The hottest new audio technology may surprise you. Vinyl is making a major comeback, and Saturday there’s a celebration in Baltimore and across the country.
Survivor story. A local teacher severely injured in the Boston Marathon bombings returns to the city where her life tragically changed.
The state comptroller’s office is opening a treasure chest and inviting Marylanders to dig in.
He was the man the community turned to after a gunman killed two people at the Mall in Columbia. Now the Howard County police chief is announcing plans to retire.
Our recent cold snap might be measured in days, but it could linger for farmers.
Baltimore is remembering one of its best known characters. John Ostrowski spent all of his life at the family business in Fells Point.
Baltimore’s Charm City Cakes continues to get worldwide attention. Now pop star Katy Perry is familiar with local cake maker, Duff Goldman.
There’s a major step to stop violent smart phone thefts. The nation’s biggest wireless companies agree to put a kill switch in every new phone to make it useless if it’s stolen. There have been several recent attacks around Baltimore.
Security continues to increase in Boston as the city prepares for its first marathon since last year’s bombings. Thirty-six thousand people are expected to run in the race on Monday and a group of runners is already pounding the pavement to raise money for survivors.
Boat season is here, and for Baltimore’s marine police, that means things are about to get intense.
Calls for help are changing in this country.
Imagine going out to eat at a local restaurant and running into legendary musician Stevie Wonder. It happened in Baltimore.