On March 1, 2019, Eve Hurwitz, President of March on Maryland, led the third annual Annapolis Women’s Unity March through the streets of Annapolis, Maryland. Along with Eve, Meera Lynn Devotta and Sumayyah Mordecai are just two of the many that shared their stories with the crowd, hoping to inspire others.
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A group of Maryland residents who have struggled with drug addiction celebrate a major accomplishment. They have successfully completed drug court, a program that combines hearing and meetings with treatment and therapy. CNS-TV’s Cameron Doney reports.
Leah Howard is a 14 year old Pikesville, Maryland resident who runs her own nonprofit called “Adaptive Style.” The organization designs clothes for those with disabilities. CNS-TV’s Cameron Doney reports.
HARFORD COUNTY, Maryland – Dan Vaughan and his family have owned Daily Crisis Farm, a small dairy farm, for almost 30 years. But as expenses continue to rise and fear of losing the farm persists, Daily Crisis is struggling to stay afloat. The Vaughans are just one family out of hundreds facing the possibility of having to close their farm. As this national epidemic grows, farmers’ mental health is impacted negatively, leaving an uncertain future ahead.
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SILVER SPRING, Maryland — Montgomery County high school student Jordan McAuliff, 17, slept on a boat hitched to the back of a trailer for four nights to protest inaction on climate change. The protest coincided with international climate activist Greta Thunberg’s call for a strike on December 6.
Over a year ago, one of the most horrific mass shootings in the DMV area took place in the newsroom at the Capital Gazette. CNS-TV’s Lauren Moses tell us how the widow of one of the slain journalists took on the challenge of finishing his book, which she now calls, a 300-page love letter.
CENTREVILLE, Md. — Some people’s biggest monster isn’t a goblin or ghost; it’s the struggle of an opioid addiction. A group of people in Queen Anne’s county wanted to educate the community and invite open discussion about the opioid epidemic, so they created the Haunted Trap House, a haunted house with each room representing a different scene in the life of a drug abuser.
Holiday season is upon us. This means more shopping. CNS-TV’s Lauren Moses tell us how the state comptroller is urging residents to put their money back into their communities as the holiday season approaches.
Wednesday marked the first public hearing in the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump, and the five-and-a-half-hour testimony revealed new findings. It also saw a partisan divide in how lawmakers viewed Trump’s conduct. CNS-TV’s Max Marcilla recaps the start of the public impeachment process.