Baltimore police to ditch lockup vans
Citing efficiency and safety, the Baltimore Police Department is making yet another visible change in its patrol…
Backhoe shuts down I-695 Outer Loop in Parkville
Baltimore police to ditch lockup vans
Citing efficiency and safety, the Baltimore Police Department is making yet another visible change in its patrol division by eventually…
Baltimore market ripe for investors, home buyers
Living in Baltimore is a bargain compared to all other major east coast cities and that affordability and the city's plentiful housing…
Hogan in Leonardtown for Veterans Day parade
The crowds were big, the sun was shinning and everyone had an American flag. And if you didn't have one, they gave you one at the…
WWII vet returned home for burial after 70 years
The flag-draped coffin of the Army Air Corpsman arrived at Elkton’s Cherry Hill United Methodist Cemetery on Veterans Day more than…
Keep Calm and Coupon On: MD's other coupon queen
Lynn Marziale is a woman on a mission – save money.
Legitimate work-from-home jobs that really pay
A growing number of legitimate companies are looking for home-based workers.
Deals of the Day: Fitness gear
Planning to eat, drink and be merry this holiday season? Why not use Black Friday to pick up some deals on fitness gear to work off some of…
Deal: Walmart pushes expanded Cyber Monday
Walmart says it's doubled the number of deals for Cyber Monday this year.
95th Annual Turkey Bowl coverage
Game previews, rosters, studio interviews and more...
Your first stop for all Black Friday ads
Looking for the best holiday shopping deals? We have them here!
Teachers are Heroes
ABC2 is proud to introduce Teachers are Heroes, a 10-month program highlighting one Maryland school teacher (K-8) each month.
Area's best HS football teams showcased
Here you'll find breakdowns of the top teams in our area headed into the 2014 high school football season. Will these teams still be in…
Student Athlete of the Week
Nominate a standout athlete for a chance to be featured in the Bel Air Honda Student Athlete of the Week series.
Big Turkey Bowl moments have meaning years later
There’s no question that playing in the Brooks Financial Turkey Bowl is an honor and big plays in the annual game are ones that stick…
Ravens aim to keep Saints down in the dome
Baltimore quarterback Joe Flacco enjoyed a productive visit to New Orleans when the Ravens met the Saints in a preseason game in…
Hopkins, Stevenson football set for postseason
Johns Hopkins will be making its fourth straight trip to the NCAA Division III football playoffs when its hosts Rowan (N.J.) at noon Nov. 22…
UMBC tops Wake Forest in NCAA soccer tourney
The UMBC men’s soccer advanced past advanced to the second round of the NCAA tournament after upsetting ACC foe Wake Forest, 3-2…
CDC says binge drinkers also need treatment
A study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found 9 out of 10 excessive drinkers in the country are not alcohol dependent.
Could your genes be the reason you're single?
Researchers in Beijing discovered a gene called 5-HTA1, and carriers are reportedly 20 percent more likely to be single.
NOAA calls 2014 the hottest year on record
The NOAA released statistics Thursday showing October was the fifth month this year with record temps and 2014 will likely be the hottest on record.
Milestone Birthdays Can Bring Existential Crisis
Researchers find that as people approach new decades in their lives they make bigger life decisions.
King's 'The Stand' to get four-film adaptation
Warner Bros. is taking a risk on something other than superheroes and young adult novels by bringing "The Stand" to the silver screen.
TV: 'Homeland' and 'The Affair's best eps so far
SPOILER ALERT: The second in our "Thanks for Watching" series, a review of what was worth watching for the week, covers "Homeland" and "The Affair."
Could rapper go to prison for cutting rap album?
It's a showdown that is breaking legal ground -- a local man with no criminal record facing a lifetime behind bars for cutting a rap album.
'Sleepy Hollow' still scares us after 200 years
It's been 200 years since Washington Irving published "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow," but the story is still scaring America.…