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.
Goucher College student from Texas dies after hit-and-run crash
The FBI is identifying a man officials say was shot and killed by agents last week in a shopping area in Owings Mills.
Baltimore police are investigating three nonfatal shootings in the city, one of them involving a teenage victim.
WTOP's Chris Cichon will be among the singles participating in an exclusive casting call for the hit ABC show "The Bachelor."
Local passenger who was on the Grandeur of the Seas, says it wasn't the trip she and her family expected when they set sail on April 5.
The U.S. Military Academy has won a cyber-warfare competition among the service academies.
Court documents say FBI investigating former U-Md. contract worker for data disclosure
Baltimore's Pimlico Race Course trying to break Zumba class size record set in India in 2012
2,000 Johns Hopkins hospital workers on strike over wages, strike to last through Friday
Transportation Security Administration: Loaded guns found in carry-on bags at DC-area airports
Baltimore Co. police: Monkton man, 82, charged in shooting death of 78-year-old wife
Baltimore woman facing murder charge in stabbing death of Fayetteville man
House committee approves marijuana decriminalization bill, passes bill to full chamber
Developer proposing tower by Baltimore's Inner Harbor, could be Maryland's tallest building
All service on Amtrak Acela Express and Northeast Regional trains between Washington and Baltimore was suspended Thursday.
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