October 5, 2017
Americans compete for national lawnmower racing title

It’s an unusual sport, but lawn mower racing has been in the United States for a quarter of a century. The United States Lawnmower Racing Association celebrated its anniversary recently at Bowles Farms in St. Mary’s County.

October 6, 2017
Baltimore man says the yoyo is his reason for living

It’s a toy with its own special ups and downs. But for Coffin Nachtmahr of Baltimore, Maryland, the YoYo is his whole life.

October 4, 2017
Bells sound at National Cathedral to honor the victims of the Las Vegas massacre

The bells rang at Washington’s National Cathedral Tuesday, once for each for victim of the massacre in Las Vegas on Sunday. For the religious leaders from throughout the area who participated in the observance, the sounding of the bells was more than just a memorial…it was a call for action.

September 28, 2017
Convenience store donates newest member of the Baltimore Police Department

Slurpee, a four-year-old chocolate draft horse, is the newest member of the Baltimore City Police Department. Slurpee, donated by 7-Eleven, has been in training for the past few months. City Police say the horse will be part of their community relations outreach effort.