Hopkins Team To Develop Ebola Training Tool For Medical WorkersThe Centers for Disease Control picks a team from Johns Hopkins to help develop a special tool to properly train health care workers nationwide.
Glenn Younes: A Day Tracking TigerGenerally the field in any golf arena is the one tracking Tiger. Sunday at Merion I, along with the smaller than normal gallery, (not fully because of his position but lack of course space) were the only ones tracking the world's number one.
Grand Prix Of Baltimore Course Construction Begins TodayBaltimore's course was tough.
Western Md. Whitewater Course Opening For SeasonA western Maryland whitewater course is opening for its first season under public ownership.
Baltimore Singer Mario Helping City Kids Cope With Family Members' AddictionsOvercoming the odds. Despite living with a drug addicted mother, Baltimore musician Mario did just that and now he's helping city students with their struggles.
Md. Whitewater Course Operator Defaults On LoansThe operator of a publicly financed whitewater course in far western Maryland says it has defaulted on loan payments and is considering a change in ownership.
College Class Focuses On Spree And Serial KillersKasey Quinn is afraid to turn off the lights at night. Cecilia Hewick doesn't like to walk alone anymore. And it's all because of a class they love at Anne Arundel Community College. But both women can't get enough of the History of Homicide.
Advocates Propose Financial Literacy Course For High School StudentsA proposal headed to the General Assembly could save your children and their families a lot of hardship in the future.
Preps In Full Swing For Weekend's Grand Prix RaceLast-minute preparations are underway for the Baltimore Grand Prix. That means plenty of road closures and traffic headaches for drivers downtown.
A Familiar Course & A Familiar MajorThe U.S. Open will be held at Congressional this year.
Financial Literacy Bill Would Require Money CourseMaryland high schoolers would have to complete a course in financial literacy in order to graduate under a bill state lawmakers are considering.