Man Tried To Drown Himself, Now Suing Police Who Saved His LifeA Virginia pool worker, who tried to drown himself during a bipolar episode, is now suing the police officers and lifeguard who saved him because they allegedly took too long to do it.
New Phone App PulsePoint Helps Those Certified In CPR Save LivesMost people who don't get immediate CPR after a heart attack die, but Howard County has rolled out a new phone app that connects those who can help with those who desperately need it.
Maryland Mom Hosts Life-Saving CPR PartiesGatherings to teach cardio-pulmonary resuscitation are popping up around the Maryland area.
High Schools Could Soon Require Student CPR CertificationEvery high school student in South Dakota could soon be required to become certified in CPR.
New App Could Help Save Heart Attack VictimsIt's designed to be faster than a first responder. A new smart phone app will connect heart attack victims with the closest person trained in CPR.
Future Lifeguards Prep For Safety In Ocean CityThousands are celebrating the Memorial Day holiday by heading to Ocean City and the beach patrol is prepping for safety in the water.
911 Tapes Give Insight Into Toddler MurdersA Prince George's County mother charged with first-degree murder in the suffocation deaths of her two toddlers tried to revive them and sobbed over their lifeless bodies, a newly released 911 recording has revealed.
Maryland Students Now Required To Learn CPRAlong with learning the ABCs, Maryland students are now required to learn CPR. The governor just signed a new bill, paving the way for the life-saving lesson.
Bill Would Require Students To Learn CPRPublic high school students would be required to learn CPR under a measure before the Maryland General Assembly.
Maryland Officer Saves 9-Day-Old Baby With CPRA Montgomery County police officer is being credited with giving CPR to help save a 9-day-old baby's life.
Woman Drowns In Pool In EdgewaterA woman who was found in a swimming pool in Anne Arundel County could not be resuscitated and died.
Baltimore County Drawing Attention To CPR ImportanceEvery year, 350,000 people die from cardiac arrest. Wednesday, the Baltimore County Fire Department recognized every day citizens whose CPR skills helped save their lives. The critical life-saving skill is now the focus of a new initiative "Lend a Hand, Save a Life."