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  • Back-to-back storms lash central Maryland with heavy rainfall

    Back-to-back storms lash central Maryland with heavy rainfall
    Back-to-back thunderstorms dumped a torrent of rain on Baltimore City and surrounding counties Thursday evening, causing widespread flooding of city streets and some buildings and grounding dozens of flights at Baltimore-Washington International...
  • Thanksgiving airfare bargain hunters must look even earlier this year

    Thanksgiving airfare bargain hunters must look even earlier this year
    With Labor Day still a few weeks away, the time to make Thanksgiving travel plans seems as far off as the Curiosity rover. This year, however, if you snooze, you lose. Airfares are climbing with no leveling-off in sight. The cheapest fares likely are...
  • Tally of 90-degree days tops annual norm

    Tally of 90-degree days tops annual norm
    Baltimore surpassed its annual total of 90-degree days last week but is still equal to or behind tallies of hot days for the past two years. Twenty-one days in July have reached 90 degrees or above at BWI Marshall Airport so far this year. That makes...
  • BWI has busiest June in history, 2nd-busiest month ever

    A total of 2.18 million commercial passengers used Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport in June, an increase of 2.9 percent over June 2011, the state announced Monday. Last month's traffic set a new mark for June, and it was second...
  • Report: BGE struggled to gather storm crews after derecho

    Report: BGE struggled to gather storm crews after derecho
    Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. struggled to muster the out-of-state crews from partner utilities needed to restore hundreds of thousands of power outages in the days after a deadly derecho struck June 29, the company said in a report to state energy...
  • Md. transportation authority police void at top enters year two

    Anne Arundel County police filled their void at the police chief position after just a few weeks. Baltimore should name the successor to Frederick H. Bealefeld within the new few weeks, if not days.  But for the Maryland Transportation Authority Police...
  • July temperatures fifth-hottest on record in Baltimore

    July temperatures fifth-hottest on record in Baltimore
    July 2012 brought a slight cool-down relative to the past two years, but that doesn't mean it was cool -- it was the fifth warmest month of July on record in Baltimore since 1871. The average temperature was 81.4 degrees last month, a few tenths of a...
  • BWI begins offering free Wi-Fi for travelers

    BWI begins offering free Wi-Fi for travelers
    Free Wi-Fi access at U.S. airports appears to be spreading like firewire and Baltimore has finally caught it. Today, BWI-Thurgood Marshall Airport announced that free, basic wireless Internet access is now available for travelers in addition to a paid,...
  • Drought area shrinks slightly across nation, but worsens in Md.

    Drought area shrinks slightly across nation, but worsens in Md.
    The area of drought covering nearly two-thirds of the country shrunk only slightly as drought intensified in the Midwest and Great Plains, according to the latest weekly update from the U.S. Drought Monitor. Conditions meanwhile worsened in parts of...
  • Meteorologists eyeing chance for severe storms Friday

    Meteorologists eyeing chance for severe storms Friday
    Storms packing strong winds swept through parts of Baltimore and across the mid-Atlantic Sunday evening, and meteorologists are eyeing another chance for dangerous weather coming to the region Friday. The National Weather Service's Storm Prediction...
  • Eastern Shore under drought warning

    Eastern Shore under drought warning
    Maryland environmental officials have placed the Eastern Shore under a drought warning, encouraging water systems, residents and businesses to restrict water use. The warning is based on rainfall levels slipping to 70 percent of normal and well levels...