Former Baltimore City Mayor Sheila Dixon announces write-in candidacy

With just four weeks until the General Election, Sheila Dixon announces she will run as a write-in candidate after losing to Democratic Candidate Catherine Pugh.

Jump rope keeps Baltimore youth active and off the streets

You may think jump rope is just child’s play, but for kids at Jump for Joy, it’s the ticket to a happier and healthier lifestyle.

Maryland shelter assists with aftermath resulting from Hurricane Matthew

Anne Arundel County’s SCPA is working to make more room for Hurricane Matthew rescue dogs. The shelter had already taken in seven hurricane rescues from South Carolina, but now regions of the state with unexpected flooding are turning to Maryland for help.

UMD students react to Trump assault allegations

COLLEGE PARK – The discourse on the campaign trail is heating up, and students are beginning to gain interest as well. With the new allegations against Donald Trump coming out this week, the Prevent Sexual Assault club on campus is trying to start a new dialogue.

Maryland & D.C. team up to clean Anacostia River

District of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser, Montgomery County Executive Isiah Leggett, and Prince George’s County Executive Rushern Baker met Thursday to sign the Anacostia Accord. The Accord is part of a larger effort by to restore water quality throughout the watershed.

Maryland basketball featured at Big Ten Media day

This year Big Ten Media Day was hosted right down the road in Washington. Maryland’s head coach Mark Turgeon and two players addressed the media about the upcoming season. Coach Turgeon says this isn’t a veteran team but they should still be able to compete in the Big Ten.

MD Civil Air Patrol sends relief in wake of Hurricane Matthew

Fort Meade, Md– Members of Maryland Wing Group II travel to South Carolina to volunteer in the wake of Hurricane Matthew.

Michelle Obama hosts final White House garden harvest

In her last year of being First Lady, Michelle Obama welcomed local school students to help harvest the White House Kitchen Garden one last time, part of her work against childhood obesity.

Sister of Maryland Drowsy Driving Victim Speaks Out

Experts estimate an average of 6,000 people die every year from fatigue-related motor vehicle accidents and an alarming portion of those accidents involve young adult drivers.

FREE PRESS: Historic Annapolis celebrates Sons of Liberty Week

ANNAPOLIS — Re-enacters staged a Stamp Act protest march to commemorate the 250th anniversary of the controversial law and the founding of the Sons of Liberty.