November 19, 2016
BREATHING EASY: How Baltimore is coping with Its asthma problem

BALTIMORE, Md.–Baltimore City residents have asthma at twice the national rate. The city’s Health Department is trying to do something about it.

December 1, 2016
Metro chief promises improvements in the year ahead

WMATA General Manager Paul Wiedefeld gave his “State of the Metro” at the National Press Club. He discussed ongoing efforts to improve safety, service reliability, and financial health.

October 6, 2016
Nats Fans Give Team Good Luck… Literally

The Nationals have not advanced past the NLDS since 1981 — when they were still the Expos. This year, they’re looking to the fans for a bit of good luck. In return, fans had the chance to win playoff tickets.

September 30, 2016
New Law Designed to Save Bees Takes Effect Oct. 1

On October 1st, the Pollinator Protection Act, which bans at-home use of a certain pesticide called neonicotinoids, goes into effect, a move aimed at protecting ailing bee populations.

September 28, 2016
Students Watch Clinton-Trump in First Debate

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump faced off in a rousing debate Monday night. Students at the University of Maryland held a non-partisan debate watch party to watch the excitement unfold.