Baltimore to Spray for Mosquitoes Amid Zika ConcernsOfficials are asking residents in some parts of Baltimore to stay inside Sunday night while the city sprays to control mosquitoes.
Zika Cases on Rise Concern Md. TravelersWith local mosquitoes transmitting the virus, it's a new concern for Miami Beach which sees nearly 80-million tourists a year.
Johns Hopkins Teams Tapped For Zika Virus Research GrantBaltimore researchers have been selected to develop a solution to head off a potential outbreak of the Zika virus.
Rubio: No Abortions For Zika-Infected WomenFlorida Sen. Marco Rubio does not believe a pregnant woman with the Zika virusshould be able to get an abortion despite concerns about microcephaly and birth defects resulting from the virus, he said Saturday.
Baltimore Physicians Playing Major Role In Developing Zika VaccineAs the serious threat of Zika continues to grow, researchers are frantically developing a vaccine to aid in stopping the disease.
As Zika Fears Escalate, Lawmakers Point Fingers From AfarAs Zika escalates into a public health crisis and the number of cases grows, Republicans and Democrats are pointing fingers.
Md. Company To Develop Early-Stage Zika VaccineThe Maryland-based drug developer Emergent BioSolutions has received a multi-million dollar contract to help with the Zika health crisis.
Rowdy Gaines On Michael Phelps And The Upcoming Olympics Rowdy Gaines, three-time Olympic gold medalist and swimming analyst for NBC/ESPN, spoke on the Norris and Davis show about Michael Phelps and the upcoming Olympic Games.
Rowdy Gaines On Michael Phelps In The U.S. OlympicsRowdy Gaines, three-time Olympic gold medalist and swimming analyst for NBC/ESPN, spoke on the Norris and Davis show about Michael Phelps and the upcoming Olympic Games.
Abortion Pill Requests Spike In Zika Outbreak CountriesA new study finds that requests for abortion pills spiked dramatically this year in countries that have had outbreaks of Zika virus.
CDC Collecting More Data On Pregnant Women With Zika VirusThe number of pregnant women infected with Zika virus is on the rise in the United States.