Raised in nearby Howard County, she opted to attend the University of Maryland, College Park for the in-state tuition. The prestigious journalism program didn’t hurt, either.
She worked in newspapers for three years after graduating in 2009. Looking for a more fast-paced environment, she turned to the world of radio in early 2013.
When she’s not in the newsroom, she’s usually skating as a member of her roller derby team in Frederick, Md.
Extreme obesity can take more years off a person’s life than smoking can, new research suggests.
Delaware, Maryland and Virginia have pretty clean beaches, according to an annual water report by the Natural Resources Defense Council.
It’s every warm blooded, baseball-loving, hot dog-craving American’s dream trip. Tom Lohr, a 52-year-old from Tulsa, Oklahoma, is traveling to every Major League Baseball stadium in the United States, chronicling his adventure on a blog (Blog About a Dog) and ranking each park’s facilities and, of course, hot dogs.
A machine that runs on water and sunshine has helped an environmental group in Baltimore remove more than 50 tons of trash from the city’s Inner Harbor in a little over a month.
The U.S. Department of Education is changing the way it holds states accountable for the education of students with disabilities by adding more of a focus on student performance.
I… I believe… I believe that… I believe that we… I BELIEVE THAT WE WILL WIN!
If you’ve watched a U.S. game during the current World Cup, you’ve heard this chant. For some reason, it’s more popular than ever among Americans in Brazil (and those watching the games at home) this year, but it has actually been around for years.
To celebrate the Smithsonian National Zoo’s 125th anniversary, Metro has released four special edition SmarTrip cards.
The sibling restaurant chain to Hardee’s, Carl’s Jr., is testing out the latest crazy-sounding fast food menu items.
A D.C. building that once housed a President and First Lady while the White House underwent repairs went up for sale for the first time in more than 50 years in July 2013, and has now been sold for $20 million.
Dozens of D.C. cab drivers blared their horns and blocked traffic for blocks near the Wilson Building Wednesday to protest rideshare companies like Lyft and Uber.