Kevin Kamenetz

Gov. Hogan Blasts Baltimore Co. Leaders Over Lack Of A/C In SchoolsBaltimore County leaders are blasted over lack of air conditioning in schools. Now the governor and the state comptroller are even threatening to cut off funding--if that's what it takes to get the problem fixed.
On Time: April 26, 2015Gigi Barnett spoke with County Executive Kevin Kamenetz and Timmy Ruppersberger, Mark Feiring, Ted Gross and Nichole Battle and Jessica Normington.
Animal Rights Advocates Pushing For More Changes At Balt. Co. ShelterBig improvements are being made to the Baltimore County Animal Shelter. Animal rights advocates are pleased, but they're pushing for even more changes in the future.
MD Lawmakers To Tout Benefits Of Science, Math EducationMaryland lawmakers are touting the importance of STEM education in Baltimore.
Towson Astronaut Honored By Baltimore CountyAn astronaut who became a Twitter celebrity during his six months aboard the International Space Station is being honored in his native Baltimore County.
Winter Restaurant Week To Kick Off In Baltimore Co.Foodies get ready, Baltimore County is preparing to kick off its Winter Restaurant Week on Friday.
911 Dispatcher's Social Media Post Causes ControversyIt was her personal Facebook account, but a screen shot of her fiery posting went viral.
Baltimore County Announces Free Parking Meters For Holiday Shopping Baltimore County has announced that there will be free parking at over 1,700 meters just in time for last-minute holiday shopping.
Baltimore County Police Interested In Body CamerasThe growing outcry over recent police actions has Baltimore County taking steps to build trust in police. The county is investing in body cameras so the community and officers feel safe.
Several County Executive Seats Also Up For GrabsSeveral county executive seats across the state are also up for grabs Tuesday. The races have narrowed and, at times, turned personal.
Baltimore County Leaders Urging Pedestrians To Walk SafeDeadly crashes involving pedestrians hit an alarming high, and who's to blame in most cases may surprise you.
Baltimore County Plans New $5M Animal Services FacilityA new animal services facility is coming to Baltimore County. The $5 million project will be built on the 14 acres of land where the current facility is located.