Football, friends and good food. It will all be a part of Super Bowl Sunday. And in Baltimore, one business will be enjoying its busiest day of the year.
Maryland State Police are warning Super Bowl partiers that if they want to drink, they could very well run into a DUI patrol.
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources says it hopes to implement regulations allowing more Sunday hunting in western Maryland before the firearm deer season begins Nov. 29.
Searchers have found the body of a Pennsylvania teen who was lost in the water Sunday on a family boating outing.
Firefighters are on the scene of a three-alarm fire.
The trough in the NE will finally move into the Atlantic to allow for high pressure currently over the Ohio Valley to move southeastward Sunday. This will help shift our winds out of the west, bringing in drier air.
Gov. Martin O’Malley is giving his blessing to more Sunday hunting in western Maryland despite opposition from birdwatchers and horseback riders.
A winter storm watch has been issued by the NWS and goes into effect starting Sunday morning and lasting through Monday morning.
St. Leo’s Church is the heartbeat of Little Italy. It’s home to Sunday’s Ravioli and spaghetti dinner.
The Green Bay Packers are running more this season. The Baltimore Ravens have become enamored of the pass.
The Baltimore Ravens give one of their former star linebackers the highest honor this weekend. Ray Lewis will join the Ravens’ Ring of Honor.
Well, a simply fantastic weather pattern to end this late summer/early fall weather weekend. Plenty of high clouds are spreading into the area as a cold front is off to the northwest, but that will not impact any outdoor activities Sunday evening.