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.
Woman shot during home invasion
A 35-year-old woman is recovering after being shot during a home invasion in Edgewood Saturday morning.
Man shot, killed in SE Baltimore
A man was shot to death near a popular Baltimore seafood restaurant police said.
Police search for clues in Lochearn homicide
Baltimore County detectives are investigating a homicide in Lochearn that left a young man dead early Saturday morning.
BCoPD investigate shooting involving city cop
Baltimore County police are investigating a shooting involving a city police officer.
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.