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Bruce Springsteen Returning To Baltimore For First Time Since 2016

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Calling all Bruce Springsteen fans: The Boss will be playing in Charm City for the grand opening of Baltimore Arena next year.

Maryland Weather: Alert Day Due To Afternoon Storms

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Our Tuesday is off to a warm and sunny start, but we expect that to change later on.

3 Cars Destroyed In Vehicle Fire At Towson Mall Garage

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Three cars were destroyed in a vehicle fire that broke out Tuesday morning at the Towson mall's parking garage.

Maryland Boy, 14, Killed In Worcester County Hit-And-Run

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A 14-year-old boy was killed Monday night in a hit-and-run crash in Worcester County, authorities said.

Boy, 17, Shot & Killed In Northeast Baltimore, Police Say

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A 17-year-old boy was shot and killed Monday night in Northeast Baltimore, authorities said.

Retailers Compete With Amazon Prime Day, Deals Running Through Wednesday

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Target, Best Buy and Walmart are just a few other major retailers offering their own competitive deals.

Maryland’s Monkeypox Case Count Climbs To 22, CDC Data Show

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There are now 22 documented cases of monkeypox in Maryland, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Witness Describes Deadly Confrontation Between Timothy Reynolds And Squeegee Worker

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A man who said he witnessed the deadly confrontation spoke to WJZ Monday. “I saw him come out with the bat and then boom boom boom, five blasts went off,” he said.

Voters Watch Gubernatorial Debate Looking For Answers On School Equity, Safety

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Maryland gubernatorial candidates who chose to participate in a debate Monday night homed in on questions surrounding a key topic for those heading to the polls: education.

Marylanders Aren’t Dissuaded By Multiple COVID Infections Or The High Positivity Rate

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COVID-19 remains a constant problem even as many Americans continue to venture out after more than two years of the pandemic.

Debate Recap: What The Gubernatorial Candidates Said On Education

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Ten candidates for governor took the stage at Baltimore City Community College on Monday night to discuss an issue often at the forefront of voters' minds: public education.

Maryland Churches Marred By Arson And Vandalism See Additional Damage Monday

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Maryland churches are at the center of various investigations into arson and vandalism—a trend that has continued over the weekend and into Monday.

Maryland Weather: A Pleasant Monday, But Severe Weather Possible For Tuesday

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Overnight, there's a more humid flow of air from the southwest that will make for a more uncomfortable day Tuesday, with the threat of later afternoon storms.

President Biden Reveals The Webb Telescope’s Stunning First Image

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President Joe Biden released one of Webb's first images Monday at the White House during a preview event with NASA Administrator Bill Nelson.

Baltimore Spirits Company Announces New Rye Aged In French Wine Barrels

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Baltimore Spirits Company's newest take on its signature Epoch Rye was aged four years and five months, spending the last two years in Sauternes wine barrels from France.

Teenager Arrested In Car Theft Involving Dragging Man In Little Italy, Police Say

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Baltimore police officers have arrested a teenager following a car theft gone awry in Little Italy on Sunday night, according to authorities.

Serial Robber Who Targeted Baltimore-Area Businesses Sentenced To 12 Years In Prison

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A serial robber who preyed upon Baltimore-area businesses has been sentenced to 12 years in federal prison, according to Justice Department officials.

State Investigators Release Video Of Baltimore Police Fatal Crash

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State investigators have released video footage of a Baltimore police officer colliding with—and ultimately killing—a man on a scooter while en route to a report of a stabbing in East Baltimore in June.

Woman, 30, Shot While Driving In Northwest Baltimore, Police Say

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A 30-year-old woman was shot while driving Monday afternoon in Northwest Baltimore, authorities said.

State Lotteries Transfer Wealth Out Of Needy Communities

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While the growing expansion of casinos and state-sanctioned sports betting steal the spotlight, state lotteries have nearly doubled in size over the past two decades, driving a multibillion-dollar wealth transfer from low-income U.S. communities to powerful multinational companies.

Hogan Announces Chesapeake Bay Restoration Grant Recipients

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Gov. Larry Hogan announced on Monday that he will be steering $18.8 million toward 22 restoration projects that aim to improve the water quality and habitat of the Chesapeake Bay watershed, state officials.

Arson Detectives Investigating Early Morning Fire In Elwood Park, Baltimore Firefighter Injured

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Baltimore police are looking into the possibility that someone deliberately set fire to a house in Elwood Park on Monday, according to authorities.

Maryland Weather: Bright And Pleasant

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We are kicking off the work week with a stunner of a day!

National Aquarium Nears Launch Date Of New Audiovisual Event Series For Adults

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The National Aquarium will launch an immersive event series for adults in 10 days, according to aquarium staff.

2 Men ‘Stable’ After Double Stabbing In Frederick, Police Say

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Two men were hospitalized Sunday morning after they were stabbed multiple times in Frederick, authorities said.

Maryland Sportsbooks Handle $19 Million In June, Contribute $189K To The State

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Maryland's five sportsbooks handled more than $19 million in bets in June, paying out nearly $18 million in prizes to bettors, the Maryland Lottery and Gaming Commission announced Monday.

Where’s Marty? Learning About A Tall Ship’s History At The Inner Harbor

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This morning's visit to the Libertad, an Argentine naval vessel, was anything but what you would have expected.

Federal Government Secures Initial 3.2M Doses Of Novavax Vaccine

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The Biden administration has secured an initial 3.2 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine produced by Novavax, a Gaithersburg-based biotechnology company, the federal government announced Monday.

Man & Teen Wounded In Pair Of Monday Morning Baltimore Shootings

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Two people including a teen were hurt early Monday in a pair of shootings in Baltimore, authorities said.

Family Of Efraim Gordon Celebrates With Completion Of Torah

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Hundreds of people gathered together on Sunday to honor the life of Israeli citizen, Efriam Gordon, who was shot and killed in a carjacking in May 2021.

Unique Baltimore Mentoring Program Encourages Kids To Paint New City Mural

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There's a new mural in Charm City that was developed and painted by children participating in a unique mentoring program in Baltimore.

One Person Shot, Killed In Southeast Baltimore On Sunday Morning

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Homicide detectives are investigating a deadly shooting that took place along one of the main traffic arteries in Southeast Baltimore on Sunday, according to authorities.

With New Permit, Johns Hopkins Can Keep Up Barn Owl Research

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After securing a new state permit, a Johns Hopkins University researcher will be allowed to continue medical experiments on barn owls that have been criticized by a leading animal rights group.

Man, Woman Found Fatally Wounded Following Assault In Parkville, Maryland, Police Say

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Baltimore County Police are investigating a homicide that occurred in Parkville, Maryland, on Sunday, according to authorities.

Maryland Weather: A Cold Front Will Increase The Possibility Of Rainstorms

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The rain has moved out of the area and the skies will clear overnight.

Officials Investigate Vandalism, Fires At Maryland Churches

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Investigations are underway into several weekend incidents of apparent arson and vandalism at churches in Maryland, authorities said.

Orioles Beat Skidding Angels 9-5 For 8th Straight Win

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The Baltimore Orioles rolled to their eighth straight victory Sunday, using successive four-run innings and three RBIs by Ramón Urías to beat the road-weary Los Angeles Angels 9-5.

