Watch + Listen
Watch + Listen
- Inspirational Univ. Of Maryland Student Loses Battle With Brain Cancer A University of Maryland student who inspired people across the country has lost his battle with brain cancer.
- Ravens LT Eugene Monroe Talks Re-Signing Baltimore Ravens Left Tackle Eugene Monroe joined Scott and Jeremy to discuss his feelings on staying with the Ravens for another 5 years.
- Baltimore Co. Schools Approve Major Technology Contract A massive technology contract proposed for Baltimore County schools. It's part of an initiative to put laptops or tablets in the hands of every student.
- Lawmakers Consider Labeling Genetically Modified Food What do you know about the foods you eat? So many food products include genetically modified ingredients that some groups are calling for labeling.
- Budget Cuts Hit Md. Air National Guard Hard Budget cuts in the military have hit the Maryland Air National Guard particularly hard, with fleets of aircraft being reassigned or retired.
- New Md. Act Will Help Those With A Criminal History A new bill to be heard in Annapolis is aimed at helping former inmates get back on their feet.
- Hollywood Ending: Woody Harrelson Has New Role At Baltimore's Inn At The Black Olive He's an Emmy Award winner and Oscar nominee, and now he's going to be spending some time in Baltimore. Woody Harrelson was in Baltimore three years ago to film an HBO movie. Now, he's going to be a game changer for a hotel and a family in Fells...
- Md. Bloodhound Sniffs Out Huge Prize He was bred for the business of tracking but a Maryland bloodhound has managed to sniff out the dog world's biggest prize.
- Bikers Ride Into Baltimore To Honor Those Lost At Sandy Hook Riding to remember. Team 26, a group of bikers honoring the 26 lives lost in the Sandy Hook school shooting, rides into Baltimore---this as the father of the Newtown shooter speaks out for the first time.
- Md. Legislators Want To Make Pre-K More Accessible To Children A push to make pre-K more accessible to Maryland children is well underway. Senate lawmakers have already voted in favor of a plan to expand the program.
- Mystery Surrounds Mega Millions Millionaire Someone in Baltimore is walking around with a Mega Millions ticket worth $1 million, but two weeks after it was purchased no one knows who it is.
- Baltimore City Trying To Bring Back Charm Lexington Market Once Had It's been a Baltimore staple since 1782. But in recent years, the Lexington Market has lost some of its charm due to drugs and other problems just outside its doors.