Lt. Dan Band – Actor Gary Sinise Performs for Navy Yard Employees

Actor Gary Sinise and the Lt. Dan Band performed for Navy Yard employees and their families to help them heal from the Navy Yard shootings

Accidents Between Cyclists and Drivers Rise in Maryland

Accidents between cars and bicyclists in Maryland increased sharply over the last five years, according to a Capital News Service analysis of crash data.

2-1-1 Healthcare: Getting Marylanders Coverage

Local health leaders and politicians were joined by linebacker London Fletcher and former NFL player Rick “Doc” Walker to reveal new advertisements for Maryland’s 2-1-1 Healthcare campaign.

Jewelry Making Teenager Launches Business

A local 13-year-old with a jewelry business has already achieved things most people won’t in their lifetime.

Inmates Help Feed the Less Fortunate

Bernie Fowler Jr., a Southern Maryland builder and farmer, is giving some pre-release inmates a second chance by helping them help needy people.

Maryland Police Shooting Range Goes High-tech

The Frederick Police Department recently opened a one-of-a-kind shooting range that is completely controlled by a tablet.

Bionic Man Greets Visitors at Smithsonian

A first-of-its-kind bionic man greets visitors at the National Air and Space Museum.

Incarcerated Veterans Train Dogs For Wounded Vets

Inmates at the Maryland Correctional Institution in Hagerstown are training dogs to help wounded veterans. Officers say these dogs help the inmates as much as they help the wounded veterans.

Sandy Anniversary: Crisfield Continues To Recover

CRISFIELD – One year after Hurricane Sandy made landfall, the Maryland town of Crisfield continues to pick up the pieces. For Crisfield resident Teresa Shallcross, the storm still brings back painful memories.

Updated: University of Maryland Golf Course Under Threat

The University of Maryland golf course has been a staple on-campus since 1959, but it’s in danger of being removed.