Ocean temperatures off the northeast United States have reached a record high.
The skipjack Rebecca T. Ruark has come out on top again in an annual race held for the iconic Chesapeake Bay work boats.
The National Weather Service says weekend storms dumped record amounts of rain at Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport.
Business is booming at BWI-Marshall airport, as a new travel record is set.
The temperature of 104 at BWI Wednesday equaled the maximum temperature on July 7, and broke the previous record for the date.
We did it. We topped out at 103 degrees, breaking the old record of 101 degrees from 2010. That makes this the 11th straight day of 90 degree+ temperatures. We are looking to tack one more day on to that total before we get some relief Monday.
An investigative report shows the commander of a Maryland squadron that flies Navy leaders in corporate-style jets was fired from the job after she acknowledged falsifying records that said an evaluator was present during simulator training that she had undergone.
The car? A 2012 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG. The ball’s speed? 178 mph. Yowzer!
The Ravens have made the playoffs four years in a row. They have made two AFC Championship game appearances. They embody consistency and winning. The Orioles can’t spell playoffs and haven’t sniffed a winning season in over a decade.
Tiger finally got a win. After 30 weeks, 924 days, a fired coach and caddy, he is back in the win column.
Washington has experienced its warmest winter on record.
I don’t care what anyone tells you, this record will never be broken.