For the first time since undergoing five days of intense chemotherapy, Governor Larry Hogan made a public appearance Monday. During an event Monday afternoon, he addressed his health.
The superintendent of public schools in Howard County says he’ll step down at the end of next year because of a neurological condition that’s affected his memory.
Marty and Don talked to Ernie Johnson about new advancements in treating one of the most common blood cancers — non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. In People Are Talking, Ron Matz was at Security Square Mall talking about the UniverSoul Circus.