Some Japanese children who lost everything in the tsunami were in Harford County working out with Hall of Fame baseball player Cal Ripken Jr.
A new job for the Iron Man. Hall of Famer Cal Ripken Jr. takes his love for baseball overseas.
A former teacher has been sentenced to 25 years in prison on child pornography charges after admitting a decades-long pattern of molesting teenage boys in the United States and Japan.
A federal task force on Thursday vouched anew for the safety of U.S. nuclear power plants in the aftermath of the Japanese crisis.
Recent power failures at nuclear plants in Tuscaloosa, Ala.— where the backup system worked— and Fukushima, Japan— where it didn’t— make you wonder what would happen here. Thousands of Marylanders live in the shadow of nearby nuclear power plants.
Radiation from the crippled Japanese nuclear power plants has been found in Maryland.
Thousands of Ravens fans turned out to get autographs of their favorite players—all while helping the Japanese tsunami victims.
George Gellrich gets up at least once a night to check his computer. He could wait until the morning briefing at work, or even for the morning news shows. But he just can’t. He needs to know: Was there another explosion at the crippled nuclear plant in Japan? Did they restore power to the pumps? Is there enough water in the spent fuel pool at Unit 4? Has the radioactive contamination grown worse?
It’s the last day of class for a group of Japanese exchange students. As they head back to their homeland this week, they won’t leave empty handed.
Some radiation from Japan has already made its way to the United States. State health officials confirm they’ve detected small levels of radiation right here in Maryland.
The American Red Cross, 105.7 The Fan and the Baltimore Ravens are teaming up for a joint effort to help the earthquake and tsunami victims in Japan.
Maryland officials say they’ve found little or no evidence that radiation from the Japanese nuclear reactor accident has made it to the state.