New Study Denies There Are Health Benefits To Moderate DrinkingPrior studies that concluded moderate alcohol consumption is healthy aren't necessarily correct, new research suggests.
Skyrocketing Opioid Overdoses Can Be Traced To ChinaJust released numbers show a skyrocketing and record number of Marylanders dying from drug overdoses.
Toddler Served Alcohol Instead Of Apple Juice At RestaurantA toddler was mistakenly served alcohol instead of apple juice Sunday at a Georgia restaurant.
More Than 2,000 Died Of Drug Overdoses In Maryland In 2016More than 2,000 people died of drug and alcohol overdoses in Maryland last year, an increase of 66 percent over 2015.
Marijuana Legalization Hasn't Hurt Alcohol Sale, Study FindsResearch finds that marijuana legalization actually benefits alcohol sales rather than harming it.
Man Indicted For Negligent Manslaughter In Car CrashA Philadelphia man has been indicted on charges of negligent manslaughter and driving under the influence of alcohol in a crash that left a woman dead and left him and two children injured.
No More Water Bottles On Your Carnival CruiseIf you're planning a Carnival Cruise this summer, you'll want to read this.
Could New Alcohol Detection System Save Lives?Staggering statistics. AAA Mid-Atlantic says studies show every weekend here in Maryland three people die in vehicle accidents because of a drunk drivers.
Best Margaritas In BaltimoreEclectic Baltimore doesn't disappoint when it comes to offering the best and most refreshing margaritas. With Cinco de Mayo fast approaching, take a look at Charm City's top venues for cocktails that beat the heat and up the fun.
Powdered Alcohol Stirring Up Controversy In Md.No powdered alcohol in Maryland. Maryland's comptroller, health care leaders and the alcohol industry all join forces to keep the potentially dangerous product off the market.
Md. Retailers, Distributors Agree To Powdered Alcohol BanAlcohol wholesalers and distributors in Maryland have agreed to a voluntary ban on the distribution and sale of powdered alcohol.
Controversial Powdered Alcohol Product Could Soon Be On Md. ShelvesA concern for parents. The next trend in drinking could soon be in Maryland. It's called "Palcohol--" a powder designed to turn any liquid into an alcoholic beverage.