Good afternoon, Baltimore: Monday lunchtime lowdown


Tornado outbreak wasn't unusual for Maryland: How did Friday's storms compare to history? The 9 confirmed tornadoes weren't record-setting.


Police investigate two early morning shootings: Two men were found shot, one near Central Park Heights and another in the Shipley Hill neighborhood.

City Council president to unveil spending planPlan said to prevent fire company and recreation center closings, double funding for youth summer jobs and after-school programs and lessen the cost of planned cuts to health benefits for employees and retirees.

Top Maryland home sale in April: $3.5 million: It was a stone estate house on nearly 30 acres on Greenspring Avenue in Stevenson.

Maryland woman finishes second in Miss USA pageantMiss Maryland USA Nana Meriwether, a 27-year-old from Potomac, finished second to Rhode Island's Olivia Culpo at the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas.


  • Baltimore Circuit Court employees have scheduled a protest concerning poor working conditions in the aged downtown buildings.
  • Coverage of City Council President Bernard "Jack" Young's budget plan, including how he plans to pay for proposed changes to the budget.
  • A look at how local investors have fared since Facebook's initial public stock offering.
  • Coverage of the Major League Baseball draft, in which the Orioles have the fourth overall pick.
  • Ravens star Terrell Suggs speaks about his recovery from Achilles tendon surgery.