Erika Brannock one of the most severely injured people in the Boston Marathon bombing comes to her own home after more than two months of putting her life and her legs back together.
A Maryland glass blower is tapped to help a popular ice cream maker roll out its new flavor, making your desserts even cooler.
On Tuesday afternoon the 1812 Bicentennial Passport and commemorative coin program kicked off.
When you get carryout in Baltimore City -- it will still be in a styrofoam container. A bill banning the use of foam cups and containers is going back to committee.
Two people ended up in the hospital and one died Monday after all three were shot within six hours in the same city block.
After being beaten at Camden Yards last month, Matthew Fortese is finally out of Shock Trauma and beginning rehab but his family is still looking for answers.
A proud moment for two dozen same sex couples closed Baltimore's Pride Festival. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake officiated a mass wedding.
The trial is scheduled to begin for the Baltimore County Officer charged with killing a teenager.
I’ve been known to exaggerate a time or two, but hear me out: the Baltimore 10-Miler was nearly as tough this year as each marathon. And I’ve finished three. Wow!
A firefighter and a civilian were injured in a three-alarm apartment fire Sunday morning.
It’s been a violent weekend in Baltimore City.
Man who was living in house where Kami Ring was staying before her death is arrested on drug possession charges.
A Baltimore Police officer who fell off the JFX following a crash nearly two years ago still hasn't returned to work. And Teresa Rigby is still fighting a civil case against the driver who caused the wreck.
ABC2 Investigators dig into the discipline files for three local doctors with ties to troubled abortion clinics recently shut down by the state.
A Texas congressman who was choking on a piece of popcorn is thanking a fellow Republican from Arizona and a House staffer who is also a doctor for stepping in to help.
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