Prison gang investigation brings indictments of correctional officers and inmates

Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh announced more than two dozen indictments for people involved in gang activity inside and outside of a Maryland prison. Among those arrested was a Maryland correctional officer who also happened to be a high ranking member of one of the nation’s deadliest gangs.

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.

Montgomery County man brings rooftop ice skating to the Watergate Hotel

It sits on top of the Watergate Hotel and will be open until March, but there’s more to Mel’s Rink than just ice.

Silver Spring elementary school is first in Montgomery County with an all-student language immersion program

It’s not uncommon to learn a language in school. It’s a little less common to immerse yourself in that language. One elementary school in Montgomery County is taking that one step further, requiring all students to become bilingual.

Olympic curling dream is a family affair for one Howard county resident

Every four years, curling comes to the international stage. For 21-year-old Howard County resident Hunter Clawson, it’s a part of his every day life. Coming from an entire family of curlers, Clawson is trying to punch his ticket to the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea.

WMATA chair resolves dispute, issues challenge to Governor Hogan

On Wednesday, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan accused WMATA board chairman Councilmember Jack Evans of extortion and made a demand for him to give Maryland land for the Purple Line. On Thursday, Evans and the WMATA board granted Hogan’s request, but, Evans issued a new challenge.

Stage is set for final DC United game at RFK Stadium

It has housed more than a dozen different sports teams since its doors opened in 1960. Now, after more than a half century, RFK Stadium is preparing to host its final DC sports game.

D.C. United fans say goodbye to historic R.F.K. Memorial Stadium

It was a bittersweet sendoff for Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium this past Sunday. D.C. United played their final home game at the landmark stadium. For the fans, R.F.K. Stadium was never just a place to watch a game.

Maryland Governor Larry Hogan accuses WMATA Board Chairman of “extortion”

Maryland Governor Larry Hogan on Wednesday charged Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority chairman Jack Evans with making unprecedented demands in order to give the state easements for Metro’s Purple Line.

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.