Baltimore’s Vacant Homes Draw Interest From Investors

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Members of a community development group gathered outside a vacant West Baltimore rowhouse on a cloudy winter morning, preparing for an auction, when a stranger in his 20s showed up with a New York accent and slicked-back hair.

Maryland Weather: Sunday Sunny Skies

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After a soggy start to the weekend, the sun has finally returned.

Police Officer Released From Hospital After Being Dragged Two Blocks In Northwest Baltimore

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A Baltimore police officer who was dragged by a car across two blocks in Northwest Baltimore and put on life support was released from the hospital Saturday.

Howard County Restaurant Weeks Offers Foodies Creative Cuisine And Craft Beverages

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Get hungry because Howard County Restaurant Weeks is back.

Deadly Double Shooting In Northeast Baltimore May Be Murder-Suicide, Police Say

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Homicide detectives are looking into the possibility a shooting that killed two people in Northeast Baltimore was the end result of a murder-suicide, according to authorities.

Hogan Doubles Reward For Information About A Deadly Clash In Downtown Baltimore That Killed A Man

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Gov. Larry Hogan is doubling the reward for tips that lead investigators to the person who shot and killed 48-year-old Timothy Reynolds.

Two Men In ‘Critical Condition’ Following Shooting In Southwest Baltimore, Police Say

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Homicide detectives are investigating a shooting that left two men with life-threatening injuries in Southwest Baltimore early Saturday, according to authorities.

Maryland Weather: Flood Watch Lifts for Parts Of Maryland Saturday

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The National Weather Service issued flood watches and warnings across the state of Maryland are set to be lifted Saturday Afternoon.

Orioles Extend Streak To 7, Win 1-0 As Angels’ Nevin Returns

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Dean Kremer combined with four relievers on a five-hitter, and the Baltimore Orioles beat the Los Angeles Angels 1-0 Saturday for their first seven-game winning streak in five years.

Episcopal Bishops Gather At Site Of Deadly Confrontation To Pray For Gunshot Victim, Squeegee Worker

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Over 100 Episcopalians walked from the Convention Center to the intersection of Conway and Light Streets and held a prayer vigil for peace on Friday.

Reward Money Offered For Information On Several Deadly Shootings In Baltimore

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Metro Crime Stoppers is offering rewards for tips that lead investigators to the people responsible for several different murders in Baltimore during the months of June and July, according to authorities.

Mancini Delivers Game-Winning Hit As Orioles Stun Angels 5-4

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Trey Mancini hit a game-winning single in a three-run ninth inning, and the Baltimore Orioles extended their season-high win streak to six games with a 5-4 victory over the Los Angeles Angels on Friday night.

Baltimore’s Mayor Makes Public Year-In-Progress Report Of His Crime Prevention Strategy

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Mayor Brandon Scott on Friday made public a safety report that shows a snapshot of the progress his administration has made under the implementation of his violence prevention plan.

Argentinian Tall Ship Arrives At Inner Harbor, Tours Available This Weekend

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The Libertad, a training vessel for Argentinian midshipmen, arrived at the Inner Harbor on Friday morning.

Man Describes Encounter With Downtown Baltimore Squeegee Worker Prior To Deadly Shooting

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After a deadly encounter between a motorist and a squeegee worker in Baltimore Thursday afternoon, another motorist said he came face to face with squeegee workers at the same intersection near Conway Street just hours before.

Bradley Beal Believes Wizards Can Win Title After Signing Max Deal

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“I want to win a championship and I want to do it here,” Beal said Friday in a news conference to discuss his max-value contract. “I believe that we can win in D.C.”

Joint Law Enforcement Sweep ‘Operation North Star’ Results In 89 Fugitive Arrests, Officials Say

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"Operation North Star," a joint action by the U.S. Marshals Service and local law enforcement, resulted in the arrest of 89 fugitives in the Baltimore area, including nine people wanted for murder, officials said.

Baltimore Police Identify Man Killed In Confrontation With Squeegee Workers

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Baltimore police on Friday identified the man who was shot and killed during a confrontation with a squeegee worker in the Inner Harbor as 48-year-old Timothy Reynolds.

Maryland Weather: Flood Watch Tonight, Alert Day Tomorrow

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The First Alert Weather Team has declared Saturday an Alert Day due to heavy rain and possible flooding.

Marilyn Mosby Discusses Election, Her Federal Case And Tension With Police Union

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Marilyn Mosby is seeking her third term as Baltimore City State’s Attorney and looking to hold off the same two challengers she beat in 2018.

Scott Taps Former Baltimore Police Interim Commissioner Barksdale As Deputy Mayor For Public Safety

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Anthony Barksdale, the former interim commissioner of the Baltimore Police Department, has been tapped to serve as the city's Deputy Mayor for Public Safety, Mayor Brandon Scott announced Friday.

MD Awards $127.6M To Expand Broadband Access, Hogan Says

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An estimated 15,000 households that are unserved or underserved are expected to gain broadband access through the grants.

Maryland Gubernatorial Candidates Set To Square Off In Monday’s Debate

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With the July 19 primary election just around the corner, WJZ wants to help you get acquainted with the candidates vying to become Maryland's next governor.

CDC Reports 5 More Monkeypox Cases In MD, State Receives 682 Vaccine Doses From Feds

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The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has reported an additional five monkeypox cases in Maryland, bringing the total in the state to 14.

BSO Reduces Schedule To Maximize Attendance, Create Slots For Other Concerts

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The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra is cutting the number of concerts in its 2022-23 schedule with an eye toward "maximizing attendance" and creating openings for new concerts and partnerships, the organization said.

15-Year-Old Boy Wounded In Shootout At Severn Playground, Police Say

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A 15-year-old boy was wounded Thursday afternoon in a shootout that unfolded at a playground in Anne Arundel County.

Howard County Restaurant Weeks Returns July 11-24

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Howard County Restaurant Weeks is back, offering something for everyone no matter your budget or your tastes.

Where’s Marty? Learning About The Parkton Stone Arch Bridge

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Today we went out to Gunpowder Falls State Park near Parkton where you can find the state's oldest bridge. It is currently closed to traffic but is located at the end of Old Frederick Road, just off the Torrey Brown NCR Trail, where there is parking available.

Man, 24, Shot In The Face In Southeast Baltimore, Police Say

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A 24-year-old man was shot in the face Thursday night in southeast Baltimore, authorities said.

Baltimore Man, 23, Charged With Murder In Deadly June Shooting

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A 23-year-old Baltimore man is under arrest in connection with a deadly shooting last month, authorities said Friday.

Police: Man Shot And Killed After Swinging Bat At Squeegee Worker

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A man was shot and killed at a busy Inner Harbor intersection after he confronted a squeegee worker with a baseball bat and someone in the group of squeegee workers opened fire, police said.

Candidate Profile: Ivan Bates Seeks Baltimore’s Top Prosecutor Job For Second Time

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“Crime’s out of control and people want change," he said. "People are afraid and scared."

Light Rail Riders Brace For Scaled-Back Schedules

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The MTA said, beginning Sunday, July 10, weekday trains will operate on a modified Saturday schedule.

