Baltimore viewers aren’t showing the Olympics any special love this winter. As of Saturday, an average of 12.1 percent of all TV households in the Baltimore market were tuning into the Olympics on WBAL.
Maryland First Lady Yumi Hogan shares some of her favorite Korean recipes in hopes of inspiring Americans to take note of Korean culture during the 2018 Winter Olympics, which are hosted in PyeongChang, South Korea.
Vice President Mike Pence's refusal to stand for the Unified Korean team's introduction at the Opening Ceremony was ironic and hypocritical after he left an NFL game in which players knelt during the national anthem.
Sun photographer Lloyd Fox writes about photographing U.S. Olympic Bobsledder Aja Evans during a early morning training session at Under Armour's facility in Baltimore. Evans is heading to the Pyeongchang, Korea Winter Games, which start Friday.
After a disastrous performance at the 2014 Winter Games, the U.S. speedskating team has doubled down on its partnership with Under Armour, its outfitter and sponsor whose speed suits were ditched by some of the skaters in Sochi.
Upcoming events in the neighborhoods of South Carroll include Family Winter Olympics at the Eldersburg branch of the Carroll County Public Library and the annual Valentine's Dance at the Winfield Fire Hall.
Thomas Hong, a University of Maryland freshman who lives in Laurel and graduated from Atholton High School, has turned a boyhood interest into a calling. Hong was picked to represent the United States at the International Skating Union Short Track World Cups in Montreal from Oct. 30 to Nov. 1 and in Toronto from Nov. 6-8.
As part of the USA Luge Junior National C team, which is just below the team that competes internationally, Columbia's Camille Johnson spent two weeks in February training on the Olympic track. She returned in June for offseason training, then she'll go to Canada during the holidays and to Park City after Christmas for races, which culminate with the Junior National Championships in March.