WMAR

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WMARWestern Massachusetts Amateur Radio
WMARWhite Mountain Association of Realtors (Arizona)
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"I pulled out my phone, and I know I didn't have service," Kreuger told WMAR. "I just texted my mom 'I love you', I texted my dad 'I love you.' "
"Delta needs to retire those MD-80's, they are too old," Jose Bahamonde-Gonzalez told WMAR.
WMAR and its counterpart Central Mindanao Autonomous Region (CMAR) were created under the Marcos regime in 1977 purportedly to implement its first peace accord with the Moro National Liberation Front forged in Tripoli, Libya in 1973.
He didn't get that close," his father, who declined to be named or shown on camera, told WMAR. He said he has been unable to find help for his son.
"On the one hand," wrote Folkenflik, "readers may reasonably wonder whether The Sun will tilt its coverage in favor of WMAR because of their new partnership.
Prior to that he served as news operations manager at WMAR in Baltimore.
Reporters at WMAR say the lobby is "smashed up." Some employees are at a nearby shopping center.
Elsewhere, it has eight other network- affiliated stations, which are WFTS, Tampa, Fla.; WEWS, Cleveland; KNXV, Phoenix; WMAR, Baltimore; WCPO, Cincinnati; KSHB, Kansas City, Mo.; WPTV, West Palm Beach, Fla.; and KJRH, Tulsa, Okla.
"It was one of the ideas that was submitted to look at the issue of panhandling--of whether those people were really homeless and needed the money," says WMAR News Director Sandra McKeller.
Other stations new to the list include Scripps-Howard's ABC affil WMAR Baltimore and McKinnon Broadcasting independent KUSI San Diego.
"My initial reaction was, `This looks like `Headline News' gone local,'" says WIAT anchor Keith Cate, who left WMAR in Baltimore for the main anchor slot on both newscasts.
"One of the things that makes me happiest about joining ABC is that strip of newsmagazines that it has at 10 o'clock...," says Joe Lewin, WMAR's vice president and general manager.