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Climate change threatens flooding and hurts crabbing in Maryland

The effects of climate change are hitting Maryland hard. University of Maryland Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Science Associate Professor Tim Canty says climate change has already played a role in Ellicott City’s floods.

Doctor assisted suicide bill fails in state senate

A bill which would have allowed someone terminally ill to end their life with help from a doctor came up short in a key vote in the state Senate on Wednesday. The legislation, which had been approved by the House but heavily amended in a Senate committee, was defeated in a tie vote.

Baltimore County delegate faces possible reprimand for workplace bullying

The Joint Committee on Legislative Ethics released a report that is recommending a reprimand of Baltimore County Delegate Jay Jalisi for abusive workplace behavior.

Dining on free pancakes for a good cause

A College Park restaurant joined with others across the country in celebrating National Pancake Day on Tuesday by giving customers who dine in a free stack of buttermilk short stacks. Customers are then asked to consider making a donation to charities helping children battling serious illnesses.

Maryland House votes to approve assisted suicide legislation

ANNAPOLIS, Maryland — There were emotional and personal stories as state delegates debated a bill that would allow the terminally ill to end their lives with help from a physician. In the end, the House voted 76-64 to approve the…

Former offender bakes his way to a new life

Gregory Carpenter spent two decades in prison. Now, he’s the owner of 2 AM Bakery, and the Baltimore baker is on a mission to turn his success into a sweet story for others. It all starts with “Eye Can B-More,” a program designed to help formerly incarcerated people back into the workforce.

Prince George’s initiative aims to help men stop domestic violence

The Men’s Challenge is an initiative by the Prince George’s County Department of Family Services to increase awareness of domestic violence and allow men to have open discussions about their own experiences with the goal of preventing violence before it starts.

Cummings seeks answers on Trump administration’s response to drug crisis

Maryland 7th District Congressman Elijah Cummings, chairman of the House Committee on Oversight and Reform, criticizes Trump administration’s response to the drug crisis during a hearing with the head of the Office of National Drug Control Policy.

Nationals fans turn in Bryce Harper shirts for a shot of goodwill

After seven seasons with the Washington Nationals, Bryce Harper has taken his bat and moved on to the Philadelphia Phillies with the biggest contract in baseball history. But one D-C business is offering fans a way to turn in their Harper swag and help others along the way.

Maryland voters maintain high approval of Hogan

Despite being in a largely Democratic state, Republican Governor Larry Hogan continues to get an overwhelming approval by Marylanders, according to the latest Gonzales Poll.