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UPDATE: OCEAN CITY MURDER VICTIM WAS STRANGLED

A murder suspect from Ocean City will make his first appearance in court via videoconference Monday at 1pm. Authorities believe Paul Kline killed Denise Webber by strangling her at their apartment in Ocean City Saturday morning. The death has been classified as a homicide, which carries a 30 year to life sentence if Kline is [...]

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OCEAN CITY MAYOR: GROWING POPULATION OF RED FOX

There is a growing population of red foxes in Ocean City this summer. Mayor Jay Gillian says the foxes are generally harmless to humans, and there are several active dens in the city. Gillian advises the public not to feed them, and to use lids on tr...

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COAST GUARD SAVES TWO FROM SHARK FILLED WATER

The United States Coast Guard rescued two people from a sinking boat in shark-filled waters near Sandy Hook on Friday. A civilian rescued the two people from a raft while Coast Guard Station Sandy Hook brought the individuals back to shore in a boat. ##

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MAN ARRESTED FOR KILLING WOMAN IN OCEAN CITY

A 49 year old man has been arrested and charged in the killing of a woman in Ocean City over the weekend. Authorities arrested 49 year old Paul Kline for the murder of 54 year old Denise Webber. The incident occurred inside an apartment they shared at Ninth and Wesley avenues in Ocean City. An [...]

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COASTAL FLOOD ADVISORY FOR JERSEY SHORE SATURDAY NIGHT

The National Weather Service has issued a Coastal Flood Advisory for Jersey Shore points Saturday evening from 6pm until Midnight. High tide will occur around 8:00pm, and some minor street flooding may occur during time of high tide. There could also...

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COAST GUARD ASSISTS UNCONSCIOUS PASSENGER ON BOAT

The United States Coast Guard assisted an unconscious passenger on board a recreational boat near Cape May Inlet on Friday. A man on board the boat “Fishing Fever” was drifting in and out of consciousness early Friday morning and was eventually taken to shore for medical treatment. ##

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