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Maryland farmers say their gourds are far from handsome or abundant this fall after an unusually wet summer drowned the state's pumpkin crops. As... [Read More]
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On one of Baltimore's hottest days this past summer, the city baked at 98 degrees — according to the official reading at the Inner Harbor.... [Read More]
When the nation's most treasured fliers have faced extinction over the past half-century — bald eagles, California condors and the majestic whooping crane — scientists... [Read More]
A Baltimore Circuit Court judge has rejected a lawsuit filed by Conowingo Dam owner Exelon Corp. against the state of Maryland, saying the company was... [Read More]
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Hurricane Michael could bring heavy rain and high winds to parts of Maryland later this week, but extreme flooding did not pose an enormous risk... [Read More]
The Stanley Cup was making the rounds in Baltimore on Friday, visiting Oriole Park at Camden Yards and the Rye Street Tavern in Port Covington. [Read More]
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A video showing a Baltimore County school bus speeding down a neighborhood street has prompted an investigation, county school system officials said. The video, viewed... [Read More]
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Temperatures hit the 80s around Baltimore for a fourth consecutive day on Thursday, and with summer-like humidity, it felt like the lower 90s. And... [Read More]
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Temperatures are forecast to reach the 80s around Baltimore for a fourth consecutive day on Thursday, and summer-like humidity could make it feel like 90... [Read More]
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A new study by the U.S. Geological Survey and UMBC will study why PCBs still exist in Back River, and how to address them... [Read More]
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Traces of toxic chemicals have persisted in waterways, including in the Chesapeake Bay, for decades since the U.S. government banned their use. A new study... [Read More]
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With more rainy weather in the forecast this week, Baltimore is on track for a record-setting year of precipitation — or at least its wettest... [Read More]
A common joke between politicians from Maryland and Virginia holds that all Maryland blue crabs actually come from Virginia, where saltier waters are hospitable to... [Read More]
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Though Brindra Giri had only been in the United States for five months, her funeral services drew hundreds of mourners Sunday, three days after Giri... [Read More]
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Fall begins at precisely 9:54 p.m. Saturday — the moment of autumnal equinox. [Read More]
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The International Space Station will make passes over the Baltimore region over the next few days. You can easily spot it — if skies stay... [Read More]
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Multiple people were killed and others were critically injured in a shooting Thursday morning at a Rite Aid distribution center near Aberdeen. Here is how... [Read More]
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Multiple people were shot Thursday morning at a Rite Aid distribution center in Aberdeen, the latest mass shooting in Maryland. Here is a timeline... [Read More]
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Hurricane Florence has moved on, but the storm is nonetheless forecast to deliver another potentially damaging slug of floodwaters and pollution to the Chesapeake Bay... [Read More]
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Moderate to heavy rain is expected this morning, with additional showers and thunderstorms likely this evening, the National Weather Service said. About 1-2 inches of... [Read More]
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