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  • Notre Dame: 'No one acted in disregard for safety' in Declan Sullivan death

    Notre Dame: 'No one acted in disregard for safety' in Declan Sullivan death
    The University of Notre Dame football program relied upon outdated weather information and did not check wind advisories on the day that a hydraulic lift toppled and killed team videographer Declan Sullivan, according to an internal report released...
  • It only seems it's rained every day in April

    Feel like it's rained almost every day this month? You're right. A measurable amount of rain has fallen 16 of the 27 days this month. That means this April has had more rainy days than any Chicago April since 1961, which logged 17. Trace amounts of...
  • Powerful start to the IZOD Indycar season

    Powerful start to the IZOD Indycar season
    Takuma Sato came up 10 minutes short of potentially claiming his first IZOD IndyCar Series victory. Will Power said "obrigado." Power, the pole sitter and re-start leader of the rain-postponed Itaipava São Paulo Indy 300 presented by Nestle, came into...
  • June 6 - 10

    Kevin Eubanks - Steve Greenberg - Chicago The Musical - Mike Love - Maggie Speaks - Beauty Tips Tuesday, June 7 Kevin Eubanks To purchase a copy of the cd: Zen Food Wednesday, June 8 Steve Greenberg www.gadgetnation.net Energizer Triple...
  • Here it Comes: Dangerous Storm Marches Up Coast

    A band of frigid weather snaking its way up the East Coast on Sunday threatened to bring blizzards and a foot of snow to New York City and New England, while several states to the South made emergency declarations as the storm caused crashes on slick...
  • Snowstorm Coats East, Frustrating Holiday Travel

    Snowstorm Coats East, Frustrating Holiday Travel
    A winter storm made travel torturous in the Northeast on Sunday, dropping a thick layer of snow that stranded thousands of airline, train and bus passengers and made motorists think twice about hitting after-Christmas sales. More than a foot of snow...
  • Blizzard Closes Airports, Travelers Stranded

    Three of the nation's busiest airports all but shut down, more than 1,400 flights were canceled and the nation's largest commuter rail system suspended services Sunday as a blizzard churned across New York City and Long Island. Officials throughout the...
  • Garrett, Allegany due up to 12 to 18 inches of snow

     
    While we marveled at a few flurries and flakes here in the Tidewater Sunday, our fellow Marylanders out in Garrett and western Allegany counties were under a Winter Storm Warning. The National Weather Service says they can expect as much......
  • How would YOU change the weather page?

     
    Unless you believe in the meteorological power of prayer, you can't change the weather. But maybe you can change the weather page.The Baltimore Sun is preparing for a major overhaul of its PRINT weather page. Having weathered a period of......
  • First measurable snow may come Thursday

     
    BWI-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......
  • 1 to 3 inches due, with rush hour headaches

     
    It sure isn't a lot of snow, certainly not by last winter's standards. But the first measurable snowfall of the season is getting off to a quick start and seems poised to mess up a perfectly nice evening rush hour......