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President Biden Tells Naval Academy Grads Putin ‘NATO-ized Europe’

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President Joe Biden told Naval Academy graduates Friday that they will be “representatives and defenders of our democracy,” as free societies are under threat from Russia's invasion of Ukraine to China's maritime expansion.

Maryland Weather: Tornado Watch In Effect For Much Of Maryland

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A Tornado Warning has been issued for parts of Baltimore City along with Anne Arundel, Baltimore and Howard counties until 1:15 p.m.

Tank Vs Talk: Baltimore’s Gervonta Davis Aims To Quiet Challenger Romero

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Rolando Romero can talk, and has been doing plenty of it leading into their match Saturday night, profanely poking fun at everything from the quality of Gervonta Davis’ resume to the size of his head.

2 Swimmers Exposed To Toxic Gas In Ocean City Pool, Hospitalized

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Investigation revealed that during routine maintenance, muriatic acid and chlorine were both accidentally released, forming a toxic gas that was discharged into the pool where the woman and child were swimming, the fire marshal’s office said.

High Levels Of COVID-19 Community Transmission Detected In Baltimore Area

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Community transmission levels of COVID-19 in the Baltimore region have shifted from medium to high over the past two weeks, according to new data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

CDC Identifies 9 Monkeypox Cases In 7 States

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The CDC has identified nine monkeypox cases in seven states as of Wednesday, Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky said Thursday.

Fourth Of July Fireworks, Celebrations Return To The Inner Harbor This Year

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Several events, like the American Visionary Art Museum's pet parade and the "Picnic at the Top" at the Top of the World Observation Level are returning for Independence Day.

Woman Charged With Attempted Murder After Citizen’s Arrest In West Baltimore Shooting

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A 26-year-old woman is under arrest in connection with Thursday's shooting in West Baltimore, authorities said.

Man, 41, Found Fatally Shot Inside Vehicle In Northeast Baltimore

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A 41-year-old man was fatally shot late Thursday in a vehicle in Northeast Baltimore, authorities said.

Baltimore Woman, 83, Shot While Reading Book In Bed, Police Say

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An 83-year-old woman was shot early Friday when a bullet came flying through the window of her Baltimore home, authorities said.

Baby Formula Shortage Highlights Racial Disparities

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As parents across the United States struggle to find formula to feed their children, the pain is particularly acute among Black and Hispanic women, including those here in Maryland.

Maryland Edges Indiana 6-5 In 11 Innings In Big Ten Tourney

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Ian Petrutz singled to tie the game in the bottom of the 10th inning before being hit by a pitch with the bases loaded in the 11th as top-seeded Maryland survived an upset bid by No. 8 seed Indiana for a 6-5 victory in the first round of the weather-delayed Big Ten Tournament on Thursday.

Scott Invites Hogan To Baltimore After Governor Calls For “Comprehensive Update” On City’s Violent Crime Plan

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In a letter addressed to Scott, the governor referenced a February meeting with the mayor in which Scott laid out his plan to battle Baltimore's sustained violent crime problem.

With City Council’s Ear, Baltimore Residents Urge Cuts To Police Budget Ahead Of Vote

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Baltimore City residents called for funding cuts to police Thursday during Taxpayer's Night, where citizens can weigh in with the City Council on how their money is being spent.

Black Bear Sighting Causes Brief Scare At Westminster High School

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There was a brief scare in Carroll County on Thursday morning when a black bear was spotted outside Westminster High School.

Flo Rida, Dru Hill Among Orioles Birdland Summer Music Series Lineup

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The music series consists of three postgame concerts at Oriole Park at Camden Yards held throughout the summer.

Harrison Calls For Clarification On State’s Attorney’s List Of 305 Baltimore Officers With Credibility Issues

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“I want to make sure that we don’t tarnish any reputations that shouldn’t be tarnished,” Commissioner Michael Harrison said.

B&O Railroad Museum Offering Free Admission To Active Duty Military Personnel Through Labor Day

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The museum showcases dozens of locomotives and showcases the role trains have played in the military.

More Baby Formula Is Heading To Store Shelves As Early As This Weekend

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More formula from companies made overseas is scheduled to arrive in the coming days, according to US Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra.

Here’s How To Travel Safely And Efficiently On Memorial Day Weekend

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AAA predicts that 39 million Americans will be traveling Thursday through Monday, up more than 8% from last year including 814,000 Marylanders.

Jury Acquits Man Of Murder Of Baltimore Anti-Violence Advocate Dante Barksdale

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A 29-year-old Baltimore man was acquitted Thursday of first-degree murder in the 2021 shooting death of anti-violence advocate Dante Barksdale.

Baltimore City Public Schools Honors 12 Students Killed During 2021-22 School Year

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Twelve students who died from gun violence over this past school year were honored during the Baltimore City Public Schools’ 5th annual Day of Remembrance.

No Injuries After Crash Involving 2 School Buses, SUV In Edgewood

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Deputies responded at 3:47 p.m. to Route 7 near Route 24 for the crash. Route 7 was closed temporarily as a traffic unit conducted an investigation.

Baltimore County Firefighters Rescue Person Trapped In Mud Near NCR Trail

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Baltimore County firefighters rescued someone Thursday trapped in waist-deep mud near the NCR Trail.

All Remaining Tickets To ‘Bakkhai’ At Baltimore Center Stage Are Free

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The theater called the show "the perfect production to throw the doors open to the public for a lavish celebration."

Supreme Court May Soon Loosen Gun Laws As Nation Reels From Massacres

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The deliberations come as the country mourns another tragedy, victims of gun violence plea for more action, and the political branches seem forever divided on a path forward.

Howard County Woman Opens Up About Her Experience As An Immigrant

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With May being Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, WJZ sat down with a local leader in the Korean community, who opened up about the trauma she experienced coming to the United States.

Maryland Woman Charged With Manslaughter In Crash That Killed Her 9-Month-Old Son

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An Anne Arundel County woman was arrested Wednesday on manslaughter and impaired driving charges in the 2021 crash that killed her infant.

Two Charged In January Murder Of 35-Year-Old In Towson

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Two 20-year-olds are under arrest in the January murder of a man in Baltimore County, authorities said Thursday.

Man, 26, Hospitalized In West Baltimore Shooting; Police Say

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A shooting Thursday in West Baltimore sent a 26-year-old man to the hospital, authorities said.

Maryland Weather: Clouds & More Clouds, Plus Friday’s An Alert Day

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Clouds and more clouds. That's what we're dealing with this Thursday.

Where’s Marty? Visiting With Civic Works At The Clifton Mansion

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This morning we were at the historic Clifton Mansion in Clifton Park. It was built in 1803 by shipping magnate Henry Thompson and later sold to Johns Hopkins, who made it his summer home. Having Johns Hopkins himself on the resume is a showstopper, but these days the mansion is home to Civic Works, Baltimore's service corporation.

17-Year-Old & 19-Year-Old Wounded In North Baltimore Shooting

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A shooting Wednesday night in north Baltimore sent two people, including a teen, to the hospital.

Man, 59, Killed In Southwest Baltimore Shooting, Police Say

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A 59-year-old man was killed early Thursday in a shooting in southwest Baltimore, authorities said.

Ravens Sign Former Packers QB Brett Hundley

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The Baltimore Ravens have signed quarterback Brett Hundley.

Teddy Davies Opens Up About His Record-Setting Maryland Hunt Cup Victory

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WJZ spoke with this year’s Maryland Hunt Cup winner, Teddy Davies, about what makes his victory special.

U.S. Offers Vaccines To Certain People Exposed To Monkeypox. Here’s What You Should Know

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As global health leaders investigate an unusual outbreak of monkeypox across more than a dozen countries, discussions in the United States have turned to vaccination against the disease -- and certain people exposed to the virus could be offered a vaccine.

U.S. Moves To Make Antiviral Drug More Available Against COVID

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The White House on Thursday announced more steps to make the antiviral treatment Paxlovid more accessible across the U.S. as it projects COVID-19 infections will continue to spread over the summer travel season.

States Divided Over Gun Controls, Even As Mass Shootings Rise

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Washington Gov. Jay Inslee was quick to react to this week’s carnage at a Texas elementary school, sending a tweet listing the gun control measures the Democratic-controlled state has taken. He finished with: “Your turn Congress.”

Unable To Score Any Runs, Orioles Fall To Yankees 2-0

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The Baltimore Orioles couldn't get much of anything going at the plate against the division rival New York Yankees Wednesday night, and it cost them.

Marilyn Mosby’s Office Releases Names Of Baltimore Police Officers On “Do Not Call” List

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Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby has released a list of more than 300 officers that her office says are known to have credibility issues.

Maryland Man Faces Federal Charges Following Capitol Riot

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Another Maryland man is now behind bars for their involvement in the January 6th Capitol Riot.

Maryland Students Suffer From Anxiety Following School Shooting In Texas

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Students in Maryland are suffering from anxiety and fear after learning of a shooting that killed 19 children at a school in Uvalde, Texas.

Fewer Blue Crabs In The Chesapeake Bay “Continue A Worrying Trend”

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The number of blue crabs in the Chesapeake Bay is estimated to be at the lowest level observed since an annual survey tracking the population began in 1990, officials announced Thursday.

‘We Don’t Have To Accept This’ Calls For Action After Texas School Massacre As Shootings Rise In Baltimore, Nationwide

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Why does this keep happening? The question is on many minds after the Texas school shooting that killed at least 19 children and two teachers.

Security Increases After Maryland Man Threatens Gale-Bailey Elementary School

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Charles County Sheriff’s deputies have arrested a man accused of making multiple threats of mass violence at an elementary school in Maryland.

Maryland Weather: An Approaching Front Could Bring Severe Weather

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A front will be approaching the region on Friday.  This front will usher in more moisture and more clouds that may produce some morning showers.

U.S. Coast Guard Places Francis Scott Key Memorial Buoy In Patapsco River

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The crew of the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter William Tate set the historic Francis Scott Key Memorial Buoy in the Patapsco River near the Francis Scott Key Bridge on Wednesday.

No Lamar Jackson At Voluntary Ravens Practice As He Enters Final Year Of Contract

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Head Coach John Harbaugh declined to comment, saying he'll let Jackson speak for himself.

Travelers Should Ready Their Cars For Hot Weather, Mind Move Over Law, AAA Says

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Hot weather brings with it some automotive challenges, much like the winter months, so the organization is sharing some tips.

Jury Deliberations Begin For Man Accused In Murder Of Safe Streets Worker

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The trial for the man accused of killing a Safe Streets worker is now in the final stages after the jury started deliberations Wednesday afternoon.

Edgewood Man Handed 10-Year Sentence In Fatal High Speed Crash In Middle River

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The ten-year sentence imposed by Baltimore County Circuit Court Judge Mayer is the maximum period of incarceration, officials said.

Maryland Schools Offer Extra Support To Students And Staff Following Mass Shooting In Texas

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The elementary school mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas, on Tuesday prompted some schools in Maryland to offer extra support to students and staff.

Marylanders Can Now Add Their Driver’s License To Apple Wallet

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The digital ID works at select TSA checkpoints at participating airports, and the state said it expects locations accepting mobile ID to grow.

Life-Size Dinosaurs Will Be On Exhibit At The Baltimore Convention Center In June

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BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Life-size dinosaurs and dragons will be on exhibit at the Baltimore Convention Center next week. People can visit moving dinosaurs from the Triassic, Jurassic, and Cretaceous periods at the Dino & Dragon Stroll, which will be open on June 4 and 5, according to event staff. Fantastical dragons will be on display […]

Mayor Scott Says ‘There Is Still More To Do’ After Biden Signs Executive Order On Policing

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Most of the order is focused on federal law enforcement agencies — for example, requiring them to review and revise policies on use of force.

Blue Angels Squadron Soars Over Annapolis In Dazzling Flight Demonstration

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The squadron comes to town every year for commissioning week, ahead of the Naval Academy’s graduation on Friday.

State Won’t Prosecute Baltimore Officers Who Shot, Killed Armed Man Near Inner Harbor Last Year

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Benjamin Tyson, 35, was shot and killed by three officers on Feb. 25, 2021, at Market Place garage near the Inner Harbor after he withdrew and pointed a gun at the officers, according to the report.

Posts About ‘Suspicious People’ At Bowie Walmart Unfounded, Police Say

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The department said it received no reports about such an incident, and there was no evidence of men matching that description in the Walmart.

Charlotte Transfer Jahmir Young Withdraws From NBA Draft, Will Play For Maryland

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As a junior with Charlotte, Young averaged 19.6 points per game, 5.9 rebounds and 3.7 assists during the 2021-2022 season.

Multiple Vehicles Involved In Middle River Crash

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At least five cars were involved in the collision on the eastbound lanes of Pulaski Highway at Middle River Road. All three lanes are closed.

Harbaugh Feels ‘Really Good’ About Secondary Thanks To Recent Additions, Including CB Kyle Fuller

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Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh suggested the recent signing of cornerback Kyle Fuller completes the team's overhaul of the defensive backfield.

Where’s Marty? Celebrating ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ With The Glenn L. Martin Aviation Museum

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With 'Top Gun: Maverick' in theaters, Marty Bass ventured out to the Glenn L. Martin Aviation Museum.

Will Congress Act On Guns After Sandy Hook, Buffalo, Uvalde?

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"Please, please, please damnit - put yourselves in the shoes of these parents just for once,” Schumer said as he opened the Senate.

Ferguson And Jones Downplay Possibility Of Special Session For Gas Tax, Blame Oil Companies

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"The problem is not the marginal impact of $0.06 inflation adjustment to the wholesale gas tax," they said. "The problem is big oil companies exploiting global uncertainty to drive the price of gas to more than $4 a gallon."

Montessori Public Charter School In Baltimore No Longer On Lockdown After Threat Called In

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The threat was investigated and was found to be untrue, Baltimore City Public Schools said.

Maryland Weather: Cool & Cloudy With Some Sunshine

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We'll see more clouds than sun today, but we will see some breaks of blue sky, which is an improvement from Tuesday.

Dunbar High School In Baltimore Dismisses Early Due To Gas Leak

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For parents planning on picking up their students, the students are at National Academy Foundation.

Baltimore Teen Co-Hosts Season Of PBS NewsHour Podcast On Youth Mental Health

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The second season of 'On Our Minds' premiered in early May and consists of 15 episodes released twice weekly through the end of June.

Olszewski Reaffirms Support For Hyatt, Says He’s Open To ‘Productive Dialogue’ On Additional Support For Officers

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"We brought her in to drive important changes. Sometimes there are people who don't buy into those changes, but we are fully behind her."

Columbia Ranks Among Nation’s Best Places For Summer Jobs

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Columbia ranks among the top places in the country for summer jobs, a WalletHub survey finds.

Longtime Ravens P Koch Starts New Career As ‘Coach Sam’

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Longtime Baltimore Ravens punter Sam Koch kicked off his new career as "Coach Sam."

Scott Calls For Tougher Laws In Response To Texas School Shooting

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Calling it an “unspeakable tragedy,” Gov. Larry Hogan pledged Maryland’s support to Texas in the wake of Tuesday’s mass shooting at an elementary school outside of San Antonio.

Maryland Police Step Up Presence Around Local Schools

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Students, parents and teachers will likely notice a heavier police presence at schools this week, a measure that comes in response to Tuesday’s mass shooting at a Texas elementary school.

Man, 39, Identified As Victim Slain In East Baltimore Triple Shooting

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Police on Wednesday identified a man killed in a triple shooting in East Baltimore over the weekend.

A Look At Some Of The Deadliest U.S. School Shootings

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There have been dozens of shootings and other attacks in U.S. schools and colleges over the years, but until the massacre at Colorado's Columbine High School in 1999, the number of dead tended to be in the single digits.

Biden Says ‘We Have To Act’ After Texas School Shooting

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An anguished and angry President Joe Biden delivered an urgent call for new restrictions on firearms after a gunman shot and killed at least 19 children at a Texas elementary school.

Baltimore County Police Chief Reacts To Vote Of No Confidence

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On Monday night, roughly 125 members of the Baltimore County Fraternal Order of Police voted to remove Baltimore County Police Chief Melissa Hyatt from her position.

Fallout After Baltimore County Police Union Votes “No Confidence” In Chief Melissa Hyatt

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The reading of a disgraced former sergeant’s name at a memorial service was the last straw for the head of Baltimore County’s police union.

Maryland Offers “Full Support” After 14 Children, 1 Teacher Killed In Texas Elementary School Shooting

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The gunman entered Robb Elementary School in Uvalde with a handgun and possibly a rifle, Gov. Greg Abbott said.

14 Students, 1 Teacher Killed In Shooting At Texas Elementary School, Governor Says

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The suspect was taken into custody as of 1:06 p.m. local time, according to the Uvalde Police Department.

What’s The Latest On The Coronavirus Vaccine For Children Under 5? Dr. Leana Wen Explains

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The US Food and Drug Administration is considering Moderna's application for emergency use authorization of its vaccine for this youngest age group and will also be considering Pfizer's soon.

Teenager Shot In The Hand In Southeast Baltimore, Police Say

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A 16-year-old boy was shot in the hand in Southeast Baltimore on Tuesday, according to authorities.

Crash Between Tractor-Trailers Closes Lanes In Fort McHenry Tunnel, One Hospitalized

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The MDTA advises commuters to use I-895 or I-695 as alternate routes due to heavy backups.

Opening Statements Begin In Trial Of Man Charged With Murdering Dante Barksdale

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Dante Barksdale, who turned things around after a life of crime, was one of the founding members of Safe Streets, an organization that aims to reduce violent crime in Baltimore City.

Man Pleads Guilty To Sending Threatening Emails To Dr. Fauci

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Fauci is President Joe Biden’s chief medical adviser and director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, part of NIH in Bethesda, Maryland.

Baltimore Man Charged With Attempted Murder In Stabbing Of Philadelphia Train Station Employee

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Adiren Mayo, 29, is charged with attempted murder, aggravated assault, possession of an instrument of crime and other related offenses.

Maryland Sees Uptick In COVID-19 Cases Among People Under 19

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COVID-19 infections in people under the age of 19 are on the rise, according to data recorded by the Maryland State Department of Health.

Camp For Seriously Ill Children To Build Second Location On Maryland’s Eastern Shore

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Paul Newman’s Hole in the Wall Gang Camp announced plans Tuesday to open its second location in Queenstown, Md. at the Aspen Institute’s former 166-acre Wye River Conference Center.

Howard County Secures $75M Loan For 5,000-Foot Tunnel To Divert Floodwater From Ellicott City

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Once completed, the tunnel will carry 26,000 gallons of stormwater per second away from the town's streets and into the Patapsco River.

Halethorpe Man Pleads Guilty To Threatening NSA And Its Employees

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A 38-year-old Halethorpe man pleaded guilty Tuesday to threatening to blow up the National Security Agency headquarters in Fort Meade and shoot government employees, the Maryland U.S. Attorney's Office said.

Man Dies From Injuries Sustained In Shipping Container Explosion In Anne Arundel County

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Authorities believe the explosion happened accidentally when a piece of heavy equipment ignited gas leaking from a propane tank inside the container.

How Cooking Helped Turn This Baltimore Chef’s Life Around

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For the past three years, Steven Allbright has been leading the soup kitchen staff at the Franciscan Center in North Baltimore, feeding the souls of our community.

‘Lunchflation’ Is Real. Returning To The Office Is Costing Us A Fortune

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Food. Commuting. Daycare. Rising gas prices and soaring inflation have made going back to the office more expensive.

MD Receives $989K Settlement From Ford Over False Advertising Claims

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Frosh and other prosecutors said the automaker falsely advertised the fuel economy of 2013–2014 C-Max hybrids and the payload capacity of 2011–2014 Super Duty pickup trucks.

What Is Monkeypox, Its Symptoms And Threat To You?

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An extremely rare disease called monkeypox, a much less severe cousin of smallpox, is spreading around the world. More than 250 cases have been reported in at least 16 countries.

Baltimore Ravens Continue Shoring Up Secondary With Addition Of CB Kyle Fuller

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The Baltimore Ravens made yet another addition to the secondary on Tuesday, signing cornerback Kyle Fuller to a one-year contract, the team announced.

Franchot Calls For Special Session To Halt Maryland Gas Tax Hike, Implement 4-Month Gas Tax Holiday

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Maryland's gas tax is scheduled to increase by 18% on July 1, with increases in the state's tax on fuel indexed to inflation.

NOAA Predicts 14-21 Named Storms For Atlantic Hurricane Season

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The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Climate Prediction Center on Tuesday forecast 14 to 21 named storms, six to 10 hurricanes and three to six major hurricanes -- of Category 3 strength or greater.

Maryland Trooper Rescues Tow Truck Driver Pinned Under SUV

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A Maryland state trooper's reflexes might have meant the difference between life and death for a tow truck driver who got pinned Monday underneath a sport-utility vehicle.

Hogan Teases Interest In Presidency But Says He’s Focused On Finishing Final Term In MD

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As to whether he will run, Gov. Larry Hogan didn't rule it out but said he's focused on finishing his final term as governor.

Blue Angels Rehearsal For Naval Academy Flyover Postponed Due To Weather

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With the Naval Academy hosting its graduation in Annapolis on Friday, the Blue Angels are in town rehearsing their flyover.

Maryland Weather: Cloudy & Cool

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A very dreary weather pattern has set up across the state.

