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Md. Veteran: 'They delay, deny, and hope we die'
Army veteran Monique Kelly says she's been trying for years to get her claims approved through the VA.
VA Audit: Baltimore has longest wait for claims
Baltimore’s regional Veterans Affairs office has the longest wait for pending claims in the country, the latest audit of the department…
Opioid prescriptions soar among MD veterans
Thousands of Maryland veterans are turning to the Baltimore VA Medical Center for help treating chronic pain. In the last decade, the…
Veterans Affairs aims to restore trust
The nation looks on as lawmakers try to fix problems within the VA system.
Drinkable sunscreen put to the test
Renee Best and Kathryn Longell are twins settling in for an afternoon of sunbathing. One put sunscreen on her body. One drank a new…
Threats not enough for Md. conceal/carry permit
Baltimore County resident Anita Schatz still fears for her life. To protect herself, Schatz applied for a Maryland conceal and carry permit.…
How did they die? Baltimore's murder test
The door was unlocked. Drawers had been rummaged through. There were obvious signs of drinking and smoking. When Jones's landlord…
MD expands insurance for transgender employees
Maryland is now the third state in the country to cover transition-related healthcare for transgender state employees, retirees and their…
Tickets for distracted driving soar in Maryland
According to NSC data, it's not just handheld cell phone use that's causing problems. In 2012, 1.2 million crashes involved…
What parents need to know about drowning
About ten people die everyday from drowning. Of these, two are children younger than 14.
Police arrest 10 for drunken boat over weekend
Police planning more saturation patrols on water to dock drunken boating
Secondary drowning rare but deadly
Doctors say it's after near drowning incidents that you should monitor your child closely.