High Taxes Push Md. Low On The List Of Best States For BusinessOn a list of "Best States for Business," Maryland ranks near the bottom. That's the findings of a national magazine released this week.
Locals React After Time Magazine Names Pope Francis Its 'Person Of The Year'Calling him "The People's Pope," Time Magazine names Pope Francis its "Person of the Year." It is an honor that comes just nine months into a papacy that has sparked both admiration and outrage around the world.
Baltimore County Has Second Highest Graduation Rate In NationMore and more Baltimore County high schoolers are graduating. A new study released this week shows the district has one of the highest graduation rates in the nation.
Finishing The Race: Boston Magazine Pays Tribute To Those Affected By Marathon BombingsFinding a way to pay tribute to the victims and survivors of the Boston terror attack is not always easy. But Boston Magazine has found the heart and soul of it.
D.C. Police Investigating 'Meet The Press' Gun Display IncidentDistrict of Columbia police say they are investigating an incident in which NBC News journalist David Gregory displayed what he described as a high-capacity ammunition magazine on "Meet the Press."
Sports Magazine Names Orioles' Buck Showalter American League's Manager Of The YearA sense of pride for all Orioles fans as the team's beloved manager is recognized by a major national publication.
Magazine Ranks Baltimore Third Dirtiest City In The United StatesSomething stinks in Baltimore. Travel and Leisure magazine ranks Charm City one of the dirtiest cities of all.
Coastal Living Magazine Dubs Solomons Island One Of America's Happiest Seaside TownsIt's always nice to get a compliment or to be recognized. Now that's exactly what's happening on a national level to a small town in Southern Maryland.
Time Magazine Cover Stirs Debate Over BreastfeedingIt's the magazine cover that has people talking everywhere: a mother breastfeeding her almost 4-year-old son.
UMBC President Named In Time Magazine's Top 100 Most Influential PeopleBarack Obama, Hillary Clinton and Freeman Hrabowski. The president of the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC) now stands among the world's most influential leaders.
Friday, April 15, 2011Don 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."