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  • Maryland records 25 boating fatalities, most since 1992

    In the most deadly year for Maryland boaters since 1992, Kevin Gladhill knows how close he and his fishing buddies came to being statistics on a blustery day last February. "The probability of survival that day was between slim and none. We got slim,"...
  • Mass burial honors those who gave bodies to science, or who went unclaimed

    Mass burial honors those who gave bodies to science, or who went unclaimed
    Singe marks still scar the wall of the Canton grocery store where Stanislaw Ptak spent his final night outside. The homeless man died six months ago after he accidentally set himself on fire while lighting a cigarette. The rowhouse on Pitcher Street...
  • Body found south of Annapolis identified as missing boater

    A 25-year-old boater missing for a month was found Monday when his body washed ashore near Annapolis, according to police. At about 8 a.m., Maryland Natural Resources Police were called to the 2200 block of Chesapeake Harbor Drive, where they...
  • Body of Laurel man, 25, found a month after boat capsized in Chesapeake Bay

    The body of a Laurel man who went missing after a boating accident last month in the Chesapeake Bay has been recovered. Tyler Cordrey, 25, was found at about 8 a.m. on the shore in the 2200 block of Chesapeake Harbor Drive in Annapolis, according to Sgt....
  • Harford comes to a standstill, thanks to back-to-back snow storms

    From The Aegis of Jan. 29, 1987: Harford County got hit with back-to-back snow storms this week in 1987, when 20 inches of snow fell and left the county at a standstill. The first storm hit Jan. 22, a Thursday, dropping a foot of white stuff. "Battered...
  • Weather factors and the Titanic

    RMS Titanic hit an iceberg 100 years ago today and sank at 2:20 a.m. (West Greenland Time Zone) on April 15. It was a clear cold night. According to Weatherwise Magazine and media reports, many factors may have contributed to the disaster, including the...
  • CIA's harsh interrogation tactics more widespread than thought, Senate investigators found

    WASHINGTON The CIA's use of harsh interrogation techniques on foreign terror suspects a practice that has provoked international condemnation was more widespread than the agency has publicly acknowledged, Senate investigators have learned. Moreover,...
  • Washington mudslide death toll at 27; some victims still unidentified

    The confirmed death toll from the Washington landslide continues to rise, with officials confirming Tuesday morning that they have recovered the remains of at least 27 people. The latest tally from the Snohomish County medical examiner said officials...
  • Cold-weather camping presents its challenges (ice) and its advantages (you can bring a stove)

    IN THE BOUNDARY WATERS, Minn. Lying in my toasty sleeping bag, I waited for the crackling fire in the small wood stove to warm the frigid canvas tent. My three camping companions already had emerged from their bags on this bitter cold morning and fired...
  • Sheriff's deputy saves child ejected from kayak on Pyramid Lake

    Sheriff's deputy saves child ejected from kayak on Pyramid Lake
    A Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy rescued a child struggling in 50-degree water Sunday on Pyramid Lake after the kayak he was riding in capsized, authorities said. The deputy, part of the sheriff's parks bureau marine patrol, spotted the kayak...
  • Washington state mudslide rescuers share their stories

    DARRINGTON, Wash. — The stories rang with fear and frustration, pain and the occasional flicker of joy. But the storytellers Wednesday were not the survivors of the deadly mudslide that slammed into the Stillaguamish Valley. For the first time...
  • Spring storm expected in Northeast; blizzard warning in Cape Cod

    Northeasterners still shivering from the tail end of a brutal winter were expected to find early spring no less frigid Tuesday night and into Wednesday. From Connecticut to Maine, 12 to 20 inches of snow and winds up to 60 mph were forecast, the...