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Maryland baseball reflects on the short season it had, while bracing for the future "And called us all into the meeting room and he said that he didn't really have a lot of information, but he just knew the Big Ten was canceling the rest of the season." For Maryland - a team that had its best start to a season since 2015 at 10-5 - the panic over the spread of the coronavirus finished off what could've been a year to remember.

TT Court Vision: A look at Eric Ayala’s sophomore campaign for the Terps We take to the flim room to examine the top plays from the guard during the 2019-20 season.

MM 3.30: Discussion board — Day 18 without sports Testudo Times has carried on the tradition of Maryland Minute every day Monday through Friday, always headlined by a news topic from the day prior. We want to uphold the standard, but we are in unprecedented times with no active Maryland or pro sports, due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

Veteran Spotlight: Gary Collins WMAR-2 News is committed to improving the lives of Veterans in Maryland by giving light to their stories, struggles and triumphs. Every week a local veteran will be featured in our Veteran Spotlight contest.

Today's Forecast: March 30, 2020 - 47abc Today will be mostly sunny, breezy and mild, in the mid to upper 60s. Skies will be partly cloudy for tonight, as lows drop into the low to mid 40s. Tuesday will consist of increasing clouds and spotty afternoon showers, while highs reach the low to mid 50s.

Remembering Maurice Berger, a Tirelessly Critical Voice in the Arts - BmoreArt We had been Facebook friends for a couple of years, and before that, I studied his canonical article, "Are Art Museums Racist?" for an independent study on Black Art and Religion at Texas Christian University.

Santa Anita is forced to shut down racing Because of the coronavirus pandemic, Santa Anita Park was forced by local health officials to suspend racing immediately and indefinitely just before post time Friday.

Trump Approves ‘Major Disaster Declaration’ for DC President Donald Trump approved a "major disaster declaration" for Washington, D.C., on Sunday, freeing up federal funds as the city's coronavirus cases continue to rise.

Experts weigh in on Juwan Howard’s first season at the helm Head coach Juwan Howard had a quick ending to his first season in Ann Arbor as the Michigan Wolverines were taken off the court just moments before the beginning of the Big Ten Tournament.

Michigan Football offers intruiging 3-star pass rusher Patrick Hisatake Michigan football has been making a push from some lower-rated three-star prospects and that continued with an offer to pass rusher Patrick Hisatake. When…

This date in tournament history: Juan Dixon drops 33 to carry Terps over Kansas and into the national championship Juan Dixon helped carry the Terps to their first national championship in program history.

Tech Companies Are Tracking Us More Than Ever—and It’s Time to Stop It One writer on the dangers of tech companies tracking people through personal technology.

Three Maryland football products picked in latest NFL mock draft Three Maryland football products were listed in CBSSports' newest NFL Mock Draft by Jason Edwards. Running backs Anthony McFarland and Javon Leake and safety Antoine Brooks all made the cut, with McFarland going first of the trio, to to the Miami Dolphins with the seventh pick of the fifth round.

Drive-Thru Baby Shower Held For Soon-To-Be Maryland Mom Amid Coronavirus Pandemic The coronavirus is no match for moms who want to celebrate big moments and special events for their kids.

Coronavirus Latest: Clifton T. Perkins Hospital Center Reports Several Positive COVID-19 Cases Multiple people are being treated for COVID-19 at the Clifton T. Perkins Hospital Center in Jessup, according to Howard County Health Department officials.

Coronavirus Latest: Oak Crest Senior Living Community Resident Tests Positive For COVID-19 According to Oak Crest Senior Living Community, one resident has tested positive for coronavirus, but there have been no other reported cases at this time.

Maryland man arrested for breaking coronavirus order, hosting bonfire party Shawn Marshall Myers, 41, was busted after refusing multiple orders to disperse the crowd of 60 people at his Hughesville home, according to the Charles County Sheriff's Office. Myers was charged with failure to comply with an emergency order implemented by Gov.

Woman Shot And Killed In East Baltimore Shooting, Police Say Police are investigating after a woman was shot and killed Sunday evening in east Baltimore.

Coronavirus Latest: Delaware Gov. John Carney Orders Out-Of-State Travelers To Self-Quarantine For 14 Days John Carney announced Sunday that any out-of-state traveler who enters into Delaware must immediately self-quarantine for 14 days in an effort to fight the spread of COVID-19.

How Donald Trump Could Steal the Election During the controversy over Florida's presidential vote in 2000, the Supreme Court's conservative justices argued that because Florida could not manually recount its ballots before that election's safe-harbor date, December 12, 2000, trying to do so would risk disenfranchising all Florida voters.

Judges ordering release of high health risk illegals from ICE custody Federal judges have begun to order release of high health risk illegal immigrants from ICE custody amid the coronavirus crisis, saying the agency is showing "callous disregard" by keeping them in group facilities where they are at risk of infection.

Redskins reportedly ink Ronald Darby to 1-year deal - WTOP According to ESPN, the Redskins have signed cornerback Ronald Darby to a one-year, $4 million deal that brings the Potomac High School graduate back home.

FEMA Approves Major Disaster Declaration For Connecticut As Number Of COVID-19 Cases Nears 2,000 This story has been updated. The Federal Emergency Management Agency has approved Connecticut's request for a major disaster declaration, unlocking crucial federal funding as officials respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, Gov. Ned Lamont announced Sunday.

As virus makes goodbyes hard, fears of many more rise in US NEW YORK - The coronavirus outbreak could kill 100,000 to 200,000 Americans, the U.S. government's top infectious-disease expert warned on Sunday as family members described wrenching farewells through hospital windows with dying loved ones. Faced with that grim projection and the possibility even more could die in the U.S.

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