Nathan Sterner

Local Host, Morning Edition Director/Co-Host, Maryland Morning with Sheilah Kast

You can hear Nathan from 5:29am to 3pm on weekdays, giving you news headlines, weather, and interviews during Maryland Morning with Sheilah Kast.  He also co-hosts WYPR's Friday morning Spotlight on Station North.Before coming to WYPR in September of 2005, Nathan Sterner spent 8 years at WAMU in Washington--where he worked his way up from a part-time receptionist to an on-air personality, with stints in promotions, fundraising, and program production along the way.  He's also worked on fundraising projects for 40+ public radio stations around the country.Nathan originally hails from rural Perry County, Pennsylvania; he now lives in Baltimore with his Significant Other and a handful of cats.  Well, more than a handful, actually.

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8:35 am
Mon February 24, 2014

Revised Enrollment Goals For MD Health Insurance Exchange, Foreclosures, & The Governor’s Race

Maryland Health Connection logo
Credit http://marylandhbe.com/

State officials are lowering enrollment goals for Maryland’s online health insurance exchange, saying the original goals were mistakenly set too high. Plus: gubernatorial hopeful Lollar picks Timmerman to be his running mate, the state NAACP calls for a foreclosure moratorium, the Horseshoe casino holds hiring fairs, and more...

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8:26 am
Fri February 21, 2014

MD’s Online Health Exchange, Cell Phone Thefts, Medical Marijuana, & The Sun To Buy The City Paper

Credit Tomas de Aquino via flickr

More on problems with MD’s online health exchange. Senator Mikulski announces legislation aimed at reducing cell phone thefts. The Baltimore Sun prepares to buy the Baltimore City Paper. Plus: medical marijuana, speed limits on interstates, illegal dumping, retirement savings accounts, stink bugs, and more.

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8:27 am
Thu February 20, 2014

MD’s Corporate Income Tax, Education Legislation, and A Cyber-Attack At UMD

State Attorney General Doug Gansler is proposing a gradual reduction of MD’s corporate income tax rate. Lieutenant Governor Anthony Brown wants to award more state contracts to minority-owned businesses. Plus: education legislation, a cyber-attack at UMD, and much more.

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8:44 am
Wed February 19, 2014

Another Poll On The Governor’s Race, MD’s Health Insurance Exchange, & The SHA’s Snow Removal Budget

We look at the results of another poll on the MD Governor’s race. Plus: news on the state’s online health insurance exchange, speed cameras, offshore wind, MDs’ income tax, snow removal budgets, Baltimore City Schools’ new CEO, SSA disability claims, and the Baltimore County Executive’s race.

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5:22 am
Tue February 18, 2014

Snow-Related Schedule Changes, Obama’s MD Visit, The Minimum Wage, & A New CEO For City Schools

A snow monster, spotted along Echodale Avenue in Baltimore.
Credit Nathan Sterner / WYPR

A look at this morning’s snow-related schedule changes, and what the snow’s done to the region’s roads and budgets. Plus: President Obama comes to MD today, to announce fuel efficiency standards. Also: MD’s minimum wage, a new CEO for city schools, and more...

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9:09 am
Mon February 17, 2014

Presidents Day Schedules and Poll Results On Governor’s, Attorney General’s & Presidential Races

We round up some of the schedule changes in place on this Presidents Day. Plus, a look at the results of a Baltimore Sun / Opinionworks poll on the governor’s race, the state Attorney General’s race, and the 2016 presidential race. Plus: fundraising, deportations, wildlands, freemasons, and more.

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5:23 am
Fri February 14, 2014

Snow-Related Schedule Changes (February 14, 2014)

A snowman on Woodlea Ave.
Credit Nathan Sterner / WYPR

As the region digs out from yesterday's winter storm, many schedule changes are in effect. Public schools in Central Maryland are closed, schedule changes are in effect for government offices on the federal, state, and local levels, and MARC trains are on an "S" schedule.

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5:16 am
Thu February 13, 2014

Maryland Takes A Snow Day: February 13, 2014

Snow accumulates in front of WYPR's studios.
Credit Nathan Sterner / WYPR

15 to 24 inches of snow and sleet are expected in Central Maryland before the storm is done with us (with lower accumulations possible along the Chesapeake Bay). Nearly everything is closed, including Central Maryland's public schools, federal government offices, state government offices, and most local government offices. MARC trains and commuter buses aren't running. A Winter Storm Warning is in effect until 5am Friday. A State of Emergency is in effect

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1:27 pm
Wed February 12, 2014

Winter Weather Wednesday Night And Thursday

Projected snow accumulation map from the National Weather Service; updated at 1:42pm Wednesday.
Credit National Weather Service / http://www.erh.noaa.gov/er/lwx/winterstorm/
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8:45 am
Wed February 12, 2014

A Winter Storm Warning, MD’s Minimum Wage, Mizeur’s Gubernatorial Bid, and Baltimore Policing

NWS Map
Credit National Weather Service

Governor Martin O’Malley has declared a State of Emergency as a winter storm bears down on Maryland; the system could dump 6 to 10 inches of snow and sleet on the state before Thursday night. More on the storm, plus: the minimum wage, Baltimore policing, a longshoremen’s union rejects a contract proposal, and more.

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