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Isaias, a storm on a path to sweep up the length of East Coast, weakened to a tropical storm as it continued its march to the Florida coast Saturday but is expected to strengthen before it makes landfall. The storm is forecast to reach Maryland by Tuesday — potentially bringing heavy rainfall.

Behind strong pitching from Tommy Milone and a 12-hit attack, the Orioles complete a three-game sweep of the Tampa Bay Rays with a 5-1 victory at Camden Yards. It's the Orioles' first sweep in nearly two years.

Maryland has confirmed 909 new cases of the coronavirus and 7 more deaths, bringing the total number of cases to 90,274 as of Aug. 2.

A pregnant woman shot inside a home in Columbia has died, according to Howard County Police. Her baby was delivered but is in critical condition.

Leon Fleisher, internationally famous concert pianist and Peabody Institute instructor, has died at 92.

Montgomery County’s top health official has barred private schools from reopening this fall as many had planned, making the county the first in the state to issue such an edict and attracting the ire of Gov. Larry Hogan.

The Ravens have placed Matt Skura on the active physically-unable-to-perform list, the team announced Sunday, delaying the center’s return to the field. Coach John Harbaugh said Tuesday that he was “optimistic” about Skura’s chances of returning to camp.

Your children have had to adapt in the age of coronavirus by learning how to social distance and remotely celebrating events like birthdays and graduations. Now, they’ll have to adjust to something new: how to go back to school. Across the nation, schools are reopening this fall. Much like gyms, offices and restaurants, schools will have to reimagine how they look and function to best protect students, teachers and other staff from spreading or contracting coronavirus. If you plan to send your child back to the classroom, you might be wondering what steps you can take to help keep your kids safe from COVID-19. We spoke with Dr. Bridget Boyd, an associate professor at Loyola University Medical Center who specializes in general pediatrics, to determine the best practices to keep your kids healthy as schools reopen.

Dr. Deborah Birx, speaking on CNN’s “State of the Union” Sunday morning, said “What we are seeing today is different from March and April. It is extraordinarily widespread.”

Four men were shot in the span of two hours in Baltimore Saturday night and Sunday morning, police said.

The Department of Recreation and Parks is investigating a park ranger after murals supporting the Black Lives Matter movement were removed from Patterson Park.

Allison Engel drew on her sense of humor and the relaxed charm she’s perfected during three decades of teaching. She made it all seem like a game, and she cajoled her pupils into playing with her.

When Vic Svec took a DNA test, the results filled in the blanks of a Baltimore mystery about an abandoned baby that made the front page of The Evening Sun in 1934.

A five-year veteran of Anne Arundel County police was arrested and has been suspended without pay after the department believes he may have stolen firearms and other items from a Pasadena residence when responding to an unattended death.

The vote to renominate President Donald Trump is set to be conducted in private later this month, without members of the press present, a spokeswoman for the Republican National Convention said.

The Marine Corps says eight troops aboard a landing craft that sank off the Southern California coast during a training exercise are presumed dead.

Daylon Mack’s release marks the latest setback for a Ravens franchise that has struggled to draft and develop impact defensive linemen.

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