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Michael Barry Baker, 58, was struck and critically injured by a southbound train near North Burhans Boulevard on the afternoon of August 15. He died from his injuries on August 24.
Starting this week, the U.S. Small Business Administration is in the area to offer low-interest, long-term disaster loans for businesses and homeowners that were affected.
Sen. Ben Cardin visited with the the Prosperity Center Friday to talk about local and Congressional initiatives that would ensure all Americans have a fair shot at economic success.
Delegate Paul Espinosa and fellow legislators in the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia will introduce a bill that would require all state agencies in west virginia to undergo regular audits.
"We will be bypassing the tunnels to protect the bats threatened by the deadly White Nose Syndrome," said Stubbs.
After a steep recession any sign of an economic recovery should be a good thing. But for the low priced gateway to higher education, there seems to be a flip side -- enrollment is down.
Firefighters from the Funkstown Volunteer Fire Department say the need for more volunteers comes and goes.
Washington County residents met with the county’s planning commission Wednesday night to discuss proposed zoning changes that are happening in four areas of the county.
The second annual Frederick High Wheel Bicycle Race takes place this Saturday, and this unique event is the only one of its kind in the country. Sports Reporter, Zac Glover, caught up with these high wheel racers to see what it's like to keep history in motion, one big wheel at a time.
A new initiative in Washington County is helping people learn to live a more active lifestyle.
It was all about the kids at the farmers market in downtown Chambersburg today.
WV state leaders met with the EPA Thursday to talk about the state's future.
When snow hits the area, that puts local school transportation officials on guard whether they need to delay or close schools, but the answer to that question is not as simple as you'd think.
The Martinsburg Bulldogs were displace due to remnants of a Meth Lab at their hotel they were staying at during the duration of their stay in Charleston. All Bulldogs players are safe.
After East Tennessee Police issued an Amber Alert when the children went missing, they are now in the custody of Washington County Child Services.
Some people try for an entire lifetime to "right their wrongs" but one man says he's fortunate to get it together before it was too late.
Governor Bob McDonnell signed a law last week, requiring abortion clinics to meet the same standards as hospitals.
The bill also extends the hours beer distributors can stay open on Sundays from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
WVU forward, Aaric Murray was charged Thursday with possession of narcotics in Philadelphia, PA.
Prosecutors say Mark Haines robbed the teller at the drive-through and received $7,582.
The victim died on the scene. Officials have not released a name or cause of the fire.
About 48 wine and liquor vendors want the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board to approve a price increase.
On Tuesday, Shanee Liggins from Waldorf, Maryland appeared in court for the first time since the stabbing.
Hagerstown city police will study certain areas in the city, to figure out where to place the cameras.
A family friend says the 84-year-old was released Sunday.
Police arrested David Canby Saturday morning after the 12-year-old's mother complained.
The bill should ensure sex offenders who move to Pennsylvania, will face prosecution if they fail to register under Megan's Law.
The measure sets minimum distances between wells and other structures.
The Virginia Board of Social Services voted for a second time to allow adoption agencies to screen potential parents based on religious and moral codes.
Fire marshals are still investigating what caused a fire to rip through an airplane hangar at Cumberland Airport in Wiley Ford, West Virginia Wednesday night.
Over 130,000 people signed an online petition, challenging the constitutionality of the law.
The accident happened at 8:22 a.m. at the intersection of King St. and Delmar Orchard Rd.
With discounts included, the total cost for the vehicle will be $182,752.
In an attempt to redeem the school's image, Penn State University officials say they'll build a research lab dedicated to the protection of children.
State Police in Chambersburg say the parents of a baby boy assaulted severely in Franklin County are the primary suspects in their investigation.
In a letter to his employees at his office, Cuccinelli said he feels he can "best serve the people of Virginia from the governor's office."
Carroll Snyder said he was sleeping in his Martinsburg store when he woke up to three men beating him.
The IRS says it owes about $153-million to more than 99-thousand people.
Richard Saville is from Piedmont, WV, but he is facing multiple charges including burglary and possession with intent to distribute in Maryland.
Police say Travon Brown was driving as fast as 80 mph in a 25 MPH zone during the chase.
Investigators say the blaze started on the porch after someone threw out a cigarette butt.
Some voters in Virginia are concerned people will not show up to the polls.
Patricia Tasker will spend over three years in prison, then ten years on supervised release.
Justin Morgan of Frederick, Md. has been charged with trespassing and conducting visual surveillance of another person.
The movie is about a young interracial couple preparing for marriage in a small town.
A 4-year-old boy is dead after a fire broke out in his home Monday night. Fire officials say the room he was in did not have a smoke detector.
Dispatchers say they received the call for the accident at 12:53 a.m.
Deputies have identified the victim as 70-year-old George Eugene Koons from Falling Waters, West Virginia.
CEO, Phil Bennett says at least 50 children are waiting for matches in the program.