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The odds are low but the danger is high. Christmas tree fires don’t happen very often but when they do, it can be devastating.
Their numbers are growing and they are here to stay.
A holiday tradition that’s enchanted audiences for decades comes to the Lyric Performing Arts Center this weekend. Tchaikovsky’s classic “The Nutcracker” hits the stage.
Anne Arundel County police are asking for the public’s help in finding two men suspected of carjacking a taxi cab.
Heartache and disappointment for hundreds of college applicants after Johns Hopkins mistakenly told them they were accepted when they were actually rejected from admission.
Back in the public eye. After almost a year of scandal, former Raven Ray Rice made his first appearance at a public charity event. He hasn’t attended any local community events since that infamous video of him punching his now-wife inside an elevator was posted online.
Fourteen owners or employees of a Massachusetts compounding pharmacy have been charged in connection with a lethal meningitis outbreak in 2012. The outbreak killed 64 people across the country, including three right here in Maryland.
After five years, Maryland native Alan Gross was released from a Cuban prison Wednesday morning, just in time for the Hanukkah.
As Africa endures its worst Ebola outbreak, local innovators are doing their best to fight back. As Alex Demetrick reports, that includes a team from Johns Hopkins, focused on protecting health care workers on the front lines.
H & S Bakery is adding sustainability to their menu as the company unveils their fleet of alternative fuel vehicles. Tracey Leong explains why they made the upgrade.
Baltimore County has announced that there will be free parking at over 1,700 meters just in time for last-minute holiday shopping.