Where’s Marty? Making Buds At Radebaugh Florist & Greenhouses

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Today was a treat, a real local treat. Radebaugh Florist and Greenhouses is a family-owned business that has been a Charm City staple since 1924. So wherever you're reading this, chances are you have gotten, worn or held flowers from Radebaugh's.

Dirt Bike Rider Dies From Injuries Suffered In May 11 Crash In Glen Burnie

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A 36-year-old dirt bike rider has died from his injuries nearly two weeks after he collided with a tractor-trailer making a left turn in Glen Burnie, Anne Arundel County police said.

Man, 38, Charged In Robbery Of Annapolis Bank Branch

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A 38-year-old man is under arrest in connection with a bank robbery last week in Annapolis, authorities said Tuesday.

Man, 38, Wounded In Southwest Baltimore Shooting, Police Say

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A 38-year-old man was injured early Tuesday in a shooting in southwest Baltimore, authorities said.

22-Year-Old Man Killed In Northern Baltimore Homicide, Police Say

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A 22-year-old man died after he was found with a head injury early Monday in northern Baltimore.

Urias Tags Cole, O’s Overcome Judge’s 2 HRs, Beat Yanks 6-4

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Ramón Urías hit a tiebreaking homer in the sixth inning off Gerrit Cole and the Baltimore Orioles withstood Aaron Judge’s two home runs to beat the Yankees 6-4 Monday night and send New York to its season-high third straight loss.

Baltimore County Police Union Says It Has Lost Confidence In Leadership Of BCPD Chief Melissa Hyatt

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The Baltimore County police union wants to oust Baltimore County Police Chief Melissa Hyatt, according to union officials.

Technical Problems Raise Transparency Concerns In Latest Marilyn Mosby Criminal Case Hearing

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Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby's trial on charges that include perjury is still on track for Sept. 19, according to an amended scheduling order filed in U.S. District Court on Monday.

Dunkin Donuts Will Donate Portion Of Coffee Sales To Local Children’s Center And Hospital

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Every cup of iced coffee purchased from Dunkin Donuts on Wednesday will go towards the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center and the University of Maryland Children’s Hospital.

Trio Of Teens Arrested Following Car Crash In Downtown Baltimore

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Three teenagers were arrested for at least one handgun violation after they crashed their vehicle in downtown Baltimore on Monday, according to authorities.

Maryland Weather: Sunny Days Are On The Way

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After an unseasonably hot weekend with temperature highs of 95 degrees on Saturday and 92 degrees on Sunday, Monday was mild and cool.

Baltimore County First Responders Search For And Find Missing Girl

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Baltimore County firefighters are searching for a missing female believed to be in the area of Maryland's Northern Central Railroad Trail.

Roof Partially Collapses At Scene Of Mt. Airy Barn Fire, Authorities Say

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Crews were working Monday afternoon to get a barn fire in Howard County under control, authorities said.

Baltimore Woman Charged With Attempted Murder For Driving Toward Officers, Crashing Into Cruiser In Walmart Parking Lot, Police Say

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A’Keirra Smith, 22, is charged with attempted first-degree murder, reckless endangerment, resisting arrest and a slew of related charges in the incident, according to electronic court records.

Hogan Calls On Franchot To ‘Halt Or Minimalize’ Pending Gas Tax Increase

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Gov. Larry Hogan called for the state's CFO to "halt or minimalize" the impact of a forthcoming increase in the state's gas tax, saying the price bump is "unconscionable" amid record prices and steep inflation.

2 Marylanders Face Federal Charges For Impersonating Deputy US Marshals

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A Waldorf man and a Lexington Park woman face federal charges for impersonating U.S, Marshals.

Maryland’s Sen. Van Hollen Returns Home After Minor Stroke

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The Maryland Democrat said in a statement May 15 that he experienced lightheadedness and acute neck pain while delivering a speech in western Maryland.

Maryland Weather: Cooler & Sunny, But Clouds Skies On The Way

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More clouds than sun with an afternoon shower possible.

Bus Driver Swerved To Avoid Collision Before Rollover Crash That Injured 27 People, Troopers Say

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A bus driver was swerving to avoid a collision Sunday morning when the bus rolled over on Interstate 95 in Baltimore County, authorities said.

Jury Selection Begins In Trial Of Man Charged With Dante Barksdale’s Murder

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Jury selection began Monday in the trial of Garrick Powell, a 29-year-old Baltimore man charged in the murder of Safe Streets advocate Dante Barksdale.

Over 730K Marylanders Hitting The Road For Memorial Day Weekend, AAA Says

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Steep gas prices aren't keeping Marylanders from hitting the road for the holidays this summer.

Dave Matthews, Alanis Morissette & The Lumineers Headlining Oceans Calling Festival In Ocean City

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The three-day Oceans Calling Festival announced its lineup Monday, and it includes headliners Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds, The Lumineers and Alanis Morissette.

Ravens Reunite With DE Brent Urban, Officially Sign Rookie LB Diego Fagot

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The Baltimore Ravens and defensive end Brent Urban have reunited for the 2022 season, the team confirmed Monday.

3-Dose Covid-19 Vaccine Protects Children Ages 6 Months To 5 years, Pfizer & BioNTech Say

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Three child-size doses of the Pfizer/BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine appeared to be safe and showed a strong immune response in children ages 6 months to 5 years, the companies said Monday. The vaccine makers said they will finish submitting the trial data to the US Food and Drug Administration this week.

Man, 53, Fatally Shot In Head In North Baltimore, Police Say

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A 52-year-old man died Sunday night after he was shot in the head in northern Baltimore, authorities said.

Maryland Weather: A Cold Front Sweeps In As Severe Thunderstorm Watch Ends

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A Severe Thunderstorm Watch has been issued for most of Maryland until 9p.m. tonight.

Waterfront Partnership Of Baltimore Offers Free Exercise Classes Along Inner Harbor

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On the weekends, Melody Thomas can be found exercising by Inner Harbor.

Five People Shot Within An Hour On East Side Of Baltimore Sunday

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Two violent shootings on the east side of the city left a man dead and a 10-year-old boy injured by gunfire.

Man Arrested In Deadly Shooting In Baltimore County, Police Say

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Baltimore County detectives have arrested an 18-year-old man and charged him with the murder of 27-year-old Whitney Hoover, according to authorities.

Baltimore County Detectives Need Help Solving 2009 Murder Of Towson University Student

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Baltimore County detectives are seeking the public’s help in finding the person who killed Daniel Ho Coverston in 2009, according to authorities.

More Than Two Dozen Injured After A Bus Flips Onto Its Side Along I-95 In Kingsville

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Baltimore County Fire officials say 15 people were transported to area hospitals with non-life threatening injuries after a passenger bus flipped onto its side along I-95 southbound Sunday morning.

BWI Airport Sees Flight Delays Due To Thunderstorms

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The Baltimore/Washington International Airport is experiencing flight delays in the wake of a severe thunderstorm, according to FlightAware.

Rich Strike Yes, Preakness Champ Early Voting No For Belmont

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Twelve hours before Early Voting won the Preakness, Kentucky Derby champion Rich Strike was back on the track at Churchill Downs to begin preparations for the Belmont Stakes.

One Person Is Dead Following A Triple Shooting In East Baltimore

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Baltimore City Police say one person is dead following a triple shooting in the 1900 block of North Collington Ave early Sunday morning.

Odor Leads Orioles Past Rays 7-6 In 11 Innings

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10-Year-Old Injured In A Double Shooting In Southeast Baltimore

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Baltimore City Police say a 10-year-old boy and a 32-year-old female were shot in the 500 block of North Glover Street around 1:13a.m. Sunday morning.

Maryland Weather: Warm Temperatures May Help Create A Severe Storm

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After nearly tying a record high in Baltimore on Saturday, temperatures on Sunday will again be hot—but not quite as high.

Early Voting Wins Preakness Stakes Amid Record Temperatures

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Early Voting crossed the finished line first to win the Preakness Stakes on Saturday.

Ravens’ Football Clinic Helps Children Improve Sports Skills

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Children gathered together to practice catching, throwing, and teamwork with Ravens football players on Saturday.

COVID-19, Shootings: Is Mass Death Now Tolerated In America?

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After mass shootings killed and wounded people grocery shopping, going to church and simply living their lives last weekend, the nation marked a milestone of 1 million deaths from COVID-19. The number, once unthinkable, is now an irreversible reality in the United States — just like the persistent reality of gun violence that kills tens of thousands of people every year.

Man Sought In Federal Hill Restaurant Shooting, Baltimore Police Say

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Baltimore police are looking for a man who is suspected of shooting a 19-year-old man inside of a restaurant in Federal Hill, according to authorities.

J.M. Smucker Recalls Peanut Butter Products Over Potential Salmonella Contamination

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The J.M. Smucker Company has issued a recall for select Jif® peanut butter products sold in the United States over potential Salmonella contamination, according to the company.

Orioles Reach 2-Year Deal With Injured Lefty John Means

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The Baltimore Orioles have agreed to a $5.925 million, two-year contract with left-handed pitcher John Means, avoiding arbitration.

Arozarena’s 2 HRs Spoil Rutschman’s Debut As Rays Top O’s

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Filly Secret Oath Runs Hard To Finish Fourth In Preakness

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Secret Oath made another impressive move from the back of the pack, but couldn't close the gap.

ALERT DAY: Extreme Heat & Humidity Creating Potentially Dangerous Conditions

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We're in for the hottest day of 2022 as highs climb into the low to mid 90s. Baltimore's record for today is 96° set in 1934.

Suspect In Reisterstown Road Shooting Arrested

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Baltimore County Police have arrested 30-year-old Joseph D Carter in connection with the Friday afternoon shooting in the 9600 block of Reisterstown Road.

Orioles Call Up Top Prospect Adley Rutschman

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The wait is over!  The Baltimore Orioles announce they are promoting catcher Adley Rutschman to the active roster.

Preakness Updates | Updated Odds Show Support For Fenwick

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Fenwick is no longer the biggest long shot at the Preakness.

Pipe Bombs, Improvised Grenades Found With Weapons Stockpile At Maryland Home, Officials Say

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Police said three complete pipe bombs and four improvised explosive hand grenades were found in the house, along with 32 firearms that included several "military grade" weapons.

Lamar Jackson Appears In Music Video With Kodak Black

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It's a Pompano Beach, Florida reunion, where both rappers and Lamar Jackson are from.

Teen, Man Injured In East Baltimore Shooting

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Both victims were hospitalized with non-life-threatening injuries.

Neighbors Demand Action On Baltimore’s Persistent Violent Crime As Mayor, Council Talk Strategy

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The city council and the mayor laid out crime plans this week. Mayor Brandon Scott pushed for civilians to handle non-emergencies so officers can spend more time on serious, violent crime.

How To Avoid Heat-Related Illness This Blistering Weekend

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Marylanders are reminded to never leave children or pets in a car for any amount of time during hot weather — even if the windows are cracked.

Alert Day: Unseasonable Heat Saturday, Highs In The Mid-90s

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It is an Alert Day Saturday because of the high temperatures and the unusually abnormal heat we are going to experience.

Local Dance Group Invites You To Groove At Jewish Community Center Of Greater Baltimore Block Party

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The group has performed at events across Maryland and other parts of the country for the last 8 years including at Artscape and Light City.

Interstatedaydream Wins Black-Eyed Susan Stakes At Pimlico

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The winning time of 1:48.73 over a 1⅛ miles was just off the Black-Eyed Susan record of 1:47.83 set by Silverbulletday in 1999.

‘Masking Is A Really Good Idea’: Hopkins Experts Urge Caution As COVID-19 Cases Surge Again

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COVID infections nationally are on the rise, up 168 percent in the past month. In Maryland, the COVID case rate has more than tripled in that time, according to the Department of Health.

Johns Hopkins’ Bloomberg Delays Commencement In Response To Heat

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The event is now expected to last around three hours, with every student's name being read.

Assault Suspect Tries To Steal Car While Fleeing Baltimore County Officers, Police Say

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An officer sustained minor injuries and was treated at the scene, police said.

Police Respond To Shooting At Owings Mills Pizza Shop

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Officers responded at 3 p.m. to the 9600 block of Reisterstown Road for a shots fired call. There, they found the victim shot at least once.

Dartigue To Serve As Maryland’s Next Public Defender

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The daughter of Haitian immigrants, Dartigue, 53, said she is “extremely proud” to be the first Black person to lead the public defender’s office.

Preakness Weekend Festivities Kick Off With Black-Eyed Susan Day

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Preakness weekend is underway with Black-Eyed Susan Day shining the spotlight on fillies and mares.

Will Baltimore Make The List? FIFA Plans To Announce 2026 World Cup Sites On June 16

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Seventeen U.S. stadiums in 16 areas -- including M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore -- remain in the bidding for the first 48-team World Cup

Baltimore County Police Will Mark 4-Year Anniversary Of Amy Caprio’s Death With Memorial Bars, Mourning Bands

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Baltimore County police will wear a memorial ribbon bar on their uniform or a mourning band on their badge Saturday to mark the 4-year anniversary of the death of Officer Amy Caprio

Mayor Brandon Scott Rode His Bike To Work. Here’s Why

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Friday marked the 25th annual Bike To Work Day in Baltimore.

Baltimore City Public Schools Extending Deadline To Enroll In Virtual Learning For 2022-23

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Families have until Friday, June 3 at 5 p.m. to sign up for Port VLP, which makes virtual learning a student's primary mode of instruction for the upcoming school year.

Maryland Weather: Tornado Watch Canceled In Northern Maryland

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A Tornado Watch has been issued for several counties across Maryland, along with Baltimore City, until 7 p.m.

Mayor Scott Allocates Another $11M Of ARPA Funds To Address Food Insecurity

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"Food insecurity has skyrocketed due to the pandemic, and there is a genuine need to address these issues for our residents,” said Mayor Brandon Scott.

With Near-Record Heat On Tap For The Preakness, Be Sure To Stay Cool

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The WJZ First Alert Weather Team is getting you ready for the Preakness.

Near-Record Heat For Preakness Stakes Another Test For Epicenter

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The forecast calls for a high of 94 degrees Fahrenheit for Saturday afternoon, with just a slight dip before the 7:01 p.m. EDT post time for the 147th running of the Preakness. The record is 96, set in 1934 when High Quest won the race.

5 Key Storylines Heading Into The Preakness Stakes

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Here's a look at some of the biggest storylines heading into the 147th running of the Preakness Stakes.

Longtime Band Director Melvin Miles Reflects On Nearly 50 Years At Morgan State

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After spending nearly 50 years at Morgan State University, Melvin Miles is retiring from his role as director of university bands.

Man, 35, Charged With Murder In Deadly East Baltimore Shooting

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Detectives have made an arrest in the shooting death earlier this month of a 39-year-old man in East Baltimore.

Where’s Marty? Learning How The Preakness Victory Blankets Are Assembled

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Have you ever wondered what kind of work goes into assembling the flower blankets for the Preakness winner? That was the subject of Friday's "Where's Marty?" adventure.

Rabid Fox Found In Severna Park, Health Department Says

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A rabid Red Fox has been found near a residential community in Severna Park, and officials are looking for any residents who may have come into contact with the animal, the Anne Arundel County Health Department said.

Dump Truck Crash & Fuel Spill Knot Traffic On I-95 In Rosedale

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A dump truck crash tangled traffic Friday morning on Interstate 95 in Rosedale, authorities said.

Maryland Weather: Summer Heat Moves In For The Weekend

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This kind of heat isn’t something we have seen since last summer, so please be prepared and well hydrated!

What’s The Difference Between A Tornado Watch & Warning?

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The National Weather Service has canceled a Tornado Watch that was issued briefly for parts of Maryland.

Dundalk High School Teacher Charged With Assaulting 2 Students

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A Dundalk High School teacher is accused of assaulting two students, authorities said Thursday.

Baltimore Homeowner Blasts City, Courts As Investment Property Turns Into ‘Nightmare’ After Fire, Murder, Squatters

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Baltimore has almost 15,000 vacant homes, and many believe the disinvestment contributes to the city’s soaring violence.

Ocean City Designates Special Event Zone For Car Show

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Violators will face increased fines or, in some cases, arrest.

Dr. Fauci Urges UMD Baltimore Graduates To ‘Live A Life Of Service’

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The future is bright for hundreds of students at the University of Maryland Baltimore who graduated on Thursday.

Longtime Ravens Punter Sam Koch Retires, Joins Team’s Coaching Staff

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Longtime Baltimore Ravens punter Sam Koch's playing days might be over, but his coaching days are just beginning.

Baltimore Man Killed In Motorcycle Crash In Arnold

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The man was fully ejected from the motorcycle in the crash, police said.

Ray Lewis To Donate Over $130K To Johns Hopkins Children’s Center As Runner Up On CBS Show ‘Beyond The Edge’

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The Ravens legend faced off against eight other celebrities as they relied on their wits, intelligence and muscle to survive in the Panamanian jungle for 15 days.

Chesapeake’s Crab Population At Lowest Since 1990, Survey Finds

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While the survey’s juvenile crab estimate rose to 101 million from 86 million last year, officials noted that the number is below average for the third year.

WJZ’s Furever Friend: Snuffy

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This week’s WJZ Furever Friend is Snuffy.

Park Heights “Renaissance Row” Apartment Building Opens With New Affordable Housing Units

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Mayor Scott, who grew up in Park Heights, told WJZ that the development is just the beginning of good things to come to the neighborhood.

Baltimore-Odesa Sister City Committee Aims To Raise $500K For Ukraine In A Week

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The fundraiser is a "sister city challenge" in partnership with Ukraine-based group Mission to Ukraine.

UMMS Employees Learn To Intervene, Save Lives On National Stop The Bleed Day

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About 100 University of Maryland Medical System employees received training Thursday. Many will head training sessions throughout the community.

CIAA Basketball Tournament Drew 36K Fans And Had $19.6M Economic Impact, Officials Say

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Overall attendance at the tournament's 22 games exceeded 66,000 spectators, organizers said in March, including a crowd of 13,207 for the two championship games.

WJZ & Baltimore Orioles Celebrate 13th Weather Day At Camden Yards

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WJZ and the Baltimore Orioles on Thursday hosted the 13th Weather Day at Oriole Park at Camden Yards.

Van Hollen ‘On The Mend’ After Suffering Minor Stroke Last Weekend

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Sen. Chris Van Hollen is recovering after suffering a minor stroke over the weekend.

Frederick Co. Furniture Sellers Charged With Violating Consumer Protection Act, Frosh Says

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Three Frederick County furniture sellers have been charged with violating the Consumer Protection Act after they allegedly took deposits on orders and failed to deliver goods, sometimes changing the name of their company to claim they didn't owe customers a refund

Maryland To Spend Nearly $200 Million Supporting Small Businesses & Entrepreneurs

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Gov. Larry Hogan on Thursday announced a plan to spend up to $198 million in federal funding to support Maryland's small businesses.

Maryland Weather: Rain Stopping, Alert Day On Saturday

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Highs will be in the low 80s with summer like heat starting tomorrow.

Friends And Family Hold Candlelight Vigil For Slain Baltimore Teen

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Friends and family members of a Baltimore teenager who was shot to death on the night of his junior prom came together to honor him at a candlelight vigil on Wednesday.

Baltimore Police Unveil “SMART” Crime Strategy As Violence Surges; Hogan Weighs In

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Under a plan announced Wednesday by Mayor Brandon Scott and Police Commissioner Michael Harrison, Baltimore police officers will shift from being “call-takers” to the traditional role of walking patrol and engaging with neighborhood residents.

Anne Arundel County Public Schools May Require Mandatory Masks If COVID Cases Rise

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During Wednesday night's Board of Education meeting in Anne Arundel County, Superintendent George Arlotto brought forth a recommendation supported by him and the County Health Officer Dr. Nilesh Kalyanaraman.

Baltimore Exhibit Focuses On Maryland’s Ties To The Civil Rights Movement

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America is once again facing a racial reckoning after a mass shooting this past weekend in Buffalo, New York. The attack against a predominantly black community is being investigated as a hate crime.

Maryland Family Has Triple Crown Dreams

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A Maryland family rich in the horse racing industry hopes to one day breed a Triple Crown winner.

Biden Implements Crisis Plan For Baby Formula Shortage As Baltimore Mothers Struggle To Feed Kids

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President Joe Biden is addressing the baby formula shortage by invoking the Defense Production Act.

The WELL Is Helping Black And Women-Owned Businesses In Baltimore

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An entrepreneurship group in Baltimore is working to help black and women-owned businesses grow.

Yankees Ride Cole’s Arm, Quick Start To 3-2 Win Over Orioles

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On a night when their bats were held in check, the New York Yankees found another way to win.

The Cost Of Riding Baltimore’s Buses And Subway Trains Will Soon Increase

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The price of public transportation in Baltimore will increase by 10 cents, according to transit authorities.

Maryland Weather: High Heat Will Be Present During Preakness

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After a beautiful, dry, and sunny morning, clouds moved toward Baltimore as a warm front developed south of Maryland.

Metropolitan Police Department Officer Fired Upon In Impound Parking Lot, Arrests Made

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A Metropolitan Police Department Special Police Officer is reporting that someone shot at him when he encountered trespassers on a temporary impound parking lot Tuesday, according to authorities.

Virginia Health Officials Warn Of Possible Measles Exposures

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The unvaccinated child contracted measles during international travel, but is now improving, the Virginia Department of Health said Wednesday in a news release.

