State Highway Administration urges MD drivers to ‘Move Over’

All 50 states have adopted a “Move Over” law, but an overwhelming percentage of motorists say they know nothing about it. Maryland State Police and highway officials staged a mock crash to raise awareness on the dangers first responders face.

MD. U.S. Senate candidate Cong. Chris Van Hollen promises to keep women’s issues in focus

Maryland’s likely next Senator discusses succeeding Sen. Mikulski, and the changes he hopes to bring forth in the Senate.

American Indian Heritage Month kicks off in Salisbury

Governor Hogan recently proclaimed November 2016 as American Indian Heritage Month. Salisbury University hosted its kickoff, the 3rd Annual American Indian Heritage Celebration.

At-risk immigrant students thrive in Langley Park soccer program

Langley Park is known as the heart of the Latino immigrant community in Prince George’s county. One local program is helping immigrant, refugee, and students seeking asylum adjust to life in the U.S. through a sport that resonates around the world.

Senior pets find ‘forever’ homes

Gaithersburg, Md. — Sher Polvinale transformed her Montgomery County home into a giant dog house, where unwanted old pets spend their time until they cross the rainbow bridge.