Right-to-die debate growing in Maryland
Brittany Maynard, 29, a woman facing terminal brain cancer, has sparked a national debate over the right to die. The debate is gaining…
Deck Daddy CEO: 'They're all paid'
The man listed as the CEO of Deck Daddy faces charges in four jurisdictions.
Neighbors, developer spar over methadone clinic
Opiate addiction, especially heroin, is a huge problem in Baltimore. One estimate lists the number of heroin addicts in the city as high as…
VA Baltimore director says mission is 'clear'
The majority of veterans' claims in Baltimore sit in a backlog.
UVA abduction suspect in court for separate case
The man accused of abducting University of Virginia student Hannah Graham is being arraigned on an unrelated sexual assault from nearly a…
Theater screens silent horror film for Halloween
A Frederick theater is marking Halloween with a silent scream on the silver screen.
Hogan, Brown on the campaign trail
Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown and businessman Larry Hogan are making their final pitches in the race to become Maryland’s next governor.
Police monitor sex offenders on Halloween
Elsa, the Tin Man, a pirate and Super Woman will likely be knocking on your door tomorrow night. But how do you know you can trust the…
FTC sues Gerber over claims on infant formula
Federal regulators announced Thursday they were suing Gerber, the well-known baby food maker, for claiming that its Good Start Gentle formula…
Unused smartphone apps expose privacy concerns
Caryn Bailey is like many of us, her phone is filled with photos. She has so many photos she often deletes unused apps to make…
'Chevy Guy' turns into great PR for auto-maker
Chevrolet executive Rikk Wilde might have nervously stumbled his way through a corporate promo after the World Series, but at least he got attention.
Black Friday ads already beginning to roll out
With about a month until the Black Friday shopping sales, sale information is starting to appear online.