Heroes from one of the darkest days in Washington, D.C. are honored.
An heroic story underground at the nation’s capital. Two reluctant heroes save a man’s life.
When 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.
It all started in Glen Burnie on the 10th anniversary of 9/11. It’s a restaurant with a mission to salute our men and women in uniform.
They’re your friends and neighbors, and they’re in Baltimore every day helping the community and the Red Cross.
A Maryland firefighter is hailed a hero. When flames burned through a roof of a Prince George’s County apartment building, he went above and beyond the call of duty.
The document in which Pfc. Bradley Manning allegedly confessed to giving classified information to WikiLeaks also includes a rationale that has made him a hero among peace and anti-secrecy activists worldwide: “I want people to see the truth.”
A veteran Baltimore County firefighter gave his life to save another. Friday night, the community stepped in to help his widow and two sons left behind.
Baltimore County volunteer firefighter Mark Falkenhan lost his life doing what he loved. Friday night a community will come together to remember Falkenhan and help his family.
A 71-year-old New Market man is being honored as a hero for jumping into a creek to save a boy from drowning.
CBS Radio and Ram are saluting America’s Unsung Heroes. This week, we salute Mike of Easton, MD. Mike serves in the Air Force and was nominated by Beth of Easton, MD. “Mike is my neighbor. He left for Iraq […]