Power napping offered by local business to help de-stress

New DC business Recharj offers 20-minute power naps and meditation classes. Research shows just 20 minutes of shuteye can increase alertness, productivity, and mood.

Marylanders react to Trump’s rigged election claims

For the past few weeks Donald Trump has been claiming the election is rigged if he doesn’t win citing voter fraud. According to one Loyola University study, since 2000 there has been only 31 cases of voter fraud.

New law aims to give homeless students better access to education

Homeless students face many unique struggles, like finding transportation, stable housing and consistency with school attendance. The Every Student Succeeds Act, effective Oct. 1, hopes to fix just that.

Baltimore non-profit rescues abused and abandoned dogs from Kuwait

Wings of Love, a local non-profit organization, helps abused and abandoned dogs from Kuwait find their forever homes in Maryland.

Montgomery County public libraries trade fines for food donations

Libraries across Montgomery County are letting people pay their fines with food donations. All donated food goes to Manna Food Center, a non-profit that serves as a food bank and pantry for the county. The food drive runs until Oct. 30.

Maryland’s voter registration deadline passes, residents can still sign up during early voting

LARGO, Md. – The deadline for Marylanders to register to vote ended at 9 p.m. on Tuesday, October 18th. Many voters said that, more so than in other elections, they are discouraged from voting by the nature of the two candidates.

Blind residents speak up about challenges in Prince George’s County

The National Federation of the Blind’s National Harbor Chapter visit the Prince George’s County Executive Rushern Baker to discuss problems and possible solutions. One woman says there’s still life after vision loss.

Vocal Majority makes national tour to get out the vote to prevent gun violence

ANNAPOLIS – With three weeks until the election, the “Vocal Majority” is taking a bus tour around the country, stopping in 47 cities through 14 states in 42 days.

Hurricane Matthew hit close to home for two University of Maryland students

For two University of Maryland students, Hurricane Matthew was not just another tragic news story.

Baltimore School Students Celebrate Navy Fleet Week

BALTIMORE, Md. – The first official U.S. Navy Fleet Week came to Baltimore  to honor the schooner boats that defended the harbor during the War of 1812. Baltimore City school students brought the noise to the celebration.