Adley Rutschman Homers, Orioles Beat Angels And Run Win Streak To 5

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Rookie Adley Rutschman hit his first home run at Camden Yards and the Baltimore Orioles extended their winning streak to a season-best five games, beating the Los Angeles Angels 4-1g

Maryland Weather: A Sunny, Cloudy Friday Before Rain Moves In At Night

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Most of Friday will feature sun and clouds and warmer temperatures, but rain showers will return by later in the evening.

Baltimore Police Release Draft Map Of New ‘Data Driven’ Districts

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Under the proposal, some of the biggest changes would come to the Central, Eastern and Southeastern districts.

Maryland Weather: Overnight Rain Will Create Flooding Conditions In The Baltimore Area

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Clouds and humid conditions hung around Baltimore on Friday.

Two Males, Including 16-Year-Old, Shot In East Baltimore, Police Say

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Two people, including a 16-year-old boy, were shot Thursday night in East Baltimore, police said.

Baltimore Ravens Bring Back Justin Houston On 1-Year Deal

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Outside linebacker Justin Houston is coming back to the Baltimore Ravens on a one-year deal, the team announced Thursday.

‘It’s A Cane!’: Body Camera Footage Sheds New Light On Harford County Deputies’ Shooting Of Edgewood Man

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A 53-year-old Edgewood man killed by Harford County deputies during an April confrontation in Forest Hill was holding a cane when deputies opened fire, fatally shooting him, authorities said Thursday.

Repairs On Baltimore’s North Avenue Sinkhole Could Take 6 Weeks To Complete, City Says

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Crews have patched up a sinkhole that opened this week in Baltimore, but repair work on another sinkhole is ongoing, the city Department of Transportation said Thursday.

West Virginia Man Indicted In Maryland Workplace Shooting

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A grand jury has indicted the West Virginia man accused of shooting and killing three coworkers at a Maryland machine shop and then shooting and wounding a state trooper who was responding to the incident.

Odenton Church’s ‘Black Lives Matter’ Banner Vandalized For Third Time In Two Months, Police Say

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Police said the Ark and Dove Presbyterian Church's "Black Lives Matter" banner has been vandalized five times in two years, including three instances in the last two months.

Drivers Beware: The Grace Period For JFX Speeding Citations Ends Soon

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Baltimore drivers beware: the grace period for speeding tickets on the Jones Falls Expressway is coming to an end next week.

Baltimore Police Sergeant ‘On The Mend’ After Being Dragged By Car, Union Says

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Sgt. Ken Ramberg, the Baltimore police officer dragged by a car after a traffic stop last week, is "on the mend" and undergoing physical therapy at University of Maryland Shock Trauma, the Baltimore police union said Thursday.

Where’s Marty? Checking Out The Amazing Efforts At First Fruits Farm

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Today is the four-month anniversary of WJZ At 9. Over the past few months, K2 and I have racked up a lot of miles and seen a lot of cool stuff. But today was particularly inspirational as we visited First Fruits Farm in Freeland.

Feds Seek Prison For Capitol Rioter Who Had Confederate Flag

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Federal prosecutors have recommended an eight-month prison sentence for a Maryland man who pleaded guilty to shoving a police officer with a lacrosse stick attached to a Confederate battle flag during last year's riot at the U.S. Capitol.

18-Year-Old Charged With Attempted Murder In Southern Baltimore Shooting

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An 18-year-old man is under arrest in a shooting in southern Baltimore in April that sent another man to the hospital, authorities said Thursday.

Maryland Weather: Muggy With Storms Likely Later On

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Our Thursday is shaping up to be muggy with a chance for showers and storms later on.

Maryland High School Evacuated After Student Sets Off Firework

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A high school in Waldorf was evacuated Wednesday morning after a student set off a firework in the lobby, authorities said.

29-Year-Old Wounded In Northeast Baltimore Shooting, Police Say

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A person was wounded Wednesday night in a shooting in Northeast Baltimore, authorities said.

Early Voting For Maryland Primary Begins

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Early voting in Maryland opens at Thursday at 7 a.m. and closes at 8 p.m. on July 14th.

National Weather Service Confirms EF-1 Tornado Hit Bowie, Second Tornado In Anne Arundel County

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The National Weather Service confirmed an EF-tornado touched down in Bowie on Tuesday evening, with winds reaching up to 90 mph.

‘It’s Not Working,’ Council Member Frustrated At Relentless Violence In Baltimore As Police Defend Crime Plan

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At least 14 people have been shot in Baltimore since Friday, and the city’s homicide total stood at 184 Wednesday compared with 173 at this time last year.

Civil Rights Lawyer Ben Crump Joins Lawsuit Against Baltimore City Public Schools

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Civil rights lawyer Ben Crump, who has represented the families of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and other people killed by police, has joined a suit against Baltimore City Public Schools seeking court control of the school system.

AAA Worker Killed While Helping Stranded Driver In Prince George’s County

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A 69-year-old AAA worker died Tuesday night after he was hit by a Jeep in Prince George's County while offering roadside assistance to a stranded driver.

National Gun Law Change Has Led To Increase In Maryland’s Firearm Training Classes

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Maryland gun shops are seeing an uptick in people registering for wear and carry classes.

65-Year-Old Woman Struck By Vehicle, Dies After Trying To Cross Busy Road In East Baltimore

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A 65-year-old woman is dead after she was struck by a vehicle while using her walker to cross a road in East Baltimore, according to authorities.

More Than $7 Million In ARPA Funds Awarded To Baltimore Nonprofit Organizations

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Mayor Brandon Scott has announced the first round of American Rescue Plan Act grant awards to nonprofit organizations, according to city officials

Orioles Complete 3-Game Sweep Of Rangers With 2-1 Win

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Spenser Watkins pitched more than six innings for the first time in his career, and the Baltimore Orioles beat Texas Rangers 2-1 on Wednesday night for their first three-game sweep of the season.

‘Big Brother’ Debuts Wednesday in a Special 90-Minute Live Event

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'Big Brother' announced Wednesday the 16 new Houseguests who will embark on the 24th season of the series when they move into the mid-century Palm Springs inspired "BB Motel" during the live 90-minute premiere event Wednesday, July 6 (8:00-9:30 PM, live ET/delayed PT) on the CBS Television Network.

Maryland Governor Endorses Thiru Vignarajah’s Campaign For Baltimore City State’s Attorney

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Maryland’s Primary Election Day is July 19. A week of in-person, early voting begins Thursday, July 7.

Baltimore’s Ice Cream Parlors Are Celebrating National Ice Cream Month

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July is National Ice Cream Month. No, this isn’t something made up by dairy farmers. This directive comes from the top.

“The Challenge: USA” Brings Together Former Competitors from “Survivor,” “Big Brother” & More

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Starting Wednesday, 28 fan favorites from the most popular CBS reality shows will compete on a new show called "The Challenge: USA."

Maryland’s 6 Casinos Rake In $162.7M In June

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June's revenue figures were a slight bump from the same period a year ago, increasing by $1.2 million, or 0.8%.

Hogan Awards $122.5M To Police Agencies For Wages, Equipment

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Gov. Larry Hogan on Wednesday awarded $122.5 million in state grants to police agencies across Maryland for wages, new equipment and technological upgrades.

Maryland Department of Health Unveils New Resource For Young People Coping With Violence

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The Maryland Department of Health has developed a new mental health resource for parents, educators, and behavioral health professionals to help young people who are coping with violence, according to state officials.

