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How will no fans affect football games

COLLEGE PARK, Maryland–The Big Ten Conference announced that no fans will be allowed at football games this year. We explore how that will impact the players.

University of Maryland and Bowie State University announce Social Justice Alliance

COLLEGE PARK, Maryland – The University of Maryland and Bowie State University announced the launch of a Social Justice Alliance in honor of Richard Collins III, a Bowie State Student who was murdered on the University of Maryland’s campus in…

Failure to pass relief package is hurting businesses

COLLEGE PARK, Maryland – Restaurants, such as The Board and Brew, are feeling the impact of Congress’ failure to pass another coronavirus relief package.

Flu warnings after 25 people die in Maryland

COLLEGE PARK, MARYLAND — Over 4200 people have been impacted by the flu in Maryland. Find out how you can remain healthy and prevent yourself from getting sick. CNS-TV’s Rachel Hirschheimer reports.

Volunteers march in third annual Annapolis Women’s Unity March

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.

Graduates of the adult drug court in Montgomery County celebrate and reflect

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.

Maryland teen runs her own nonprofit clothing line for people with disabilities

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.

Farm families face high suicide rates as they struggle to make ends meet

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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Girl sleeps in a land-locked boat to protest inaction on climate change

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.

One local artist is ditching the canvas for bathroom stalls

When you think about school bathrooms, you may think of how dark they are or even how smelly they are. However, one local artist is on a mission to change that. CNS TV’s Lauren Moses visited Langley Elementary School, where the artist is using her talents to leave her mark on the school and students long after the job is done.