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September 14, 2018

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Five Things We Learned from the Ravens' 34-23 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals

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From Joe Flacco's struggles with pressure to the Ravens' confusion in the absence of C.J. Mosley, here are five things we learned from a 34-23 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals.

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Southwest Airlines transformed BWI as it grew into a national carrier

Twenty-five years after its debut at BWI Airport, Southwest — now the largest single carrier in the U.S. — offers more than 240 departures per day from Baltimore to 64 other cities. It now accounts for roughly 70 percent of the passenger volume through the airport.

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Hurricane Florence down to Category 1 but up to no good

“I would not read too much into the categories,” said Howard Silverman, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service, said of Hurricane Florence's downgrade.

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Doomed from the start in road opener, Ravens fall behind by 21 points, lose to Bengals, 34-23

The Ravens are unable to climb out of 21-0 and 28-7 holes in their road opener in losing to the Cincinnati Bengals, 34-23.

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Mike Preston's report card after the Ravens' 34-23 loss to the Bengals

Columnist Mike Preston grades the Ravens after their 34-23 loss against the Cincinnati Bengals on Thursday night.

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After leaving game in fourth quarter, Ravens left tackle Ronnie Stanley says he's fine

Asked about the specifics of the injury and whether he might miss time, he deferred to coach John Harbaugh.

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In Maryland, calls to 'keep watching' for threats from Hurricane Florence could extend into next week

As Hurricane Florence clobbers the Carolinas, it’s forecast to bring rain and some flooding risks to Maryland on Friday and Saturday. But Gov. Larry Hogan said he wouldn’t cancel a statewide emergency declaration as the threat of Florence’s remnants looms.

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Jealous, Abrams, Gillum call for new playbook in majority-white states

Maryland Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ben Jealous joined Stacey Abrams of Georgia and Andrew Gillum of Florida, two other African-Americans who won Democratic nominations for governor in their states, to call for political change at a Congressional Black Caucus Foundation event.

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'That's not how you talk': East Baltimore residents take issue with mayor's comments about their neighborhood

Residents of Broadway East took issue with comments that Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh made while she was touring the area to revisit the work of her violence reduction initiative.

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Light Rail to partially close Friday for repairs

The northernmost section of the Baltimore Light Rail will close for nearly three weeks, between the Timonium Fairgrounds and Hunt Valley stops, beginning Friday.

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Orioles end losing streak at six as Dylan Bundy finally finds his form in 5-3 win over Athletics

Orioles pitcher Dylan Bundy recorded his first win since July 29 in Thursday night's win over Oakland

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