Crime threatened the 34th St. holiday tradition
The lights on 34th St. will be turned on Saturday night, following threats to go dark due to a spike in crime.
Baltimore responds to Ferguson decison
The Baltimore City Chapter of the NAACP held a news conference today to voice their opinion about the decision in Ferguson, Mo.
Union claims Southwest at fault for lost bags
Sandy and Chivy Wieland of Fort Myers, Florida balanced the excitement over seeing their awaiting daughter at BWI Thurgood Marshall…
American Cancer Society concered over e-cig bill
The American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN) is urging Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake to veto legislation that they…
List of potentially dangerous toys released
With Christmas a month away, national consumer groups have released a list of toys that could be dangerous for children this holiday season.
Fundraising for breast cancer not just for Oct.
It’s called Pinktober for a reason. Throughout October, pink products purporting to raise awareness of breast cancer are everywhere,…
Key issues faced by Hogan will require key moves
Four issues. Four real-world concerns. With a new governor taking over the state’s top job in January, a lot of work will need to be done.
Maryland doctor's civil trial being moved
The civil trial of a western Maryland doctor accused of molesting a female patient is being moved to another county to ensure an impartial jury.