Maryland Representatives Pledge to Keep Funding NASA

After the congressional debt super committee’s failure to reach a deal last week, Hoyer warned that cuts may be on the horizon.

Montgomery County Police Add Fire-Arms Detectors to K-9 Unit

Montgomery County Police have two new crime fighters on their team. And they’re taking a bite out of crime. Literally.

UM Athletics’ Proposal Targets Cutting Eight Teams

The University of Maryland’s Intercollegiate Athletics Committee proposed cutting eight teams to help solve the athletic department’s budget crisis, according to a report released Monday.

Nick’s Organic Farm Petitions to Keep Potomac Land

County officials want to put pay-for-play soccer fields at the site to help remedy what it sees as a shortage of fields in the county.

University of Maryland Athletics Likely to Cut Several Sports

The swimming and water polo teams face cuts.

ASPCA Honors Local Woman and Cat

Mittens was named “Cat of the Year.”

D.C. Renews Push for Statehood

Taxation with representation was the message at the John A. Wilson Building on Tuesday morning when the D.C. City Council joined with Mayor Vincent Gray to announce a new push for statehood for the district.

“Boo at the Zoo” Kicks Off Halloween

It wasn’t exactly lions and tigers and bears. More like three-toed sloths, snakes and zebras at the 13th Annual “Boo at the Zoo” held at Washington’s National Zoo last weekend.

Maryland Madness Tips Off College Basketball Season

This year marked the beginning of a era with new men’s coach Mark Turgeon.

DC Tries to Prepare for Future Emergencies

What did you do when the earthquake struck in August? The 5.9 magnitude quake shook much of the area and even cracked the Washington monument.