John Means Missing Field, But Feeling Positive After Tommy John Surgery

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Being out for a year isn't something most athletes are prepared to deal with, and John Means is no exception.

Two Police Officers Injured In Southwest Baltimore Collision, Police Say

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Two Baltimore police officers were injured early Wednesday in a crash in West Baltimore, authorities said.

Former Oriole Adam Jones Says Playing Career Could Be Behind Him

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In a heartfelt article Adam Jones wrote for the Player's Tribune titled "My Next Chapter," he shared memories of his time overseas playing in Japan as well as his 14-year career in Major League Baseball.

Gov. Hogan, University Officials Celebrate Transfer Of Spring Grove Hospital Center To UMBC

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The Maryland Board of Public works approved the transfer of the hospital campus to the neighboring college last week.

Mayor Scott, Organizers Hope Preakness LIVE Will Bridge Gap Between Triple Crown Race And Surrounding Community

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"It was held in Northwest Baltimore, but it wasn’t held with Northwest Baltimore," Mayor Brandon Scott said.

Under Armour President Patrik Frisk Steps Down, Company Taps Interim Leader

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Under Armour's president and chief executive officer, Patrik Frisk, is stepping down from his position and relinquishing his spot on the Board of Directors effective June 1.

10 Mid-Size SUVs Earn Good Ratings In Side-Impact Testing

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More than half the mid-size SUVs tested earn good ratings in the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s new side-impact evaluation.

Maryland Weather: Rain Tonight, Near-Record Heat This Weekend

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The clouds have moved in Wednesday evening after a beautiful day.

State Doubles Reward To $16K For Information On Death Of Baltimore Teen On Prom Night

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No arrests have been made in the teen's murder yet. His family is begging for someone to come forward.

Baltimore Announces Swim Season Kickoff, Pool Opening Schedule

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Big Splash will be held with free entry on Saturday, June 11 at 11 a.m. at the newly renovated Druid Hill Park Pool.

B&O Farmers Market Returns For Third Year

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The museum partners with the Fells Point Farmers Market to bring the shopping experience to the museum's front parking lot.

A Third Of US Should Be Considering Masks, Officials Say

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In the last week, an additional 8% of Americans were living in a county in medium or high COVID-19 community levels.

Made In Baltimore Launches Online Store Selling Locally Made Home Goods, Jewelry And More

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The store features hundreds of bath and beauty products, apparel, accessories, cards, food and drinks, and other products, and allows shoppers to search for items made by Black, Indigenous, and people of color artists or by businesses that are women-owned or LGBTQ-owned.

Dump Truck Driver Charged With DUI In Brooklyn Park Crash That Killed Severna Park Man

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The work zone driver is being held without bond at the Anne Arundel County Detention Center, pending an initial appearance.

Baltimore To Add Over 1,600 Affordable Housing Units, Rehouse Homeless Under House America Initiative

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The House America initiative is a partnership in which HUD and the U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness work with local leaders to use American Rescue Plan funding to rehouse homeless people and stimulate the construction of new affordable housing.

Old Man & The Filly: Lukas Saddling Secret Oath In Preakness

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The best horse in the Derby isn't in the way after the owner of Rich Strike decided not to run him in the Preakness after the 80-1 upset at Churchill Downs.

6 Baltimore County First Responders Out Of Hospital After Monday’s Explosion

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All six Baltimore County first responders injured in Monday night's explosion at a Woodlawn shopping center are out of the hospital.

Late Faculty Member Leaves Over $1M To Stevenson University

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Gilbert “Gil” Wegad, who passed away in 2020, founded Stevenson’s first program in Accounting and served as an adjunct professor of accounting for almost thirty years, the school said.

CBS Unveils 2022-2023 Primetime Lineup

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CBS's fall lineup includes new shows such starring Marcia Gay Harden, Amanda Warren and Max Theriot.

Davidsonville Man Charged In Deadly Crash That Killed Maryland Road Worker

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A driver was arrested Tuesday night on suspicion of driving under the influence and manslaughter after he struck and killed a road worker in Anne Arundel County, authorities said.

Where’s Marty? Traveling Back In Time At The System Source Computer Museum

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On "Where's Marty?" this morning, K2 and I went out to Hunt Valley, the home of System Source, an IT business that does a lot of heavy lifting for many employers both big and small.

Orioles Fall To Yankees 5-4 After Judge Homers Twice

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The new wall in left field at Camden Yards served its purpose, denying Aaron Judge a home run on his 399-foot drive in the first inning.

Crisis Inside The Classroom: Baltimore County Teachers Rally, Demand Change

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A rally outside of a Baltimore County Board of Education meeting elicited a response from Baltimore County Public Schools on Tuesday.

COVID Outbreaks At Baltimore-Area Schools Raises Concerns For Parents

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As schools across Maryland deal with increasing COVID-19 cases and outbreaks, it’s raising concerns for parents.

Preventing Mass Shootings: Seizing Guns Under ‘Red Flag’ Laws From Baltimore To Buffalo

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What could have been done to prevent the Buffalo tragedy and stop more in the future?

Colin Kaepernick, David E. Talbert And David Burton To Receive Honorary Degrees From Morgan State

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All three recipients are being honored for their "individual, and collective, contributions to the progression of the Black narrative and pursuit of excellence," Morgan State University President David K. Wilson said.

Suspect Remains Hospitalized After Woodlawn Nail Spa Explosion

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The suspect remains hospitalized, and charges are pending, police said.

Judge Considers Motion To Dismiss Lawsuit Against Biotech Company By Henrietta Lacks’ Family

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Henrietta Lacks' cells were used in the development of the polio vaccine, along with treatments for cancer, HIV/AIDS, leukemia and Parkinson’s disease. She died of cancer in 1951.

Orioles Pitcher Matt Harvey Suspended 60 Games For Drug Distribution

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The former New York Mets star admitted in February during a trial in federal court to using cocaine in New York and California.

Prettyboy Elementary Teacher Melissa Salkeld Wins $25,000 Milken Educator Award

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Melissa Salkeld, a kindergarten teacher at Prettyboy Elementary School, has received a $25,000 Milken Educator Award recognizing teachers across the country who make a difference.

Road Closures & Parking Restrictions To Expect For The Preakness Stakes

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Preakness parking, Maryland news, Baltimore news, Maryland

A Baltimore Mental Health Program Aims To Help Children With Growing Pains

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May is Mental Health Awareness Month and WJZ is highlighting valuable resources available in the community.

Maryland Terrapins To Play In 2022 Basketball Hall of Fame Tip-Off

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The Terps and Billikens will play Saturday, Nov. 19 at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, CT.

Baltimore-Area Parents Turn To Facebook For Help Finding Baby Formula

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The squeeze on the baby formula supply has parents looking for the product in less conventional ways: Facebook groups.

Man Shot Near Gunpowder Falls State Park

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Investigators believe the man was shot around the entrance of the park at Harford Road and Notchcliff Road, police said.

After Derby Scratch, Ethereal Road To Run In Sir Barton At Pimlico, Target Belmont Stakes

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Ethereal Road, the horse that was a late scratch for the Kentucky Derby, opening up a spot for the eventual winner, 80-1 shot Rich Strike, will run in the Sir Barton Stakes at Pimlico Race Course on Saturday.

Author D. Watkins To Make Commencement Address At Johns Hopkins School Of Education Graduation

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It's a triumphant return for Watkins, who earned his master’s degree in education and a graduate certification in urban education at the university in 2011.

Baltimore Man, 32, Wanted In 2020 Murder Case, Police Say

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A 32-year-old Baltimore man is wanted in connection with a 2020 murder case, authorities said Tuesday.

Where’s Marty? Checking Out The Sunrise Tours At Pimlico

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Where's Marty? Going behind the scenes with the Sunrise Tours at Pimlico Race Course.

$8K Reward Offered For Tips In Furrow Street Homicide Case

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An up to $8,000 reward is being offered for tips leading to an arrest in the murder of a man found dead at the scene of a Baltimore house fire.

Baltimore Police Looking To Identify Suspect In Hustler Club Shooting

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Police on Tuesday released surveillance footage of the suspect and asked anyone who recognizes them to send in a tip.

Maryland Weather: Bright & Breezy Tuesday

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Our Tuesday is shaping up to be a stunner of a day.

FDA Clears COVID Booster Shot For Healthy Kids Ages 5 To 11

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The Food and Drug Administration’s authorization now opens a third shot of Pfizer's vaccine to elementary-age kids, too.

Author D. Watkins Reckons With East Baltimore Upbringing In New Memoir ‘Black Boy Smile’

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Best-selling author D. Watkins on Tuesday released his new book, “Black Boy Smile," a raw, moving memoir about his experience growing up in East Baltimore.

Baltimore City Schools Hosts Event For Summer Programming At Maryland Science Center

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The event will feature games, face painting and a live DJ, among other activities.

Maryland Zoo Announces Movie Nights, Parties Tied To Dinosaur Exhibit

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A screening of "Jurassic Park," a twilight tour, a new sour from Union Craft Brewing, and a sleepover in the woods. These are just some of the ways to enjoy the new animatronic "DINOSAURS" exhibit at the Maryland Zoo

COVID-19 In Maryland: Hospitalizations Surpass 400, Positivity Rate Above 8%

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For the first time since February, there are more than 400 Marylanders hospitalized with COVID-19, according to data released Tuesday by the Maryland Department of Health.

U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy To Address University Of Maryland School Of Medicine

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U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy will deliver remarks to the Class of 2022 when the University of Maryland School of Medicine hosts its first in-person graduation for students and families since 2019 on Thursday.

Dr. Anthony Fauci To Deliver Keynote Remarks At University Of Maryland, Baltimore’s Commencement Ceremony

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Dr. Anthony Fauci, chief medical advisor to President Joe Biden, will deliver the keynote address at the University of Maryland, Baltimore's commencement ceremony this week, the university announced Tuesday.

Several First Responders Injured Following Intentional Fire, Explosion At Baltimore County Nail Spa

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Four Baltimore County Police officers were injured while responding to a fire in Windsor Mill, Maryland, on Monday, according to authorities.

Jewish Community Center Reacts To Bomb Threat, Anti-Semitic Email

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The Jewish Community Center of Greater Baltimore received an email filled with hateful and anti-Semitic language, which threatened to bomb their facility Saturday, the organization wrote to its members.

Combating Hate And Domestic Terrorism In Maryland In Wake Of Buffalo Massacre

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The racist attack targeting a Buffalo grocery store in a predominantly African American neighborhood has many people frightened and wondering who could be next.

City Council Adopts Resolution Calling For Public Fund Supporting Local Reproductive Health Organizations

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Two council members will introduce a resolution calling on Mayor Brandon Scott and the council to create a public fund supporting local reproductive health organizations.

Epicenter Opens As 6-5 Favorite In Preakness Stakes, Draws Post 8

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Kentucky Derby runner-up Epicenter was set Monday as the 6-5 morning line favorite for the Preakness Stakes, which will be run without Rich Strike.

Maryland Weather: Severe Storms Yielded Hail But Sunny Days Are Ahead

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A cold front that crossed the region on Monday afternoon finally exited the east coast and out over the Atlantic during the night.

Yankees Beat Orioles 6-2 To Extend AL East Lead To 5 1/2

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Jose Trevino gave the New York Yankees one of the few things they've been lacking lately — some power from the catcher position.

Rowboat Rescue: Baltimore’s Firefighters Saved Three People From The Water Monday

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Baltimore's firefighters rescued three people from a rowboat in distress on Monday, according to the local firefighter's union.

One Juvenile Stabbed And Another Arrested After Stabbing Inside Havre De Grace Restaurant

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Havre de Grace Police have arrested a juvenile male who allegedly stabbed another juvenile male inside of a restaurant on Pulaski Highway Monday, according to authorities.

Hogan, Ferguson And Jones Sign Transportation, Insulin Bills Into Law

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In addition to the $4 billion capital budget signed Monday, HB 1397 caps the copay or coinsurance of insulin to “no more than $30 for a 30-day supply.”

How A Maryland Woman’s Love Of Legos Extended Her Relationship With Her Mother

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Chances are you or someone you know grew up playing with Legos. But did you know that these small, colorful building blocks can also be beneficial for people who are dealing with dementia?

Lt. Richard Collins III Honored After He Was Murdered On Maryland College Campus

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A young African American man who was murdered by a white man at the University of Maryland College Park campus was honored on Monday.

Baltimore Woman Says Teenage Son Was Killed On Junior Prom Night

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Baltimore’s violence has claimed the life of a teen on his prom night.

DPW Says Temporary Reduction Of Recycling Collection Has Improved Efficiency

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Crews with the Baltimore Department of Public Works are now able to complete 100% of their routes, bringing more predictability to collections, the agency said Monday.

Catherine Pugh Filling-In As Host For Baltimore Radio Show

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Former Baltimore mayor Catherine Pugh is set to host the WOLB "Larry Young" radio show Monday morning at 7:00 a.m.

Maryland Weather: Alert Day, Severe Afternoon Thunderstorms

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Watch for thunderstorms in the viewing area this afternoon (especially after 4 or 5 p.m.) that could bring damaging wind gusts in excess of 60 mph, hail and possibly even a tornado.

First Alert Forecast: Severe Thunderstorms May Move Into The Area Monday

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Storms that have developed in Western Maryland this afternoon will weaken as they move east by tonight.

Van Hollen Suffered Minor Stroke In Western Maryland Over The Weekend

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Sen. Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.) announced on Sunday night that he had a minor stroke while delivering a speech in Western Maryland over the weekend.

Up To $16K Reward Offered For Tips About Murder Of East Baltimore Pregnant Woman And Fiancé

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Metro Crime Stoppers is offering a cash reward to anyone with information that will lead investigators to the person or people who killed a pregnant woman and her fiancé in East Baltimore.

Formula Shortage Could Last Months Before Stocks Replenished

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Parents are scouring store shelves and enlisting friends and family from out of state to find baby formula for their children amid a nationwide shortage.

Baltimore Expert: Maryland General Assembly Will Likely Re-Examine Gun Regulations After Buffalo Shooting

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A Supermarket in Buffalo, New York, became the scene of another mass shooting on Saturday.

27-Year-Old Woman Found Shot Inside Vehicle In Baltimore County

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Baltimore County Police are investigating a shooting that killed a 27-year-old person in the White Marsh area, according to authorities.

Morgan State Among 6 Black Colleges Getting Cybersecurity Centers

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Morgan State University is one of six historically Black universities that will be getting the first IBM cybersecurity centers aimed at training underrepresented communities, according to the company.

Baltimore County Police Seek Missing Woman With Cognitive Impairment

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Baltimore County Police are looking for a missing elderly woman who suffers from cognitive impairment.

Cabrera Homers, Skubal Strikes Out 11 As Tigers Top Orioles

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Miguel Cabrera blasted his 505th career home run, Tarik Skubal equaled his career high with 11 strikeouts, and the Detroit Tigers completed their first series sweep this season by defeating the Baltimore Orioles 5-1 on Sunday.

Baltimore Criminologist Says City Suffers From “Gun Epidemic”

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This week alone, Baltimore has seen several shootings—including two mass shootings in a single day.

Baltimore Lawmakers Ask City Council President Nick Mosby To Return Donations That Violate Ethics Law

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A group of Baltimore city council members is asking Council President Nick Mosby to return the money collected by a fund that was created to cover his legal expenses, according to the Baltimore Banner.

BCFD Engine Companies That Lost Firefighters To Deadly Fire Receive Awards At DC Parade

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Baltimore's firefighters received two awards after participating in a parade in Washington DC on Saturday, according to the local firefighter's union.

Pineda Exits After Being Hit By Liner, Tigers Blank O’s 3-0

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Tigers starter Michael Pineda exited early after being hit in the hand by a line drive and the Detroit bullpen did the rest, teaming on a four-hitter to beat the Baltimore Orioles 3-0 Saturday.

Abortion Rights Backers Rally In Anger Over Post-Roe Future

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Abortion rights supporters demonstrating at hundreds of marches and rallies Saturday expressed their outrage that the Supreme Court will soon scrap the constitutional right to abortion that has endured for nearly a half-century and their fear about what that could mean for women’s reproductive choices.

Baltimore Defense Attorney Loses Bid For New Trial

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A prominent Baltimore defense attorney has lost his bid for a new trial on charges of money laundering for a drug organization.

Maryland Forecast: Isolated Thunderstorm Possible

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Lots of clouds for your Saturday with a few showers and perhaps an isolated thunderstorm.

First Alert Forecast: Severe Storms Expected Monday

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An Alert Day has been issue for Monday with strong and potentially damaging storms expected in the afternoon.

First Alert Forecast: Expect A Severe Storm Threat On Monday

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Expect mostly cloudy skies overnight with patchy fog and a slight chance for drizzle or light showers.

Family, Friends Mourn Pregnant Woman Who Gave Birth And Died After East Baltimore Shooting

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It has been two days since a pregnant woman and her fiancé were murdered outside of their home on 23rd Street in East Baltimore on Thursday.

Woman Arrested, Accused Of Throwing Molotov Cocktails At Maryland Homes

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Deputy State Fire Marshals have arrested a Prince Georges County woman for allegedly throwing Molotov cocktails at two buildings in Maryland, according to authorities.

Cabrera Leads Tigers To 4-2 Win Over Orioles

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Miguel Cabrera doubled and homered to help the slumping Detroit Tigers beat the Baltimore Orioles 4-2 on Friday night.

‘Ending The Silence’: Getting Past The Stigma Associated With Mental Illness

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Mental health impacts all of us, but it’s often hard to talk about.

Late-Bloomer Cicadas Will Be Rising From The Dirt In Maryland

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People in Maryland may have thought they wouldn’t see cicadas for another 17 years after the insects rose from the ground to bask in the sunlight during the pandemic.

Loved Ones Remember Pregnant Woman Murdered In East Baltimore; Baby In Critical Condition

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Police have identified a pregnant woman killed in a Thursday night drive-by shooting in Baltimore as 38-year-old Angel Morgan Heather Smith.

Morgan State University President Implements Mask Mandate For School-Sanctioned Events

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Morgan State University is instituting a mask mandate for university-sanctioned indoor events and activities in response to the increasing number of COVID-19 cases in Maryland.

Baltimore City Health Commissioner Concerned About Rising COVID-19 Cases

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At this very moment, the United States is approaching a very grim milestone of one million deaths due to COVID-19.

Baby Formula Shortage Fueling Spike In Milk Bank Interest

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The U.S. baby formula shortage has sparked a surge of interest at milk banks around the U.S. with some mothers offering to donate breast milk and desperate parents calling to see if it’s a solution to keep their babies fed.

79-Year-Old Man Shot In Carrollton Ridge Friday, Police Say

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A 79-year-old man was shot in the leg near a laundromat in Southwest Baltimore on Friday, according to authorities.

The Jewish Community Center’s Block Party Bounces Back From The Pandemic

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The Jewish Community Center’s annual block party is finally back after a two-year hiatus.

19-Year-Old Young Man Shot At Federal Hill Restaurant, Officials Say

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A 19-year-old young man was shot in the chest at Sweet Peaz Southern Kitchen on S. Charles Street late Friday afternoon, police and City Councilman Eric Costello said.

Crisis Counselors Fan Out In Neighborhood Rocked By Baltimore Couple’s Murders

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Crisis counselors on Friday made their rounds in the Barclay neighborhood, offering support to the neighbors of a couple killed in a drive-by the night before.

Kentucky Derby Runner Happy Jack Joins Preakness Field; Epicenter Considered The Favorite

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The 3-year-old colt is the son of Oxbow, who came to Pimlico Race Course in 2013 with two wins to his name and won the Preakness wire-to-wire at 15-1.

Governor Hogan Receives Second COVID Booster Shot, Urges Marylanders To Get Vaccinated

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Gov. Larry Hogan and First Lady Yumi Hogan received their second COVID-19 vaccine booster shots today.

Phone Scammers Posing As Baltimore City Sheriff’s Office, Asking For Money To Clear Warrants

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Phone scammers are posing as officials from the Baltimore City Sheriff’s Office and claiming they need money to clear an arrest warrant, the Baltimore Police Department said Friday.

Man, 34, Killed In Baltimore County Motorcycle Wreck

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A 34-year-old man died Thursday night after wrecking his motorcycle in Baltimore County, authorities said.

1 Woman Killed, Another Hurt In Head-On Crash In Elkton

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One woman was killed and another injured Friday morning in a head-on crash in Elkton, authorities said.

McDonald’s Employee Killed In ‘Targeted’ Shooting In Gambrills

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A 23-year-old McDonald's employee was shot and killed Friday morning inside a Gambrills location of the fast food restaurant

Where’s Marty? Visiting Willowdale Farm & Farmacy Brewing

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With Preakness Week within our grasp, today we decided to kick things off with a visit to Willowdale Farm in Butler

Maryland Lands Georgetown G Donald Carey

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As a senior last season, the 6-foot-5 Carey averaged 13.5 points per game, 4.4 rebounds and 2.9 assists for the Hoyas and head coach Patrick Ewing.

Maryland Weather: Gloomy & Wet Friday The 13th

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Clouds and drizzle are in full force on this Friday the 13th.

Carroll County Public Schools To Hold Meeting On Former Volleyball Coach Facing Child Porn Charges

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School administrators, a victim specialist with the FBI's Baltimore office and a counselor with Springboard Community Services will provide an update on the case and discuss trauma response and peer support, according to an email sent to parents.

