Ravens President: Rice Will Emerge From Assault Case As A Stronger Person
What's next for Ray Rice? The Ravens star works to move past a violent encounter with his wife. The football player's lawyer admits it was a mistake and a lapse in judgment. Mike Hellgren reports.
Annapolis Woman Indicted On Assault, DUI Charges After Hitting 2 Bicyclists
Charges against an accused drunk driver who police say is responsible for running down two bicyclists, nearly killing them. Tracey Leong reports.
Democrats Calling On Republican Party To Denounce Candidate For AACO Council
Right now, a candidate for Anne Arundel County Council is under fire for what appears to be his membership in a neo-confederate group that wants the south to secede from the rest of the U.S. Mike Hellgren reports.
N.J. Officer Takes Stand At His Murder Trial
Gripping testimony from the New Jersey police officer on trial for murder after a deadly road rage incident on Interstate 97 in Anne Arundel County. Derek Valcourt reports.
Baltimore Catholic School Teacher Admits To Allegations Of Sexual Abuse
A longtime teacher at a Baltimore Catholic high school admits to having sexual relationships with several students in the 1980s. Rick Ritter explains.
Swimmer Training In Baltimore Hopes To Make History
Linh Bui reports, three Americans hope to make history by becoming the first trio of siblings to swim across the English Channel at the same time with a Baltimore connection.
McElderry Park Receives Grant To Revitalize Under Safe Streets Initiative
An effort to stop violence right where it starts. Baltimore communities are working hard to keep their streets safe and curb violence. Jessica Kartalija reports.
Can't Beat It? Eat It: Snakehead Fish Becomes State Trophy
From pest to prize. The invasive snakehead fish from Asia that's been thriving in Maryland waters has been given a makeover into a state trophy fish. Alex DeMetrick reports.
Catholic Relief Services Works To Ensure Better Lives For Central Americans
Pat Warren reports, efforts are underway by Catholic Relief Services to improve living conditions of Central American residents.
Students Live Tiny Building Mini Houses To Learn About Sustainability
In the past 50 years, the average size of the American home has doubled. Bigger means more resources are used. Mike Schuh reports.