City issued speed camera ticket to motionless car: The Baltimore City speed camera ticket alleged that the four-door Mazda wagon was going 38 miles per hour in a 25-mph zone. But the Mazda wasn't speeding - it wasn't even moving. Yet city officials gave no explanation for how the camera issued a citation to the car's owner.
Sparrows Point's cold mill to be used for spare parts: An out-of-state steelmaker has bought the most valuable piece of the Sparrows Point plant to use as spare parts, a move that could kill the last hopes that the steel mill might be purchased by an operator and reopened.
Towson residents fight plan to replace park with fire station: Neighbors of Towson Manor Park are ready to fight a proposal that would replace an aging fire station on York Road with a new one located at the park site.
One dead after Annapolis double shooting: One person was killed and another critically injured in a double shooting inside a residence in Annapolis on Wednesday night, according to police.
No progress in 'fiscal cliff' talks as new poll hits GOP: Sharp differences remained on Wednesday between congressional Republicans and the White House in talks to avert the "fiscal cliff" of steep tax hikes and budget cuts. Negotiators warned the showdown could drag on past Christmas.
RAVENS: Quarterback Joe Flacco was "definitely stunned" by Cam Cameron's firing after he received the news early Monday morning.
Kevin Cowherd: The Ravens seemed determined on Wednesday to show that all was still right in their world. Of course, there was plenty of evidence to suggest it wasn't.
TERPS: Playing against an overmatched Monmouth team, the Terps committed a season-high 23 turnovers but elevated their play in the second half to secure a victory, 71-38.
TV: Bruce Springsteen, Jon Bon Jovi and the Rolling Stones joined with actors and comedians in headlining a benefit concert on Wednesday for victims of Superstorm Sandy, which six weeks ago devastated scores of communities along the U.S. northeast coastline.