David Ginsburg covers the Ravens, Orioles, Nationals and Capitals for the Associated Press.
The AP’s Kurt Voigt talks about the Bobby Petrino scandal on 105.7 The Fan.
The Pentagon says it has awarded defense contractor Lockheed Martin Corp. a contract worth up to $7.4 billion to upgrade the systems in the Air Force’s F-22 Raptor fighter jet.
Baltimore will start collecting polystyrene foam foodservice containers for recycling.
Jack Metzner and Bill Wright say they are frustrated that Conservit Inc. is associated in some people’s minds with the ongoing problem of metal thefts. They are aware there are those who say there wouldn’t be a problem with metal thefts if there were no metal recyclers.
Herbert Thompson, former Annapolis correspondent for the Associated Press and press secretary to Spiro Agnew has died. He was 89.
Police in Montgomery County have arrested a man in a fatal stabbing in Rockville earlier this week.
The Maryland State Board of Education says school board officials in Prince George’s County were correct to have censured a board member who visited a high school to investigate a truancy complaint.
A panel of civilian scientists is urging the Army to be more transparent about its plans for an animal biodefense laboratory at Fort Detrick in Frederick.
Regulators have filed civil suits in Denver alleging two men bilked nearly 200 people of almost $30 million in separate Ponzi schemes.