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Baltimore man among those missing from sunken cargo ship

The captain of the 790-foot El Faro planned to bypass Hurricane Joaquin , but some kind of mechanical failure left the U.S. container ship with 33 people aboard, including a Baltimore man, helplessly adrift in the path of the powerful storm, the vessel's owners say. → Read More

5 things to watch as the Maryland men's basketball team begins preseason practice

With the Maryland men’s basketball team set to start practice Tuesday for one of the most anticipated – and probably the most hyped – seasons in memory, there are still questions about a team that will look and play radically different than it did during any of Mark Turgeon’s first four years. The arrival of already celebrated freshman Diamond Stone, the addition of… → Read More

Nationals fire Matt Williams, coaching staff

The Washington Nationals say they have fired manager Matt Williams and his coaching staff after a season in which the team went from World Series favorite to failing to make the playoffs. → Read More

Supreme Court to decide on hearing Huguely appeal in Yeardley Love death

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) — The U.S. Supreme Court is due to decide whether it will hear the case of a former University of Virginia lacrosse player convicted of killing his ex-girlfriend. → Read More

Gun control works

State Attorney General Brian Frosh is calling on other states to enact the kind of strict handgun purchasing laws that Maryland adopted in 2013. Mr. Frosh says Maryland's new law is making it harder for criminals to purchase guns and that it would be even more effective if it weren't so easy for people to buy guns in neighboring jurisdictions and bring them across state lines illegally. That… → Read More

Hogan rescinds state of emergency in Maryland

Gov. Larry Hogan on Sunday rescinded the state of emergency that was issued in advance of Hurricane Joaquin . → Read More

Charles County officials investigating death of couple

Officials are investigating the deaths of a man and a woman whose bodies were found Saturday in a wooded area in Charles County. → Read More

Squirrel causes 1,900 power outages in Frederick

A squirrel caused 1,900 customers in the city of Frederick to lose power on Saturday, a power company spokesman said. → Read More

Ravens Insider: On Steve Smith Sr., Michael Campanaro and trade for Chris Givens

Ravens Insider Jeff Zrebiec discussses the Ravens placing Michael Campanaro on injury reserve, the status of wide receiver Steve Smith Sr. (back) and the trade for Rams wide receiver Chris Givens. → Read More

John Harbaugh at Michigan vs. Maryland

Ravens coach John Harbaugh got a good look at his brother, Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh, at Byrd Stadium during the Wolverines' win over Maryland. → Read More

Flooding in Ocean City as Hurricane Joaquin moves farther offshore

Heavy rain and wind pounded Ocean City on Friday and covered low-lying areas with as much as 5 feet of floodwater at high tide — an onslaught that was expected to continue through the weekend. ALSO SEE:  Complete Hurricane Joaquin coverage → Read More

Top 10 most expensive Baltimore-area new home listings

A four-bedroom home in Reisterstown was the most expensive new listing in September 2015. The home is listed at $4.95 million.  → Read More

Dr. Wen, prescriber- in-chief

At a time when deaths from drug overdoses are rising nationally, Baltimore City has seen more such fatalities than any other jurisdiction in Maryland. Last year, 303 people died in Baltimore from drug overdoses, most of them involving opiates, comprising nearly a third of all such deaths statewide. Many of those lives could have been saved had the victims been treated promptly with naloxone, a… → Read More

Chris Davis wins 2015 Most Valuable Oriole award

First baseman Chris Davis has been voted this year’s recipient of the Louis M. Hatter Most Valuable Oriole award, given annually to the team MVP. → Read More

Politicize the Oregon deaths

President Barack Obama 's condemnation of America's latest mass shooting was no less striking for how often we have heard him say essentially the same thing. The White House podium lamentation is routine because the killings are routine, and the utter lack of any substantive response is just as routine. In his years in office, Mr. Obama's reaction in such circumstances has gone from outraged to… → Read More

Police investigate fatal shooting in northwest Baltimore

Baltimore police are investigating a fatal shooting that occurred early Friday in the northwest area of the city. → Read More

No matter how the storm tracks, it's smart to prepare for Joaquin

As Atlantic storms go, the one that hit the United States in mid-June of 1972 was hardly a record-breaker. Although initially classified as a hurricane, it was downgraded to a strong storm by the time it hit the mid-Atlantic — yet the heavy rains and high tides driven 18 inches above normal proved devastating: Tropical Storm Agnes caused the deaths of 19 Marylanders including three… → Read More

Event cancellations due to rain and threat of Hurricane Joaquin

With Hurricane Joaquin making its way toward the East Coast, many events have been canceled in Maryland. This list will be regularly updated. → Read More

Ravens-Steelers game-by-game history

Recap every game ever played in the bitter rivalry between the Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers. → Read More

Tracking Hurricane Joaquin

A state of emergency is declared in Maryland and officials eye Hurricane Joaquin's approach. Find the latest coverage on the Maryland Weather blog. → Read More