Former Mayor Pugh Talks With The Afro About Her Time In Prison, Return To Baltimore

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Former Mayor Catherine Pugh, 72, talked with The Afro about her 19-month stint in the Federal Correctional Institution in Aliceville, Alabama. and how she plans to make a resurgence in Baltimore.

18-Year-Old Killed, 2 Others Wounded In String Of Friday The 13th Shootings, Baltimore Police Say

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Homicide detectives are investigating the shooting death of an 18-year-old man, one of three shootings that played out across Baltimore early Friday, and the discovery of a body inside a vacant home, authorities said.

Maryland Forecast: More Wet Weather Is On The Way

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Friday dawned with a touch of drizzle, low clouds, and a touch of light rain overnight.

2 Charged With Attempted Murder In Lansdowne Double Shooting, Police Say

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Two men are under arrest in the shooting this week in Lansdowne that sent two people to the hospital.

Man Found Dead Inside Vacant South Baltimore Home, Police Say

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A man was found dead early Friday inside a vacant home in South Baltimore, authorities said.

Local Parents Worry For Their Infants’ Safety As Baby Formula Shortage Worsens

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Manufacturers said they are producing at full capacity, but it's not enough to keep up with demand.

Baby Delivered After Pregnant Woman, Man Killed In North Baltimore Drive-By Shooting

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Both the woman and the newborn baby are in "grave" condition, Harrison said. The baby's condition is due to early delivery.

Impaired Driver Charged With Homicide After Striking, Killing Woman In Glen Burnie, Police Say

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Police said the woman was stopped in the shoulder due to a flat tire.

City Council President Mosby Violated Ethics Law By Accepting Donations From Legal Defense Fund, Board Finds

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The Baltimore City Board of Ethics on Thursday said City Council President Nick Mosby violated the city's ethics law when he accepted donations to cover his legal expenses and those of his wife, Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby.

‘Fix Them Up’: Residents Demanding Action On Almost 15,000 Vacant Homes In Baltimore As City Tries To Curb Violence

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There are almost 15,000 vacant homes across Baltimore, but officials say that number is slowly going down.

Ravens 2022 Schedule Released: Baltimore To Play Christmas Eve, New Year’s Day

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The Ravens will play Christmas Eve against the Falcons, and New Year's Day against the Steelers.

Baltimore Leadership School For Young Women Celebrates 100% College Acceptance Rate Streak

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The school has had a 100% college acceptance for seven years in a row.

1 Of 2 Runaway Barges Pulled From Potomac To Shore

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A larger barge is still in place in the remnants of another dam, where it is being monitored around the clock.

Gov. Hogan Questions Baltimore’s Crime Prevention Strategy After 2 Mass Shootings

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Gov. Larry Hogan, who hass met with the mayor and police commissioner, is now publicly asking the question of if the city's crime prevention strategy is working.

Orioles Top Cardinals 3-2, Rylan Bannon Singles On 1st Big League Pitch

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Rylan Bannon became just the third Baltimore player since 2000 to get a hit on the first pitch of his big league career, Jorge Mateo and Anthony Bemboom homered and the Orioles beat the St. Louis Cardinals 3-2 on Thursday.

Universities, Local Governments Diverge In COVID-19 Response As Key Metrics Rise

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Colleges across the region are taking precautionary steps as COVID-19 metrics rise.

Grassroots Organizer Calls For Community Effort To Stop Crime After Mass Shootings In Baltimore

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In the middle of the day Tuesday, someone with an assault rifle fired more than 60 shots on North Rose Street, shooting four people.

Kentucky Derby Winner Rich Strike Will No Longer Run In Preakness Stakes, Owner Says

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In a statement released by the Maryland Jockey Club, owner Rick Dawson said the horse will continue to rest and point to the third and final leg of the Triple Crown, the Belmont Stakes.

Republicans Call For DOJ To Enforce Law That Would Bar Abortion Rights Demonstrators From Protesting At Justices’ Homes

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The governors' letter comes amid questions about whether local or state authorities could bring prosecutions under state law, like a Virginia law prohibiting picketing that "disrupts" an individual's "right to tranquility in his home."

Gov. Hogan Pays Tribute To Troopers Killed In Line Of Duty At Fallen Heroes Ceremony

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Gov. Larry Hogan, members of the Maryland State Police and relatives gathered on Thursday to pay tribute to the 43 state troopers killed in the line of duty.

Police ID Homicide Victim Found At Scene Of Baltimore House Fire

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Police have identified a man found dead at the scene of a Baltimore house fire over the weekend.

Gov. Hogan Signs Bills To Shore Up Maryland’s Cybersecurity

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Gov. Larry Hogan signed measures to strengthen cybersecurity in state and local governments in Maryland on Thursday, after lawmakers approved legislation and big investments this year to protect vital systems against cyberattacks.

Cardin Introduces Bill Expanding Protection Programs For Migratory Birds, Including Baltimore Oriole

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U.S. Sen. Ben Cardin (D-Md.) and U.S. Sen. Rob Portman (R-Ohio) on Thursday introduced legislation seeking to expand conservation programs helping 380 species of migratory birds, including Maryland's state bird, the Baltimore Oriole.

Talking Mental Health Awareness With LifeBridge Health

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May is Mental Health Awareness Month. In recognition of that, WJZ's Linh Bui spoke with Dr. Drew Pate, chief of psychiatry at LifeBridge Health, about how the pandemic affected people mentally, such as the impact of stress and anxiety on children, and ways we can improve our mental health.

Baltimore County Animal Services Waives Dog Adoption Fees

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The usual adoption fee for a dog at the shelter is $50

Icelandair To Start Nonstop Service Between BWI And Reykjavik This Week

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Starting Friday, Icelandair will offer nonstop service between BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport and Reykjavik, Iceland, allowing travelers to reach multiple cities in Europe.

Baltimore City Launches Website For Summer Camps, Job Opportunities, Learning Activities & Meal Assistance

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Baltimore City leaders on Thursday promoted the launch of the B'More Summer Information Hub, a resource for opportunities for young people over the summer.

Police Make Attempted Murder Arrest In Central Baltimore Shooting

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A Baltimore man is under arrest in connection to a shooting last week that sent another man to the hospital.

Maryland Weather: Cloudy With A Chance For A Drizzle

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Spotty drizzle is possible south and east of the Baltimore area.

Where’s Marty? Getting Spooky With Bennett’s Curse Before Friday The 13th

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With Friday the 13th looming, Marty visited Bennett's Curse Haunted House at Eastpoint Mall in Dundalk.

ReBUILD Metro On A Mission To Tackle Baltimore’s Vacant Housing Problem

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A local nonprofit organization is on a mission to reduce the number of vacant homes throughout Baltimore City.

23-Year-Old Man Receives Two Life Sentences After Admitting To Strangling Women

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Christopher Tyson admitted to strangling the two women, ages 21 and 37, after soliciting them for sex in separate March 2021 incidents.

Man Seriously Injured In Southern Baltimore Shooting, Police Say

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A man was hospitalized Thursday morning with serious injuries following a shooting in southern Baltimore.

Man Killed In Columbia Crash Involving Stolen Vehicle, Police Say

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A man was killed early Thursday when he crashed a stolen car into a tree in Columbia, authorities said.

Orioles Routed 10-1 By Cardinals On Strong Mikolas Outing

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Juan Yepez homered and Miles Mikolas pitched seven strong innings, leading the St. Louis Cardinals to a 10-1 win over the Baltimore Orioles on Wednesday night.

Maryland Weather: Spotty Drizzle Possible Thursday

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We do not see anywhere near the amount of rain new saw last weekend, nor the chill either.

Two Mass Shootings Hours Apart In Baltimore; Friend Of Murder Victim Describes Final Moments

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The victim’s girlfriend of 12 years told WJZ Investigator Mike Hellgren he was killed less than a month before his birthday.

Carroll County Students Protest School Board Policy That Would Prohibit Pride Flags

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Students protesting told WJZ they deal with harassment on a daily basis, and want their schools to feel more exclusive.

Govs. Hogan, Youngkin Call On Feds To Take Lead In Securing Supreme Court Justices’ Homes

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The Senate passed legislation Monday to beef up security for Supreme Court justices, ensuring they and their families are protected in light of the leak.

Port Of Baltimore Welcomes E-Commerce Focused ZIM Shipping Line

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Local and state officials gathered Wednesday at the Port of Baltimore to welcome a ZIM Shipping Line, a shipping carrier focused on e-commerce, to the port.

Maryland Board Of Public Works Approves Transfer Of Spring Grove Hospital Center To UMBC

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By a vote of 2-1, the Maryland Board of Public Works on Wednesday approved transferring the campus of Spring Grove Hospital Center, a 375-bed psychiatric hospital in Catonsville, to the neighboring University of Maryland, Baltimore County.

Crash Involving Tractor Trailer On I-70 In Baltimore County Leaves 3 Hospitalized

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The department said there are "multiple patients" and an entrapment.

Units Respond To Curtis Bay House Fire, Union Says

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The fire is at a two-story row home in Curtis Bay, the union said.

14-Year-Old Among 5 Victims In NW Baltimore Shooting Tuesday, Police Say

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A teenager was among the victims in the second mass shooting Tuesday in Baltimore.

Former Maryland Priest Gets 22 Years For Abuse

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A statement posted on the archdiocese’s website said Cristancho has not been permitted to function as a priest in the archdiocese since 2002 when he refused an assignment to another parish.

Teen Shot In Madison Park Neighborhood Of Baltimore

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Both victims are expected to survive, police said.

McElderry Park Residents Reeling After Mass Shooting Injures 4

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Researchers with the Johns Hopkins Center for Gun Solutions say the violence is concentrated in neighborhoods that have experienced economic issues and had issues with racism in the past.

Police Make Arrest In Murder Of Baltimore Mother

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A 36-year-old man is under arrest in a deadly double shooting last month in southern Baltimore, authorities said.

Maryland Weather: Pleasant Day, Tracking Weekend Rain

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A pleasant day in store for us today! Sunshine with patchy clouds.

Three Injured, One Killed In East Baltimore Mass Shooting

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A man died and three people were injured after a mass shooting Tuesday afternoon in East Baltimore, police said.

Emergent BioSolutions Ruined 400M Vaccine Doses, More Than Previously Known, According To Congressional Report

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A new congressional report claims Baltimore-based Emergent BioSolutions ruined many more COVID-19 doses than were previously reported, and there were possibly attempts to try to hide that amount.

4 Adults And 1 Juvenile Shot In Northwest Baltimore, Police Say

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Five people were shot in Northwest Baltimore on Tuesday night, marking the second mass shooting in the city within twelve hours.

Maryland To Send $5M Medical Aid Package To Ukraine

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Gov. Hogan said the plan developed after he spoke two weeks ago with the Mayor of Odesa, a major Ukrainian port city with a long-standing sister city relationship with Baltimore.

Supply Chain Issues Cause Shortage Of Baby Formula, Price Hikes For Fertilizer

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Economists say high fertilizer prices may have an impact on the global food supply.

Tick That Causes Red Meat Allergy Becoming More Common In Maryland

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A tick that can make people allergic to red meat called the lone star tick is becoming more common in Maryland.

Maryland Weather: Spring Rain Will Return To The State

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BALTIMORE (WJZ) — For the second day in a row, the Baltimore area was treated to beautiful blue skies, low humidity, and pleasant temperatures.  The high was 74 degrees, which is exactly normal for May 10.  On Wednesday and Thursday, a few clouds will appear in the southern part of Maryland and on the Eastern […]

Mullins, Nevin Power Orioles To 5-3 Win Over Cardinals

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Cedric Mullins and Tyler Nevin each homered and Kyle Bradish struck out 11 over seven strong innings, leading the Baltimore Orioles to a 5-3 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals on Tuesday night.

Baltimore County Police Investigate Double Shooting In Lansdowne

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Baltimore County Police are investigating a shooting that injured two people in Lansdowne, Maryland, according to authorities.

9-Year-Old Girl Found In Edgemere After Reported Abduction

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A 9-year-old girl was found safe Tuesday night in Baltimore County hours after she was abducted, authorities said.

Baltimore Detectives Need Help Finding Man Who Shot Girlfriend, Police Say

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Baltimore detectives are searching for a man who allegedly shot his girlfriend, according to authorities.

US Has The Highest Rate Of Gun-related Deaths In More Than 25 Years, New CDC Data Shows

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The rate of gun-related deaths in the US appears to be getting worse.

Ravens Sign RB Mike Davis, Adding Depth After 2021 Injuries To Dobbins, Edwards And Hill; Team Cuts Ty’Son Williams

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The Baltimore Ravens have signed former Atlanta Falcons running back Mike Davis, adding depth to a position where the top two starters are still recovering from season-ending ACL tears.

Local Schools Grapple With COVID-19 Outbreaks As Cases Climb

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A medical expert at Johns Hopkins explained that various school districts will handle outbreaks differently.

A New Deadly Bird Flu Variant Has Arrived In Maryland

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There are concerns across the country tonight about a very contagious and deadly variant of Bird Flu called H5N1.

2021 Death Of 1-Year-Old Upgraded To Homicide, Police Say

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The 2021 death of a 1-year-old baby has been changed to a homicide following an autopsy and toxicology test, Baltimore police said.

Baltimore City Public Schools Names Commodore John Rodgers’ Berol Dewdney Teacher Of The Year

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Baltimore City Schools CEO Sonja Santelises said what stands out about Dewdney is her leadership and her understanding of the science of how kids learn.

Port Discovery & Pratt Library Launch “Ticket To Discovery” Book Club

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The Enoch Pratt Free Library and Port Discovery Children's Museum have launched a Ticket to Discovery Book Club, according to museum staff.

Baltimore City Health Commissioner ‘Strongly’ Recommends Indoor Masking, But Mandate Has Not Been Reinstated

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"I am strongly recommending that masks be worn indoors or in public settings regardless of vaccination status," she said.

Where’s Marty? Touring The Otterbein Cookies Factory, And Somehow Not Eating One

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Ben Otterbein is very current and growing the business like the founder may never have imagined, but he is determined that this Baltimore institution will NEVER lose its local roots.

Premier League Clubs Arsenal, Everton To Play In Baltimore This Summer, Bolstering City’s World Cup Bid

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BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Baltimore Ravens announced Tuesday they will be hosting a pre-season match this summer between English Premier League clubs Arsenal and Everton. The Charm City Match will happen at M&T Bank Stadium on July 16, and tickets go on sale to the public starting Thursday, May 12, through TicketMaster starting at 10 […]

Making An Imprint: Loyola University Maryland Home To Apprentice House Press, Nation’s First Student-Run Book Publisher

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For the past 15 years, Loyola University Maryland has been home to the Apprentice House Press, the nation’s first student-run publishing company.

MD Sportsbooks Handle $26.9M, State Receives $415K Contribution

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Live Casino! & Hotel saw the most action, with $13.3 million in bets placed. Winning tickets brought back $11.7 million to the bettors.

Missing Man’s Body Found In Salisbury, Death Ruled Homicide

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Police said Polk was last seen alive on Feb. 25 and was reported missing to police the next day.

Maryland Weather: A Bright And Breezy Tuesday

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More sunshine in store with a gradual warm up on the way.

Capitals Lose To Panthers In Overtime In Game 4, Tie Series

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The Florida Panthers finally delivered a little of that magic in the postseason, and not a minute too late.

Vacants and Violence: Neighbors Call For Action After Body With Gunshot Wounds Found In Burning Baltimore Home

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Firefighters made a horrifying discovery once inside the row home that caught fire in Southwest Baltimore Sunday: the body of a man with gunshot wounds.

One Man Shot, Killed In East Baltimore Monday, Police Say

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Homicide detectives are investigating a deadly shooting that occurred in East Baltimore on Monday, according to authorities.

Maryland Lawmakers Steer $4 Million To Bowie State University’s Innovation Center And Research

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Bowie State University will receive $4 million in funding from Congress for its innovation center and for the development of a new laboratory for hydroponics research.

Maryland Weather: Showers Will Return To Maryland After A Few Sunny Days

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The storm that brought the rain last Friday and Saturday will be moving westward toward the U.S. coast by the end of the week.

Senate Passes Bill To Boost Security For Supreme Court

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The Senate passed legislation Monday to beef up security for Supreme Court justices, ensuring they and their families are protected as the court deliberates abortion access and whether to overturn the landmark Roe v. Wade decision.

Columbia Man Admits To Sexually Abusing Stepdaughter, Gets 8 Years In Prison

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A 64-year-old Columbia man pleaded guilty to sexually abusing his stepdaughter in front of a Howard County judge today, according to state authorities.

WJZ’s Furever Friend: Dahlia

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This week’s WJZ Furever Friend is Hachi.

A New COVID-19 Wave Could Sweep Across Maryland This Fall

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The new number of COVID-19 cases reported across the state on Monday is the highest it's been since January, and there are more than 250 hospitalizations for the first time since early March, according to data from the Maryland Department of Health.

Maryland Law Enforcement Prepares For Violent Protests Over Supreme Court Draft Opinion

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Heightened concerns over the fear of violence breaking out triggered by the Supreme Court’s leaked draft opinion to potentially overturn federal protections of abortion rights has some churches, clinics and conservative Justices working with state and local law enforcement.

Michelle Obama Dons UMBC Shirt For College Signing Day, Boosting Sales And Pride

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Michelle Obama launched national College Signing Day in 2015 to promote education after high school.

White House Warns Against ‘Violence, Threats, Or Vandalism’ After Protests Outside Supreme Court Justices Maryland Homes

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Over the weekend, pro-abortion rights protesters gathered outside the private homes of Justice Brett Kavanaugh and Chief Justice John Roberts in Chevy Chase, Maryland, outside Washington, DC.

BWI Reopens Express Parking Lot, Adding 1,400 Spots

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At a rate of $10 per day, the lot offers a parking option close and convenient to the airport terminal with frequent shuttle service.

Rich Strike Resting Before Possible Preakness Run, Field Starts To Take Shape

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Fresh off his historic Kentucky Derby win, Rich Strike is getting some rest ahead of a potential bid for the second jewel in horse racing's Triple Crown, the Preakness Stakes.

Former Owings Mills PE Teacher, Carroll County Volleyball Coach Faces Child Porn Charges

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According to the sheriff's office, the suspect used different Snapchat accounts to send, receive, and solicit explicit photographs and videos of underage girls.

Reward Announced For Information In Jan. Death Of Woman Shot In Catonsville Parking Lot

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Police said investigators know there were numerous patrons in the parking lot of the shopping center when the shooting happened.

Community Assistance Network Opens Newly Renovated Dundalk Location

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The goal is to eventually provide online ordering options at other CAN locations for clients in the future, the organization's executive director said.

Orioles Cruise Past Royals 6-1, Behind Wells, 6-Run Fifth

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Tyler Wells pitched six strong innings to earn his first victory of the season.

BARCS Seeks Owner Of Cat Burned, Rescued From Car Engine In Reservoir Hill

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Firefighters rescued a cat that was making a strange yowling sound from inside of a car parked in Reservoir Hill on Thursday, according to the staff at BARCS Animal Shelter.

Old Bay Seasoned Goldfish Hitting Shelves This Month

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The crackers are now available at the McCormick Shop online for $5.58 per pack with a limit of two packs per customer.

James Webb Space Telescope Captures Sharp Views Of Invisible Light

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The highly anticipated first science images by the world's premier space observatory aren't expected until this summer.

Johns Hopkins COVID-19 Modelers Do Not Anticipate Big ‘Wave,’ Despite Uptick

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COVID-19 cases continue to pile up in Maryland and the state’s positivity rate hovers above 6%. But even as cases rise, risk of serious illness remains low.

Former FDA Commissioner Margaret Hamburg To Address Graduates At JHU Bloomberg School Of Public Health 2022 Graduation

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Appointed by former President Barack Obama, Dr. Hamburg served as the second woman to head the United States Food and Drug Administration from 2009 to 2015.

Where’s Marty? Following The Harford County Barn Quilt Trail

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Harford County has done something pretty cool. It's called the Quilt Trail. We first heard about it while visiting Broom's Bloom Dairy in Bel Air back in March. I noticed a large painting on the gable of their main barn that looked like a quilt, and go figure, it's part of the trail.

Hogan Appoints Horacio Tablada To Head Maryland Department of the Environment

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Tablada is the deputy secretary of the department and has worked as a state regulator since 1985, Hogan said

State Board To Consider Transferring Spring Grove Hospital Center To UMBC

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Many of the facilities at Spring Grove Hospital Center are "functionally obsolete, and the cost to re-capitalize these facilities would be cost-prohibitive," according to the board agenda.

Man Charged With Attempted Murder In East Baltimore Shooting

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Antionne Johnson Jr., 30, is charged with attempted first-degree murder in the May 4 shooting.

2 Barges Break Free In Flooding, Float Down The Potomac

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The Potomac rose to more than 19.5 feet (5.9 meters) in Williamsport early Sunday from just above 4 feet (1.2 meters) early Thursday morning, according to National Weather Service data.

20 State And Territorial Democratic Parties Intend To Apply For Early 2024 Presidential Calendar Slots

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The Rules and Bylaws Committee of the Democratic National Committee, which is tasked with determining the party's nominating process, voted last month to open up an application process for states that want to hold contests early.

