Obama Recognizes Young Scientists At White House Science Fair

Several Maryland students and their projects were just featured at the annual White House Science Fair, started by President Obama six years ago.

Fells Point Fixture Celebrates 100 years

Family owned Tochterman Fishing Tackle celebrates 100 years of business. Current owner Tony Tochterman shares the secrets to his family’s successful business.

Maryland General Assembly 2016 Session Comes to a Wrap

The Maryland General Assembly’s 90 day session has come to a close and several key pieces of legislation are heading to the governor’s desk.

Mr. Trash Wheel is cleaning the Baltimore Inner Harbor

A one of a kind trash wheel floating in the Baltimore Inner Harbor is cleaning up trash by using clean energy.

Senate Discusses Bill on Funding for After School Programs

The Senate votes preliminary approval for the Maryland Extended Day and Summer Enhancement Program that would fund after-school and summer programs for students in low income schools

Legislators Push for Equal Pay For Women

Maryland’s State Senate considers legislation that supporters say will close loopholes and guarantee equal pay for equal work.

Gun Rights and Gun Control Activists and Rally in Annapolis

Dueling sides in the gun control battle squared off in front of the State House Wednesday.

UNDOCUMENTED FALLOUT: Local woman lives in constant fear of deportation

Last month Immigration and Customs Enforcement began conducting raids in local latino communities, now people are returning to their daily routines.

Army Beer: Maryland Pub Brews Something Special for Navy Fans

ANNAPOLIS — When it comes to traditions, few run deeper than Army versus Navy. And in Annapolis it’s a tradition where NAVY usually gets the upper hand. But with the opening of a local pub, it may come down to a battle of the suds.

WATER DRIVE: Local Church Helps a Community in Need 600 Miles Away

Local Church collects water and other supplies for those in need in Flint, Michigan.