Trains are running again on a section of track that was buried in rubble when a Baltimore street collapsed during a storm.
The Orioloes-Pirates faced off this week and it stirred some nostalgia for WTOP's J. Brooks.
CSX freight line to reopen in Baltimore as early as Thursday evening after street collapse
A train carrying 8,000 tons of coal skidded off its tracks in Prince George's County early Thursday morning.
Boston Globe, AP, CBS Sports, WBAL radio among top winners in 80th National Headliner awards
More than 2K Johns Hopkins grad students' info inadvertently made accessible on the Internet
Beyonce and Jay Z are going on tour together, and they'll be in Baltimore on July 7 at the M&T Bank Stadium.
Two months after a young boy died while walking by natural gas explosion at a Baltimore rowhouse, the street is being renamed in his honor.
The U.S. Park Police report that eight vehicles were involved and two people were arrested for drug possession in an accident early Saturday morning on the B-W Parkway.
A second man has been sentenced in the fatal stabbing of a Westminster man in 2010.
Standing next to a new charging station, state Attorney General Doug Gansler touted the fast EV chargers set to be installed along Maryland highways.
Basilica commemorates Baltimore visit by Pope John Paul II in new exhibit
Domino Sugar takes iconic sign along Baltimore's harbor solar, part of sustainability effort
Johns Hopkins U. to honor 7 with honorary degrees including 2 who fought for gay rights
Baltimore Sen. Verna Jones-Rodwell cancels re-election campaign, announces retirement plans
It's about the last thing you'd expect to happen at a food-safety conference: an outbreak of food poisoning.
Baltimore's archdiocese is celebrating its 225th Easter in the nation's oldest cathedral.
With too many remedial college students dropping out, schools look for new approaches
A look at what makes social painting classes so popular and what a local business offers for patrons who want to paint and imbibe at the same time.
A new report reveals hundreds of thousands of Syria refugees are being left without humanitarian help.
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