Maryland Weather: Mostly Sunny To Kick Off The Workweek

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Our second week of May is off to a pleasant start.

Mayor Scott & Lawmakers Tout Funding To Expand Internet Access For Baltimore’s Seniors

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Local and federal officials on Monday touted millions of dollars in federal investments in Baltimore City that will go toward expanding internet access for seniors and bring them up to speed on telemedicine.

COVID-19 In Maryland: 1,845 New Cases Reported, Hospitalizations Increase To 252

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The seven-day positivity rate for COVID-19 dipped slightly to 5.99%. According to the CDC's COVID-19 Community Levels, all 24 jurisdictions in Maryland still have a "Low" rate of transmission.

Body Camera Footage Release Delayed In Fatal Shooting Of Man By Harford County Deputies

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Once the release of the video will not compromise the investigation, the Attorney General's Office will make the body-worn camera footage publically available.

Biden Launches Program To Provide Discounted Internet Service

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The Biden administration announced on Monday that 20 internet companies have agreed to provide discounted service to people with low incomes, a program that could effectively make tens of millions of households eligible for free service through an already existing federal subsidy.

Man With Gunshot Wounds Found In Southwest Baltimore House Fire

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Baltimore's firefighters have rescued a person from a house fire in the 300 block of Furrow Street, according to authorities.

Pikesville Synagogue Members Head To Moldova To Help Ukrainian Refugees

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Nine members of the Beth Tfiloh Congregation in Pikesville are heading off to Moldova to support the thousands of Ukrainian refugees who are passing through the country.

Casey Cares Foundation Makes Mother’s Day Special For Moms With Critically Ill Children

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The Casey Cares Foundation hosted about 100 people on Mother’s Day, including Tina Campbell and her family.

Rosedale Fire Damages Home On Mother’s Day

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Baltimore County Fire officials say they were called to a home in the 800 block of Chesaco Ave around 11a.m. Saturday morning for a report of a fire.

Five People Injured After Multiple Vehicles Collide On U.S. Route 50 In Maryland

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Five people were injured after multiple vehicles collided on  U.S. Route 50 on Sunday, according to authorities.

Zimmermann Leads Orioles Past Royals 4-2 To Earn DH Split

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Bruce Zimmermann threw six effective innings and Baltimore Orioles beat the Kansas City Royals 4-2 to earn a doubleheader split on Sunday.

Homa Steady In Sunday Duel, Gets 4th Tour Win At Wells Fargo

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Max Homa played solid, steady golf during a week of cold, wet conditions and a back-and-forth Sunday duel with Keegan Bradley, closing with a 2-under 68 for a two-shot victory in the Wells Fargo Championship.

EXPLAINER: How 81-1 Shot Rich Strike Won The Kentucky Derby

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This doesn’t happen. Horses at odds of nearly 81-1 don’t win the Kentucky Derby. Jockeys who have never won any big stakes race of any kind don’t win the Kentucky Derby. Owners with fewer than 10 career wins don’t win the Kentucky Derby.

Taylor, Royals Rally Past Error-Prone O’s To Open Twinbill

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Michael Taylor hit a tiebreaking single in the ninth inning after a pair of two-out Baltimore errors, giving the Kansas City Royals a 6-4 win over the Orioles in the first game of a doubleheader on Sunday.

Rich Strike’s Team Considering Preakness Options After Upset

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Rich Strike’s stunning Kentucky Derby upset has the sports world buzzing and led to a sleepless night of celebration that Eric Reed was still recovering from Sunday morning.

James “Traffic Jam Jimmy” Uhrin Dies At 65, Family Says

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James Uhrin, known in Baltimore as “Traffic Jam” Jimmy, died of a heart attack on Saturday morning, according to his family.

GBMC Sonographer Holding Online Fundraiser To Send Medicine To Ukrainian Families

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A Greater Baltimore Medical Center ultrasound technician is doing her part this Mother’s Day weekend to help out mothers and their families in Ukraine.

Maryland State Police Joins Agencies In Campaign To Protect First Responders

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The Maryland State Police is joining agencies across the country in a national campaign aimed at keeping first responders safe.

Man Pleads Guilty To Stealing $1.8M From Maryland Company

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A man has pleaded guilty to the theft of more than $1.8 million from the Maryland company where he worked, according to a federal prosecutor.

Maryland Man Sentenced To Prison For Producing Child Porn

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A federal judge has sentenced a Maryland man to 20 years in prison and a lifetime of supervised release for production of child pornography, according to a prosecutor.

Maryland Weather: Expect Rain Showers On Mother’s Day

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It will continue to rain across the Baltimore area tonight and through Sunday morning as an upper-level area of low-pressure spins over the region.

Bradley Goes Low In Mud Again, Leads Wells Fargo By 2

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Keegan Bradley did nothing special on the only easy scoring day this week at the Wells Fargo Championship, opening with an even-par 70 that left him around the cut line.

Kentucky Derby Updates | Rich Strike Finishes First In Derby

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Bettors are throwing their money behind Epicenter and Taiba, toppling Zandon as Kentucky Derby favorite less than 75 minutes before the scheduled 6:57 p.m. post time.

Orioles, Royals Rained Out For Second Straight Day

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The Baltimore Orioles have postponed their scheduled game against the Kansas City Royals on Saturday due to inclement weather, according to team staff.

Kentucky Derby Pick: Taiba Will Rise Above His Inexperience

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Ah, the traditions of Kentucky Derby day. Mint juleps. Ornate hats. The garland of roses that will be draped across the winner. Those have all been part of the show at Churchill Downs on the first Saturday in May for decades.

ALERT DAY: Flood Warning In Effect Until 5pm

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A flood warning has been issued for portions of central and northern Maryland until 5pm Saturday evening.

Off-Duty Officer Injured But Not Shot In Parkville Double Shooting, Police Say

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Two people remain hospitalized following a shooting involving an off-duty officer Thursday evening in Parkville, authorities said Friday.

Maryland Zoo Welcomes Giant Animatronic Dinosaurs To Grounds

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The animatronics are by Dino Don Inc., which is one of the world’s leading makers of robotic dinosaurs, the zoo said.

Delle Donne Has 21 Points In WNBA Opener, Mystics Beat Fever

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Delle Donne played just three games the previous two seasons because of COVID-19 concerns and back issues. The former league MVP was 8 of 16 from the floor in 30 minutes.

Preakness An Option For Secret Oath After Kentucky Oaks Win, Lukas Says

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D. Wayne Lukas, a six-time Preakness winner, said Friday evening the 2022 Preakness Stakes in Baltimore is an option now for the filly.

Police Offer $10K Reward For Info In Fatal Columbia Shooting

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Police said they do not believe the shooting was random.

FDA Limits Who Can Receive Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine Over Rare Blood Clots

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At the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, the single-shot COVID-19 vaccine was seen as a game-changer.

Dog Shot After Attacking Baltimore Officers, Police Say

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A Baltimore police officer shot a dog after it attacked two officers while they were trying to make an arrest on Friday, police said.

At Least Ten Shot, Two Killed Since Monday in Baltimore; Mayor, Commissioner Address Juvenile Crime

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City leaders are reacting to the growing number of young people involved in crime.

High Gas Prices Have Been Hitting Independent Truckers Hard, Local Driver Says

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Some independent truck drivers are also getting paid less to drive now, even as gas prices skyrocket

AG Identifies Person Fatally Shot By Baltimore County Police In Essex And Officers Who Fired Weapons

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A unit within the Maryland Attorney General’s office identified the person fatally shot by police Wednesday in Essex as 39-year-old Ralph Picarello III, of Essex.

Jason Day Handles Rain, Expands Lead At TPC Potomac

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Jason Day expected a grind and got one, shooting a 3-under 67 in steady rain on Friday to expand his lead to three shots.

20 Horses, Full House: Kentucky Derby Returns With No Limits

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After two years of COVID-19 restrictions, the Derby returns in all its noisy, colorful glory.

Mfume Tests Positive For COVID-19, Says He’s Not Experiencing Symptoms

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"I am fully vaccinated, boosted, and thankful for the robust protection the vaccine has provided," he said in a statement.

Hiking Trails Near Fisherman’s Park Closed To Prevent Spread Of Avian Flu After Over 100 Birds Found Dead

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More than 100 black vulture carcasses near the entrance of Fishermen’s Park since mid-April, Constellation Energy said.

First Lady Yumi Hogan To Throw Out First Pitch Before Mother’s Day Orioles Game, Other Festivities Planned

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The Baltimore Orioles have several things planned to celebrate mom, including cupcakes, specialty cocktails, and a store with an expanded selection of women's apparel.

Friday’s Orioles-Royals Game Postponed, Doubleheader Planned For Sunday

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Friday's game between the Baltimore Orioles and Kansas City Royals has been postponed due to the rain, the Orioles said.

16-Year-Old Girl Last Seen In Essex Found Safe, Police Say

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BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baltimore County Police found a missing 16-year-old girl last seen Thursday morning in the Essex area. The teen was last seen around 7:45 a.m. Thursday, police said. She was found safe Friday afternoon.  

Maryland Records 1,900 New COVID-19 Cases For The First Time Since February

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For the first time in three months, Maryland reported more than 1,900 new COVID-19 cases on Friday, according to the latest round of data provided by the state Department of Health.

Elected Officials, First Responders Gather For Fallen Heroes Day

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Elected officials and first responders from across the state gathered at Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens on Friday for Fallen Heroes Day, honoring the 15 police officers, firefighters, emergency medical technicians and other medical personnel who died in 2021 and 2022.

Two Men Wounded In Baltimore Double Shooting, Police Say

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Two men were hospitalized Friday following a double shooting in Baltimore, authorities said.

ALERT DAY: Wet & Windy Saturday As Rain Continues

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The rain is expected to continue overnight into Saturday morning.

Alert Day: Flood Watch For Much Of Maryland As Rain Blankets The State

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The WJZ First Alert Weather Team has declared today an Alert day in anticipation of severe storms, including heavy rain, strong winds and the potential for flooding.

5-Year-Old Boy Killed In Harford County Hit-And-Run, Troopers Say

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A 5-year-old Edgewood boy was killed Thursday night in a hit-and-run crash in Harford County, authorities said.

Baltimore Looks To Redraw Lines Of Police Districts, Solicits Public Feedback

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Mayor Brandon Scott said the department's nine districts have not undergone significant boundary changes since 1959.

Under Armour Reports Loss Of $59.6M In First Three Months Of 2022

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Under Armour Inc. on Friday reported a loss of $59.6 million in the first three months of the year.

Where’s Marty? Getting Prehistoric At The Maryland Zoo

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Where's Marty? Going back in time--way back in time, in fact--to visit some prehistoric guests at the Maryland Zoo.

Ex-Air Force Officer Sentenced For Transporting Child Porn

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A former U.S. Air Force officer has been sentenced to 11 years in prison after pleading guilty earlier this year to moving videos of child pornography from Maryland to New York, a federal prosecutor said.

Mountcastle, Hays Lift Orioles To 5-3 Win Over Twins

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Austin Hays hit a tiebreaking home run in the eighth inning that sailed over the big new wall in left field at Camden Yards — an impressive swing under any circumstances.

Fallen Heroes Day: Remembering The Baltimore-Area First Responders Who Made The Ultimate Sacrifice

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Friday marks Fallen Heroes Day in Maryland. Every year, the occasion is marked by a ceremony that honors first responders who gave their lives in the line of duty. This year, we will remember an unprecedented 15 fallen heroes, seven of whom died as a result of COVID-19.

Children, 12 & 13, Steal Car From West Baltimore Body Shop

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Police said the duo drove around Southwest Baltimore and multiple people reported the suspicious vehicle.

Downtown Baltimore Residents React To Shooting Outside Hippodrome Theatre

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Officers on patrol responded to Eutaw Street around 8 p.m. to find a 25-year-old man shot multiple times in the chest.

Baltimore Resident ‘Mr. Millionaire’ Claims VaxCash 2.0 Prize

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"Mr. Millionaire" and his fiancée are waiting until the real-life check clears to decide how to spend the money.

Three Men Injured In Shooting Near Safe Streets Event In Northeast Baltimore

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The victims were identified as two 30-year-old men and a 51-year-old man. They were hospitalized and are in unknown condition.

Two Shot After Potential Robbery In Parkville, Off-Duty Officer Involved

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Officers responded at 6:20 p.m. to the 1100 block of Deanwood Road for "reports of individuals who sustained gunshot wounds."

Maryland Weather: Rain And Storms Friday Expected To Extend Into Weekend

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After a mild and rather overcast Thursday, we saw some clear skies that evening, but an area of rain is developing in the Ohio Valley and is spreading eastward overnight.

Maryland Weather: Cloudy & Warm, But Friday’s An Alert Day

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Your WJZ First Alert Weather Team has declared Alert Days for Friday and Saturday due to soaking rain, strong winds and a threat for severe weather.

25-Year-Old Man Receives Life Sentence In 2020 Murder Of MTA Bus Driver

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On Tuesday, Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby announced Silcott pleaded guilty to first-degree murder in the case.

Owings Mills Students To Compete In International Robotics Championship

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The students have been working hard over the last few months programming, designing and building robots.

Man Shot And Killed By Police In Essex ‘Moved Quickly Towards’ Officers With Knives, Attorney General’s Office Says

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While officers were talking to the man, he picked up the knives and did not comply with requests to drop them. Two officers shot at the man after he "moved quickly towards" them.

Virus Found In Pig Heart Used In Human Transplant Performed In Baltimore

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University of Maryland doctors said Thursday they found an unwelcome surprise — viral DNA inside the pig heart.

With No Expectations, Wolff Near Top Of Leaderboard At TPC Potomac

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Playing with freedom and joy, Wolff bogeyed the par-5 second hole at TPC Potomac at Avenel Farm but was flawless from there, shooting an opening-round 65.

Local Veterinarian Who Traveled To War-Torn Ukraine Details Experience Helping Abandoned Animals

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Dr. Magnifico traveled to Ukraine in April to work with a group helping animals abandoned during the war.

Mayor Scott Awards $300K To Violence Prevention Initiatives

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Mayor Brandon Scott on Thursday announced a second round of grants to violence prevention initiatives, awarding $300,000 from the city's American Rescue Plan Act allocation to seven nonprofit organizations.

Carjacking Suspect Struck Baltimore Detective & Tried To Disguise Himself With Restaurant Apron: Court Documents

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A 23-year-old Reisterstown man suspected of carjacking a Baltimore detective this week attacked the detective before commandeering his unmarked vehicle, according to charging documents obtained Thursday by WJZ.

Boeing Will Move Its Headquarters To DC Area From Chicago

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The company said it will use its campus in Arlington, Virginia, as the new headquarters, and it plans to develop a research and technology hub in the area.

Gaming Revenues From Maryland Casinos Top $170 Million In April

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Leading the way with casino revenues was MGM National Harbor, which generated $70.5 million.

HISA, Horse Racing’s New Governing Body, In Rush To Starting Gate

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Horse racing's seeming inability to police itself drew the attention of the federal government in 2020. The result is the Horseracing Integrity and Safety Act set to go into effect July 1.

Man, 35, Charged With Murder In Deadly West Baltimore Shooting

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A 35-year-old man is under arrest in Wednesday's deadly shooting in West Baltimore.

Man, 30, Found Dead Of Gunshot Wound Near Highlandtown Elementary/Middle School

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A 30-year-old man was found dead Thursday of a gunshot wound in southeast Baltimore, authorities said.

Where’s Marty? Finding Out How A Local Group Makes Sure No Baltimore Student Goes Hungry

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Marty visits with Weekend Backpacks, a local organization that has made it a mission to make sure that no local students go hungry.

Anne Arundel County Reaches $2.5M Settlement With Family Of Special Needs Student Who Died Choking On Glove

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"Bowen’s death has had an enormous impact on many, but nowhere has that impact been more massive than on his beloved family," school administrators said.

Body Found After Fire Burns Multiple Vacant Homes In West Baltimore

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A body was found Thursday morning at the scene of a house fire that burned multiple homes in West Baltimore, authorities said.

Mortgage Rates Hit Highest Level Since 2009

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The 30-year fixed-rate mortgage averaged 5.27% in the week ending May 5, up from 5.10% the week before. It is the highest since 2009 and well above the 2.96% average from this time last year.

Mayor Scott Announces Program For New Art Projects On Baltimore’s Streets And Sidewalks

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Mayor Brandon Scott announced Tuesday a program that will allow new types of art projects to spring up along Baltimore’s streets and sidewalks.

Orioles Slow Surging Twins With 9-4 Victory

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Trey Mancini reached base four times without hitting the ball out of the infield.

DC Man Gets 10 Years In Maryland Casino Kidnapping

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A federal judge in Maryland has sentenced a Washington, D.C., man to more than 10 years in prison for kidnapping a person from a hotel and casino, a U.S. Attorney said.

16-Year-Old Charged With Murder In Shooting Death Of Baltimore Bouncer

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A 16-year-old from Baltimore was arrested Wednesday and charged in the murder of Marco Nunez, a Fells Point bouncer who was shot and killed last week.

Man Shot, Killed By Baltimore County Police In Essex

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The shooting occurred in the 900 block of Boundbrook Way.

Teen Suspect Among Those Charged With Carjacking Baltimore Detective As City Carjackings Surge

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One suspect in the incident remains unidentified and at large.

Man Shot Outside Of Baltimore’s Hippodrome Theater

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Detectives are investigating a shooting that injured a 25-year-old man in front of the Hippodrome Theater on Wednesday night, according to authorities.

Online Sports Wagering In Maryland Won’t Begin Before Football Season

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Maryland Lottery and Gaming officials say they hope mobile sports wagering “will be available sometime during the 2022 football season.”

Radio One Wants Catherine Pugh To Host “Larry Young” Show

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The general manager of Radio One says he is in talks with former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh to be a fill-in host of the "Larry Young" show for two weeks beginning May 16.

John McMaster, Hospitalized After Stricker St. Collapse Shares Video Message On International Firefighters’ Day

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"I've witnessed first-hand the dedication and commitment demonstrated by our firefighters to protect the lives of others and our community."

Leaked Supreme Court Draft Opinion Stokes Fears Among Some Marylanders

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The shockwave of a leaked Supreme Court draft opinion about the possibility of overturning Roe v. Wade is still being felt across the country.

Juvenile Arrested For Robbery Near School, Police Say

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A juvenile has been arrested following a robbery near Perry Hall Middle School in Nottingham, Maryland, on Wednesday.

Hogan Won’t Release Funds To Expand Abortion Training

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Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan won’t grant a request by the state’s comptroller on Wednesday to immediately make $3.5 million available to pay for training to prepare medical professionals other than physicians to perform abortions when a new law takes effect this summer, a spokesman said.

Maryland Weather: Chilly Temperatures And Rain Are On The Way

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Thursday promises to be a very pleasant day despite some patchy fog in the morning.

Woman Pleads Guilty To Murder Of Baltimore Bus Driver

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Nichelle Greene plead guilty to first degree murder of a Baltimore bus driver and will be sentenced on Thursday, according to the City State's Attorney's office.

Baltimore Interior Designer Shares His Mental Health Story for Mental Health Awareness Month

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Baltimore interior designer Patrick Sutton is speaking up about how his mother’s mental illness impacted his life and his designs.

Experts Suggest That Marylanders Drive The Speed Limit To Conserve Gas Amid Rising Prices

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Gas prices are causing frustration for Maryland drivers yet again.

Man Killed In West Baltimore Shooting, Arrest Made

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Police said citizens told the officers on the scene where a person of interest was. That person was arrested and a handgun was recovered.

Here’s How Higher Rates Will Impact You

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Fed officials raised the central bank's benchmark interest rate by half a percentage point on Wednesday, its biggest single move in 22 years.

Officials Break Ground At KEYS Community Healing Village In West Baltimore

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The village will include computer labs, a large recreation room, a full cafeteria, a gym and playground, and a community garden

Leaking Propane Tank Cited In Millersville Explosion That Injured 2

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Two people were hurt, one of them with life-threatening injuries, in a shipping container explosion Wednesday in Anne Arundel County.

Carroll County Woman Avoids Prison Time In Horse Neglect Case

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A Carroll County woman who faced more than 64 counts of animal cruelty charges for the neglect of dozens of horses avoided prison Wednesday by accepting a plea agreement.

Woman, 81, Killed In Crash In White Marsh Intersection

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Four vehicles were involved in the domino effect crash, which killed an 81-year-old woman and injured three others, police said.

Where’s Marty? Checking Out A Baltimore County Man’s Electrifying Collection

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Today we visited a local man who is an international lighting historian. By trade, Chad Shapiro is a lighting designer, but his passion lies in the history of it all. And he assured me that his hobby and work are totally unrelated.

‘Good Vibes’ For McIlroy As He Defends Wells Fargo At Soggy TPC Potomac

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McIlroy has plenty of good memories from the Maryland suburbs of Washington. A mile to the east at Congressional, McIlroy played what he still describes as the best golf of his life, an eight-shot victory in the 2011 U.S. Open.

Man In Serious Condition After East Baltimore Shooting

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Officers responded around 11 a.m. to the 2400 block of Greenmount Avenue for a shooting, where they found the 26-year-old man shot multiple times.

With Abortion In Jeopardy, Minority Women Have Most To Lose

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Women of color in states with restrictive abortion laws often have limited access to health care and a lack of choices for effective birth control, advocates say.