Howard County Schools Looking To Fill Nearly 800 Job Openings

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The Howard County Public School System is looking to fill nearly 800 job openings, including 380 new positions, ahead of the 2022-23 school year.

Man Killed In Single-Vehicle Collision In Ellicott City

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A man died Wednesday morning after the vehicle he was driving on Route 29 went off the road, hit a pole and caught fire, the Howard County Police Department said.

Maryland Weather: Muggy With A Chance For Showers & Storms

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It's going to be a hot and humid Wednesday in Maryland with a chance for storms later on.

Bowie Picks Up The Pieces After Tornado Leaves Trail Of Damage

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Cleanup efforts are underway in Bowie after a possible tornado swept through Tuesday evening, leaving behind a trail of damage.

Maryland Up To 9 Monkeypox Cases, Health Department Confirms

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Maryland is up to nine cases of monkeypox after two more were confirmed since Sunday, according to data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

9 Families Displaced, 3 Homes Demolished After Sinkhole Opens Up In East Baltimore

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Nine families were displaced after crews demolished three homes Tuesday near a sinkhole in East Baltimore.

Orioles Outlast Rangers 10-9 On Mullins’ 10th Inning Double

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Cedric Mullins doubled in the winning run in the 10th inning, and the Baltimore Orioles beat the Texas Rangers 10-9 Tuesday night in a wild game that featured several comebacks and clutch home runs.

Demand For Contraception Up After Roe v. Wade Reversal, Doctors Say

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Doctors and prescribers are now seeing an increase in demand for different forms of contraception, including emergency contraception and longer-lasting forms of birth control.

Judge Finds Marilyn Mosby Can’t Afford Expert Witnesses, Grants Court Funding In Federal Perjury Case

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Marilyn Mosby makes a salary of about $248,000 as Baltimore City's top prosecutor.

19-Year-Old Man Dies After Being Shot In West Baltimore

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A 19-year-old man died a day after he was shot over in West Baltimore the weekend, police said.

Bowie Shaken After Possible Tornado Uproots Trees & Knocks Out Power

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The storm spawned tornado warnings for Prince George's and Anne Arundel County, and the National Weather Service said Bowie could have been hit around 5:30 p.m. by a tornado.

Sinkhole On East Baltimore Road Prompts Road Closure

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The sinkhole has closed N. Wolfe Street between North Avenue and E. Lafayette Avenue to through traffic, and detours are in effect.

Mayor Scott Calls Supreme Court Gun Decision ‘Asinine’ After Highland Park Mass Shooting

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In Highland Park, Illinois, a suburb north of Chicago, seven people died and dozens more were injured after authorities said a 21-year-old man spent weeks planning an attack.

Baltimore County Officials Seek Source Of E. Coli Contamination Found In Cox’s Point Park

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A recreational water quality advisory remains in effect at Cox’s Point Park after samples revealed moderately high levels of E. coli by the boat ramp.

Man, 53, Charged With Attempted Murder In Downtown Baltimore Shooting

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The Baltimore Police Department announced on Tuesday that its officers arrested a man last week in connection with a downtown Baltimore shooting, according to authorities.

Mayor Recognizes Achievements Of Baltimore City Public Schools CEO Amid Grade-Fixing Allegations

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On Tuesday morning, with local and state leaders present, Mayor Brandon Scott surprised another city leader by recognizing their work in Baltimore: CEO of public schools Sonja Santelises.

State Reveals New Home Loan Products To Help Marylanders Buy New Homes

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The Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development's Maryland Mortgage Program is launching a variety of new home loan products to provide more flexible options for down payments and closing cost assistance, according to housing officials.

Pasadena Woman, 63, Dies After Hit-And-Run Boating Crash On Magothy River

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Investigators believe a white center console vessel, about 25-feet-long, struck a Wellcraft boat at the Magothy River 6-knot entrance channel Sunday.

Elijah Gorham’s Death Inspires Training To Prevent Future Athletics Tragedies

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It has been nearly 10 months since Mervo High football player Elijah Gorham passed away after suffering a brain injury during a game.

4 Killed, 9 Wounded In 11 Baltimore Shootings Over Independence Day Weekend, Police Say

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Baltimore police responded to 11 shootings that killed four people and injured nine others over the Independence Day weekend, according to authorities.

Scott’s Office Touts Summer Jobs For Over 6,700 Through YouthWorks 2022

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For the second year in a row, Baltimore City's YouthWorks program helped find a summer job for every candidate who filled out an application, Mayor Brandon Scott announced Tuesday.

MDOT Closing Part Of Southbound U.S. 1 Near Cecil-Harford County Line For Road Work

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A stretch of southbound U.S. 1 near the Cecil-Harford county line will be closed for road work beginning Tuesday evening.

Hogan Orders Suspension Of Maryland’s ‘Good & Substantial Reason’ Requirement For Concealed Carry Permits

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Gun owners in Maryland will no longer be required to prove that they have a "good and substantial reason" to carry a concealed firearm under a new order issued by Gov. Larry Hogan following a recent Supreme Court ruling.

East Baltimore Sinkhole Prompts City To Shut Down Part Of North Avenue Until Further Notice

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There is a traffic alert for drivers who use East North Avenue.

Maryland Weather: Storm Threat Triggers Alert Day

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After a bright and beautiful Independence Day, unsettled weather has arrived in Maryland and will stick with us through the work week.

Man, 36, ‘Critical’ After Being Shot Multiple Times, Baltimore Police Say

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A 36-year-old man was hospitalized early Tuesday morning after he was shot multiple times, Baltimore Police said.

Sinkhole Closes Part Of Baltimore’s North Avenue Until Further Notice

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Part of North Avenue in East Baltimore shut down because of a sinkhole in the sidewalk will remain closed until further notice, authorities said.

WATCH IT AGAIN: Fourth Of July Fireworks Light Up Baltimore’s Inner Harbor

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Baltimore's Inner Harbor was lit up once again by fireworks and fun on Independence Day after two years away.

Bacteria Levels Prompt Recreational Water Advisory At Cox’s Point Park

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The sample taken at Cox's Point Boat Ramp is in yellow, meaning it may not be suitable for activities involving direct contact with the water.

BWI Fares Well Amid Mass Flight Delays, Cancellations Over Holiday Weekend

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BWI had a handful of delays Monday, but only one cancellation, according to FlightAware.com.

Where Abortion ‘Trigger Laws’ & Other Restrictions Stand After Roe v. Wade Overturned

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So-called trigger laws -- bans designed to take effect with the overturning of Roe v. Wade -- are enforceable in some states following the US Supreme Court's ruling, while in others, the bans await official action. Here's where they stand.

Star Spangled Celebration: Fourth Of July Fireworks Light Up Baltimore’s Skyline Once Again

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If you're not taking in the views from a rooftop or you don't have a chaise lounge perched atop Federal Hill, join us on CBS News Baltimore for spectacular views of the Star-Spangled Celebration.

Mother Of Abandoned Newborn Receives 18-Month Sentence

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The mother of a newborn girl who was found abandoned in the woods has been sentenced to 18 months of incarceration but may be able to serve much of the time in a residential facility.

Portion Of North Ave. Closed After Sinkhole Opens In Front Of East Baltimore Row Homes

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A large sinkhole has developed in front of a house on a busy street in East Baltimore Midway, according to the local firefighter’s union.

