New Report Addresses Long-Lasting Issues Within Baltimore's VA Medical CenterA new report is shedding light on long lasting issues within Baltimore's VA Medical Center.
No Butts About It: Local Hospital To Stop Hiring SmokersNot hiring smokers. In an unusual move, a local hospital says it will no longer hire people who light up.
Shock Trauma Holds Annual Gala Honoring Md.'s Medical HeroesStories of survival. A gala at the Baltimore Convention Center celebrates heroes in Maryland.
Buses Replace Trains On Section Of Blue LineMetro says weekend track work will require blue line riders traveling between the Franconia-Springfield and Van Dorn Street stations to take free shuttle buses.
Metro: New York Ave. Station Attracting Riders Metro says the New York Avenue station is attracting riders faster than any other in the transit system.
Md. Lawmakers Have Close Eye On Doctors Using Cardiac StentsMaryland lawmakers want to make sure someone's keeping a close eye on doctors performing cardiac stent procedures in the wake of a scandal involving one of the area's top cardiologists.
New Md. Medical Center Opens To Public For ToursOfficials estimate nearly 7,000 people went through the doors of the new Meritus Medical Center as part of an open house Sunday to show the public the five-level, $294 million facility that is scheduled to begin operations Dec. 11.