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Panelists Debate Whether Student-Athletes are Employees

Panelists Debate Whether Student-Athletes are Employees

The State of College Athletics, held Oct. 21, 2014 in Washington, D.C., raised the question of whether student-athletes should be paid and whether they are university employees. CNS-TV's Dennis Ting has the story.

Maryland’s Flying Fisherman – Kayak Crabbing, Taking Wing and Going Viral with Langston Majette

Maryland’s Flying Fisherman – Kayak Crabbing, Taking Wing and Going Viral with Langston Majette

Langston Majette is Maryland’s modern renaissance man. He’s a pilot, a fisherman, a great cook, and prolific YouTuber.

Two-year-old Girl May Be the Orioles Biggest Smallest Fan

Two-year-old Girl May Be the Orioles Biggest Smallest Fan

Two-year-old Baltimore area girl may well be the Orioles smallest biggest fan.

Graphic: Baltimore’s Road to the 2014 AL East Title

Graphic: Baltimore’s Road to the 2014 AL East Title

Baltimore regained first place in the division from Toronto on July 3 and did not look back, eventually winning the AL East by 12 games. See more.

Post-Season Baseball Brings Economic Growth, To An Extent

Post-Season Baseball Brings Economic Growth, To An Extent

For the bars, restaurants and shops immediately around Camden Yards, playoff baseball can mean more customers and more revenue.

Success of Challenges by MLB Managers During the 2014 Regular Season

Success of Challenges by MLB Managers During the 2014 Regular Season

This season marked the first time in Major League Baseball history that managers had the ability to challenge calls on the field.

Debate Over Baseline Testing Continues, Even As Use Spreads

Debate Over Baseline Testing Continues, Even As Use Spreads

Supporters say the tests can be valuable in determining when athletes who have had concussions should return to competition and school, but others wonder how worthwhile they are.

Molfese: Six Steps Could Improve Concussion Responses

Molfese: Six Steps Could Improve Concussion Responses

A professor at the University of Nebraska says more research into athletes' gear and better education of teachers, athletes and medical students are needed to improve responses to head injuries.

Concussion Numbers Dip for High School Sports in Howard Co.

Concussion Numbers Dip for High School Sports in Howard Co.

Howard County Public Schools saw a 19 percent drop last school year in reported sports-related concussions, after numbers steadily rose for several years.