New Maryland laws go into effect October 1
Starting October 1, tow truck drivers are included in Maryland's move over law.
Carroll County man helping to fight Ebola
Imagine losing seven family members in a matter of a weeks, with three other relatives clinging to life. It's the story of a Carroll…
Inside look: What's behind canceled fun runs
In August, In Focus Investigators brought you the story of a canceled fun run and it's impact on runners. Organizers say it happens often.
Laurel Police Department utilizing body cameras
For the Laurel Police Department, the decision to outfit its officers with body cameras was a natural progression.
Reward for info in Fed. Hill stabbing increased
The reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of a man wanted for stabbing a man in late August has increased.
Robbery turns into barricade in East Baltimore
A robbery quickly turned into a barricade situation late Wednesday afternoon in East Baltimore.
Miracle on 34th St. may go dark
The Miracle on 34th St. may go dark, if the homeowners who string the lights don't see a change in the neighborhood crime.
Armed robbers discover Eldersburg
Several armed robberies have happened near the junction of Liberty and Sykesville roads in Eldersburg, an unincorporated area with a…
Parking spots take a back seat to people spots
Friday was a national holiday -- Parking Day.
Attitude with gratitude
"Grocery Bill" has given our 100,000 cards working the checkout aisle of the Severna Park Giant.
61-yr-old says he could have beaten Usain Bolt
Oscar Peyton may be the only human that gets faster as he gets older. At 61, the man is virtually unbeatable.