Baltimore officials scramble to ready site of street collapse for impending storm
Baltimore's National Aquarium mulls dolphin exhibit's future, looks at ocean-side sanctuary
Owner of long shot Ria Antonia expects his filly to challenge favorite California Chrome
Attempted murder charges for suspect in Maryland TV station crash; father describes outbursts
Maryland television station damaged by truck makes repairs
Former Baltimore mayor, Howard law dean to become University of Baltimore president
Baltimore museum examines US flag's meaning to diverse population throughout history
A Baltimore TV station has been evacuated after a man rammed a truck into the building and is now barricaded inside.
Washington College honored Alexander Stinton of Wittman on Tuesday with the Sophie Kerr Prize.
For people who drive in the region, it may not come as a surprise that D.C. and Baltimore drivers are some of the least courteous.
Md. police: Man fatally injured in crash minutes after fleeing traffic stop
Stevenson U. students to return early from South Africa trip after tour bus robbery
Baltimore councilman: Too soon to determine fault in collapse of Charles Village street
Social Inclusion has arrived at Pimlico Race Course in preparation to take on Kentucky Derby winner California Chrome in the Preakness.
The 16th annual Maryland Film Festival opens Wednesday with 50 feature movies and 75 shorts. The films come from all over the world and include everything from the history of beer brewing in Baltimore ("Brewmore") to South Korean gore ("Moebius").
Baltimore police: Man hit by Amtrak train, killed
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.
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