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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.

It was a late April spring day like no other for Ravens fans as the Super Bowl Champion Ravens held their Spring Football Festival at M Bank Stadium. Hear WBAL's Scott Wykoff's reports and see photos from the big event.

A legendary Maryland Thoroughbred breeding farm is abuzz with excitement on the eve of the first jewel of racing's Triple Crown, the Kentucky Derby. Listen to WBAL's Scott Wykoff's feature and see video and photos.

Jonathan Ogden becomes the first-ever Ravens player to be enshrined into the Pro Football Hall of Fame as thousands of Ravens fans will be on-hand in Canton, Ohio, to witness JO's ascension to football immortality. See video and photos and hear audio as WBAL's Scott Wykoff reports from Canton.

WBAL Radio received video from the mounted surveillance cameras from Mike Tobias, who is the owner of Eastern Truck and Trailer, a trucking company located along the railroad tracks where the crash occurred Tuesday. He talked to WBAL Radio about happened that day.

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.

Forty years ago this weekend, Baltimore City Police Officer Norman "Fred" Buchman was killed in the line of duty. His sister tells WBAL News that the pain of that day is still fresh, 40 years later.

Jim and Jane Henson met at a puppetry class in the mid-1950s at the University of Maryland.

Howard County Executive Ken Ulman has unveiled a new anti-bullying program. The program features a technology-driven reporting tool that allows parents and children to file anonymous incident reports about bullying.

WBAL's Ron Smith, who hosted his talk show on the station for 27 years until his death in 2011, will be inducted into the Maryland DC Delaware Broadcasters Association Hall of Fame.