Garden Clubs Fill State House With Christmas cheer

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas … everywhere you go. That includes the State House in Annapolis, thanks to the generosity of some local garden clubs.

Parents Learning to Monitor Children’s Social Media Use To Avoid Predators

Parents are learning how to monitor their children online to avoid human trafficking predators.

Weather Map: A New Map to Help Combat Climate Change

There’s a push underway to get the state to move quickly to adopt regulations to slow down the impact of climate change and supporters are hoping a new map showing the impact of severe weather on Maryland will help the battle.

VETERANS CITIZENSHIP: 19 People Become U.S. Citizens Aboard the USS Torsk

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services holds a special Veterans Day naturalization ceremony aboard the USS Torsk in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor.

Cybersecurity: New Council Meets to Discuss Cybersecurity Efforts

The Maryland Cybersecurity Council starts to develop their plan of attack to keep the state and its citizens safe from data breaches.

K-9 GRADUATION: Eight four-legged crime fighters join the MSP

Eight K-9 dogs officially joined the Maryland State Police and their main mission is homeland security.

New App Saves Lives

ELLICOTT CITY – About 300 cardiac arrests happen each year in Howard County and a new app PulsePoint is trying to bring this number down.

AIRPORT RALLY: Airport workers fight for more pay

Imagine working every day for under four dollars an hour. That’s the situation for many airport workers in the metro area and around the rest of the country.

FOOD TRUCK: Local food truck owners prep to serve in Prince George’s County

COLLEGE PARK — New legislation will allow local food truck owners to serve their cuisines within a quarter-mile of Prince George’s County metro stops.

No More Debt, Toll Fee Waiver Program Takes Effect Oct. 16th

BALTIMORE — The Maryland Transportation Authority implements a month-long toll fee waiver program, affecting drivers of more than 164,000 vehicles.