In a meeting with The Sun Editorial Board, new Baltimore City Schools CEO Dr. Gregory Thornton discusses the system's expenses in the past for catered meetings and private drivers.
Amid complaints from some residents, Ocean City is considering putting restrictions on house rentals. (WJZ Video)
Singer Taylor Swift has a new song, distant from her country roots, that she says is about "takedown culture." Does 'Shake It Off' mock Cyrus, Harry Styles? (E!)
Four Texas high school football programs are trying out an experimental system designed to diagnose concussions on the field. The technology is in response to growing concern over head trauma in America's most watched sport. (AP)
Missouri Highway Patrol Captain Ron Johnson says Ferguson was more peaceful on Tuesday night because more people protested in the day, instead of at night. However, he says, some violence still marred the evening. (AP)
Two U.S. officials say they believe American journalist James Foley was the victim beheaded by Islamic State militants as shown in a grisly video released Tuesday. (AP)
It is going to start out cool today, but the day will start to get cloudy, menacing thunderstorms threatening to pop up during the evening drive, as temperatures hover in the mid 80s.
Officials said three Liberian health workers receiving an experimental drug to treat Ebola are showing signs of recovery. The three are being treated with the last known doses of ZMapp.
Center Stage in said Tuesday it will present the world premiere of "Marley," written and directed by company artistic director Kwame Kwei-Armah.
Ohio State's QB and Heisman candidate Braxton Miller is out for the season after re-injuring his shoulder.
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