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Longtime Ravens Executive VP Of Public And Community Relations Kevin Byrne To Retire In MayKevin Byrne, Executive Vice President of Public and Community Relations for the Baltimore Ravens, informed the organization that he plans to retire in May.
'It's Like A Modern Day Sparta, They Train These Kids Up To Be Fighters': Alzo Slade On Showtime's 'Vice' & Wrestling In RussiaThe VICE correspondent explains why Russia has become a hot bed for top flight wrestlers and mixed martial artists.
'This Year’s WrestleMania Most Important Of All-Time,' Says WWE Superstar Kofi KingstonWWE Superstar Kofi Kingston talks about competing in WrestleMania 36, which coronavirus forced to be pre-recorded without a live audience.
'There Simply May Not Be Enough Time' For NBA, NHL Seasons To Restart Amid Coronavirus Fears, Warns Sports EconomistWith the coronavirus pandemic continuing to worsen in the United States, the timeline may be disappearing for leagues looking to start back up again.
Coronavirus Update: The Stronach Group Cancels InfieldFest 2020, New Preakness Date Still UnknownThe owners of Pimlico Race Course announced the cancellation of one of the events surrounding the Preakness. The decision on the race is still unknown.
'Mental Health Is Huge... I Had To Experience It To Understand It': CoCo Vandeweghe On World Team Tennis All Star Event, Tennis CareerVandeweghe previews the World Team Tennis All Star event on CBS Saturday and how she overcame a bout with depression during the most successful year of her tennis career.

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Coronavirus Impacts: U.S. Census Being Disrupted By COVID-19 PandemicApril first was “Census Day,” a day to promote participation in the 2020 census. But the U.S. census count is being disrupted by the COVID-19 crisis.
'We Are All In This Together': Hogan Urges Unity, Obeying Stay-At-Home Order Amid Coronavirus PandemicGov. Larry Hogan is urging Marylanders to follow the state's coronavirus-related stay-at-home order as he predicts the state and the region are the next to be hit hard by the pandemic.
Coronavirus Closings: All Eligible Voters Will Get Absentee Ballot For June Primary; Limited In-Person Voting AvailableThe board released more information Thursday about how it plans to move forward with the election despite the coronavirus pandemic, which already led officials to push it back from its original date of April 28.
Coronavirus Response: Maryland, Surrounding States Have Only Gotten A Fraction Of Requested Medical Supplies, Oversight Committee SaysMaryland and surrounding states have only received a small percentage of the medical supplies they've requested from the Federal Emergency Management Agency amid the coronavirus pandemic, the House Oversight Committee said Thursday.
Coronavirus Latest: Md. Senate President Bill Ferguson, House Speaker Adrienne Jones Oppose Moving June Election To Mail-In OnlyThe leaders of both chambers of the Maryland General Assembly oppose a plan from Gov. Larry Hogan that would change the June 2 primary election to mail-in votes only due to the coronavirus.
Coronavirus Impact: More Than $48M In Federal Funding Allotted For Maryland Communities Dealing With Economic Impacts Of COVID-19The Maryland Congressional Delegation announced more than $48 million in federal funding to support communities affected by the coronavirus pandemic.