Mention his name around the track or the barn and you're sure to bring a smile to the face of anyone who knows him, has ever met him or even just has heard of him. A racing institution in Maryland if there ever was one. Hear WBAL's Scott Wykoff's feature and see video and photos.
Howard County Executive Ken Ulman again leads healthy initiatives in Maryland by issuing the first Executive Order in the state requiring compliance with strong, evidence-based standards to guide the county's procurement and distribution of sugar sweetened beverages.
In Part Four of "Beyond The Scrubs', some of the Carson Scholars talk about their lives, and how world-renowned pediatric neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson has changed their perspective on education and giving back to the community.
The training team that stood this town and the Thoroughbred racing world on its head a year ago is back in Baltimore. Thanks to Goldencents, Team O’Neill has a return engagement in the Preakness. Check out WBAL's Scott Wykoff's blog.
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra is now presenting its 37th Annual Symphony Decorators Show House at Legend Hill. This year’s show house may be rewarding for many Marylanders since it allows them to walk through the former home of a quarterback legend.
Affectionately known as simply "The Wizard" to scores of University of Maryland basketball fans, this weekend Walt Williams will trade-in his basketball shorts and sneakers for spandex shorts and a helmet to ride a custom bike in the Catoctin Challenge Charity Bike Ride.