Baby left in hot car at church dies at hospital
A 13 month old foster child left in a hot car died in an Edgemere church parking lot, Baltimore County…
Mandel to lie in repose at Maryland State House
Some keyless car drivers making fatal mistake
At least 13 people have died from carbon monoxide poisoning related to keyless auto ignitions. Many others have been injured. And yet,…
Keyless ignition deaths mount
At least 13 known deaths from carbon monoxide poisonings linked to keyless ignitions have occurred since 2009, according to a Scripps News…
EXCLUSIVE: Lawsuit targets keyless ignition cars
Ten of the world's largest automakers are facing a consumer class action lawsuit filed early Wednesday morning in California on behalf of…
Glenwood parents nervous about first day back
Some parents were left with concerns regarding the safety of Glenwood Middle School following Wednesday's meeting.
Chick-fil-a offers free sandwiches for O's fans
It's O's day at Chick-fil-a. That means any fan wearing orange clothing or Orioles gear can visit any participating…
$1.31 scoops of ice cream at Baskin-Robbins
Say goodbye to August with $1.31 scoops of ice cream from Baskin-Robbins.
Victim: Bank determind check was fraudulent
A Harford County woman received a check for a car that she was selling; she says it took the bank five minutes to determine it was fake.
Diva of DIY: From old stool to trendy end table
Leeann Lee takes an an upcycling project that will give your home a real lift!
Habitat Restores building homes, communities
Habitat for Humanity Restores now have five locations in the Greater Baltimore region.
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High School Sports Health Guide
This guide provides a wide range of news and information aimed at keeping high school athletes safe and healthy during the big game, practice…
Events in and around Baltimore
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Built Upon a Dream project
This exciting program will match professionals with a private, non-profit organization in need.
Baltimore Comic-Con 2015
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Storm Shield offers alerts to landline phones
When severe weather strikes, information is paramount. The makers of the Storm Shield App have a new way to alert people quickly.
GBMC is Celebrating 50 Years!
On October 2, 2015, GBMC HealthCare will celebrate 50 years of providing high quality, compassionate care to the greater Baltimore community.
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Brady v. NFL could be ending soon ... sort of
The judge presiding over the Deflategate hearing says he could even make a ruling "from the bench," but even if that happens, is the feud really over?
Hulk Hogan begs for forgiveness in ABC interview
During an interview with ABC, Hulk Hogan apologized to his fans and opened up about his rant in which he used a racial slur.
MLB fan safety a concern after death in Atlanta
After a Braves fan fell to his death Saturday at Turner Field in Atlanta, Georgia, many people are calling for the MLB to improve stadium safety.
Maria Sharapova drops out of US Open
For the second time in August, Maria Sharapova's leg injury has sidelined her from competing.
Science can save your melting ice cream cone
Researchers in Scotland have found a way to make your ice cream melt slowly in the summer sun.
New Horizons has its next target in Kuiper belt
After Pluto, New Horizons won't have many opportunities to pass by scientific targets out in the vast reaches of the Kuiper belt.
Neurologist Oliver Sacks Dies 'a sentient being'
Famed neurologist Oliver Sacks, who documented and ruminated on his patients' peculiar cases, has died at age 82.
Are naps good or bad for you?
Depending on how you're wired and your lifestyle, naps can be necessary for your body or a sign of poor health.
President Obama joins TV's Bear Grylls
President Obama will become the first U.S. president to learn survival tactics from Bear Grylls. The two will tackle the Alaskan tundra.
Christian film is top new film at theaters
The Sony TriStar release took in $11 million by appealing to faith-based audiences, an often powerful but underserved demographic…
Man finds $20, buys winning $1M lottery ticket
A California bartender found $20 on the street, used it to buy a lottery ticket and won $1 million.
Chicago Target wants to serve liquor like a bar
A Target store in Chicago has applied for two liquor licenses, one of which would allow it to serve alcohol to customers ... like a bar.
Girl's lunchbox reportedly gets her sent home
A girl named Laura was reportedly sent home from school because the school said her Wonder Woman lunchbox featured a "violent image."
6 times Wes Craven reinvented horror
Wes Craven's death means cinema lost a great innovator. Here were six of his triumphs.