Joe Flacco Is The Only Starting QB Expected To Miss OTAsJoe Flacco will miss Baltimore's organized team activities for the first time in nine years.
Justin Forsett Brings Baltimore Football To ItalyBaltimore Raven Justin Forsett has had a very busy offseason meeting with President Barack Obama, spearheading a relief effort in Flint, Michigan, and traveling to Italy.
Football Clinic Starting Concussion Safety Training EarlyPlayer safety. It's been the topic of many conversations dealing with concussions and football.
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.
Training Starts In Md. For Paddling ChampionshipsSome of the world's top whitewater paddlers are starting their final training in western Maryland for the Canoe Slalom World Championships to be held there later this month.
Swimmer Training In Baltimore Hopes To Make HistoryThree Americans hope to make history by becoming the first trio of siblings to swim across the English Channel at the same time.
Program Coaching Youth Coaches To Help Players Avoid InjuriesCoaching the coaches. One national youth football program is going back to the basics when it comes to young players avoiding concussions.
Mikulski Upbeat On Naval Academy Cyber BuildingMaryland Sen. Barbara Mikulski says a Senate vote on $120 million for a new building for cybersecurity training at the U.S. Naval Academy could be three weeks away.
Stations Remember Baltimore County Firefighter Who Died During TrainingWe're learning more about the firefighter who collapsed and died during a Baltimore County training exercise. Robert Fogle also volunteered in Westminster.
Baltimore County Firefighter Dies After Collapsing During Training ExerciseA Baltimore County firefighter--close to retirement--collapses and dies during training. Now the department will launch an internal investigation into what happened.
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Emergency Responders Promise Constant Vigilance After Mall In Columbia Shooting Safety concerns continue to be a high priority at the Mall in Columbia. On Saturday, a training session took place that brought to mind the significance of effective emergency response.