Angelo Bavaro
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Angelo Bavaro is a journalist in the Capital News Service broadcast bureau. He has worked as a digital video producer for NBC News and a production intern for TODAY and Meet the Press.

November 4, 2016
Classified hate groups taking sides in presidential race

The Southern Poverty Law Center, a national civil rights advocacy group, says Donald Trump’s rhetoric throughout his presidential campaign has been “dog-whistling” hate groups around the country. CNS TV’s Angelo Bavaro sat down with members of two hate groups to get their take on the 2016 election.

October 5, 2016
Historic WWII tower in Delaware prepares for renovation

Several local historical groups are working to restore one of the 11 World War II watchtowers that dot Delaware’s coast. The $2.1 million restoration project is currently underway at Tower 3 on Dewey Beach with the hope to open the landmark as a public museum within the next three years.

December 1, 2016
Homeless veterans get second chance with Baltimore bike share company

They put their lives on the line to serve the country overseas. But when they get back many are left with no home and no job. One local Baltimore business is helping them turn things around and giving these veterans a chance to kick-start a new career.

November 17, 2016
Legal action announced in Silver Spring apartment explosion case

Casa de Maryland and a D.C. law firm announced the filing of two lawsuits on behalf of victims involved in an explosion at a Silver Spring apartment complex. The suits are being filed against Washington Gas and the apartment management company Kay Management on the basis of alleged negligence.

October 18, 2016
Maryland & D.C. team up to clean Anacostia River

District of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser, Montgomery County Executive Isiah Leggett, and Prince George’s County Executive Rushern Baker met Thursday to sign the Anacostia Accord. The Accord is part of a larger effort by to restore water quality throughout the watershed.

October 20, 2016
Presidential pardon helps turn tragedy around for local mother

“Tragedy” is a word mother and salon owner Teresa Dawkins knows only too well. But after the deaths of three of her children, President Obama stepped in to make sure this story has a happy ending.

November 30, 2016
Southern Poverty Law Center reports ‘outbreak’ of hate acts following election

According to a new report from the Southern Poverty Law Center, nearly 900 hate incidents have been reported across the U.S. in the 10 days following the presidential election. The national civil rights advocacy group is calling on President-elect Trump to forcefully denounce all acts of hate and bigotry.