Travis Pastrana is going to jump Ego Alley in his newest stunt

ANNAPOLIS, Maryland – Travis Pastrana, American professional motorsports competitor, stunt performer and native of Annapolis, is gearing up to jump over Ego Alley for an upcoming movie.

Early voting is now underway in Maryland

The Xfinity Center at the University of Maryland has been selected as one of the 11 early voting locations in Prince George’s County. It will be utilized from Tuesday, October 26th until Tuesday, November 3rd.

The Washington Monument is reopening

After being closed since March, the Washington Monument is finally ready to reopen to the public Thursday, October 1st. However, there are guidelines in place that guest must follow before entering the monument.

CNS-TV News October 13, 2020

CNS-TV News October 13, 2020


CNS TV Newscast, October 6, 2020

Sine Die means farewell for some state lawmakers

For a number of members of the General Assembly, the last night of the session marked the end of their legislative career. For some, it’s the end of politics and for others it means a change in political direction.

Supporters, opponents of high speed rail square off at Annapolis demonstration

With the study still underway into the creation of a possible Maglev route from New York to Washington both supporters and opponents turned out Monday night in front of the State House. Supporters say the high speed train, which could reduce a trip between Baltimore and Washington to just 15 minutes, would be good for the environment. But opponents say the estimated $10-12 billion needed to build the line is money better spent elsewhere.

Gov. Larry Hogan previews budget plan for the 2019 fiscal year

Maryland Governor Larry Hogan Tuesday previewed his budget plan for FY19. Hogan’s budget includes no new taxes, increases funding for education and protects Marylanders from changes in the federal tax code.

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.

Dancing water bottle salesman keeps motorists entertained

He says he’s faced some terrible times but Prince George’s County resident Jackie Wimbush says you need to keep on smiling…and dancing. And Wimbush does just that as he offers up bottles of water to passing motorists along Adelphi Road in College Park.