Ravens Avoid Overseas Game For NFL’s 2022 International Series

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It turns out that Baltimore Ravens' fans don’t need to dig up their passports.

Mechanical Failure Caused Helicopter Crash That Killed 5, Including Maryland Woman

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“There is no evidence that weather conditions or pilot error were causal or contributing factors to the mishap," the command investigation concluded.

Maryland Weather: Warm With Chance For Afternoon Storms

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Clouds will give way to sunshine today, allowing temperatures to warm into the upper 70s.

Over 66K Marylanders Eligible For Refunds In $141M Settlement Over ‘Free’ TurboTax Ads

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The investigation into Intuit was sparked by a 2019 ProPublica report that found the company was using deceptive tactics to steer low-income tax filers away from the federally supported free services for which they qualified — and toward its own commercial products, instead.

Jazz In The Sculpture Garden At The Baltimore Museum Of Art Returns

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The Baltimore Museum of Art's Jazz in the Sculpture Garden series is returning this summer.

Maryland Military Veterans Turn To Golf For Therapy & Bonding

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Dozens of Maryland military veterans have been introduced to the game of golf through the PGA Middle Atlantic’s PGA HOPE (Helping Our Patriots Everywhere) program.

Pro-Abortion Rights Activists Protest In Baltimore Over Draft Decision Overturning Roe V. Wade

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Pro-abortion rights activists and supporters gathered outside the federal courthouse Tuesday after Politico published a draft US Supreme Court opinion overturning Roe v. Wade.

Detective Target Of Botched Carjacking In South Baltimore

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A large police presence over a flipped car in the Port Covington neighborhood of South Baltimore stemmed from a botched carjacking, authorities said.

Baltimore’s Businesses Targeted Amid Rash of Robberies

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Small business owners are fed up and frustrated after a rash of armed robberies in the past two weeks in Baltimore.

Maryland Soon Expanding Abortion Access, Could See Influx Of Patients If Supreme Court Overturns Roe V. Wade

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Maryland already has strong protections in place for abortion access and the General Assembly recently voted to expand that access. But analysts say the court’s decision could have an impact far beyond abortion rights.

COVID-19 Cases Rising But Deaths, Hospitalizations Down In Maryland As Pandemic Turns Toward Endemic

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As of Tuesday, the CDC reports that 95% of adult Marylanders have at least one dose of a COVID-19 shot.

Amazon Will Donate Books To Baltimore City Public School Students to Promote Literacy

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Amazon is donating thousands of books to students in Baltimore and other parts of the country for Children’s Book Week to promote childhood literacy.

Baltimore Florists Struggle With Flower Shortage Before Mother’s Day

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There is a global flower shortage impacting florists here in Baltimore before Mother's Day.

Jeffers HR Carries Streaking Twins Past Orioles 7-2

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Ryan Jeffers hit a tiebreaking, three-run homer in the sixth inning and the surging Minnesota Twins defeated the Baltimore Orioles 7-2 Tuesday night for their fourth straight victory.

Maryland Weather: Storms Will Bring Rain To The State Throughout The Week

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Scattered showers and storms began approaching Western Maryland on Tuesday evening.

Pro-Choice Activists In Baltimore Protest Against The Potential Overturn Of Roe V. Wade

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Pro-choice activists came together to make their anger known outside of the federal courthouse in Baltimore Tuesday.

Girl Scouts Of Central Maryland Sends Over 1,000 Cookie Boxes To Active U.S. Troops

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Local girl scouts are supporting our active troops, one cookie at a time.

Maryland Weather: Mostly Dry With Showers Later Tonight

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After a cloudy start, our Tuesday has shaped up to be pleasant and sunny.

Baltimore Man Pleads Guilty To Murder In Death Of MTA Bus Driver Marcus Parks Sr.

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Bus driver Marcus Parks Sr. was shot by Silcott the morning of October 8, 2020, in the 1200 block of East Fayette Street after an argument between the two.

Morgan State Names First Woman Athletic Director

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A Baltimore native, Freeman-Patton most recently served as associate vice president and director of athletics at California State University, Dominguez Hills.

Man Found Shot In West Baltimore By Homicide Detectives In Area

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The victim was transported to an area hospital and is in unknown condition, police said.

Caps Forward Garnet Hathaway Raising Money For Baltimore City Fire Foundation

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A Washington Capitals player is stepping up in a big way after three Baltimore firefighters lost their lives at a vacant house fire last January.

Missouri Company Hired To Police Drugs In US Horse Racing

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Drug Free Sport International has overseen testing and enforcement with the NFL, NBA, MLB, NCAA, both men's and women's pro golf tours and NASCAR.

National Aquarium Reaches Milestone For Rehabbing Animals, Releasing Them Into The Wild

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Eleven sea turtles that received treatment for cold-stunning were released into the wild last week, setting a new milestone for the National Aquarium's Animal Care and Rescue Center.

Where’s Marty? Visiting Toby’s Dinner Theatre In Columbia

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I have mentioned this before, but I’ll say it again. When Denise Koch says, “I have an idea,” you listen. That’s how we ended up at Toby’s Dinner Theatre in Howard County on Tuesday.

Hogan Urges Republican Voters To ‘Stand Against The Extremes’

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Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan is urging Republican voters to “stand against the extremes,” saying the GOP is "desperately in need of a course correction,” as the term-limited governor weighs a presidential run.

John Roberts Calls Release Of Draft Roe V. Wade Reversal An ‘Egregious Breach’ Of Trust, Orders Investigation

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The court did not comment on the potential breakdown of how justices would vote.

Dulaney High Senior Named Baltimore County Young Woman Of The Year

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A Dulaney High School senior has been named Baltimore County’s Young Woman of the Year.

Maryland Will Expand 211 Service To Allow Residents To Report Hate Crimes

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The new features are the result of a partnership between the Office of Immigrant Affairs and 211 Maryland, Hogan's office said.

Baltimore City Resident Wins $1M In Maryland’s VaxCash 2.0 Promotion

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Gov. Larry Hogan announced the $2 million booster shot lottery in February, offering a $500,000 prize in Week 1 and $50,000 prizes in Weeks 2-11.

Wild Fox Kills Dozens Of Flamingos At National Zoo

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The zoo said staff entered the Bird House Monday morning to find 25 American flamingos and a Northern pintail duck dead.

Baltimore Police Investigate Shooting Death Of Man Dropped Off At Hospital

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Police have identified a shooting victim who died after he was dropped off at a Baltimore hospital Monday as 26-year-old Erick Smithrick.

Orioles Drop Home Game To Twins After Correa’s Tiebreaking Single

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The Orioles held the Twins to just two runs, but only mustered one of their own Monday.

Supreme Court Draft Suggests Roe Could Be Overturned: Report

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A draft opinion suggests the U.S. Supreme Court could be poised to overturn the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade case that legalized abortion nationwide, according to a Politico report.

Bleeding Baltimore: Mapping The City’s Violent Crime & Searching For Solutions

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At least 113 people have been killed in Baltimore since the start of 2022, and the city is again on pace for more than 300 homicides. As violence continues to afflict the city, residents and officials share what they believe needs to be done.

Firefighters Respond To 4-Alarm Blaze, Partial Collapse In West Baltimore

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Several buildings were damaged by a 4-alarm fire in West Baltimore on Monday.

Anne Arundel County Public Schools Is Joining Dozens Of Other School Districts In Suing A Vape Company

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One of the largest school districts in Maryland is cracking down on the vape company, Juul Labs.

Secret Recordings Of People Recovered From Late Music Teacher’s Home, Baltimore County Police Say

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A 46-year-old music teacher from Baltimore County who died last month is suspected of secretly recording people inside his Pikesville home, authorities said Monday.

Applications Open For Baltimore’s Guaranteed Income Program For Young Families

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"This will allow young families to put money towards the things that they need the most food, clothes, transportation, medicine, housing, and so much more," Mayor Brandon Scott said.

Suspect In Death Of Isreali Tourist Efraim Gordon Pleads Guilty To Murder

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Three teens are charged in the death of Efraim Gordon, an Israeli man who was in Baltimore for a family wedding last May when he was shot and killed on his aunt and uncle's doorstep.

Robbery Detectives Seek Identity Of Armed Robbers Who Target Baltimore’s Cell Phone Stores

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Businesses along Baltimore's Eastern Avenue and Lombard Street corridors have been repeatedly robbed for almost three weeks, police said on Monday.

3 Men Wounded In Trio Of Central Baltimore Shootings Hours Apart, Police Say

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Three men were wounded in a series of shootings Sunday less than a mile apart in Baltimore, authorities said.

Maryland Weather: Rain Will Give Way To A Sunny Mother’s Day

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The weather on Monday set the perfect tone for another beautiful week of spring.

Baltimore County Police Find Missing Man Who Was Possibly Armed Dead

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Police are searching for a 31-year-old Baltimore County man reported missing over the weekend.

Jury Awards $15M In Damages In UVA Lacrosse Player’s Killing

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A former University of Virginia lacrosse player is liable for fatally beating his girlfriend in 2010 and must pay $15 million in damages in a wrongful death lawsuit, a jury found Monday.

Man With Gunshot Injuries Dies After Seeking Help From Johns Hopkins Doctors, Baltimore Police Say

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Homicide detectives are investigating a shooting that killed a 26-year-old man on Monday, according to authorities.

Baltimore County Council To Vote On Police Accountability Board

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The board would be made up of nine members, with one member from each County Council district and two at-large members.

Here’s How Much More You’ll Pay For Summer Camp This Year. It’s Not Pretty

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As demand surges, parents should prepare to pay more to secure a camp spot for their child.

Another Dave Chapelle Stand-Up Set Announced At Live! Casino After First 3 Sell Out

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The D.C. native will perform two nights of stand-up in The HALL, the casino's 4,800 seat performance venue, on June 18 and 19, as Live! marks its 10th anniversary.

Ryan Ramsey Is Perfect Fit As Maryland’s New No. 1 Starter

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Ramsey was never better than in the 13-0 win over Northwestern, throwing the 20th nine-inning perfect game since the NCAA began tracking the statistic in 1957.

Outdoor Chicken Fryer Caused Dundalk Fire That Displaced 16, Officials Say

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Officials said 11 adults, 5 children and multiple pets were displaced. No injuries were reported.

Zandon Is 3-1 Favorite For 148th Kentucky Derby At Churchill Downs

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Zandon, trained by Chad Brown, drew 3-1 odds on Monday and will start from the No. 10 post among 20 horses.

WJZ’s Furever Friend: Hachi

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This week’s WJZ Furever Friend is Hachi.

Dump Truck Crashes Into Ravine Between Bridges In Anne Arundel County

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Fire officials said they are working to rescue the driver, whose condition is unknown at this time.

Detectives Following ‘Some Promising Leads’ In Killing Of Fells Point Bouncer, Harrison Says

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Marco Nunez, 30, was was found with multiple gunshot wounds outside Riptide Bar in the 1700 block of Thames Street around 1 a.m. on Monday, April 25.

Officers Who Opened Fire On Driver Who Allegedly Rammed Police Car In Dundalk Were Justified, Jury finds

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Police said the driver was not one of the two people the apprehension team came to arrest.

Baltimore Residents React To Speaker Pelosi’s Congressional Delegation To Ukraine

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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is now the highest-ranking U.S. official to visit Ukraine.

Former Baltimore Ravens Linebacker Raises Money For People Battling ALS

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Runners and walkers lined up at the Maryland Zoo to participate in this year’s race Brigance Brigade Foundation Race & Family-Fun Run/Walk on Sunday.

Two Men Injured In Two Different Shootings Separated By One Block On Sunday, Baltimore Police Say

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Baltimore's detectives are investigating two shootings separated by a single block that occurred within a seven-hour period on Sunday, according to authorities.

Orioles Use Lyles’ Arm, 6-Run 6th To Beat Red Sox 9-5

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Jordan Lyles pitched six gritty innings, Rougned Odor homered in a six-run sixth and the Baltimore Orioles beat the skidding Boston Red Sox 9-5 Sunday.

City Police Investigating After A Man Is Shot In The Back In Southwest Baltimore

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Baltimore City Police say a 30-year-old man as shot several times in the 2900 block of Presbury Street around 2a.m. Sunday morning.

Maryland Women Add Vanderbilt’s Alexander As Grad Transfer

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Brinae Alexander is joining the Maryland women's basketball team as a graduate transfer.

Maryland Weather: Get Ready For The Next Storm System

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The rain on Sunday afternoon rapidly moved out of the area as a warm front lifted northward across Maryland.

Maryland-Bound Plane Lands In NJ After Smoke Reported In Cockpit

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Authorities say a small plane made an emergency landing at a New Jersey airport over the weekend after smoke was reported in the cockpit.

Tears Of A Mother’s Cry Supports Baltimore’s Grieving Mothers In Wake Of City Violence

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A non-profit group for mothers of homicide victims is coming together to support each other and grieve while calling for change in advance of Mother’s Day.

Here’s The Baltimore Ravens’ Class Of 2022. What’s Your Grade?

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With the Baltimore Ravens wrapping up their 2022 NFL Draft on Saturday, we've compiled a list of all 11 selections.

‘See Beyond Festival’ Draws Attention To Blind Sports, Accessibility Issues

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More than 1,000 people showed up to the Maryland School for the Blind’s annual See Beyond Festival on the school’s campus on Saturday, according to school staff.

Wild Finish: Orioles Rally To Beat Red Sox 2-1 In 10th

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Jorge Mateo scored the winning run in the 10th inning on a throwing error by pitcher Hirokazu Sawamura, capping a comeback that carried the Baltimore Orioles past the Boston Red Sox 2-1 Saturday night.

Ravens Keep Their Six 4th-Rounders, Finish Promising Draft

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The Baltimore Ravens entered the NFL draft with plenty of flexibility.

Baltimore Ravens Sign Diego Fagot As Undrafted Free Agent

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The Baltimore Ravens have signed Diego Fagot as an undrafted free agent, according to the Naval Academy.

Black Catholic Nuns: A Compelling, Long-Overlooked History In Baltimore And Elsewhere

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The Baltimore-based Oblate Sisters of Providence used to have more than 300 members, according to its superior general, Sister Rita Michelle Proctor, and now has less than 50 – most of them living at the motherhouse in Baltimore’s outskirts.

Ravens Select Cornerback Damarion Williams With The 141 Pick

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The Baltimore Ravens select cornerback Damarion Williams with their sixth pick of the fourth round of the NFL draft.

Ravens Select Tight End Isaiah Likely With The 139th Pick Of The NFL Draft

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The Baltimore Ravens selected tight end Isaiah Likely with their fifth pick in the fourth round of the NFL draft.

The Ravens Select Punter Jordan Stout With The 130th Pick Of The NFL Draft

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The Baltimore Ravens select punter Jordan Stout with their fourth pick in the fourth round of the NFL draft.

The Ravens Select Tight End Charlie Kolar With The 128th Pick Of The NFL Draft.

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The Baltimore Ravens select tight end Charlie Kolar with their third pick in the fourth round of the NFL draft.

Ravens Select Cornerback Jalyn Armour-Davis With The 119 Pick Of The NFL Draft

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The Ravens have selected cornerback Jalyn Armour-Davis with their second pick in the fourth round of the NFL draft.

Ravens Select Offensive Tackle Daniel Faalele With The 110 Pick

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The Baltimore Ravens have drafted offensive tackle Daniel Faalele with the 110 pick in the fourth round of the NFL draft.

City Police Investigating Triple Shooting In Northwest Baltimore

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Baltimore City Police say three people were shot at the BP gas station in the 5100 block of Reisterstown Road around 4a.m. Saturday morning.

Maryland Weather: Sunny & Pleasant

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Our Saturday is shaping up to be a pleasant and beautiful day.

Maryland DB Nick Cross Chosen By Colts In Third Round Of NFL Draft

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The Terps have now had a player chosen in five consecutive and 26 of the last 28 NFL Drafts.

Inside The GTTF: What Happened To The Officers In Baltimore’s Biggest Police Corruption Scandal

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Where are the disgraced Gun Trace Task Force officers now? All but two remain in federal prison.

Ravens Select Injured Michigan LB David Ojabo In Second Round, DT Travis Jones In Third Round

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In Michigan, Ojabo played under head coach Jim Harbaugh, Ravens head coach John Harbaugh's brother.

Baltimore City Dedicates Street To Slain Police Officer Keona Holley

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City officials on Friday evening will dedicate a street to slain Baltimore Police Officer Keona Holley, who was fatally shot last year in the line of duty.

16 People Displaced After 3-Alarm Fire In Dundalk

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Multiple families were displaced Friday by a three-alarm fire that broke out in Dundalk.

Arroyo HR, Solid Pitching Carry Red Sox Past Orioles 3-1

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Arroyo hit his first homer of the season in the second inning to provide the Red Sox with all the offense they needed to saddle the Orioles with their fifth straight defeat.

Hunt’s 3rd-period Goal Lifts Rangers Past Capitals 3-2

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The New York Rangers downed the Washington Capitals 3-2 in the regular-season finale on Friday night.

Two Killed In Northwest Baltimore Shooting

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One of the victims was 33-years-old, police said, but the other victim's age is unknown.

State Investigators Release Report In Police Pursuit That Ended In Fatal Baltimore County Crash

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Baltimore resident Jawuan James Ginyard, 26, died on Oct. 9 after losing control of his car on an exit ramp and being ejected from the vehicle.

Maryland Celebrates Harriet Tubman’s Place In State History

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Historians in Maryland are thrilled to see one of the state’s — and the nation’s — most important figures celebrated for her death-defying efforts to lead slaves to freedom.

TSA Celebrates 20 Years Since First Assuming Security At BWI

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Today, the TSA operates at 430 airports with 60,000 employees nationwide.

Flower Mart Returns In-Person To Mount Vernon, Signaling Spring In Baltimore

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The festival boasts 45 vendors, including 12 greenhouses and 15 craft vendors.

Baltimore Ravens Introduce New Draft Picks Hamilton, Linderbaum

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Both picks are heralded by draft experts as immediate impact players and are expected to be starters this coming season as rookies.

Baltimore Receives $7.9M To Fund Violence Prevention Programs, Implement Parts Of Consent Decree

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Baltimore City has received $7.9 million in federal dollars for public safety programs, including $5.3 million to help the Baltimore Police Department implement elements of the consent decree, local elected leaders said.

2 Maryland Troopers Struck By Suspected Impaired Driver On I-270

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Two Maryland troopers were hurt Thursday when their vehicles were struck by a driver on Interstate 270.

Teen In Serious Condition After East Baltimore Shooting

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A teenager was shot Friday afternoon on Greenmount Avenue in East Baltimore, police said.

Cafe Hon To Close After 30 Years, But HONfest Will Continue On, Owner Says

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Cafe Hon, the Hampden mainstay known for its comfort food, embrace of the city's mid-century blue-collar women, and the iconic pink flamingo on the building's façade, is closing after three decades in business, owner Denise Whiting announced.

Baltimore Man Sought In 2020 Beating Of 60-Year-Old Woman

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Ray White is wanted for the November 2020 assault of a woman in the 2600 block of Ashland Avenue, police said.

Harford County School Honors Fallen Baltimore Firefighter Lt. Kelsey Sadler With Scholarship

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Trinity Lutheran Christian School announced Friday the creation of the Lt. Kelsey Sadler Memorial Scholarship to benefit children of first responders.

Where’s Marty? Learning About Ottmar Merghenthaler At The Baltimore Museum Of Industry

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We wrapped up Museum Week on Friday at a place that I personally find fascinating. We were on site at the Baltimore Museum of Industry.

Maryland Extends Head Coach Michael Locksley Through 2026

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Fresh off the school's first bowl game win since 2010, Maryland head football coach Michael Locksley has been extended through the 2026 season, the university's athletic department said.

Man Dies After Overnight Shooting In South Baltimore, Police Say

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A man was shot to death early Friday morning in South Baltimore, authorities said.

Maryland Siblings’ Woodwork Featured At Havre De Grace Decoy & Wildlife Art Festival

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The 40th Annual Decoy and Wildlife Art Festival will be held in Havre de Grace this weekend.

27-Year-Old Charged With Attempted Murder In Southern Baltimore Shooting

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A 27-year-old man is under arrest in connection with a shooting this month in southern Baltimore, authorities said Friday.

On Busy Draft Night, Baltimore Ravens Select Notre Dame S Kyle Hamilton, Iowa C Tyler Linderbaum; Deal ‘Hollywood’ Brown

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"I think we're all thrilled we got, in our opinion, the very two best players at their positions," DeCosta said.

Maryland Weather: Chilly Overnight With Temps In The Mid-60s Friday

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Highs on Friday will reach the low to mid-60s. Mornings will continue to be cool into the weekend, starting off in the 40s.

Ravens Deal WR Marquise “Hollywood” Brown To Cardinals For 23rd Overall Pick

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During his press conference, general manager Eric DeCosta said Brown approached him in the offseason to say he was unhappy and request a trade.

Ravens Welcome First Round Picks Kyle Hamilton, Tyler Linderbaum To Baltimore

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The Baltimore Ravens made two first round picks in the 2022 NFL Draft Thursday night, selecting Notre Dame safety Kyle Hamilton and Iowa center Tyler Linderbaum.

Student Hospitalized, Teen Arrested Long Reach High School Stabbing, Police Say

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A Long Reach High School student was hospitalized Thursday after he was stabbed outside the school, authorities said.

