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Yoga enthusiasts get help from some four-legged friends

By: Hallie Miller WESTMINSTER, Maryland – Goat yoga, which began just over a year ago in Oregon, has now spread to Maryland. Goat yoga combines...

Murder suspect caught, held on $2.1 million bail

By: Laura Perrot COLLEGE PARK, Maryland – It all began Wednesday morning before the business day started at Advanced Granite Solutions in Harford County. Police...

Maryland a battleground state in fight against transgender military ban

By HELEN PARSHALL WASHINGTON -- As legislative and court battles rage over the question of whether transgender people are fit to serve in the military,...

D.C. Rollergirls: “In Derby We Trust”

Hyattsville, MD. – “Stabigail Adams,” “Yankee Scandal,” “Cass Warfare” - these aren't clever Halloween costumes or video game characters. They're the names emblazoned on the...

NFL veterans provide hands-on training to local youths

By: Julianne Maxwell WASHINGTON – In advance of this week’s Congressional football game at Gallaudet College, some retired NFL players helped with some hands-on training...

Family farm tradition continues but not without challenges

By: Carly Kempler ELLICOTT CITY, Maryland – While the number of farms in Maryland has decreased over the past two decades there are still families...

Investigation underway into new hate bias related incidents

By: Laura Perrot COLLEGE PARK, Maryland – University of Maryland Police are now offering a $2-thousand reward for information leading to an arrest in three...

Recent natural disasters brings out volunteer support

By: Natalie Grim ROCKVILLE, Maryland – With millions trying to put the pieces back together as a result of a devastating hurricane season and fires...

Free health clinic provides needed dental and health care

By: Haleigh DiBetta BALTIMORE, Maryland – They lined up overnight at the Baltimore Convention Center Wednesday so that they might have a shot at getting...

Responding to Trump threat, Van Hollen urges more, “not less,” Puerto...

By GABRIELA MARTINEZ WASHINGTON - Responding to President Donald Trump’s threat to withdraw federal disaster aid to Puerto Rico, Maryland Sen. Chris Van Hollen, said...

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