Election aftermath leaves third graders concerned about the future

GREENBELT – At Springhill Lake Elementary School in Greenbelt, half of Shana Sterkin’s third grade class are from immigrant families. After the election many of the students, and the teacher, are worried.

New UMD poll has Clinton leading, but country wants change

COLLEGE PARK – In the first University of Maryland Critical Issues Poll Clinton led Trump by nine nationally. Other findings of the poll came in the fact that the country WANTS change, but is unsure whether or not the change Trump would bring would be positive.

Trump presidency could have implications for Hogan reelection

The polls had Donald Trump down, but he pulled out the win on election day. Todd Eberly, the Coordinator of Public Policy Studies at St. Mary’s College says it’s because of assumptions pollsters made, and he says the election could have implications for Larry Hogan’s reelection chances.

Baltimore Police release 9-1-1 tapes of fatal crash

After Tuesday’s tragic bus crash that killed six and injured 10, Baltimore Police released 9-1-1 tapes of the accident. The MVA also announced today that the driver had a suspended license.

US War Dogs Association raises money for dogs and their handlers

The US War Dogs Association raises money to provide aide to active and retired war dogs and their handlers in the United States.

Senator-elect Chris Van Hollen joins with other democrats to prepare changes in Washington

While Maryland legislators are happy that Chris Van Hollen was elected to replace Barbara Mikulski in the senate, they remain wary about a Donald Trump presidency

Attendance at Minor League Baseball across Maryland is declining

HAGERSTOWN – In the past five years attendance at Minor League Baseball games has dipped 13 percent.

Baltimore State’s Attorney seeks changes for investigations into police misconduct

Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby announced sweeping reforms for the way police are prosecuted for misconduct, but she didn’t fill in some organizations who are supposed to be collaborating.

Marylanders react to Trump’s rigged election claims

For the past few weeks Donald Trump has been claiming the election is rigged if he doesn’t win citing voter fraud. According to one Loyola University study, since 2000 there has been only 31 cases of voter fraud.

Vocal Majority makes national tour to get out the vote to prevent gun violence

ANNAPOLIS – With three weeks until the election, the “Vocal Majority” is taking a bus tour around the country, stopping in 47 cities through 14 states in 42 days.