The most decorated Olympian ever, Baltimore native Michael Phelps announced this week he’s headed back to competition.
More than 100 years after dinosaurs were first displayed on the National Mall, T. Rex — the king — is joining the Smithsonian collection after a 2,000-mile journey from Montana.
Lawyers for Orioles great Brooks Robinson say he’s no longer the same person after a traumatic fall at a casino in Florida–and they’re asking for almost $10 million in damages.
Batting clean-up is an important job on any baseball team, so is cleaning up after a game is over.
An abandoned city police station has a new look. It’s now an apartment building for Baltimore residents. It’s part of the city’s plan to get rid of a slew of vacant buildings.
The spring weather is now giving many a chance to get outside and get a close-up look at some of the damage winter has done in their yards.
This is an important night for Baltimore’s Jewish community and Jews around the world. It’s the beginning of the weeklong celebration of Passover.
It’s going to take luck and an alarm clock to see, but there will be a total eclipse of the moon over Maryland early Tuesday morning.
On this Palm Sunday, there were many blessings for Baltimore. A collection of churches gathered at City Hall to pray for the city at the start of Holy Week.
It’s well known to classroom teachers that kids learn more when they have a full stomach.
It’s that time of the year–fire season. Brush fires have been popping up in Maryland.
After a tough winter, you may be breathing a sigh of relief over the mild weather we’ve seen lately. But, don’t inhale too deeply because a wet weather could wreak havoc on allergies.