Air Quality Is Boosting Chesapeake Bay Water, Researchers SayCleaner air, cleaner bay? University of Maryland researches are finding solid evidence for it.
Barbara Mikulski Nominates Clinton for President At DNCRetiring U.S. Senator Barbara Mikulski will be the one to offer Hillary Clinton's name for nomination at the Democratic National Convention tonight.
Life Getting Back To Normal For Girl Who Spent More Than 600 Days At HopkinsA 9-year-old burn victim recently left the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center after spending more than 600 days recovering there.
Little-Known Tax Credit Helping HomeownersA local group is spreading the word about a little-known tax credit that can mean the difference between keeping or losing your home.
Audubon Society Recognizes BGE for Bird-Friendly HabitatIt’s an unusual place to find a bird friendly habitat, but it’s happening in the city with the help of a major corporation in Baltimore.
Ravens John Urschel Crunches Numbers With Baltimore Co. Students During Off SeasonThe Raven's season is rapidly approaching, but for one offensive lineman he's been hard at work in the off-season, crunching numbers--helping Baltimore County students learn to love math.
Hospitals On Alert As Dangerous Heat Wave Scorches MarylandHospital and emergency crews are on alert as potentially deadly weather conditions torture much of Maryland on Monday.
'Big Bang Theory' Stars Appear In Melanoma PSA After Md. Girl's DeathThe cast of the CBS comedy hit "The Big Bang Theory" is offering support to a deadly serious cause after a young fan of their show from Maryland passed away.
Gov. Hogan 'Hair BobbleHead' Winner of Bowie Baysox's 'Bobblection'The Bowie Baysox and Maryland Governor Larry Hogan teamed up to raise awareness about cancer on Sunday afternoon.
State Asks Marylanders to Take Challenge And 'Buy Local' For A WeekThe state's Department of Agriculture is asking Marylanders to make a pledge and join the "buy local challenge."
FIRST WARNING WX: Health Dept. Declares Code Red for MondayThe Baltimore City Health Department has declared a CODE RED Heat Advisory for Monday with a heat index of up to 109 degrees possible.
Baltimore City Restaurant Week Gets UnderwayBaltimore City Restaurant Week is in full swing. For the remaining seven days everyone is invited to enjoy the food and discounts being offered from more than 100 different restaurants.