Man Sought In Abingdon Bank Robbery

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Officials said around 4 p.m., the suspect approached the teller at the M&T Bank on Boxridge Drive and passed a note implying he had a weapon, demanding money.

Mom, Sister Of Slain UVA Lacrosse Player Yeardley Love Testify In Lawsuit

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Sharon Love, the administrator of her daughter’s estate, has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against George Huguely V, who was convicted of second-degree murder in the 2010 killing of Yeardley Love, his on-again, off-again girlfriend.

Woman Found Shot Dead In Car In North Baltimore

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Police said according to officers and medics on the scene, the victim's condition "would suggest she had been deceased for a while."

Hope On The Horizon As Country Moves Into ‘New Phase’ Of Pandemic

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With COVID-19 numbers trending down, many say hope is on the horizon.

5 Players NFL Draft Analysts Are Mocking To The Baltimore Ravens

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Here's a look at who the experts have the Ravens taking at No. 14 overall.

Convicted Ocean City Killer Benjamin Sifrit Denied Parole

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The Maryland Parole Commission on Thursday denied parole for Benjamin Sifrit who was convicted of murdering a Virginia couple in Ocean City on Memorial Day Weekend in 2002, according to authorities.

20 Years Ago Today: F4 Tornado Devastates Town Of La Plata

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On this day 20 years ago, one of the most powerful tornadoes to ever hit the Mid-Atlantic carved a 64-mile path across southern Maryland.

Judge Leads Surging Yankees Past Sloppy Orioles 10-5

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Judge also had a tying hit and Anthony Rizzo delivered a go-ahead single during New York’s four-run fifth, when all the runs were unearned.

$166M Announced For Baltimore’s Downtown, Inner Harbor

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The funding was secured over the last two legislative sessions and will continue through fiscal year 2025.

Judge Orders Harford Sheriff To Hand Over Shooting Evidence To Maryland Attorney General

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A judge on Thursday ordered Harford County Sheriff Jeff Gahler to hand over evidence to state investigators from the shooting death of a man killed by deputies over the weekend.

17-Year-Old Charged With Murder In Baltimore Road Rage Shooting

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A 17-year-old is under arrest in a deadly road rage shooting in southern Baltimore earlier this month.

Joe Biden To Address Naval Academy’s Class Of 2022

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President Joe Biden will address the Naval Academy’s Class of 2022 during a graduation and commissioning ceremony on May 27, according to academy staff.

Highlandtown Residents Question Police Response To City Crime After Shootout

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Residents of Claremont Street in Highlandtown are concerned after a gunfight happened in their neighborhood Wednesday.

The Baltimore Orioles Will Celebrate Mo Gaba Day On July 28

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The City of Baltimore and the Baltimore Orioles will host the inaugural “Mo Gaba Day” at Oriole  Park at Camden Yards on July 28, according to team staff.

Mormon Temple Opens For Tours To Public For The First Time In Nearly 50 Years

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The open house and rededication were delayed due to the pandemic.

Conductor Killed At Baltimore Rail Yard Rode On Railcar Despite Rules Against Practice

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The National Transportation Safety Board released a report Thursday detailing the findings of its investigation into the February 2019 death of a Norfolk Southern railroad conductor killed at the Bayview Rail Yard.

Laurel Apartment Fire Displaces Several Residents

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Several residents of Horizon Square Apartments have to find somewhere else to live after a fire destroyed part of their six-story complex in Laurel, Maryland, on Thursday, according to authorities.

Maryland Reports Nearly 1,400 New COVID-19 Cases, Hospitalizations Decline

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Maryland's overall COVID-19 death toll stands at 14,185 after increasing by eight over the past 24 hours.

Hogan Touts Redevelopment Plan For Defunct Maryland Naval Base, Economic Growth

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Gov. Larry Hogan described the redevelopment of a defunct Cecil County naval base as a “game-changing step forward” for Maryland during a ceremony on Thursday.

Man Wanted In Fatal Stabbing At Delaware Motel Arrested In Maryland

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A New Castle man wanted in a fatal stabbing outside a Delaware motel has been arrested in Maryland, police said.

Maryland Weather: Mostly Sunny With A Cool Breeze

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If you thought the chilly weather was behind us, then you were in for a rude awakening this morning.

Maryland One Of 16 States That Want To Electrify USPS Fleet File Lawsuits

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Maryland and 15 other states that want the U.S. Postal Service to buy more electric delivery vehicles are suing to halt purchases of thousands of gas-powered trucks as the agency modernizes its mail delivery fleet.

Tossed Together And Total Health Center The Latest Additions To Lexington Market

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Two new vendors will bring healthy food and wellness-based products to Lexington Market when the new building opens in the fall, according to market staff.

Where’s Marty? Checking Out Joan Mitchell’s Work At The Baltimore Museum Of Art

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Simply put, the Baltimore Museum of Art is a world-class facility. And this is not new news. From the time two Baltimore sisters, Claribel and Etta Cone, established the BMA’s Henri Matisse collection, (over 600 works), the museum has continued to grow in stature. Picasso, Monet, Gaugin, Degas and others are on display.

Johns Hopkins Students Create Cancer Treatment Patch That Sends Data To Smartphones

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Johns Hopkins University students have created a sensor that can detect lymphedema in its early stage, which could spare thousands of people per year from experiencing some of the pain associated with cancer treatment, according to university staff.

Suspect At Large After 16-Year-Old Stabbed In Glen Burnie

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A 16-year-old is recovering after he was stabbed Wednesday evening in Glen Burnie, authorities said.

Baltimore Police Identify Victims Of Deadly Double Shooting

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Authorities on Thursday identified two men killed in a double shooting in southern Baltimore.

Frosh To Argue For Order Blocking Harford County Sheriff From Interfering With Fatal Shooting Investigation

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The legal battle is centered on the authority of the Attorney General’s Independent Investigative Division regarding a fatal deputy-involved shooting Saturday.

Council President Mosby Apologizes After Heated Hearing On His Dollar House Bill

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"Unfortunately, there were the actions of some that was completely disrespectful to the institution of the city council," Mosby said.

Baltimore City Doubles Incentives For First-Time Homebuyers To $10,000

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Baltimore City is doubling the incentives it offers to eligible first-time homebuyers from $5,000 to $10,000 in an effort to make buying a home more affordable, Mayor Brandon Scott announced on Wednesday.

Maryland Weather: Freeze Warning For Some Of Central Md. Overnight Before Sunny Thursday

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Temps will rebound into the upper 50s to near 60 for Thursday afternoon with lots of sunshine.

Stanton’s 350th Career Homer, Three RBIs Lead Yanks Past O’s

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Stanton is the seventh-fastest player to 350 homers, getting there in 1,341 games.

Man Serving Time For UVa Lacrosse Player Yeardley Love’s Death Takes Stand

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Wednesday was the sole day Huguely was scheduled to appear in court after an earlier ruling determined he didn't have the right to attend each day of the trial.

USPS Vehicle Struck By Bullets In Highlandtown

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Two people shot at each other shortly before noon on the 3600 block of Claremont Street, police said.

Columbia Woman Found Guilty Of Murder In 2018 Death Of Newborn Boy

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The woman will be sentenced in July and could face up to life in prison.

Baltimore-Area Students Learn How To Lead, Serve Others Through Ravens’ Leadership Institute

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The students, who were selected by their schools, participated in six sessions since the beginning of the school year to develop leadership qualities by engaging with the community, working on a service project and listening to discussions with former Ravens and entrepreneurs.

Lamar Jackson Visits His Former Elementary School To See Teacher, Hand Out Gifts

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Baltimore Ravens' star quarterback Lamar Jackson surprised students at his former elementary school Wednesday in south Florida, with signed jerseys and copies of his own children's book in hand.

Charlotte G Jahmir Young Says He Will Play For Maryland If NBA Draft Doesn’t Pan Out

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A native of Upper Marlboro, Young would be the first product of DeMatha Catholic High School -- situated 1.8 miles away from College Park -- to play for Maryland since Travis Garrison.

Village Of Cross Keys Gatehouse Dedicated To Iconic Developer

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Maryland lawmakers participated in a ceremony to celebrate the life of James Rouse—the developer of the Village of Cross Keys—in Baltimore on Tuesday.

2 Men Killed In Southern Baltimore Shooting, Police Say

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Two men were killed early Wednesday morning in a shooting in southern Baltimore, authorities said.

Baltimore Man Charged With Murder In Deadly Double Shooting

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A 30-year-old Baltimore man is under arrest in the shooting Tuesday that killed one man and sent another to the hospital.

Maryland Weather: Cooler And Windy

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Highs will be in the mid to upper 50s today. Temperatures will plummet into the low 30s tonight!

Maryland Weather: Sunny, But Gusty Wednesday

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The cold front has cleared the area and rain is on its way out.

At Heated Meeting, Mortgage Provider Offers Vision For Baltimore’s $1 Houses, Which Critics Call ‘Nonsense’

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Council President Nick Mosby's proposal includes a revival of the dollar house program, in which vacant city-owned homes are sold for one dollar.

Capitals Lose 4-1 To Islanders, Fail To Move Up In Standings

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Peter Laviolette couldn't explain why his Washington Capitals fell flat in a 4-1 loss to the New York Islanders on Tuesday night with a chance to move up in the standings and improve their playoff positioning.

‘It Is Senseless:’ Slain Fells Point Bouncer Mourned As Brazen Shootings Rise In Baltimore

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The recent brazen violence also includes a shootout related to a stolen dirt bike that unfolded in front of a Northwest Baltimore synagogue over the weekend.

Rizzo’s 3 HRs, Judge’s B-Day Bash Lift Yanks Over O’s 12-8

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Anthony Rizzo homered three times to take over the major league lead, Aaron Judge connected on his birthday and Joey Gallo ended the longest home-run drought of his career as the New York Yankees outslugged the Baltimore Orioles 12-8 Tuesday night.

Mayor Scott, Commissioner Harrison React To GTTF Mini-Series ‘We Own This City’

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“The old ways, the wrong ways, which allowed for misconduct and unconstitutional policing to grow and fester within the department, are not and will not be a part of the department moving forward," Police Commissioner Michael Harrison said.

Two Local Teens Awarded $40K Future Engineer Scholarship By Amazon

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Not only do the winners receive a $40,000 scholarship, but also a one-of-a-kind paid internship at the e-commerce giant.

Rehabbed And Ready, Adley Rutschman Plays First Game Of Year With IronBirds

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ABERDEEN, Md. (WJZ) — Catcher Adley Rutschman is the Oriole’s number one prospect and top building block in the franchise rebuild. Rutschman’s not been promoted to Camden Yards yet – but he’s in Aberdeen this week to play some minor league games. Rutschman put on the gear for a pre-game workout Tuesday in Aberdeen. He’s […]

Kennedy Krieger Institute’s ROAR for Kids 5K To Be Held in Cockeysville This Weekend

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The run and walk event will be held in person for the first time since the start of the pandemic at Oregon Ridge Park from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m.

9 Indicted, Over $1M In Drugs Seized & 34 Guns Confiscated In Eastern Shore Crackdown

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Authorities on Tuesday announced the indictments of nine Maryland residents as part of a multi-agency effort to dismantle a significant drug trafficking organization operating on the Eastern Shore.

Former MTV Star ‘Chopper’ Arrested In Maryland On Sex Trafficking Warrant From Las Vegas

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Anne Arundel County Police said there may be local victims and is urging anyone with information to come forward.

Maryland Cycling Classic Route Combines Hilly County Terrain And Tight Twists Of City Streets, Organizers Say

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The starts in Sparks and works its way through the hilly countryside near Prettyboy Reservoir before sending riders on a speedy straightaway down Falls Road toward the city, where a series of tight turns must be navigated before the finish line.

Police Announce 3 Men, 4 Women Of Interest In Death Of Fells Point Bouncer

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Marco Nunez, the 30-year-old bouncer of Rodos Bar, was found shot in the 1700 block of Thames Street around 1 a.m. Monday.

Maryland Food Bank Pilots Programs Targeting Job Insecurity, Food Access

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The Maryland Food Bank has launched pilot programs targeting unemployment and underemployment, two of the leading causes of food insecurity, and increasing access to healthy, shelf-stable items, the organization said Tuesday.

Baltimore State’s Attorney’s Office Expands Victim Support Services

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The SAO announced a new partnership with Springboard Community Services, a Baltimore-based social services organization whose case managers will work with crime victims.

Howard County Investing $2.1M To Expand Student Access To Mental Health Resources

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Howard County will use $2.1 million to expand mental health services in its public school system, which educates a total of nearly 58,000 students.

Baltimore Man, 20, Charged With Attempted Murder In March Shooting

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A 20-year-old man is under arrest in connection with a shooting last month in northwest Baltimore, authorities said Tuesday.

Ovechkin Injury Clouds Capitals Outlook A Week From Playoffs

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Alex Ovechkin did not skate with his Washington Capitals teammates Tuesday morning and his status moving forward is unclear with the start of the playoffs less than a week away.

Where’s Marty? Taking In The History At The National Electronics Museum

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You have most likely been to BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport. If so, and you took Elkridge Landing Road in, chances are you have passed the National Electronics Museum.

MASN Announcers Will Join Orioles On The Road For First Time Since 2019

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For the first time since the 2019 season, announcers with the Mid-Atlantic Sports Network will travel with the Orioles on the road and call games from the opposing team's stadium, the network said in a statement.

Maryland Weather: Cloudy With A Chance For Storms Later

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Clouds are in full force this Tuesday, but we'll likely see some wet weather in the Baltimore area during the late afternoon and evening.

Baltimore School For The Arts Remains A Magnet For Young Talent

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Several very famous actors, musicians and dancers all graduated from the same high school in downtown Baltimore.

32-Year-Old Man Killed, 21-Year-Old Wounded In Pair Of Baltimore Shootings

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One man was killed and another was injured in a pair of shootings Monday evening in Baltimore.

37-Year-Old Man Killed In Southeast Baltimore Shooting

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A 37-year-old man was killed early Tuesday in a shooting in southeast Baltimore, authorities said.

Jury Selected For Civil Trial Over Yeardley Love’s Death

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A jury was selected Monday in the civil trial of a man who was convicted of second-degree murder in the 2010 death of University of Virginia lacrosse player Yeardley Love.

Baltimore County Police Looking For Missing 15-Year-Old Girl

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Police are asking for the public's help finding a missing teen from Baltimore County.

Baltimore Police Commissioner Touts Department Successes On Day Of ‘We Own This City’ Premiere

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Police Commissioner Michael Harrison sent an email to Baltimore’s officers about the HBO series We Own This City on Monday.

Baltimore Councilman Says Brazen Crime In Northwest Baltimore Shows Need For More Detectives

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There is outrage and fear in one Northwest Baltimore community after an attempted dirt bike theft was caught on video and when that failed, police say the suspects started shooting at the person who stopped it.

Baltimore City Council Invites General Public To Hearing On Vacant House Legislation

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Baltimore residents will be able to learn more about new legislation designed to increase penalties for people who own vacant properties during a hearing at Baltimore City Hall on Tuesday.

Maryland Weather: Rain Will Arrive Ahead Of Colder Temperatures

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A cold front will move into Maryland on Tuesday bringing significant changes to the weather.

Man Killed In Gunfire Exchange With Maryland Officers

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Somerset County Sheriff's Office deputies shot and killed a man who was allegedly involved in a robbery on Monday, according to authorities.

WJZ’s Furever Friend: Sylvia

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This week’s WJZ Furever Friend is Mackee.

One Person Injured After CSX Train Collides With Vehicle

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A CSX train struck a person in a vehicle while traveling near Rosedale, Maryland, on Monday, according to authorities.

Jury Selection Underway In Wrongful Death Civil Lawsuit More Than A Decade After Murder Of Yeardley Love

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Almost 12 years after the murder of Cockeysville native and former star University of Virginia lacrosse player Yeardley Love, a civil trial is getting started in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Frosh Seeks Court Order Blocking Harford County Sheriff’s Office From Interfering With Probe Of Deadly Shooting

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Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh on Monday applied for a court order to block the Harford County Sheriff's Office from interfering with an independent investigation into the shooting death of a 53-year-old man killed by deputies over the weekend.

Jury Selection Begins In Lawsuit Over Death Of UVA Lacrosse Player Yeardley Love

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Nearly 12 years after University of Virginia lacrosse player Yeardley Love was found dead in her off-campus apartment, the man who was convicted of second-degree murder in her killing is headed back to court for a civil trial in a wrongful death lawsuit filed by Yeardley’s mother.

Evidence Supports Baltimore County Officer’s Recollection Of Deadly Shooting, Despite Inconsistencies, Report Shows

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n independent state investigation into a Baltimore County police shooting last fall found it would be difficult to prove an officer did not act in self-defense when he shot and killed a robbery suspect, a report released Monday by the Maryland Attorney General's Office shows.

Baltimore Starbucks Becomes First In MD To Unionize

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In a letter to Starbucks president and CEO Kevin Johnson, employees said they were making less than a living wage while dealing with "abuse from customers, malfunctioning equipment, unsafe working conditions, chronic understaffing, and a complete lack of agency within our workplace."

Metro Crime Stoppers Offers Reward For Information On Person Who Shot Teen In Rosedale

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Metro Crime Stoppers of Maryland is offering a reward of up to $2,000 for information that would lead Baltimore County Police to the person who shot a teenager at a basketball court in Rosedale on Sunday.

Avenue Market In West Baltimore Gets $2 Million In Federal Funding

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On its website, Baltimore Public Markets, the nonprofit that oversees five of the six markets in the city, says plans call for making the market an "economic hub for local African-American entrepreneurs" with greater access to healthy foods.

Twitter Agrees To Sell Itself To Elon Musk

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Twitter has agreed to sell itself to Elon Musk in a deal valued at around $44 billion, the company said Monday.

Where’s Marty? Taking A Trip Down Memory Lane With The Fire Museum of Maryland

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The “Where’s Marty?” staff came up with a concept for this week. Museums, all museums. Some big, some smaller, some quite obvious, some quite not. But ALL museums. And this day we started with the Fire Museum of Maryland.

Maryland Weather: Cloudy And Mild

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After a pretty stunning weekend, Monday is looking rather Mondayish.

Man, 30, Killed In Fells Point Shooting, Baltimore Police Say

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Homicide detectives are investigating the early Monday shooting death of a 30-year-old man in Fells Point, authorities said.

Judge Finds Trump In Contempt In Legal Fight With NY AG

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A New York judge found former President Donald Trump in contempt of court Monday for failing to adequately respond to a subpoena issued by the state's attorney general as part of a civil investigation into his business dealings.

Striking Pair: Pastor & Rabbi Team Up To Bring Community Together With Duckpin Bowling

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It’s not what you would expect to see in the basement of a 100-year-old church: A Duckpin bowling alley retrofitted with the latest in bowling technology.

Dave Chappelle Will Perform Two Stand-Up Sets At 10th Anniversary Celebration For Live! Casino

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Comedian Dave Chappelle will perform two nights of stand-up this June to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Live! Casino and Hotel in Hanover.

17-Year-Old Among 3 Hurt In Trio Of Baltimore Shootings

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A 17-year-old was among three people injured in a trio of Baltimore shootings stretching from Sunday night into Monday morning.

Adell Hits Grand Slam, Angels Blow Lead, Recover To Beat O’s

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Leave it to Los Angeles Angels manager Joe Maddon to come up with the perfect assessment of his team's 7-6 win over the Baltimore Orioles.

Identity Of Man Killed By Harford County Deputies Revealed

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The Harford County Sheriff’s Office has identified a man that its deputies killed near a convenience store in Bel Air, Maryland, on Saturday.

The Federal Highway Administration Aims To Ease Congestion Over The Bay Bridge

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A newly published study shows a plan to ease traffic congestion for drivers who use the Bay Bridge.

Juvenile Shot At Basketball Court In Rosedale Sunday

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Baltimore County Police are investigating a shooting that injured a juvenile at a basketball court in Rosedale on Sunday, according to authorities.

Locust Point Residents Raise Money For Man With Leukemia Diagnosis

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A Locust Point neighborhood is coming together to help one of their own—a community fixture who quit his job to devote himself to dogs.

Baltimore County Firefighters Battle House Fire In Owings Mills

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Baltimore County firefighters battled a fire that damaged a house in Owings Mills on Sunday afternoon, according to authorities.

Fire Investigators Examine Apartment Fire That Displaced 32 Residents

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The Howard County fire marshal is investigating a fire that damaged 12 apartments and displaced 32 residents in Howard County, according to authorities.

Orioles Overcome Trout’s 2 Homers, Rally Past Angels 5-4

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Ryan Mountcastle drove in three runs, including the go-ahead single in the seventh inning, and the Baltimore Orioles overcame two homers by Mike Trout to rally past the Los Angeles Angels 5-4 on Saturday night.

Motorcycle Crash In New Market Kills Mount Airy Man

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A 55-year-old motorcyclist is dead following a Sunday morning collision in New Market, Maryland, according to authorities.

Maryland Weather: Sunny & Warm

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It's going to be a sunny and warm Sunday with highs in the 70s to low 80s, cooler by The Bay.

Man Killed During Shooting Involving Harford County Deputies, Sheriff Says

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A Harford County Sheriff’s Deputy has been involved in a shooting, according to authorities.

