Wildlife Research Center Works To Keep Bird Species From Going ExtinctThe Patuxent Wildlife Research Center in Laurel is working to bring the population of Whooping Cranes back from the brink of extinction.
Oct. 15 Marks Education Pioneer Fanny Jackson Coppin's LegacyMayor Catherine Pugh has designated Monday, Oct. 15 as Fanny Jackson Coppin Day in Baltimore.
Unarmed Guards To Join Squeegee Kids On Baltimore Street CornersThe Downtown Partnership of Baltimore plans to fund a team of unarmed guards who would be stationed on busy intersections where squeegee kids work.
Hundreds Of Firefighters Honor The Fallen Firefighters Of 9/11M&T Bank Stadium was packed Saturday, not with football fans but instead with firefighters.
Funeral Held For 5-Month-Old Baby Who DiedFuneral services were held Saturday for the 5-month-old baby allegedly killed by her father.
Family Continues To Look For Answers, Days After Essex Teen Disappears16-year-old Brooklyn Mackenzie Hays left her Essex home and vanished. Now her family is desperate for information.
Maryland Task Force 1 In Florida For HurricaneAn elite search and rescue unit from Maryland is now in Florida to help out following the devastation of Hurricane Michael.
Amid High Crime, Baltimore Sheriff Starts Friday Foot PatrolAmid high levels of crime in Baltimore, the city's sheriff's office is beginning a new Friday foot patrol in select districts.
Physical Therapy For Polio-Like Disease In Kids Helps Them Regain Nerve FunctionRigorous physical therapy to keep nerves connected to muscles has made a difference in the disease.
With 28 Fire Fatalities Last Year, Baltimore Fire Officials Warn Public To Beware Home FiresThis week marks Fire Prevention Week, and officials are doing everything they can to try and save lives as families across Maryland have been destroyed by tragic fires over the years.
Maryland Lawmakers, Shelters Step Up Fight Against Human TraffickingLast year, Maryland ranked fourth in the number of sex trafficking cases per capita, according to the National Trafficking Hotline.
Suited To Succeed Seeks to Help Baltimore Women 'Achieve Economic Empowerment'Suited To Succeed serves about 12,000 women every year. They provide free professional attire and development tools to women in need.