WHAG's Carmen Chau sat down with Shanna Figgins, a tobacco educator at Frederick Memorial Hospital, to discuss managing your COPD.
Locals gathered at Hagerstown City Park for a free summer concert Saturday evening.
Pennsylvania State Police are looking for a man who they say robbed a convenience store at gunpoint in St. Thomas Township.
A deputy with the Berkeley County Sheriff's Department was injured in a car accident Saturday while on his way to a domestic disturbance call.
Pennsylvania State Police Chambersburg Barrack have identified the names of the two passengers involved in the serious motorcycle accident Saturday morning.
Traffic was backed up for hours as crews tried to clean up the scene.
A man died in a house fire that broke out Saturday night in Inwood.
A multi-structure fire along Orndorff Court. in Brunswick Saturday displaced six families.
The accident happened at around 2 p.m. Saturday.
Officers with Frederick Police Department arrested Joshua Goines, 19, of Frederick, Maryland for breaking into several parked vehicles.
Officers with Frederick Police Department responded to the Liberty Gas Station on 1301 North East Street for a reported stabbing.
"She harms herself, didn't intend to harm the children and the children died of the heat. She harmed her children and then harmed herself or all three accidentally died in the car because of the heat," said Captain Paul Kifer with the Hagerstown Police Department.
"I don't want anything from them, other than to make it right. I feel that they should do the right thing here and replace the equipment," said Kline.
Emergency dispatch centers in Pennsylvania have been facing a continual decline in funding for years, as lawmakers search for a better way to collect money for the system.
Officials say $2,000 will go towards future cat adoptions, and $500 is for cat food. The donation is part of Purina Cat Chow's "Building Better Lives" program.
"The community, the folks who work with children, the professionals were all devastated so we decided we needed a place to have it be a public way to acknowledge how important our children are."
Fire officials say a woman and her son were heating up grease on the stove and stepped outside. When they returned inside, the stove and cabinets were on fire.
The incident happened at 12:07 p.m. along the 800 block of Maryland Avenue in Hagerstown.
Officers say Robert Langford was last seen on Saturday, June 28, 2014. A flyer has been posted around the City of Martinsburg by Robert's family.
After 16 years of service, a local Frederick County Sheriff's Deputy retired Friday to pursue a second career as a teacher. Duman will be leaving to pursue teaching in the field of criminal justice.
On July 8, 2014 officers responded to the 300 block of Fairview Avenue for a burglary, police say. A resident said he came home to find that someone had broken into his house and stolen a number of his firearms, a knife, a gaming system and lawn equipment.
The crash happened around 6 a.m. along I-81 southbound during Friday morning's rush hour, according to Maryland State Police.
Detectives said on each incident, a female solicited or agreed to perform sexual acts for money with the informant. All six women were subsequently arrested, processed and taken to the Eastern Regional Jail to await arraignment.
"There's all kinds of data kept on there as far as text messages, phone records, GPS coordinates, GPS locations," said Lt. Greg Alton with the Washington County Sheriff's Office.
The Hagerstown Ford dealership on Massey Boulevard opened its doors to the public to show off their new state-of-the art facilities after wrapping up a three year project.
Frederick city officials and staff are working together to get the ball rolling on a long term plan to develop East Frederick.
The State Fire Marshal's Office has a new member on their team. He's four year's old, with four legs, and his name is Blitz.
This year marks the 150th anniversary of the burning and rebirth of Chambersburg during the Civil War.
The Frederick County Sheriff's Office said Terry Freland, 58, of Frederick, Md., is charged with one count of vulnerable adult abuse and 22 counts of second-degree assault.
"They're tasked with finding their own source of inspiration and their own self motivation, their own presence and their own confidence."
The fire started in a pan of grease on the kitchen stove and quickly spread through the house, according to officials. The cause of the fire is unattended cooking.
Officials say 48 Pre-K students in the Chambersburg Area School District are hitting the books early through a new Kindergarten Academy.
The downtown area of Frederick was without power for more than three hours Thursday due to a blown transformer located on West 4th Street, according to city police.
This week's Kidscaster is Rylee Mayer from Warrenton, Virginia!
The Governor's Office of Crime Control and Prevention committed $1,914,907 to nine jurisdictions across the state for the Safe Streets initiative. It's a program helping two local law enforcement agencies identify and arrest serious offenders.
"We typically see an increase in call volume during the summer. However, the uptick in violent activity is something that is uncommon for us," said Sgt. Joe Hayer, with the Frederick City Police Department.
The two candidates for the first-ever Frederick County, Md. executive are already sparring over what should happen to the proposed waste-to-energy facility.
On the heels of Tuesday night's powerful storm, First Energy has announced they are beginning their water and ice program in Frederick and Hagerstown.
Jeffrey Miles will head to trial on September 22 for the 1995 murder of Angie Lynn Daley.
"Lock your car, don't leave your keys in it if you're going to run in the store for a few minutes. Turn your car off, lock it, take your keys with you. Don't leave things of value within the car."
Viewer Submitted Severe Weather Photos from the Severe Thunderstorms on Tuesday, July 8, 2014
A week has passed and the community is rallying around her family and co-workers, and they're remembering Heather the way she was, one of a kind.
It's been 150 years since Middletown and the City of Frederick were held for ransom by confederate troops during the Civil War.
Tuesday night's powerful storm killed one child and injured several others at a summer camp in Carroll County, Maryland. More than 100 children were in an open air pavilion when the storms hit.
Many people in our area are still without power Wednesday evening. Here's the latest look at the numbers being reported from First Energy.
Severe thunderstorms moved across the region on Tuesday Evening leaving behind lots of damage and plenty of people in the dark without power. The National Weather Service is releasing official damage reports from these thunderstorms.
The incident happened at 12:03 p.m. Wednesday, July 9 inside the parking lot of the Costco located at 251 Front Royal Pike.
During a search at the address, detectives discovered loaded handgun magazines and ammunition in the bedroom of the suspect, 19-year-old Micah Karem Jeffrey. In addition, police say marijuana was also found.
In Frederick, W. 12th Street was struck the hardest. The high winds uprooted several trees, with one landing on the roof of a house.
"Well you know anytime a child is a victim it's very difficult for us to deal with. Many of us are fathers and mothers in the West Virginia State Police and law enforcement in general and those are the most difficult kind of cases to work," said Lt. Michael Baylous, Public Information Officer with West Virginia State Police