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  • April 27-28 tornado count up to 16; eight in Md.

     
    Survey teams from the National Weather Service continue to inspect wind damage across the region from last week's storms. Their conclusions have boosted the tally of tornadoes in Maryland and northern Virginia to 16. With four more added this week,......
  • Wrecked Cessnas linked to another April 27 twister

     
    Extensive damage to three small airplanes at an airfield in Prince George's County on April 27 has been linked to radar evidence of a tornado in the area. That has prompted the National Weather Service to add an 18th twister......
  • Warmer, more humid and showery week ahead

     
    Seems like everyone on the block raced to get their grass cut over the weekend, taking advantage of what now looks like a brief break in our rainy weather.The National Weather Service's 7-day forecast keeps thunderstorm chances on the boards......
  • Clouds, sprinkles, showers and storms are welcome

     
    They're calling it "unsettled" weather out in Sterling. It's a complex set of low-pressure systems in eastern Canada and the Great Lakes, and an approaching cold front, which is forecast to stall across the forecast area and return as a......
  • More than 11" of rain in Southern Maryland

     
    The first numbers are starting to come in for Hurricane Irene's impact on Maryland, and Southern Maryland seems to have been hit hardest on rainfall. BWI-Marshall Airport is reporting 4.6 inches of rain at 7 a.m. The heaviest rates were......
  • A month's rain in a week

     
    The slow-moving remnants of Tropical Storm Lee continued to unload on Maryland Wednesday morning, pushing rivers ands creeks toward flood stage, inundating many roadways and slowing the morning commute to a crawl. Barely a week into the new month and........
  • With loophole, many campaign donors remain anonymous

    A loophole in state campaign finance laws allowed contributors to Maryland candidates and political groups to pump $4.3 million into the 2010 election cycle while remaining anonymous — denying citizens a thorough look at the money that flows into...
  • O'Malley widens lead over Ehrlich

    Gov. Martin O'Malley has opened a 14-point lead over former Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. in their gubernatorial rematch, solidifying his Democratic base and winning over independents while his rival struggles to capitalize on the voter anger that is...
  • Most Baltimore area school systems closed Tuesday

    Baltimore City, Baltimore County and Harford County schools will be closed Tuesday as those systems postponed the start of the school year for a second day in a row because of power outages caused by Hurricane Irene. Anne Arundel, which opened schools...
  • Harford Christian comes out on top at Maryland Envirothon

    Out of 18 counties throughout the state, Harford Christian School representing Harford County came out on top during last week's 22nd Maryland Envirothon. The team's journey to their big win was full of obstacles and a few surprises this year — the...
  • Maryland groundwater dated to more than 2 million years old

    Maryland groundwater dated to more than 2 million years old
    Most people throw out a jug of milk after a week or so. The oldest bottle of wine, on the other hand, is the most savored. But what about water? Some of what comes out of faucets in Annapolis, Leonardtown or Easton, it turns out, is older than the...
  • Five added to death toll from heat

    State health officials confirmed five more heat-related deaths Monday as a cool-down ended one of the longest heat waves on record for the region. The heat killed a total of 18 people during a 12-day stretch of 90- and 100-degree heat, state health...