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Lead poisoning remains a concern for Md. kids
Hundreds of children in Maryland are diagnosed with lead poisoning each year. Thousands more are exposed.
WWII vet, 90, calls VA wait times 'unbearable'
WWII veteran says he visited the Emergency Room within the VA multiple times, waiting hours during each visit.
State agency investigates deck refacing company
A D.C. based deck resurfacing company promises like-new decks, but customers say otherwise.
Customers say deck company did not finish work
The Maryland Home Improvement Commission says Deck Daddy isn't licensed in Maryland.
Heart attacks cause 48% of firefighter deaths
The Baltimore and Howard County Fire Departments are taking part in a study done by a group of doctors at Johns Hopkins to cut down on the…
Balt. Co. man takes custody battle to embassy
A Maryland based father's battle to regain his children has become an international fight.
Local photography company not delivering product
Jennifer Patro and her husband paid more than $3,200 for their wedding pictures and albums. Two years after their big day, they still…
New school safety protocols in place for 2014-15
"The overarching mission is to try to have a coordinated and comprehensive approach to school safety."
BBB warns against scam e-mails
The Better Business Bureau says scammers are finding creative ways around you spam filters and straight to your inbox.
Sediment increase concern at Conowingo Dam
The Conowingo Hydroelectric Dam in the lower Susquehanna River provides more than half of Maryland's clean, renewable energy. But now…
Partnership aims to cut down VA wait times
Thursday, the VA Maryland Health Care System announced another step in their 'Aggressive Action Plan."
New Baltimore casino policed as a mini-district
When Maryland Live! Opened in Anne Arundel County, the plan was to be over prepared rather than under prepared.