It's been the talk all over the Four-State Region as well as across the United States, what's up with this winter? No snow for Christmas in Chicago, 60 degrees in January, an extreme lack of snowfall. What is going on?
Two sisters give free weekly music instrument lessons to elementary school students in Frederick. It's part of Music to My Ears, an organization that allows middle and high school students to teach music to younger kids.
You've set your resolutions. Now what? Registered dietitian and owner of Whole Mind Wellness Kay Loughrey joins WHAG to explain how to keep your resolutions this year when it comes to exercise and eating healthy.
Organizers for the "King for a Cause Elvis Celebration" stop by WHAG studios.
For over a decade, First Choice has had major success in helping some 10,000 problem gamblers in West Virginia. Now it's taking on a new hot line service.
The Polar Bear Plunge is an annual tradition in Williamsport. People jump into the freezing Potomac to raise money for the Humane Society of Washington County.
The concert will be presented on Saturday, December 17th at 7 p.m. and Sunday, December 18th at 3 p.m. at the Maryland Theatre.
If you enjoy holiday music, there are two big concerts this weekend. One of them is at the famous Capitol Theatre in Chambersburg and it features the Hagerstown Municipal Band.
Find complimentary Christmas meals over the four-state region.
Carole Everett, the "gift guru" from the Maryland Lottery, joins WHAG to talk about good and bad gifts and the ones to just stay away from!
With the winter season kicking in, traveling through rough climate is no easy task for anyone. So how are the highways being managed?
Age: 9 Years Old
School: Mill Creek Intermediate School (Bunker Hill, West Virginia)
Teacher: Mrs. Ratcliffe
With the holiday season here we all like to look our best, at least for women. If you're trying to figure out how to spruce up that simple black dress, Angie Riford from the Premium Outlets can show you how.
Much has been made recently about the number of false positives reported in mammograms, but in this edition of Health Matters, Dr. David tells us false positives can happen in any imaging study.
Allan Hathaway of the West Virginia Christmas Tree Growers Association joins WHAG to talk about how the Christmas tree industry has exploded in the area.
The WHAG Kidscaster for 11/30 is Joseph Trenary.
The WHAG KidsCaster for 11/16 is Bailey Moreland.
A group in West Virginia is working to give everyone equal access to the court system.
Chris walked all 60 miles with his mother and grandfather.
One of the newest stars in the magic entertainment scene joins WHAG to perform some magic!
The Kidscaster for November 9th is Lindsey O'Shea.
The Weinburg Center for the Arts in Frederick is bring film audiences and film makers together.
The annual West Virginia Economic Outlook Conference took place Tuesday.
Brian Boyle's life changed after a near fatal accident in 2004. Today he's a tri-athlete, author, blood recipient and a spokesperson for the Red Cross.
West Virginia Secretary of State Natalie Tennant joins WHAG to talk about elections and other related issues.
A World War II hero used to call West Virginia his home. His name is Aubrey Stewart and his story is being kept alive by a group who's spreading a message of unity.
October 29th is a big day in the state of Maryland. It's the first recognized "Kids are Heroes" day.
Need some Halloween makeup tips? Goodwill has ideas for you!
Still looking for a Halloween costume but don't want to spend a lot? Goodwill has some ideas for you!
Acclaimed violinist Nick Kendall is in Hagerstown to perform with the Maryland Symphony Orchestra.
Republican candidate Dan Bongino joins WHAG. He is running for U.S. Senate.
The basket festival will be held the weekend of September 22nd at the Longaberger outlet store (Suite 875). Shoppers will have the opportunity to make their own baskets from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The 30th anniversary season of the Maryland Symphony Orchestra kicks off this weekend and the group has a new executive director.
WHAG's Kidcaster for September 14th is Payton Downie.
Vegetarians can love Mexican, too! Chef Scott makes fajitas with peppers, corn salsa, tofu and more!
The Back Creek Valley Boys promote Pickin' in the Panhandle, which will be taking place this weekend at the Lazy A Campground in Back Creek Valley, West Virginia.
Kidcaster Leah Tolsen has played the trumpet for two years.
Teai Mills is the winner of the Back to School contest! Congratulations, Teai!
Mason Swankler is WHAG's Kidcaster for August 31st.
The WHAG Kidcaster for August 24th is Andrew Dudley.
The WHAG Kidscaster for August 17th is Williamson.
The WHAG Kidcaster for Wednesday, August 10th is Lexie from Frederick.
Robert Shemin joins WHAG to talk about how he's found success. He's made millions by managing over 400 pieces of real estate.
WHAG's Paul Espinosa participates in a doughnut-eating contest at the Berkeley County Youth Fair.
The WHAG Kidcaster for Wednesday, August 3rd, is Haley Somers.
Emma is going into the 4th grade at Emmanuel Christian School.
Margo Huffman is the reigning Miss Teen Maryland International 2011 and the International spokesperson for Believe in Tomorrow Children's Foundation.
Derek Davis of Berkeley Springs won four round-trip tickets to Lakeland, Florida and his trip is well-deserved.
Lee Block is a multi-talented, twice divorced mom of two who saw a need in the post-divorce community and created a family of sites centered around fulfilling that need.