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Past articles by Aliah:

One killed in mobile home fire

One person was killed in a mobile home fire and police are investigating what led to the tragedy. → Read More

Death investigation in Franklin County

Pennsylvania State Police are investigating a death in Franklin County. → Read More

MCPD's quick rescue potentially saves child with autism's life

A child with autism was found and rescued by Montgomery County Police after wandering away from home. Police say if they had not started searching for the child immediately this may have ended tragically. → Read More

Woman enters guilty plea for Smithsburg double murder

A Washington County woman has accepted a plea deal for the murder of two people.    Monday, Destiny Oyler plead guilty to two counts of first degree murder in the deaths of Eveyln and Jack Rowland which occurred in May of 2018. → Read More

Easter baby delivered by Smithsburg EMS providers at home

On April 21, Easter Sunday, the Saul family had quiet plans. → Read More

Jonathan Street building, "The Chicken Coop," slated for demolition

The city of Hagerstown is planning to demolish an abandoned building on 335 Jonathan Street. → Read More

African-American cemetery close to proposed building site of gas pipeline

There are 80 known people buried in the quiet Boyd-Carter Cemetery in Kearneysville. → Read More

Let's talk about money; legislation hopes to close wage gap with conversation

Talking about money or salary can be an awkward conversation, especially in our society. → Read More

Buying stock in Rockwool, a new strategy for protestors

New strategies are being used in the protest against Danish manufacturing company, Rockwool. → Read More

Acting Chief of Police named for Montgomery County

Montgomery County police have announced their new Acting Chief of Police. → Read More

Hogan vetoes $15 minimum wage legislation

Governor Larry Hogan vetoed legislation that would have increased Maryland's minimum wage to $15 an hour Tuesday. → Read More

One in critical condition after shooting in Martinsburg

Martinsburg Police are investigating a reported shooting on the 400 block of S. Raleigh Street. One man has been taken to the hospital in critical condition. → Read More

From bullied to baker, Hagerstown teen inspires others through incredible desserts

At 16-years-old, Kyiamoni Brown is running her own business, a Bakurs DreamHouse LLC., and baking cakes that rival those seen on television. But she says she doesn't understand why people are so impressed with her skills at her age as it feels normal to her. → Read More

Police believe son murdered mother in their home

A son is being charged with the first-degree murder of his mother in Montgomery County. → Read More

WATCH: surveillance video from Mike & Sons Sub Shop burglary

Montgomery County Police Detectives released surveillance video of two suspects who burglarized Mike & Sons Sub Shop in Rockville. → Read More

Stabbing leads to woman's death in Shenandoah County, Va.

Shenandoah County, Va. - Virginia State Police Bureau of Criminal Investigation's Culpeper Field Office is currently investigating a stabbing in Shenandoah County. Before 3 p.m. Saturday 26 January 2019, Shenandoah County Sheriff's deputies responded to a call of a violent wounding at a residence on Dellinger Acres Road. Emergency responders transported the female victim to Shenandoah Memorial… → Read More

REACH shelter continues building bridges to independence with new program

These clients often need more than just keys to start their new life in a home. → Read More

New policies and legal issues take center of first Allegany County BOE meeting

A crowd turned out for the first Allegany County Board of Education meeting for 2019 on Tuesday. → Read More

Following the Kavanaugh hearings, politics may be forever changed

In September of 2018, Brett Kavanaugh, who was a Supreme Court Justice nominee at the time, was accused of sexual misconduct by several women. → Read More

Martinsburg man found guilty by jury for multiple charges

It took a jury just one and a half days to find a Berkeley County man guilty of robbery, sexual assault, and domestic battery. → Read More