Baltimore Sun reporters Sameer Rao and Chris Kaltenbach taste test some of the food options available this year at the Maryland State Fair.
Baltimore County Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Darryl L. Williams talks about the importance of mentors for new teachers.
Senior quarterback Malik Chester talks Centennial football ahead of the 2019 season.
Gene Simmers, a Retired State Highway Administration traffic engineer, says yellow lights in Maryland are too short.
Lonnie Walker, director of JOY Baltimore, a drop in center for homeless youth and young adults, talks about Jhevan Khochiese Alexander Malone who died in July.
Harrisburg, PA. sent more than 1 billion gallons of sewage-tainted wastewater down the Susquehanna River in 2018, according to Environmental Integrity Project.
Baltimore resident Ella Scovens, 79, reacts to proposed SNAP benefit restrictions by the Trump Administration.
Fire crews from Howard County Fire Department remain on the scene of a gas leak that caused a section of Historic Ellicott City to be evacuated on Thursday.
Competitive eater Joey Chestnut stops by Hooters in Baltimore to break his personal chicken wing record.
Senior midfielder Tessa Cinotti talks Reservoir girls soccer during a preseason practice.
Commissioner Harrison on Sgt. Carrington's release from Shock Trauma: 'Today is a joyous day.'
Former NFL player Joel Gamble focuses on empowering Baltimore's young women.
Prince Hall Shriners hold a parade in Baltimore.
The West Baltimore 17-year-old convicted of murdering Officer Amy Caprio last year was sentenced to life in prison Wednesday in Baltimore County Circuit Court.
Germaine Thunder Robinson, owner of Uppercut Boxing Gym, talks about boxing and her goal to "get the kids off the corners."
Senior midfielder Sophia Elguera and sophomore goalie Caroline Duffy talk River Hill soccer during a preseason practice.
Chanelle Smith, a senior for the defending 3A state champion Atholton volleyball team, discusses the team's 2019 goals and more.
River Hill senior Jackson Graves talks about the upcoming season, where the Hawks will be looking to build off a second-place finish at the state tournament.