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  • State roads described as 'beyond treacherous'

    State roads described as 'beyond treacherous'
    The snow has been coming down hard for a few hours, and coupled with 40-plus mile an hour winds, area roads are "beyond treacherous," according to the State Highway Administration. There are some vehicles moving on major highways, but in many cases,...
  • Updates on new snowstorm in region

    Updates on new snowstorm in region
    Southwest, Airtran cancel many Thursday flights Updated 6:13 p.m.: Southwest Airlines will cancel the majority of its flights at Baltimore Washington Thurgood Marshall International Airport for a second day, according to a BWI spokesperson. The...
  • Students walk out of UC San Diego teach-in

    Students walk out of UC San Diego teach-in
    A student walkout Wednesday disrupted a UC San Diego teach-in that was intended to promote tolerance in the wake of two recent racially charged incidents. Many of those involved said the protest showed how difficult it will be for the beachside campus...
  • Complex storm may complicate area's winter even further

    The winter storm headed for the Northeast early today could bring the city 3 to 7 more inches of snow, capping a winter in which a few more inches hardly seems to matter anymore. But this one will be different from the earlier storms - in fact, it's...
  • Site near BWI offered for slots

    A company that is planning a mixed-use development near Baltimore- Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport has floated the location as a possible venue for a slots casino if a nearby site at Arundel Mills mall falls through. Linthicum Heights-...
  • Obrycki's to close its Fells Point doors next year

    Obrycki's to close its Fells Point doors next year
    Longtime crab house Obrycki's will close its Pratt Street doors next year, ending a six-decade run of serving seafood to tourists and Baltimoreans. Obrycki's will open again in March. But when the crab season concludes in November, the family's Fells...
  • Relief? Eventually, but not yet

     
    Dang, that was hot. The temperature at BWI at Baltimore-Washington International (breathe here) Thurgood Marshall Airport climbed to 95 degrees yesterday afternoon. That was only a degree shy of the record for the date - 96 degrees set back in......
  • Obama gets his own cognac

     
    by Frank James Hennessy Cognac as a brand was revived by African-American rap stars who sang its praises in songs like Tupac Shakur's "Hennessey." A sample: "They wanna know who's my role model, It's in the brown bottle. You......
  • Obama spurs security...and fashion

     
    Snapshots from the run-up to the inauguration. There's only a trickle of passenger traffic at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport on the eve of the Martin Luther King Day holiday. But a knot of people fills the waiting area near Gate B10. As Southwes....
  • Wet, dreary and most welcome

     
    Back in the saddle after a week off, during which I managed to catch a vacation cold, which I converted into an extra day off. But the good news is that despite the dreary skies - or rather because of them......
  • Wettest April since 1983 recharges water table

     
    The abundant rain that began falling on March 28 (the day The Sun ran my story on the state's deepening drought) is beginning to have an impact on groundwater supplies across the state, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.USGS hydrologist......