorist attacks in Boston yesterday.
After the attacks of 9/11 the sports world decided to respectfully take a break. Our country was rocked by the events that occurred and boxs scores were the least of our concerns.
B K is a friend of Ed’s who is an anti-terrorism expert for the Israeli government.
Baltimore Police Commissioner Anthony Batts joined the Norris & Davis show to talk about the tragic events yesterday at the Boston Marathon, and how it will effect security everywhere.
Dan & Tami Hughes who were running in the Boston Marathon yesterday joined Ed & Steve to talk about the terrorist attacks in Boston yesterday.
The Secret Service says it has expanded its security perimeter around the White House following the explosions at the Boston Marathon. And though there are no credible threats to Baltimore, city police have also increased security.
Ten amputations and many more severe injuries. Rescue personnel say they saw battlefield-type injuries on the sidewalk after explosions at the Boston Marathon.
Two explosions killed three people, injured dozens and shattered the euphoria of the Boston Marathon. The race included hundreds of runners from Maryland.