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Widow of Capital Gazette journalist finishes his book

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.

Local high school football player pursuing music dreams

Jackson Dean has been a stand-out football player throughout his life, but now he’s trading in the gridiron for the stage. After his recent rendition of the National Anthem at a home game went viral, he’s setting his sights on a country music performing career.

The Washington Bullpen, Episode 2

On this week’s episode of The Washington Bullpen, host Jarod Golub discusses the new updates in the Kavanaugh confirmation hearing and two Capital News Service Washington Bureau stories.

Baltimore students take up track to help stay on the right path

BALTIMORE, Maryland — According to the U.S. Department of Justice Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, 63 percent of violent crimes committed by juveniles occur on school days right after school, from 3 P.M. to 7 P.M. Some students at Baltimore’s Excel Academy are trying to beat those odds by joining a track team to stay out of trouble, even though they aren’t properly equipped.

Thousands of Women Come Together to Make Challah

TIMONIUM- Over four thousand people come together for the Great Challah Bake at Maryland State Fairgrounds where they made bread for the Jewish Sabbath. Started by a grassroots program called the Shabbat Project, the great challah bake has become a popular event across the world.

Female Kicker in Maryland

Naomi Gross is a senior football player at Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School and is the teams first female kicker.

Hockey Growing in Maryland as Washington Capitals, Ovechkin Make Waves In NHL

Ask youth league directors, rink coordinators, shop owners and anyone associated else with ice hockey why the sport is growing in Maryland and the answer is the same: The Washington Capitals and Alexander Ovechkin.

Science Bowl Season Finale

The University Park team has now won 6 county titles.

An End to the Cole Field House Era

University of Maryland’s Cole Field House, a venue that has touched the hearts of athletes and fans since 1955, hosted its last athletic event this week. Cole will be closed until June 2018 for a 155-million-dollar transformation to a state-of-the-art athletic, research and academic facility.

The Cutting Edge: Sport Sensor Technology for the Modern Coach

Radar guns, bat swing sensors and monitor devices, once exclusive to the elite level of sport, are now affordable to the everyday coach.

“Kids are visual learners and live in the 160-character world; embrace it, there’s no risk,” said baseball head coach Sean O’Connor of DeMatha Catholic High School.