- Derailment Affects Commuter Train Service Into Washington The derailment of a CSX train in Washington, D.C., is forcing some commuters to find a different way to work.
- Maryland Voters Have Many Choices This Primary There are more feasible candidates than usual for the Maryland primary, which takes place Tuesday.
- Maryland Poll: Redskins Name OK, Flacco Maybe Elite A majority of Marylanders think the Redskins name should not be changed. The state is more divided when it comes to Joe Flacco's eliteness.
- 2 Dead in Small Plane Crash Near Bay Bridge Two people were killed when a small plane crashed on Kent Island near the Bay Bridge Airport, Maryland State Police say.
- Police: Man Exposed Himself to High School Student A man in Frederick County is facing charges after police say he exposed himself to a high school student on Wednesday.
- Baltimore Police Body Camera Rollout Later Than Planned Baltimore police officers will start wearing body cameras about a month later than originally announced.
- Takata Air Bag Recall Doubles In Size An already-massive recall for defective Takata airbags more than doubled this week.
- First Responders To Get Free Adoptions Through Baltimore Humane They say the best things in life are free, but man's best friend still costs money. That's no longer true, however, for our area's first responders.
- Georgetown Hotel Evacuated After Bomb Threat Guests at a hotel in Georgetown are being allowed to return to the building after they were evacuated for more than two hours because of a bomb threat.
- Police Say Man Climbed Scaffolding at National Cathedral Police have talked down a man who was climbing scaffolding at the National Cathedral.
- D.C. Chancellor: ‘It’s Good to be a Teacher in DCPS’ Kaya Henderson, the chancellor of D.C. public schools, stops by The Joe Clair Morning Show in honor of National Teacher Appreciation Week.
- Police: Bus Hijacked, Strikes, Kills Pedestrian in D.C. A man attacked a bus driver, stole the bus, then struck and killed a pedestrian in northeast Washington on Tuesday, police said.
- Nats Showing Early Dominance Was No Fluke Many critics didn't put much stock in the Nationals' hot start because of their early schedule. That argument is now invalid.
- John Wall has Minor Procedure on Both Knees The Wizards' point guard had a minor procedure performed on each of his knees Thursday morning in Cleveland.
- Jordan Reed Signs 5-Year Extension With Redskins Tight end Jordan Reed signed a five-year contract extension with the Redskins Thursday, and it's among the league's biggest.
- Holtby Gives Stick to Young Penguins Fan Battling Cancer The Capitals goalie put sports aside for a moment to provide a young fan of the rival Penguins with a memento he'll never forget.
- Secretary Of Navy ‘Confident’ In Reynolds Playing For Ravens While he still has commitments to the Navy, it appears that quarterback turned WR Keenan Reynolds will get the chance to play with the Baltimore Ravens, who drafted him in the sixth round of the NFL draft.
- Listen Live: Orioles VS Yankees [Live Audio] MLB Orioles right-hander Kevin Gausman will oppose New York ace Masahiro Tanaka in Thursday's rubber match.
- Orioles Name Birdland Community Heroes For The Week Throughout the 2016 season, the Orioles will recognize local Birdland Community Heroes on the scoreboard at Oriole Park during every weekend home game.
- Alex Lewis Was Drafted By The Ravens While Grocery Shopping The Ravens drafted a lineman while he was at the grocery store.