Afghan U-S aid worker faces challenges in new life in the United States

They are a select group of veterans putting their lives on the line for U.S. troops in Iraq and Afghanistan. Afghan Aid workers are often overshadowed and left behind once they receive Special Immigration Visas. Some are able to make new lives in the United States but not after facing tragic losses and the threat to the members of their families that they leave behind

St. Mary’s County offers help to veterans in need of resources

At the second annual Veterans Resources Day in St. Mary’s County, home to Patuxent Naval Air Station, former members of the military attended in search of help for concerns ranging from their health to their home.

State committee looks at impact of federal deregulation on Maryland consumers

A new state fiscal watchgroup met for the first time Thursday in Annapolis. The meeting came only days after the U.S. Senate voted to repeal a rule that would have made it easier for consumers to sue financial institutions.

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.

Police search for suspected killer of three coworkers in Edgewood

Police were searching for 37-year-old Radee Labeeb Prince who was suspected of shooting five of his coworkers, killing three. Prince was later apprehended by police in Newark, Delaware just after 7 p.m. last evening.

Legislative committee gets update on status of homelessness in Maryland

The legislature’s Joint Committee On Ending Homelessness heard from welfare workers and others working to help combat the problem. The discussion ranged from affordable housing to the childcare system. One thing all could agree on: homelessness is a growing problem throughout the state of Maryland.

Joint committee gets an update on gaming industry

The General Assembly’s Joint Committee On Gaming Oversight this week too a look at what the future holds for the gaming industry and how it might impact Maryland.

Nationals prep for the playoffs with a spirited rally

The Nationals faced the Cubs Friday night in game one of the National League Division Series playoffs. Earlier in the week the team sponsored a haunted fan rally at the ballpark to scare up support for a winning series.

Maryland men’s lacrosse supports local boy battling cancer

Maryland Men’s Lacrosse team may be coming off its first national title in 42 years but for one special young fan facing a life-threatening battle, being a part of the team itself feels like a championship every day.