LeBron James is going back to the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Traveling entertainer Tim Lepard brought his sheep-herding Capuchin monkeys, who ride Border Collies in small saddles and cowboy costumes to perform for the crowd at an Aberdeen IronBirds game Thursday. (Jon Sham/Baltimore Sun Video)
Nordstrom Tower has faced controversy because it might cast a huge shadow on Central Park. It will be the world's tallest residential building. (WPIX)
The world's tallest waterslide is scheduled to open in Kansas City, Kansas. The Verruckt, which is German for 'insane,' sends rafters plunging down 17 stories. (AP)
A group of immigrants was detained along the Rio Grande in South Texas on Thursday as congress discussed the immigration crisis. Outlines of a possible congressional compromise to address the crisis are emerging. (July 11)
WJZ veteran anchor signs off after decades at the Baltimore television station.
A beautiful drive as this Friday morning's weather is what Friday morning weather should be all about. Possible thunderstorms during the afternoon commute.
The Cavaliers have created salary cap space to make sure they have enough to offer superstar free agent LeBron James a maximum contract. A person familiar with the deals says the Cavs have agreed a three-team deal. (AP)
A dive-bombing bird is harassing runners and walkers in downtown Des Moines.
Dozens of children, several adults sickened by pool chemicals at Anne Arundel YMCA camp. (WJZ Video)
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