First Responders Celebrated; Towson Teacher Remembers Boston BombingErika Brannock lost part of her leg at the Boston Marathon bombing.
Author Doug Strouse And Boston Marathon Survivor Erika Brannock Live In StudioDoug Strouse and Erika Brannock joined Ken and Steve to talk about Doug's book which features Erika's incredible story.
Mark Zinno: Boston - One Year LaterAndy Gresh from 98.5 The Sports Hub in Boston joined Zinno on Last Call to discuss Boston one year after the Boston Marathon Bombings.
Towson Teacher Injured In Boston Bombing Participates In New MarathonA Boston Marathon survivor is back at a race. Erika Brannock stepped across the finish line at a half marathon in Charlotte.
Towson Teacher Injured In Boston Bombing Meets Hero Who Saved Her LifeWhen Erika Brannock of Towson left the hospital in Boston on Monday to head home, she thanked her support team but asked for one final favor: help in finding the woman who saved her life at the marathon finish line.
Towson Teacher Still Hospitalized After Boston Marathon BombingRoad to recovery. Two sisters, both Maryland natives were severely injured in the Boston bombings. Now one of them has been released from the hospital.
Boxing Coach Who Knew Boston Bombing Suspect Speaks OutThe FBI is following new leads in the Boston Marathon bombings. Those leads come as a boxing coach who knew one of the suspects speaks out for the first time.
Bombing Suspect, Uncle Had Falling-Out Over IslamAn uncle of the Boston Marathon bombing suspects says he had a falling-out with one of his nephews because of the man's increased commitment to Islam.
Univ. Of Md. Doctor Says Boston Marathon Injuries Similar To Those In War ZoneHundreds continue to recover from serious injuries after being hurt in the Boston Marathon bombing. From amputated limbs to severe burns, dozens of surgeries are underway to help victims recover.