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3 women shot in East Baltimore late Saturday night

BALTIMORE (WBFF) — Baltimore City Police are investigating a shooting that happened in East Baltimore. Saturday night before midnight, officers found three women in the 2600 block of Mura Street ranging in age from 39 to 60- years-old suffering from wounds to their extremities. All three victims were transported...
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Ravens’ linebacker unit ranks in bottom half of the league

The Baltimore Ravens have one of the best secondary units in the NFL, but unfortunately, their other defensive corps don’t get as high a ranking. The Ravens’ linebacker corps, in particular, has failed to make significant strides forward as Patrick Queen and Malik Harrison haven’t yet lived up to their potential.

Hazmat crews are working to control a chlorine leak in Owings Mills

BALTIMORE COUNTY (WBFF) — Baltimore County Fire Crews are investigating a liquid chlorine spill at the Hampton Inn in Owings Mills. Baltimore County Hazmat and the Maryland Department of Environment Hazmat are working to stop the leak. Lt. Travis Francis with the Baltimore County Fire Department said there was...
CBS Sports

MLB Prospect Watch: Checking in with five 2021 first-round picks, including Jack Leiter's erratic start

The Baltimore Orioles will kick off this year's Major League Baseball draft on Sunday, July 17 (or, in two weeks' time) by making the first overall selection for the third time in franchise history. In the interim, CBS Sports is in full preview mode: you can find our top-30 rankings and our latest mock draft by clicking the respective hyperlinks.

Billy Strings Debuts ‘Streets Of Baltimore’ Cover In Baltimore

Billy Strings continued a long-standing trend of performing geographically-appropriate songs by debuting a cover of Bobby Bare’s “The Streets Of Baltimore” on Saturday in Baltimore. Strings’ latest addition to his ever-growing live repertoire came in the middle of his second set at Pier Six Pavilion. The...

Orioles vs. Twins prediction and odds for Sun., 7/3: Regression could be coming for Smeltzer and Wells

Orioles +1.5 (-135) 9.0 (Over +100 / Under -120) Baltimore has been much improved in the last month of baseball and a big reason why is the success of Tyler Wells. The Orioles have won his last six starts and he is 5-0 across that stretch. Wells comes into his 16th start with a 3.23 ERA. There is some concern that he will fall back down to earth because of a 2.69 K/BB ratio. That does not seem bad but when compared to his 5.42 of a year ago, it could be a red flag.

After two years of virtual revelry, Cherry Hill Arts & Music Festival on July 4 highlights Baltimore talent in person

The Cherry Hill Arts & Music Waterfront Festival is all about homegrown talent, co-founder Fanon Hill will tell you. Years ago, the other co-founder, community organizer Shirley Foulks, was working in the Cherry Hill Homes when a middle schooler named Marquis Gasque approached her and told her about his passion for making hip-hop beats. Wanting to support him, Foulks raised money to purchase a ...

Autopsy reveals cause of death for Ravens' linebacker Jaylon Ferguson

An autopsy revealed Baltimore Ravens linebacker Jaylon Ferguson died from the combined effects of fentanyl and cocaine. Bruce Goldfarb, a spokesman for the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, told 11 News the manner of death has been ruled an accident. Police said officers were called on June 21 to...

One person escaped from a Townhouse fire in Catonsville

BALTIMORE COUNTY (WBFF) — Baltimore County Fire is working to put out a fire in Catonsville. Crews arrived in the 100 block of of Nunnery Lane to a Townhouse with heavy smoke conditions. Officials say one person escaped the fire with unknown conditions. The fire was extinguished. Stay with...
San Luis Obispo Tribune

Ravens Expect Michael Pierce to Be Impact Player Despite Recent Absence

OWINGS MILLS, Md. — Ravens defensive tackle Michael Pierce was MIA at the recent minicamps because of a "personal issue." Even though his absence raised questions about his status with the team, coach John Harbaugh dismissed those concerns. “He’s healthy, he’s good; it’s just a personal matter with his...

Wells' Seattle outing conjures visions of Means' no-no

This story was excerpted from Zachary Silver’s Orioles Beat newsletter. To read the full newsletter, click here. And subscribe to get it regularly in your inbox. A funny yet unnerving and familiar feeling washed over Orioles manager Brandon Hyde as Tyler Wells pitched deeper and deeper into his start Monday in Seattle. Wells was through four perfect innings, a modest accomplishment, but doing so effortlessly -- setting down Mariners with weak contact for quick innings, harkening back to memories of a year ago.
Camden Chat

Sunday Bird Droppings: Where Minnesota is Jorge Lopez’s nightmare fuel

Good morning, Camden Chatters. Happy Fourth of July weekend, everyone. I can only hope yours is going better than Jorge Lopez’s. The previously unhittable Orioles right-hander, who’s been getting major All-Star buzz for his breakout season as a first-year closer, is having a series to forget in Minnesota.