O’s Beat Rangers 7-6 On A Hit Batter, 37-44 At Midpoint

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Jorge Mateo limped to first base when Matt Moore hit him near the left knee with the bases loaded in the 10th inning, and the Baltimore Orioles reached the season's halfway point by coming from behind late to beat the Texas Rangers 7-6 Monday.

Cruise Company Provides Front-Row Seat To Baltimore’s Fourth Of July Fireworks

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The Watermark Journey’s boats are providing some of the best views of Baltimore’s Fourth of July festivities.

Man Arrested In Shooting That Damaged Officer’s Car, Led To Police Pursuit That Ended In Virginia Crash

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One person is in police custody after they allegedly shot at a Montgomery County Police officer in Germantown, Maryland, and fled the area on Monday, according to authorities.

State Leaders Raise Constitutionality Concerns After Feds Call For Stop To Protesting Outside Justices’ Maryland Homes

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Emotions are still running high more than a week after the U.S. Supreme Court decided to overturn Roe v. Wade.

Maryland Zoo Animals Treated To Edible Fourth Of July Celebration

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The Maryland Zoo’s Chimpanzees, miniature donkeys, pigs, and other animals celebrated the Fourth of July ahead of the fireworks, according to zoo staff.

De La Cruz Homers In 10th, Marlins Beat Nationals Again

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The Marlins won the rare 11:05 a.m. start by beating the Nationals for the 12th time in 13 games this year, including seven in a row.

Nats’ Soto Says MRI Showed No Damage To Injured Left Calf

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Juan Soto said an MRI on his left calf showed no damage after he left the Washington Nationals game Sunday against the Miami Marlins because of tightness, and he plans to take the situation day by day.

Maryland Weather: Warm & Dry Fourth Of July Forecast

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After days of waiting, the Fourth of July is finally here, and it looks like the weather will cooperate with our holiday plans.

Boat Sought In Magothy River Hit-And-Run Collision, Police Say

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Maryland Natural Resources officers are looking for the operator of a boat who struck another vessel and kept going on Sunday, according to authorities.

SLIDESHOW: AVAM’s Fourth Of July Pet Parade

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Several pets and their owners turned out Monday at the American Visionary Art Museum for the museum's annual Independence Day Pet Parade. Here are a few of the stars of the show.

Virginia Law Stops Early Inmate Releases, Angering Families

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Christopher Ford was a baby when his father was sentenced to 28 years in prison for participating in a murder-for-hire scheme that led to the killings of two people at a car dealership.

Those Fireworks Might Frighten Your Pet. Here’s To Keep Them Safe & Comfortable

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While Fourth of July fireworks can be enjoyable for some of us, they can be a nightmare for our pets.

1 Killed In Fourth Of July Shooting In Southeast Baltimore, Police Say

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One person was killed in a Fourth of July shooting that unfolded in southeast Baltimore, Baltimore Police said Monday.

Man Dies Two Months After Being Shot In South Baltimore, Police Say

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Homicide detectives are investigating the killing of a man who died late last month, two months after he was shot in southern Baltimore.

New Poll Reveals How Parents Are Doing On Fireworks Safety

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Setting off fireworks is a tradition for many families on summer holidays like July Fourth and Canada Day, but it can have dangerous consequences -- particularly for young people.

1 Killed In East Baltimore Shooting, Police Say

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A man was killed over the weekend in a shooting in East Baltimore, authorities said.

Inner Harbor Hotels Prepare For Fourth Of July Festivities

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The fireworks are back at Baltimore's Inner Harbor for the first time since the pandemic began.

WWII Medal Of Honor Recipient To Lie In Honor At U.S. Capitol

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Hershel W. “Woody” Williams, the last remaining Medal of Honor recipient from World War II, will lie in honor at the U.S. Capitol, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said Sunday.

Man Killed, Suspect At Large In Easton Shooting, Police Say

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A man was killed Sunday evening in a shooting in Talbot County, authorities said Monday.

Fourth Of July Festivities Kick Off In Baltimore County

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The Star-Spangled Spectacular returned to Baltimore on Sunday.

Man Charged In Wicomico Deputy’s Killing Indicted On 18 Charges

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The 21-year-old man arrested in the murder of a Wicomico Sheriff's Deputy was indicted on multiple charges—including first-degree murder—last week, according to charging documents.

Baltimore County Police Ask For Help Finding Missing Woodlawn Teen

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The Baltimore County Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in finding a 14-year-old girl who has been missing for nearly a week, according to authorities.

4 People Shot Near East Baltimore Intersection Within 14 Hours

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Detectives are investigating two separate shootings that injured four people within the span of 14 hours near the same intersection in Baltimore’s Berea neighborhood, according to authorities.

Maryland Weather: Expect Scattered Storms After The Fourth Of July

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A cold front that brought storms into the Baltimore area last night has pushed south of the region, leaving lower humidity and clear skies in its wake.

Wells Wins 6th Straight Decision, Orioles Beat Twins 3-1

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Tyler Wells took a no-hit bid into the fifth inning for the second straight start and won his sixth consecutive decision in leading the Baltimore Orioles over the Minnesota Twins 3-1 on Sunday.

Maryland Weather: Sunday Brings Clear Skies Brightening The Holiday Weekend

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BALTIMORE (WJZ) — After a stormy Saturday night clear skies roll in for Sunday afternoon and sticks around through the 4th of July!A few showers Sunday morning marked the passing of a cold front across the region. Behind the front, clearing skies and lower humidity levels will make for a fine Sunday afternoon with highs in […]

Firefighters Battle Two-Alarm Fire Amid Thunderstorm In Baltimore’s Riverside Neighborhood

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Firefighters are battling a two-alarm fire in Baltimore's Riverside neighborhood, according to the local firefighter's union.

Fourth Of July Fireworks Return To Baltimore’s Inner Harbor

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For the first time since 2019, Baltimore’s annual fireworks display is back in full force and poised to light up the city skyline Monday.

Maryland Comptroller Franchot Tests Positive For COVID-19

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Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot, a Democratic candidate for governor, has tested positive for COVID-19.

Severe Thunderstorms Bring Heavy Rain, Tornado Watch, To Maryland Counties

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The National Weather Service has issued a severe thunderstorm watch for 13 counties in Maryland until 9 p.m. on Saturday.

19-Year-Old Man Shot In Baltimore’s Upton Neighborhood Saturday, Police Say

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A 19-year-old man is in critical condition after he was shot in Baltimore's Upton neighborhood on Saturday, according to authorities.

MDTA Police Look For Vehicles Involved In Suspected Road Rage Shooting

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Maryland Transportation Authority (MDTA) Police Officers are investigating a shooting that happened on Friday Afternoon in Baltimore City.

Baltimore’s Light Rail Trains Waylaid By Fallen Tree On Tracks

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Baltimore's Light Rail trains have been halted due to a tree that has fallen on both tracks north of the Cold Spring Lane Light Rail Station stop, according to the Maryland Transit Authority.

High Court Marshal Seeks Enforcement Of Anti-Picketing Laws

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The marshal of the U.S. Supreme Court has asked Maryland and Virginia officials to step up the enforcement of laws she says prohibit picketing outside the homes of the justices who live in the two states.

