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.
Study: Some working, military families in need
Data from Feeding America, a nationwide hunger-relief charity, shows some working families are looking for help to put food on the table.
Maryland Zoo euthanizes giraffe, Angel
Angel, the Maryland Zoo’s 17-year-old giraffe, was euthanized this week after struggling with health issues related to her age.
Baltimore area events: Wednesday
Check out our daily updates of things going on around and in Baltimore.
Hunger Action Month ends with food weigh-in
Representatives from the Maryland State Police and the Maryland Department of Transportation assembled Tuesday at Maryland Food Bank sites…
'Jake's Law' to take effect Oct. 1
Tomorrow several new laws go into effect in our state. One of them means tougher penalties for drivers in crashes caused by using your cell…
Debbie's Deals: Flu shot deals
Need a flu shot? Here are some options.
Bank of America paying $7.65M to resolve inquiry
The Securities and Exchange Commission says Bank of America will pay $7.65 million to settle allegations that it overstated how much capital…
Refunds for caffeine-infused underwear
If you purchased caffeine-infused underwear because of promises it will make you thinner, federal regulators say you were hoodwinked -- but…
Starbucks closing some customer rewards accounts
There's a mystery surrounding Starbucks ....and the coffee chain has not yet completely explained it.