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.
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.
Less than a week after the U.S. Trademark Trial and Appeal Board canceled six federal trademarks held by the Washington Redskins, calling them “disparaging to Native Americans,” the official Redskins cheerleader Instagram account posted a picture meant to celebrate 52 years of their uniform history.
The Montgomery County Education Association (MCEA) claims that Maryland gubernatorial candidate and current Attorney General Doug Gansler is distributing fake “Apple Ballots.”
Following a months-long internal investigation of the actions of a volunteer auxiliary police officer in Towson that were caught on tape, Baltimore County Police Chief Jim Johnson has decided that he will not return to patrol duties.
A Maryland hospital system has vowed to stop hiring nicotine users starting next year.
House flipping is an increasingly popular endeavor in D.C., and several District neighborhoods are on a new list of the best money-makers in the U.S.
Good deeds will lead to brain freeze for kids in one northern Virginia county this summer.
About 66 percent of Americans are considered overweight or obese by modern health standards, but the majority (55 percent) do not believe they are overweight and say they are not trying to drop the pounds, according to a recent Gallup poll.
Working hard or hardly working? The age-old question is one you might want to ask yourself, according to a recent Harris Poll done on behalf of CareerBuilder.com.
It’s a well-known parable at the University of Maryland, College Park: rub the nose of the bronze mascot statue in front of the library during finals week, or risk a bad grade.