Buxton’s 2-Run Homer In 9th Lifts Twins Over Orioles 3-2

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Byron Buxton hit his second game-ending home run of the season, a two-run drive off Jorge López in the ninth inning that lifted the Minnesota Twins over the Baltimore Orioles 3-2 on Friday night.

Baltimore Police Stepping Up Deployment On Fourth Of July Weekend, Commissioner Says

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With thousands of people expected at the Inner Harbor, Police Commissioner Michael Harrison said the department is on high alert.

State Police Expand Traffic Enforcement On I-83 In Baltimore City

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Previously, the agency was responsible for calls for service on I-83 from the Pennsylvania line to the Baltimore County/Baltimore City line.

‘It’s Sad’: Marylanders Lament Even Higher Gas Prices After State Tax Hike

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“Paying 5 dollars a gallon for gas, might as well be walking,” said driver Montez Green.

‘Totally Excessive’: After-Hours Swimmers In Baltimore City Pools Prompt Police Helicopter Response, Councilman Reacts

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The police response to after-hours swimmers in Baltimore City-owned pools has attracted attention, partially because the police department’s helicopter is sometimes used as a tool to clear the pool.

Annapolis Man Charged With Possession Of Child Pornography After Soliciting Sex With Minor Online, Police Say

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Robert Victor Santin, 55, is charged with 11 counts of possession of child pornography and related charges.

Crabs For A Cause: Jimmy’s Famous Seafood To Host Fundraiser For Victims Of Buffalo Mass Shooting

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Former Bills wide receiver Andre Reed will be a special guest at the feast, the restaurant said.

Teen, 14, Shot In Northeast Baltimore

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The victim was hospitalized with what police called a non-life-threatening injury.

June Deadliest Month In Baltimore In 7 Years; Federal-Local Partnership Aims To Solve More Homicides

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This week, WJZ has placed a spotlight on unsolved murders and the pain of families in Baltimore that are not getting justice in a ‘Crime Without Punishment’ series in partnership with CBS News.

Baltimore’s Behavioral Health Pilot Program Aims To Provide New Youth Services

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Mayor Brandon Scott on Thursday announced the launch of a public dashboard that allows Baltimoreans to follow the progress of a behavioral health pilot program that aims to divert 911 calls to community partners and behavioral health specialists.

Man Wanted For Double Killing In Maine Arrested In Maryland

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The investigation of the killings continues in Maine.

Baltimore County Schools Looks To Recruit New Staff At July Job Fairs

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Baltimore County Public Schools is looking to recruit new teachers, bus drivers, bus attendants, and school nurses, according to school staff.

Baltimore Sergeant Alert, Talking After Being Dragged By Car During Traffic Stop, Harrison Says

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After being taken to Shock Trauma for treatment on Tuesday night, the officer was listed in critical condition and said to be on full life support.

BWI Airport Braces For Busy Travel Season

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Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport is bracing for a busy Fourth of July weekend, according to airport staff.

Baltimore City Public Schools’ Virtual Learning Program To Continue In New School Year

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Baltimore City Public Schools is extending the Virtual Learning Program for students attending the 2022–23 school year, according to school staff.

Pre-Pandemic Sized Crowds Descend On US Airports For Holiday

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Travelers seemed to be experiencing fewer delays and canceled flights Friday than they did earlier this week.

Baltimore Ravens LB Jaylon Ferguson Died Of Toxic Drug Cocktail, Autopsy Finds

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Medical examiners have determined that Baltimore Ravens linebacker Jaylon Ferguson died after overdosing on a cocktail of fentanyl and cocaine, authorities confirmed Friday.

4 Teens, Adult Charged In Armed Carjacking In Dundalk

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Baltimore County officers responded around 8 p.m. to the 7800 block of Wynbrook Road in Dundalk for the carjacking.

Baltimore Man Pleads Guilty In Arson Case That Targeted Ex-Girlfriend

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A Baltimore man has pleaded guilty to setting fire to a house while his ex-girlfriend and her roommates were inside of it, according to authorities.

Maryland Law Expanding Who Can Perform Abortion Takes Effect

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A Maryland law taking effect Friday will enable nurse practitioners, nurse midwives and physician assistants who receive special training to perform abortions, as some states seek to expand access to the procedure after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade.

Howard County Man Charged In Stabbing Death At Elkridge Hotel

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An Elkridge man is under arrest in the stabbing death of another man at a Howard County hotel, authorities said Friday.

Baltimore Symphony Orchestra To Put On Star-Spangled Spectacular Show At Inner Harbor

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The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra is preparing to put on a Star-Spangled Spectacular performance at Rash Field Park on Monday.

Meet The Investigators Working To Address Baltimore City’s Unsolved Murders

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In a nondescript Baltimore warehouse, dozens of investigators are working to fix a problem that has vexed police across the country: unsolved murders.

Where’s Marty? Rocking Out At Stages Music Arts

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Today we wrapped up “Camp Week” with a trip to rock-and-roll camp. The venue was an amazing place called Stages Music Arts.

How To Avoid Getting Stuck In Traffic Over Baltimore’s Fourth Of July Weekend

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The Baltimore City Department of Transportation is cautioning people about several road closures in the downtown and Inner Harbor over the Fourth of July weekend.

University of Maryland Medicine Release Findings On Death Of Pig Heart Transplant Recipient

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The University of Maryland Medical Center sheds light on the death of a man who received a modified pig's heart in a breakthrough transplant.

Maryland Weather: Hot & Sticky, Plus Alert Day Saturday

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Our Friday's going to be a hot (and muggy) one in Maryland.

Maryland Weather: Severe Storm Threat and Flood Alert Prompts Alert Day Saturday

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Baltimore County Police Looking For Missing 12-Year-Old Girl

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Police in Baltimore County are asking for help finding a missing 12-year-old girl.

Pasadena Teen Awaits Transplant After Kidneys Fail

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Krista Jacobs, a 16-year-old from Pasadena, won't be playing softball this season due to kidney failure. While doctors are still working to determine the cause, dozens of people have volunteered to be her living donor.

Man, 44, Killed In West Baltimore Shooting, Police Say

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A 44-year-old man died early Friday morning after he was found shot multiple times in West Baltimore, authorities said.

Maryland Gas Tax Hikes 7 Cents Friday, Gov. Hogan Calls For Another Tax Holiday

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For those who are headed out this holiday weekend, Chesapeake Bay Bridge officials said to expect delays across the bridge if you're travelling during peak hours.

Man Found Fatally Shot Inside Car In North Baltimore, Police Say

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Homicide detectives are investigating the shooting death of a man who was found inside a car Thursday in northern Baltimore, authorities said.

Gun Spotted In Driver’s Car Before Baltimore Officer Dragged, Court Documents Say

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Charging documents for the Baltimore man accused of dragging a police officer for several blocks after fleeing from a traffic stop are shedding new light on the sequence of events that led up to the incident.

Ex-Baltimore Fiscal Chief Pleads Not Guilty To Fraud, Identity Theft Charges

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Dana Hayes Jr., 37, made headlines in April after the Baltimore police fired him from his new position as the chief of fiscal services.

In Baltimore, 6 In 10 Homicides Unsolved; A Mother Shares Her Pain After Losing Her Only Son

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CBS News found cases involving white homicide victims were far more likely to be solved than for Hispanic and Black victims.

