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Maryland WeatherWith the possibility of snow tonight, the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene is warning people to be prepared for winter weather. Hypothermia contributed to 4 deaths in Maryland this fall, the department said, including 2 seniors (Montgomery...
Maryland WeatherThis week's unusually cold weather has contributed to the death of an elderly Anne Arundel County resident, according to state health officials. The death was the third this fall attributed in part to hypothermia. All were 65 or older and......
Maryland WeatherBWI-Marshall Airport could see its first measurable snow of the season - barely an inch - Thursday as a weak low-pressure system begins to move out of the southern Plains states and heads our way. There's a chance for a......
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Maryland WeatherThe predictions are pretty skimpy - an inch or less in most places across Central Maryland Friday morning. What's got the forecasters' attention this morning is the timing. The dusting is due to start after 4 a.m., making it something......
The first domesticated lamb turned over coals in Mesopotamia, literally the land "between rivers," some 10,000 years or so ago. But the lamb I'll be roasting in my backyard on this Orthodox Easter Sunday — also on a spit, over coals — is one...
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My Pet WorldThe weather can be frightful this time of year, even if parts of the country have enjoyed an unusually warm winter so far. Here are some tips to keep your pets safe in the cold and snow: If it's cold enough outside, dogs and cats can get frostbite....
Survivors of Superstorm Sandy struggled Thursday to balance their need for normalcy with the emotionally devastating weight of tragedy. Many woke up and joined countless others who went to work, beset by thoughts of the dead and missing two days after...
With the high winds and threat of floods to the region from superstorm Hurricane Sandy, sportsmen are wise to stay off the water until better days and the waters recede. But when they finally do get back on the water, everyone in small boats, kayaks...
Build a seven-mile trail over the steepest terrain possible, create 20 physical challenges and just add water. That's the recipe behind Seven Springs' Mud on the Mountain competition held Saturday on the ski slopes. It's called Mud on the Mountain as a...
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Her lips were blue. Her teeth were chattering. Her legs had become dysfunctional logs that could barely walk, much less run. For four hours on a sunless Arizona day in January, with 30-degree windchill over 121/2 miles of steep trails, 28-year-old Keri...
Not unlike the perceived challenge of living through a nuclear holocaust during the Cold War of the 1950s and '60s, learning to swim in a relatively rural area with two parents who were not strong swimmers was quite complicated for me. I had imperfect...
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The Indiana Department of Health is investigating a Franklin assisted living facility after an 85-year-old woman left the center on her own and died from hypothermia. According to the Johnson County coroner, 85-year-old Virginia Clayton walked out of...
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