Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Center Epitomizes Resilience During Abolitionist MovementIt took 5 years from when ground was broken until the new Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Center opened on the Eastern Shore.
Winter Weather Blasts the East Coast; State of Emergency for Wicomico Co.Some areas saw dusting, others saw several inches of snow Saturday. Tracey Leong explains which regions were the hardest hit.
Obama Sanctions Against Russia Include Denial Of Access To Md. CompoundThe White House announced Thursday that President Barack Obama has authorized several sanctions against Russia.
Crop Duster Catches Fire After Failed Take Off On Eastern ShoreMaryland State Troopers found an eastern shore crop duster plane in flames after a crash Sunday afternoon.
Ahead Of Hermine, Gov. Hogan Declares State of EmergencyIn anticipation of Tropical Storm Hermine, Governor Larry Hogan has declared a state of emergency for parts of Maryland.
Ocean City Preparing For Tropical Storm HermineWatches and warnings are in effect for parts of Maryland, as Tropical Storm Hermine churns up the East Coast. Ocean City is preparing for potential problems.
VIDEO: Charges Pending After Boaters Brawl On Md. RiverMaryland Natural Resources Police are investigating a brawl on board a crowded rental boat in the Choptank River over the weekend.
Couple Arrested After 310 Dogs Saved From Alleged Puppy MillA Maryland couple is in big trouble as they face 84 counts of animal cruelty. Three months ago, more than 300 dogs were rescued from what the sheriff calls egregious conditions on the couple's property.
Woman Who Fell Into Sassafras River Found AliveA woman who fell overboard into the Sassafras River on the Eastern Shore Sunday night has been found alive, authorities said Monday.
Town's Leaders Defend Firing Of First Black Police ChiefLeaders of a small, predominantly black town on Maryland's Eastern Shore are defending their decision to fire the town's first black police chief and call for healing racial tensions that have divided the community.
Firing Of Town's First Black Police Chief Leads To TurmoilResidents of a small town on Maryland's Eastern Shore vented their frustrations and concerns about the ouster of the town's first black police chief at a City Council meeting Monday that devolved into angry shouting.
Clearing Up Misconceptions About SharksDramatic increase in shark attacks. The number of people bitten in recent weeks climbs to eight, but the odds of an attack are still very slim.

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