Baltimore’s Fallen Firefighters Get An Earth Day Tree

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Mayor Brandon Scott said on Saturday that he was filled with joy after watching the community come together to celebrate the lives of three Baltimore firefighters who died while battling a house fire in January.

Affordable Housing Project Resumes In O’Donnell Heights

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Mayor Brandon Scott announced that he was restarting Phase 2A of the Key’s Pointe development project in O’Donnell Heights, which was delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Man Found Dead In South Baltimore Apartment Saturday, Police Say

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Police on Saturday found a man who had been shot in the head inside of an apartment in South Baltimore, according to authorities.

Orioles Pitcher John Means Announces He Needs Surgery On His Throwing Arm

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Orioles star pitcher John Means announces on social media he needs Tommy John surgery on this throwing arm.

Police ID Maryland Man Shot In Incident At Peru Envoy’s Home

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Gordon Casey, a 19-year-old from Germantown, Maryland, was identified by the Metropolitan Police Department on Saturday as the man who was shot and killed by U.S. Secret Service officers this past week at the residence of Peru's ambassador to the United States.

Korean War Vet Laid To Rest In Maryland 7 Decades Later

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A Korean War veteran has been laid to rest near his Western Maryland home after authorities identified his remains among 55 boxes turned over from North Korea.

Chris Rock Performs In Sold-Out Baltimore Show With Visitors Eager To Hear About Will Smith Slap

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The incident left Will Smith banned by the Academy from attending the Oscars for the next ten years, but also caused a massive demand for Chris Rock’s comedy tour tickets.

Suspect Found Dead After Shooting 4, Causing Panic In DC

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Dozens of law enforcement officers are responding to the scene near Connecticut Avenue and Van Ness St. in the Van Ness neighborhood of Washington.

Ex-Baltimore Police Fiscal Chief Speaks Out: ‘I Want To Tell My Side Of The Story’

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Dana Hayes, Jr., the former chief of fiscal services for the Baltimore Police Department, is working to clear his name after Commissioner Michael Harrison fired him just days after he was hired.

Ravens Pick Higher Than Usual After Injury-Filled Season

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The Ravens will certainly hope for better luck in 2022, but given what happened last year, the health history of anyone they draft will be scrutinized.

Community Cleans Up Middle Branch Park with Blue Water Baltimore for Earth Day

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Dozens of volunteers from companies like Amazon and BGE came out for the event.

Maryland Reports 1,000 New COVID-19 Cases For Second Consecutive Day

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For the second time in as many days, Maryland reported more than 1,000 new COVID-10 cases on Friday.

FAA Says It Failed To Tell Capitol Police About Plane Flight

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The FAA said it was “taking immediate steps to ensure that we always coordinate well in advance with other agencies to avoid confusion over future aviation events in the Washington, D.C., area.”

Orioles Extend 1992 Ticket Pricing To May 8

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Anyone who wants to go to an Orioles home game can pay as low as $4 per ticket until May 8.

Tree Falls On Annapolis House, Kills A Man

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A fallen tree trapped four people inside a house in Annapolis on Monday, authorities said.

CDC Mask Mandate For Travelers Struck Down By Federal Judge

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It is unclear clear how quickly the ruling will be implemented at airports or train stations across the country or if the Justice Department will attempt to block the ruling and file an appeal.

Ever Forward To Undergo Inspection Prior To Resuming Journey

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A cargo ship that's been stuck for more than a month in the Chesapeake Bay, is finally floating again.

Wastewater Treatment Plant Problem Prompts Olszewski To Call For County Oversight

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Maryland Environmental Services took temporary control over Baltimore City's wastewater treatment plant on March 27.

Loyola Professor Encourages Marylanders To Keep Up COVID-19 Protocols

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Philadelphia on Monday reinstated its indoor mask mandate after COVID-19 cases there increased by 50% in a two-week span.

557 People Were Killed On Maryland Roadways In 2021, Officials Say

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More than 550 people died on Maryland roadways last year, state officials said Monday, and the leading causes have remained consistent: speeding, impaired driving, distracted driving and failure to wear a seatbelt.

Maryland Weather: Warm Days Are Around The Corner

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The rain that continued through most of Monday should be gone by midnight.

Maryland Weather: Today’s An Alert Day Due To The Rain Threat

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The First Alert Weather Team has declared Monday an Alert Day due to soaking rain.

WJZ’s Furever Friend: Alfie

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This week’s WJZ Furever Friend is Mackee.

Baltimore County Police Partially Identify Detectives Who Shot Driver Of Car That Allegedly Rammed Police Vehicle

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Baltimore County police on Monday released the last names of the four detectives who shot the driver who allegedly rammed a police vehicle last week while a special unit was arresting two people.

Former Cambridge Mayor Pleads Guilty To Distributing Revenge Porn; Sentenced To 3 Years Probation, $5K Fine

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Bradshaw was charged last November with 50 counts of distributing revenge porn.

Ravens Release WR Miles Boykin, Sign Huntley And 3 Other Exclusive Rights Free Agents

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The Baltimore Ravens have released wide receiver Miles Boykin, clearing an estimated $2.5 million in salary cap space, the team announced Monday.

Rain Dampens 1st White House Easter Egg Roll Since 2019

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The Easter egg roll featured several other stations, including a talent show, a place to teach kids about farming, a photo-taking station, a physical “egg-ucation” zone with an obstacle course, and a “cafetorium” where children learned to make treats.

Mormon Temple Launches Historic Opening To Public, First In Nearly 50 Years

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The temple, which opened in 1974, closed in March 2018 for a significant renovation.

Janet & Walter Sondheim Art Prize Finalists To Exhibit Work At Walters Art Museum

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The Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts (BOPA) has announced the names of three finalists for its 17th annual Janet & Walter Sondheim Art Prize.

Six Charged In Fatal 2021 Stabbing Outside Dundalk Restaurant

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Rosario “Tony” Valenti was leaving a Papas Smokehouse around midnight on Feb. 26 last year when he was stabbed in the parking lot, police said. He died a week later.

Towson University Senior Wins $50K VaxCash 2.0 Prize

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The 22-year-old Elkridge resident was eligible for the drawing after receiving her COVID-19 vaccinations and booster shot in Maryland. Havrilko told the lottery she's still deliberating on how to spend the prize money.

Where’s Marty? Checking Out The Greenery & Scenery At Ladew Topiary Gardens

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Today we visited one of Maryland's real gems: Ladew Topiary Gardens. Located about 15 miles north of the Beltway, just off Jarrettsville Pike, is the former estate of Harvey Ladew.

Wilmer Valderrama On ‘NCIS’: Nick Torres ‘Will Never Be The Same’

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Wilmer Valderrama shares what fans can expect from a new episode of "NCIS" on CBS Monday night and how his daughter changed the way he looks at his career.

Baltimore County Targeting Back River’s Midge Swarms With Spraying Program

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Baltimore County is establishing a permanent aerial spraying program to keep Back River’s midge population at bay, County Executive Johnny Olszewski announced Monday.

Maryland Teacher Wins $50,000 After Husband Buys Lottery Ticket To Cheer Her Up

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Spouses hoping to do their partner a favor might have a hard time competing with Robyn Meija's husband.

Annapolis Spring Sailboat Show Starts April 29

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Tickets are available for advance purchase and online only on the Annapolis Boat Shows website.

Justices Reject States’ Appeal Over Cap On Tax Deductibility

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The lawsuit argued that the Republican-led tax law, signed by then-President Donald Trump, unfairly singled out high-tax states in which Democrats predominate.

Ravens Senior VP Bob Eller To Retire In June, Team Says

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Since the Browns moved to Baltimore ahead of the 1996 season, Eller has directed the day-to-day operations, including at training camps and minicamps, and overseen team travel and catering for players, coaches and staff.

Ever Forward Cargo Ship Refloated Sunday Morning

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The U.S. Coast Guard confirms after over a month of being stuck the Ever Forward cargo ship has been refloated in the Chesapeake Bay.

Six People Injured By Easter Sunday Shootings In Baltimore

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The Baltimore Police Department's detectives opened investigations into five different shootings across the city on Easter Sunday, according to authorities.

Families Across Baltimore Celebrated Easter Sunday Sans COVID Restrictions

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People filled churches for Easter Service—and this year something was different.

Nonworking Smoke Alarms Contributed To Taneytown Fatal Fire

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Fire investigators have discovered that there were no working smoke alarms inside a Taneytown building when it was damaged by a deadly fire on Saturday morning, according to authorities.

3 People Injured In Small Plane Crash In Grantsville

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Maryland State Police say a pilot and his two female passengers were injured in a small plane crash in Garrett County Saturday night.

Baltimore County Police Seek Missing 88-Year-Old Man

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Baltimore County Police are searching for an elderly man who has gone missing, according to authorities.

Marylanders Weather: Prepare For Wind Gusts And Freezing Temperatures

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Marylanders are in for a cold night across the region.

Orioles Score 5 In 8th To Beat Yankees 5-0

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Pinch-hitter Rougned Odor delivered the clutch hit the Orioles had been waiting for — against his former team, no less.

Donaldson Homers To Lead Yankees Over Orioles 5-2

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Josh Donaldson and the New York Yankees emerged from a rain delay and finally produced a big inning at the plate.

31-Year-Old Man Killed In Northwest Baltimore Quadruple Shooting

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Homicide detectives are investigating a shooting that killed a man and injured three more people in the northwest neighborhood of Pimlico on Saturday, according to authorities.

Maryland’s Gas-Tax Holiday Ends On Sunday

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Gas prices in Maryland are set to surge above $4 per gallon tomorrow after Maryland’s gas-tax holiday expires.

Man Dies After Being Struck By Car On I-83 In Baltimore

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Baltimore City Police say a 32-year-old man was killed after being stuck by a vehicle on I-83 near Chase Street early Saturday morning.

Runners Race To Raise Funds For Injured And Fallen First Responders

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Runners lined up in Towson on Saturday to honor Maryland’s fallen first responders.

Orioles Edge Yankees 2-1 On Bases-Loaded Walk In 11th

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Aroldis Chapman's offspeed pitch was a bit high — and in a game that came down to the bullpens, it was Baltimore's unheralded group that prevailed.

4 BCPD Officers Opened Fire On Driver Who Allegedly Rammed Police Car During Dundalk Arrest; No Officers In Unit Had Body Cameras

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Police said the officers were detaining two people in connection with a 2021 homicide around 1 p.m. near the intersection of Maryland Avenue and Avon Avenue when a driver in a black Infiniti allegedly rammed a police car.

Baltimore City Board Of Estimates To Weigh $345K Settlement With Elijah Gorham’s Parents

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Baltimore City is considering a $345,000 settlement to head off litigation from the family of Elijah Gorham, a Mervo student who died last year of a head injury suffered during a football game.

Man Charged In West Baltimore Shootout That Killed 22-Year-Old

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Karl Wallace is charged with first-degree murder and firearms-related charges in the death of 22-year-old Troy Gross.

DC Man Found Guilty Of Fatally Stabbing Man In Maryland Popeyes

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Police initially said the stabbing was related to the release of a new chicken sandwich at the restaurant chain.

Teen Injured In South Baltimore Shooting

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The victim was hospitalized with what police called a non-life-threatening injury.

Marylanders, Fill Up Your Tanks. Gas Prices Are About To Go Up

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Time is running out for Maryland's drivers to take advantage of reduced prices at the pump.

Over 300 Containers Removed From Ever Forward, Officials Hope To Be Finished By Monday

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The Ever Forward ran aground 24 feet deep into the mud on March 13.

Fire Damages Three Rowhomes In East Baltimore

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The fire was contained within 30 minutes, and no injuries were reported.

33-Year-Old Woman Found Dead In Essex, Homicide Investigation Underway

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Police found the woman's body when conducting a wellness check.

Bunny Bonanzoo Returns to Maryland Zoo for Easter Weekend

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The spring celebration features all-day egg hunts, crafts, games, live entertainment, visits from the Easter Bunny and plenty of chocolate.

Orioles Put Means On IL, More Tests On Elbow Expected

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The Orioles announced that Means had a left elbow strain.

Princeton Standout Meyers Transferring To Maryland

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Abby Meyers led Princeton to the second round of the NCAA Tournament. She scored 29 points in a first-round win over Rhyne Howard and Kentucky.

Person Shot Multiple Times In Dundalk

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The victim was hospitalized and is in stable condition.

Woman Killed & Man Critical In Baltimore Double Shooting, Police Say

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A woman was killed and a man was wounded Friday morning in a shooting in southern Baltimore, authorities said.

Entry Is Free At All National Park Sites On Saturday

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Yellowstone? Free. Yosemite? Free. Everglades? Free!

Maryland Men Accused Of Kidnapping & Burning Victims With Blow Torch In Series Of Attempted Robberies

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Four Baltimore-area men face an indictment charging them with posing as police officers, kidnapping three people and terrorizing their victims with weapons including a blow torch during a string of attempted robberies.

Baltimore County Police Pursuit Ends In NE Baltimore Crash

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Baltimore County Police were pursuing a suspect around 1:45 p.m. when the suspect crashed into multiple vehicles at Harford Terrace and Weaver Avenue, Baltimore City Police confirmed.

Baltimore DPW Defends Operations Of Back Water Wastewater Treatment Plant, Says Recent Sample Was Not Raw Sewage

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The Baltimore City Department of Public Works on Friday defended its handling of a wastewater treatment plant that has been seized by the state after regulators and watchdogs claimed the facility discharged raw sewage into the Back River, saying a sample recently collected near the facility was not solid waste.

Maryland & Temple Rare D-I Schools With Top Black Leadership

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Recent moves have made Temple just the second school that plays major college football to have an African-American in all three of those high-profile positions, along with Maryland.

Louisville Adds Danny Manning To Cardinals Coaching Staff

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Louisville head coach Kenny Payne has hired former Kansas great and college basketball Hall of Famer Danny Manning as an assistant, a month after the coaching veteran completed an interim stint at Maryland.

Matthew Fader Sworn In As Chief Judge Of State’s Highest Court

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Judge Matthew J. Fader has been sworn in as the chief judge of the Maryland Court of Appeals, the highest court in the state.

Where’s Marty? Checking Out The Threads At Tuxedo House In Timonium

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Where's Marty? Checking out the threads at the Tuxedo House in Timonium.

Maryland Adds 3,900 Jobs In March, Unemployment Rate Falls To 4.6%

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Maryland added 3,900 jobs in March and the unemployment rate fell below 5%, according to newly released figures from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Woman, 26, Shot During Attempted Robbery, Baltimore Police Say

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A 26-year-old woman was shot early Friday during an attempted robbery in Baltimore, authorities said.

Maryland Weather: Sunny Friday Followed By A Cloudy Saturday

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There's no shortage of sunshine in store for our Friday.

56-Year-Old Man Arrested In Annapolis Shooting, Police Say

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A 56-year-old man has been arrested in connection with a shooting in Annapolis on Thursday evening, police said.

Baltimore Man, 33, Hospitalized After Being Shot In His Yard, Police Say

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A 33-year-old Baltimore man was hospitalized Friday morning after he was shot in his back yard, authorities said.

Maryland Weather: Pleasant, Sunny And Dry Friday In Store

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For Easter this weekend, look for sunny and cooler air with highs in the mid to upper 50s, making for a much cooler end to the weekend.

Park Honoring Fallen Firefighter Racheal Wilson Opens In West Baltimore

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A new park in West Baltimore that honors one of the city's fallen heroes opened Thursday after years of planning.

Turtles Have A New Floating Island To Sunbathe In Inner Harbor

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The Waterfront Partnership has installed a 100-square-foot turtle island in a canal along Lancaster Street.

Police Searching For Pennsylvania Man Missing Since Last Week, Believed To Be In Baltimore

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Pennsylvania police believe Cardona may be around Baltimore City, police said.

As States Move To Restrict Abortion Access, Neighboring States Prepare For Surges In Demand

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Several states across the country have found themselves turning into potential safety nets for abortion care as their neighbors move to limit access.

Baltimore Health Department Selects Community Based Organizations To Distribute COVID-19 Test Kits

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The Baltimore City Health Department has picked 35 community groups to distribute at-home COVID-19 test kits, focusing on populations with trouble accessing tests.

A Rising Democratic Star Told His Origin Story. But Did He Allow A Narrative To Take Hold That Didn’t Match The Facts?

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(CNN) –– Wes Moore, a leading Democratic candidate for governor of Maryland, first became famous for his 2010 bestselling memoir, “The Other Wes Moore,” an inspirational story of two boys with the same name and ties to the rough streets of Baltimore. While the author became a Rhodes scholar, an Army captain and a White […]

Laura Neuman Decides Not To Run For Governor Of Maryland

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Neuman, who spent most of her career as a tech entrepreneur, was the only woman running in the crowded Democratic primary.

Judge Denies Mosby Defense Motions To Dismiss Case, Remove Prosecutor

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A grand jury indicted Mosby in January on four felony counts including charges of perjury and making false statements.

Brightside Boutique Relocating Fells Point Store To Harbor East

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Women's clothing store Brightside Boutique is relocating its Fells Point store to Harbor East, but owner Christie Vazquez is planning a new concept for the space at 732 S. Broadway.

Baltimore County Officers Shoot Person After Police Car Rammed During Arrest Attempt, Police Say

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The person shot was transported to Shock Trauma, and their condition is unknown.

Detectives ID Body Found On I-95 As Mother Of 3-Year-Old Killed In Baltimore House Fire, Police Say

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Authorities on Thursday positively identified a woman found dead along Interstate 95 as the biological mother of a 3-year-old girl who was killed last week in a Baltimore house fire.

Maryland Weather: It’s Warm, But Rain & Storms Are On The Way

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It will be breezy and warm with some sunshine. Showers and thunderstorms will arrive this afternoon ahead of a cold front.

Need Help Paying Your Mortgage? This Baltimore City Program Might Help

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Baltimore homeowners hit hardest by the COVID-19 pandemic could soon get some much-needed help through a new mortgage assistance program.

BPD Will Start Hiring Civilian Investigators Later This Year, Officials Say

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Starting this year, the Baltimore Police Department will hire civilian investigators to supplement its ranks of sworn officers, Commissioner Michael Harrison and Mayor Brandon Scott said.

Mosby Officially Files To Run For Third Term As Baltimore City State’s Attorney

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In a widely anticipated move, State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby on Thursday officially filed to run for a third term as Baltimore City's top prosecutor.

Man, 52, Shot In Head After ‘Road Rage Incident,’ Baltimore Police Say

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A 52-year-old man was fatally shot in the head Thursday in what Baltimore authorities are calling a road rage incident.

Hogan Announces $9.8M In Grants For Security Improvements In Business Districts, Nonprofit Facilities

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Fifty-four local business districts and 250 nonprofit organizations have received $10 million in grants for security enhancements as part of Gov. Larry Hogan's $500 million "Re-Fund the Police" initiative, state officials said Thursday.

Muralist Ernest Shaw Finds Inspiration In His Children & Love Of Baltimore

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Ernest Shaw’s “Continuous Line” exhibition runs through Easter at Baltimore’s World Trade Center Top of the World Observation Level at the Inner Harbor.

Grace Period Begins For Speed Cameras Along Jones Falls Expressway In Baltimore

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Speed cameras installed on the Jones Falls expressway began clocking speeding drivers on Thursday. The activated speed cameras will be along both northbound and southbound at West 41st St.

Wegmans Plans To Eliminate Plastic Bags In All Its Stores By End Of 2022

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Wegmans, the Rochester, N.Y.-based gourmet grocery store chain with eight locations in Maryland, said Thursday it plans to phase out plastic bags in all its stores.

Woman, 75, Dies Of Injuries Suffered In Severn House Fire

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A senior woman who was pulled from a house fire Monday in Severn has died, authorities said Thursday.

Where’s Marty? Learning How McClintock Distilling Made A Pandemic Pivot

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Get to know the crew at McClintock Distilling, a Frederick distillery that found a way to help with Maryland's COVID-19 response when all of us needed a big hand.

16-Year-Old Wounded In East Baltimore Double Shooting, Police Say

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A shooting late Wednesday in east Baltimore sent two people to the hospital, including a 16-year-old boy, authorities said.

Man, 47, Shot Dead Inside Vehicle In Southern Baltimore, Police Say

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A 47-year-old man was found shot to death early Thursday inside a car in southern Baltimore, authorities said.

Orioles Fall To Brewers 4-2 After Milwaukee Scores 2 In 9th Inning

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Corbin Burnes certainly pitched well enough to earn his first win of the season, flashing the form that earned him last year’s NL Cy Young Award during an overpowering start against the Baltimore Orioles.

Body Found Near I-95 Could Be Parent Of Child Killed In Baltimore Fire

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Baltimore Police confirmed the child's death was being investigated as a homicide Monday.

Popular Little Italy Restaurant Manager Was Killed By Man On Robbery Spree, Charging Documents Say

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Samuel Wise of West Baltimore is charged with first-degree murder in Patterson's death.

Baltimore Police Find Gunshot Victim Inside Overturned Vehicle Wednesday

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Homicide detectives are investigating the events leading up to a deadly crash in Northwest Baltimore on Wednesday, according to authorities.

Baltimore Officer Injured After Patrol Car Strikes Vehicle & Pole, Police Say

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An officer was injured Wednesday after her patrol car struck a vehicle and a pole before catching fire, authorities said.

Maryland Weather: Showers And Gusty Thunderstorms Are On The Way

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The warmest day in over six months arrived in the form of Wednesday.