Tiny Tick Big Controversy 2

An in depth look at the controversy surrounding Lymes Disease in this second installment by Emily Lampa

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Antares Rocket test goes smoothly, officials say

Officials from NASA Wallops Island say the first full-power test of the upgraded Antares rocket showed some initial signs of full success.

Local health department highlights 'World No Tobacco Day'

May 31st is 'World No Tobacco Day'. The purpose of this worldwide day is to highlight health risks linked to tobacco use and encourage people pledge to not use tobacco products for 24 hours.

OC preps for start of hurricane season

When you're in the water this summer, in Ocean City, sitting on the sand, enjoying the sun, the last thing you're probably thinking about is the millions of dollars that made sure you had all…

In case of a breach, SBY zoo officials have a plan

They may be cordoned off in exhibits, but zoo animals are still animals and potentially dangerous which is why the visitors stay on their side of the barrier and the animals on theirs. Or at…

UPDATE: Two arrested in Salisbury murder, more arrests pending

Two Salisbury men have been charged, in connection with the murder of a third, that happened earlier in May.

Delmarva preps for hurricane season

Tuesday morning, Delmarva Power and The Red Cross held conferences with local officials on hurricane prep.

Maryland governor rescinds old executive orders

Gov. Larry Hogan has rescinded 72 executive orders issued by previous governors that his administration says are outdated or superseded by legislation.

Cambridge man charged with rape and false imprisonment

A Cambridge man is facing rape charges, after he reportedly held a woman at gunpoint.

Hurlock man arrested on drug charges, after traffic stop

A traffic stop in Dorchester County, led to the discovery of marijuana and heroin, according to investigators.

Report: Court costs can be crippling for low-income drivers

Advocates for low-income Virginians say more must be done to prevent poor people from losing their driver's licenses because of unpaid fines and court costs.

Obama urges public to get ready for hurricane season

President Barack Obama is urging the public to prepare for the coming hurricane season and warning against what he says is a growing "complacency" when it comes to dangerous weather.

Delmarva Power: Customers can expect to see bill decrease

Delmarva Power says starting tomorrow (6/1) customers should expect to see a decrease in their monthly electric bill.

Antares Rocket test goes smoothly, officials say

Local health department highlights 'World No...

OC preps for start of hurricane season

In case of a breach, SBY zoo officials have a plan

UPDATE: Two arrested in Salisbury murder, more...

Delmarva preps for hurricane season

Maryland governor rescinds old executive orders

Cambridge man charged with rape and false...

Hurlock man arrested on drug charges, after...

Report: Court costs can be crippling for...

Obama urges public to get ready for hurricane...

Delmarva Power: Customers can expect to see...


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