It’s time to say goodbye to Kai. Kai is leaving us to join Sinclair Broadcast Group as a special correspondent based in Washington D.C. covering stories around the nation. New Year’s Eve is his last newscast with WJZ.
Kai Jackson spoke with Diana Morris, Elliott Ferguson and has information on holiday events in the region.
Kai Jackson spoke with Phillip B.J. Reid and Vince Vaise.
Kai Jackson spoke with Chief Judge Robert M. Bell, Dr. Carla D. Hayden and Georgia King and Dr. Chris Ford.
Kai Jackson spoke with Dr. Michael Cox, the founder of AVAM, and two brothers of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity.
Kai Jackson spoke with Sally Dworak-Fisher, Jason Perkins-Cohen and Kristen Hileman.
Kai Jackson talks to members of the Tuskegee Airmen, the Maryland Historical Society and the Enoch Pratt Free Library.
Kai Jackson talks to representatives from the Associated Black Charities, the Arch Social Club and War of 1812 Bicentennial Commission.
Kai Jackson spoke with F. Michael Higginbotham, Amy Taubenfeld and Caroline Hubbard, and Diane Wit and Sylvia Mackey and Ellen H. Yankellow.
It’s a tough job. Being a cop can be both rewarding and filled with anxiety. These days the Baltimore City Police Department is under the microscope for controlling crime and its policies. Now there’s a push by the brass to get the highest caliber officers on the force.
Kai Jackson spoke with Edel Blumberg, students and teachers from Cristo Rey High School and Dr. Armando Sardi.
Did you know that Jessica Kartalija, Kai Jackson and Don Scott were all in movies and that Tim Williams was in a TV show?