Nonprofit Sues Baltimore Law Department For ‘Obstructing Access’ To Police Conduct Records

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BALT said the department has a "pattern and practice of obstructing disclosure" as well as denying information relevant to the public interest, information that is granted under the Maryland Public Information Act.

Class Of 2026 Plebes Report For Induction Day At The US Naval Academy

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The U.S. Naval Academy welcomed about 1,200 plebes, or freshmen, to its Annapolis campus Thursday.

Sheetz Lowers Some Gas Prices Below $4 Through Fourth Of July Travel Season

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Of the more than 650 Sheetz locations in six states, there are 33 Sheetz locations in Maryland.

State Investigators Release Body Camera Footage From Fatal Essex Police Shooting

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Ralph Picarello III, 39, was shot and killed by police after he had picked up two knives and “moved quickly towards officers” after being instructed to drop the blades, according to the Office of the Attorney General.

Man, 23, Charged In Ocean City Triple Stabbing

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Paul Baynard, of Ridgely, is charged with attempted first-degree murder, attempted second-degree murder, first-degree assault, second-degree assault, and reckless endangerment.

Camp Airy Dining Hall Fire Deemed Total Loss, Estimated $2M Damage

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No camp staff or campers were near the fire when it occurred, police said, and no injuries have been reported.

State Investigators Release Body Camera Footage From Towson Shooting That Left Officer Shot, Suspect Dead

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Joseph Robert Henry Thompson, 66, was shot and killed by police after he shot at an officer, according to police.

‘Deepest Image Of Our Universe’ Ever Taken By Webb Telescope Will Be Revealed In July

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The Webb mission, which was estimated to last for 10 years, has enough excess fuel capability to operate for 20 years, according to NASA.

Gas Prices, Inflation Won’t Stop Marylanders From Traveling This Fourth Of July

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Gas prices have skyrocketed since vacations past, but that isn't stopping Marylanders from hitting the road this Fourth of July weekend.

Pikesville Man Accused Pointing Gun At Other Driver In ‘Road Rage Incident’

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A Baltimore County man was arrested Wednesday night after he allegedly pointed a handgun at another driver during what authorities described as a road rage incident in Harford County.

Scott Signs Bill Establishing Baltimore City Police Accountability Board

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Mayor Brandon Scott on Thursday signed into law a bill establishing a police accountability board as part of his administration's effort to restore trust between the community and the Baltimore Police Department.

1 Killed, 5 Injured In 4-Vehicle Crash On I-95 In Harford County

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One person was killed and three more were injured Wednesday in a four-vehicle crash in Harford County, authorities said.

Foul Play Suspected In Death At Elkridge Hotel, Police Say

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Police have a person in custody after a man was found dead Thursday morning at an Elkridge hotel.

Local Nonprofit, Restaurant Chain Provide 600 Meals To Camp Airy After Dining Hall Fire

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The meals include steak and grilled chicken with salad, along with a vegetarian option, the nonprofit said.

Maryland Weather: Sunny & Warm

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All this sunshine will send temperatures soaring into the low 90s. Humidity is still minimal, but that changes overnight.

Jackson Sworn In, Becomes First Black Woman On Supreme Court

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Ketanji Brown Jackson has been sworn in to the Supreme Court, shattering a glass ceiling as the first Black woman on the nation’s highest court.

Where’s Marty? Learning The Art Of Cooking With Chef Nancy Longo

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Camp week continued Thursday with a cooking camp. And not just any cooking camp but one run by Nancy Longo, a legendary chef in Baltimore's foodie circles.

Baltimore County Police Search For Missing 12-Year-Old Girl

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Authorities are asking for help finding a 12-year-old girl reported missing in Baltimore County.

2 Men Wounded In Pair Of Baltimore Shootings, Police Say

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Two men were wounded Wednesday night in a pair of Baltimore shootings, authorities said.

Amazon, Rite Aid Cap Purchase Of Emergency Contraceptives

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Amazon is limiting how many emergency contraceptives consumers can buy, joining other retailers who put in place similar caps following the Supreme Court decision overruling Roe v. Wade.

Star Spangled Celebration: A Preview Of Baltimore’s Fourth Of July Celebration

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Baltimore's big Fourth of July celebration is just days away, and the anticipation is building as the city hasn't celebrated Independence Day together in two years.

Who Decides If We’re In A Recession? 8 Economists You’ve Likely Never Heard Of

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The economists, who serve together as the Business Cycle Dating Committee, are hand-selected by and work under the umbrella of the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER), a private nonprofit organization.

How The Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade Ruling Could Affect The Fertility Industry

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The Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade has raised fears that it could have "far-reaching ramifications" on people looking to get pregnant and the clinics providing services to help them.

Man Charged With Dragging Baltimore Officer Had Nearly 20 Prior Arrests

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Police say 36-year-old Joseph Black drove off from a traffic stop Tuesday night in Park Heights and dragged a sergeant two blocks.

Harford County Deputies Won’t Be Prosecuted In Fatal Shooting Of Man, Prosecutor Says; State Investigation Ongoing

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The prosecutor said he categorized the shooting as "suicide by law enforcement."

Authorities Urge Boating Safety As Independence Day Celebrations Get Underway On The Water

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The Maryland Department of Natural Resources Police on Wednesday spread potentially life-saving advice as new boaters look to enjoy the water this vacation weekend.

Julio Rodríguez Hits 12th HR As Mariners Topple Orioles 9-3

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The Mariners took two of three from Baltimore and continued a stretch of good baseball after a 5-1 road trip last week.

Gay Father Creates Nonprofit To Help More Same-Sex Couples Start Families Through Adoption

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The organization helps families to avoid the pitfalls and problems in the adoption process.

Baltimore Man Handed 40 Year Sentence In Beating, Death Of 2-Month-Old Daughter

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An autopsy found the baby died of blunt force trauma, and that her injuries were consistent with a severe beating.

BPD Officer Dragged By Car 2 Blocks Is Now In Fair Condition; 36-Year-Old Charged

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A Baltimore police sergeant who was dragged two blocks by a car Tuesday night following a traffic stop is out of surgery and in fair condition, Police Commissioner Michael Harrison said.

Crime Without Punishment: Homicide Clearance Rates Are Declining Across The US. Baltimore’s Is Down To 42%

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A CBS News analysis of FBI homicide data shows Baltimore City’s average clearance rate from 2015 to 2019 was just 38.7%, hitting a low of 29.7% in 2015, the tumultuous year when Freddie Gray was killed in police custody and arrests plummeted.

Maryland Offering Additional Incentives To Employees Who Serve As Election Judges

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State employees will get additional leave time if they work as election judges during the primary and general elections, Gov. Larry Hogan said.

17-Year-Old Convicted Of Murder, Rape In 2018 Attack Of Elderly Woman

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A 17-year-old boy has been convicted of murder and rape in the 2018 attack of an elderly woman, Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby said.

Maryland State Police Step Up Impaired Driving Enforcement For Fourth Of July Weekend

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Nearly 800 people have been killed and more than 15,000 have been hurt in crashes involving impaired drivers in Maryland, according to data from MDOT.

Fire Breaks Out At Camp Airy For Boys In Thurmont, No Injuries Reported

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In a statement, the camp said all campers, counselors and staff at the camp for Jewish children are safe and accounted for.

