Holiday sales, shopping contests and a New Year’s Eve celebration are among the ways city officials are hoping to drive more people into downtown Westminster.
Approximately 3,000 people are without power in Prince George’s County.
An Ellicott City man who killed two people in a car crash in 2002 faces up to seven more years in prison for allegedly violating probation.
Authorities say a Salisbury, Md. nightclub employee has been charged in the weekend shooting of two people outside the establishment.
Caroline Frazier has spent months dreading that her 18-year-old daughter may be buried 70 feet deep in a mammoth landfill. Making matters worse, she says, is that no one is searching for her there.
Authorities say they have rescued three people, including an infant, from a car that became stuck in high water in Bowie.
Don and Tim talked to People magazine’s editor Julie Jordan about the annual issue on the 100 most beautiful people. Ron Matz was in Druid Hill Park talking about the 16th annual “March for the Animals.”
A new survey says there are nearly 12,000 homeless people in the Washington area, a 2 percent increase from the previous year.
Don and Marty talked to gospel singers Mary Mary. Ron Matz was at the 1st Mariner Arena talking about the 200th anniversary of the birth of the legendary P.T. Barnum for the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus.
More than four million Americans subscribe to “People” magazine and the latest issue highlights a local actor who’s made it big.
Metro transit police are investigating a fight between a group of young people on board an orange line train.