D.C. artist converts old police and fire call boxes to art to celebrate women

Old police and fire call boxes are being put to use in Downtown D.C. The outdated boxes are relatively known for modern-day public art, but CNS-TV’s Lauren Moses tells us how a local artist decided to use it as a chance to celebrate women —who made history in the city.

Local effort aims at tackling the problem of juvenile fire starters

Kids have long had a fascination with fire. Most learn to respect it and the damage it can cause. But, there are some who don’t and, at times, it comes with tragic results. Local experts say while it’s difficult to track the numbers, their anecdotal evidence indicates there’s an increasing number of girls involved in an activity that was once primarily associated with males.

Anne Arundel program tackles drug addiction but challenges remain

Among a growing number in Maryland, Jenna Keefer has struggled with drug addiction. Keefer moved in with her then-boyfriend when she was 18 years old. She said they started experimenting with different prescription pain pills before later turning to heroin.

Anne Arundel county fire firefighters kickoff fire safety month with Best Buddies

The Anne Arundel County Professional Firefighters partnered with Best Buddies Maryland for their second annual event to kickoff fire safety month.

Coast Guardsman loses all in fire, garners community support

Quinten Maggio, a Coast Guardsman from Annapolis, lost everything in a fire in early 2017. He now advocates renters insurance.

Siblings meet Prince George’s firefighter 58 years after he saved their lives

Hyattsville, MD– 58 years after a house fire almost took the lives of toddler siblings Michael and Linda Hart they are reunited with their rescuer, retired PG Firefighter Edwin Stuart “Stu” Newman. Jr.

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