Santa has some helpers at work in Hagerstown at Fountaindale Elementary School.
Accused murderer Carl Varner pleaded not guilty at his arraignment
This comes right after Franklin County's District Attorney announced he will seek the death penalty in the case.
Local leaders are looking for ways to treat mental health issues to prevent another mass shooting tragedy.
In the wake of the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School, some members of Congress are calling for tighter gun laws.
A report out this month says a rising number of young workers are out of school and unemployed, especially in West Virginia.
A Berkeley County man is accused of secretly videotaping a teenage girl in a high school dressing room. As it turns out, the person who found the incriminating evidence in tapes and DVDs was his wife at the time.
Some surprising gifts are coming out of a prison in Cumberland.
It was a historic day for same-sex couples, who were able to apply for marriage licenses in Maryland for the first time.
Store windows in Hagerstown that were once sitting dark are now lit up with holiday cheer.
The Bronze Star Medal is one of the highest combat decorations, and their commander says he's glad these men represent the 167th Airlift Wing.
"It's the experience that you're paying for. The family comes out and starts the Christmas season off."
Kids at Charles Town Middle School asked their teacher to help them recognize 9/11 heroes. 9/11 isn't a day they can remember, but now it's a legacy that continues with them.
Deer hunting season is now underway in Maryland and Pennsylvania. In West Virginia, it started last week, and if their numbers so far are any indication, the economy is going to be a friend to deer this year.
The Marines are looking ahead to future challenges and local teens are the ones making the cut.
"Just a real great thing that we've been able to help and seeing the looks on some of their faces and the kids getting their bellies full, that really makes you feel good."
"We would have normally done these projects over the next couple years, but we're doing them now because we're concerned about the fiscal cliff, but more importantly about the fiscal state of the government."
One special group has made themselves personal bodyguards for kids who haven't been protected enough.
The man accused of killing three people in Quincy township before
kidnapping his daughter in July is awaiting trial. The victims' families
have given their permission to seek the death penalty
Some families who receive rental assistance are facing a crisis. They could lose their housing, and it's all in the hands of Congress.
The old Washington County Hospital site has sat empty, but on Tuesday officials unveiled a map of how it could soon be developed.
Police Friday captured the inmate who escaped from the Warren County Jail last week.
Martinsburg Police arrested the man they say deflated a woman's tire with a "stop stick" device at the Sheetz store on West King Street.
A number of roads are flooded, or covered with power lines. WHAG's Jessica Reyes found major storm damage in Leitersburg.
Several emergency shelters are now open in the four-state area.
Martinsburg police are investigating a suspicious incident at Sheetz on West King Street, after surveillance cameras caught a man puncturing a woman's tire.
A soldier spoke at Letterkenny Army Depot about life after he was wounded in Afghanistan.
A Boonsboro man has been indicted on charges of abusing an elderly woman and stealing her money.
Police are asking for your help in finding a woman who's been missing for over a year.
A woman is facing several charges including manslaughter in the death of her infant who drowned earlier this year.
After police barricaded a home on the 100 block of Sollenberger Road in Hamilton Township for hours, they now say no one was inside.
Big changes are making Frederick County Emergency Services faster than ever.
White ribbons popped up on police cars earlier this month. In the fight
against domestic violence, they're the opposite of white flags.
The family of a high school sophomore who was bullied in front of a WHAG reporter is holding a separate homecoming dance to promote anti-bullying.
The First Lady spoke at a campaign event Tuesday to target Virginia voters, drawing some of the crowd from the northern Shenandoah Valley.
A jury found Christopher Johnson guilty of murdering wildlife conservation Officer David Grove.
A Pennsylvania judge has halted the state's tough new voter ID law.
The truck driver whose tractor-trailer crashed off Interstate 68 last week has died at Baltimore Shock Trauma.
A Franklin County man is suing members of the state police for what he says was a violation of his civil rights, caught on tape.
Sweet Frog is ready to bring their frozen yogurt to Hagerstown.
A Williamsport man arrested for sexually abusing two girls is now being indicted on more charges.
In Smithsburg, the power of Tuesday's storm was on display, leaving major damage behind.
Police are discovering many drivers who are a menace on the roads don't
know it. They're often under the influence of drugs that are completely
legal, but pose a serious health risk behind the wheel.
Samson Edmond, 28, was a former member of the National Guard and was starting a new chapter in the area, police say.
The Great Frederick Fair is kicking off at the Frederick Fairgrounds for its 150th year.
Soldiers in the Battle of Maryland Heights never got a burial or service. But one Confederate's family made the journey to change that.
Top athletes and Olympians hit the rapids in Garrett County this weekend for the National Canoe and Kayak Championships.
Thousands are headed to Tough Mudder at Crumland Farm this weekend, looking to take on the military-style course. It was the Wounded Warriors who led the way.
The Disabled American Veterans chapter in Washington County was presented with a proclamation by the mayor at City Hall.
Police arrested a Hampshire County man for threatening to kill another man, shooting at him and hitting his car. He also fired his rifle in several areas around Capon Bridge Monday night.
One of Hagerstown's athletes will soon be representing team USA in Italy in outdoor international speed skating events.