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The Baltimore Sun Baltimore Sun reporters Jeff Barker and Don Markus and editor Matt Bracken weigh in on the three biggest topics of the past week in Maryland sports. What is the central issue in the legal skirmishes between Maryland and the Atlantic
Truck Hit Caused Washington State Bridge Collapse, Police Say Fox 40 Friday 24th May, 2013 Older bridge collapses into Washington state's Skagit River. Three people were rescued from two cars that plunged into the waters. (CNN) Dan Sligh could see it
Mark Yuasa covers fishing and outdoors in the Pacific Northwest...The Lower sections of the Green and South Fork Toutle rivers in Cowlitz County will be open Saturday (May 25) through May 31. The specific stretches open are the Green River from the
On his website he is releasing some of the team previews as he counts down his Top 40.
The 16-year-old accused of leaving a device similar to a pipe bomb at Lafayette's Centaurus High School last week was formally charged in Boulder County Court on Friday morning and will be prosecuted as an adult, as prosecutors say evidence showed he
Mich. (AP) Investigators say the number of tips is dwindling in the kidnapping and slaying of a 5-year-old Michigan girl who disappeared four years ago and was found buried near a Michigan river. Detective Joseph Hammond of the Monroe County, Mich.,
A DeRidder junior center Tia Youngblood has been selected to play with Team USA in the 2013 Las Vegas World Championship Cup. DeRidder junior center Tia Youngblood has been selected to play with Team USA in the 2013 Las Vegas World Championship Cup.
The National Weather Service says cool, showery weather will continue into the holiday weekend in Washington with a chance that Monday will be drier. Forecasters expect high temperatures in the 50s and 60s with isolated showers turning partly cloudy.
As you watch the horrific aftermath of the tornado in Oklahoma play out on television and reach into your wallet to make a donation, do you know where that money is actually going? The Red Cross often leads the charge after natural disasters, like
The near-record wet April that kept farmers out of their fields, and continuing rains in May, also brought problems at Kankakee River State Park and no doubt other state facilities. Heavy rains washed out three miles of bike paths at the park,