Major Power Outage Closes Maryland Campus

An explosion at a Southern Maryland power facility caused power outages that spread from the power facility to the White House and the College Park campus of the University of Maryland.

Federal Priorities Discussed in Annapolis

Governor Larry Hogan hosted Maryland’s Congressional delegation at the State House to discuss federal priorities for 2015.

Local Woman Provides Pet Food For Those in Need

A Baltimore County woman is making a huge difference for pet owners by operating a pet food bank. Thankful Paws provides cat and dog food for elderly and homeless pet owners.

A Barbershop With a Twist

New Beginnings Barbershop is not your average place.

Maryland Basketball Gears Up for March

Both the men’s and women’s basketball teams are ready for post-season play in the BIG 10 and NCAA tournaments.

A Hint of Spring

The Cherry Blossom Festival is right around the corner. Festival executives announced when to expect the blossoms to peak.

Frederick’s Treeva Gibson on NBC’s “The Voice”

Frederick County resident 16-year-old Treeva Gibson wowed the judges in her recent blind audition for NBC’s “The Voice.” And now she’s hoping to go all the way in the competition.

The Governor’s Breakfast

Since 1969, Maryland Governors eat at Chick and Ruth’s in Annapolis, MD, the morning after their inauguration.

Maryland Politicians React to State of the State

Republican and Democratic Senators and Delegates react to Governor Hogan’s first state of the state address.

Governor Hogan Faces His First Board of Public Works

Governor Larry Hogan’s first Board of Public Works meeting was highlighted by talks on school maintenance and funding.