How To Support Your LGBTQ Child’s Mental Health

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When a child comes out, parents don't always know what to do and what to say, and that's OK, said Caitlin Ryan, director of the Family Acceptance Project.

Maryland Weather: Mostly Sunny & Warm

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It's another day of gorgeous weather here in Maryland.

Hogan Laments ‘Senseless Act Of Violence Against Law Enforcement’ After Baltimore Officer Dragged By Car

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Gov. Larry Hogan weighed in Wednesday after a Baltimore police sergeant was hit by a car during a traffic stop and dragged several blocks, offering his prayers.

Suspect Taken Into Custody Following ‘Possible Barricade Situation’; May Be Related To Officer Who Was Dragged

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A heavy police presence, including a SWAT Team truck, has been reported near The Y in Druid Hill in West Baltimore.

Star-Spangled Celebration: Fourth Of July Fireworks Return To The Inner Harbor

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Several events, like the American Visionary Art Museum's pet parade, are returning for Independence Day.

Where’s Marty? Hanging Out At ‘Sewchella’ Sewing Camp

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The puns flew large and strong today because we went to sewing camp!

O’Malley & Brown Tied In Democratic Primary For Maryland Attorney General, Poll Shows

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Former Maryland First Lady Katie Curran O’Malley and U.S. Rep. Anthony Brown are tied in the Democratic primary for the state’s attorney general race, according to the results of a new Goucher College poll.

Police Identify 2 Men Killed In Northeast Baltimore Triple Shooting

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Authorities on Wednesday released the identities of two men killed in a triple shooting in Northeast Baltimore over the weekend.

Man, 19, Wounded In Southeast Baltimore Shooting, Police Say

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A 19-year-old was hospitalized Tuesday night after he was shot in southeast Baltimore, authorities said.

1 Hospitalized After Truck Overturns In Edgewood

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A driver was hospitalized Wednesday morning after their truck overturned in Harford County.

Orioles Nearly Held Hitless In 2-0 Loss To Mariners

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The Orioles' only hit in the game came with one out in the fourth when Ryan Mountcastle lined a single into center field.

Police Officer Dragged By Vehicle In Northwest Baltimore

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A Baltimore police officer was struck by a vehicle and dragged down a street Tuesday evening in Northwest Baltimore, authorities said.

U.S. To Offer Monkeypox Vaccines In States With High Case Rates

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The Biden administration announced steps to beef up its response to monkeypox on Tuesday, detailing plans to offer more vaccines and more tests to people who are most at risk of getting it -- including men who have sex with men and their partners.

Clinics Scramble To Divert Patients As States Ban Abortion

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Clinics operators are moving, doctors are counseling crying patients, donations are pouring into nonprofits and one group is dispatching vans to administer abortion pills.

At Least 5 Shootings In Baltimore Since Monday; Harrison Weighs In On Mosby Prosecution Policy

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The relentless pace of killings in Baltimore has not let up with at least five shootings reported since Monday after a weekend where 18 people were shot across the city.

Baltimore City Councilmembers Pledge To Protect Women’s Rights Following Supreme Court Ruling

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The Baltimore City Council pledged on Tuesday to protect the women residing in the city and across the country.

Gov. Hogan’s Former Chief Of Staff Roy McGrath Charged With Falsification Of Records In Federal Case

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McGrath is charged with four counts of wire fraud, two counts of embezzlement and falsification of records.

Man Caught With 30 Pounds Of Cocaine Hidden In Wheelchair At BWI Airport

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Officials said the bricks had a combined weight of 30 pounds and three ounces and had an estimated street value of nearly $1 million.

Chesapeake Bay Dead Zone Smaller Than Previous Years Due To Mild May Temperatures

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Researchers are predicting this summer’s dead zone in the Chesapeake Bay will be smaller than the long-term average taken between 1985 and 2021, according to environmental staff.

US Set To Offer Monkeypox Vaccines In States With High Case Rates

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The vaccination plan may require the US to use two different types of vaccines.

Maryland Weather: Hot And Humid Days Are On The Horizon

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It was a perfect comfortable sunny dry day for people all around the Mid-Atlantic this Tuesday, thanks to a northwest breeze behind the cold front that crossed the region yesterday.

Simulator Helps Researchers Envision Commercial Offshore Wind Farm In Maryland

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Without seeing a completed project in person, it’s hard to envision the scale of a commercial wind farm, which is why the offshore wind farm simulator is so important.

Goucher Poll Finds Franchot, Moore & Perez Tied In Maryland’s Democratic Gubernatorial Primary

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With Maryland's July primary election just a few weeks out, three Democratic candidates for the state's highest elected office are running neck and neck, according to the results of a new poll.

Baltimore’s Celebration Of Pride Goes Back Decades

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As Pride Month comes to a close, WJZ wants to take time to remember some of the celebrations held in Charm City this year.

88-Year-Old Man Dies After Driver Runs Off Road In Randallstown, Striking Him

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The victim, identified as 88-year-old Henry Cerquetti, was pronounced dead at the scene.

MTA Cuts Light Rail Schedule Due To Shortage Of Operators, Decreases In Ridership

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Beginning Sunday, July 10, the agency will use a modified Saturday schedule Monday through Friday, with service scheduled every 15 minutes "at a majority of stations," the agency said.

Baltimore-Odesa Sister City Committee To Hold Festival In Support Of Ukraine

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All proceeds from the event will benefit World Central Kitchen and United Help Ukraine, two nonprofits working to help the country.

Maryland Zoo Adds 150 Bats, More Than Quadrupling Population

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The Maryland Zoo has added 150 Seba’s short-tailed bats to its bat cave, more than quadrupling its on-site population.

Juvenile, 4 Adults Hospitalized After Dundalk House Fire

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Investigators found that the fire began on the back deck of a house in the 1800 block of Church Road.

One Dead, Multiple Injured In South Baltimore Crash Involving 5 Vehicles

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The driver of an overturned vehicle was pronounced dead on the scene.

Man, 24, Killed In Northeast Baltimore Shooting, Police Say

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A 24-year-old man has died of his injuries after he was shot Monday night in Northeast Baltimore, authorities said.

Maryland Weather: Enjoy This Gorgeous Tuesday

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The cold front that moved through Maryland really did the trick—and we've got some cooler, dryer weather to show for it.

Black Americans Bear The Brunt Of Rising Grocery, Gas & Housing Prices

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Researchers say Black families will suffer the worst effects of rising inflation because they lag behind their White counterparts in income, wealth, financial savings and home ownership.

Wells, Rutschman Help Orioles Dominate Mariners 9-2

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Tyler Wells pitched five nearly perfect innings, Adley Rutschman drove one of Baltimore’s five home runs and the Orioles three-hit the Seattle Mariners in a 9-2 victory Monday night.

From Under To On The Rocks: Invasive Crabs Become Whiskey

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Care for a hint of crab in your whiskey? A New Hampshire distillery has come up with its newest concoction called “Crab Trapper" — whiskey flavored with invasive green crabs.

Fear And Frustration: 18 People Shot In Baltimore Last Weekend, Including Two Fells Point Shootings

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Eighteen people were shot from Friday through Sunday in Baltimore, an increase from the sixteen people shot the weekend before—and many longtime residents are fed up.

Early Voting Has Begun In Maryland’s Primary Election

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Voting is underway in Maryland’s primary election.

South Baltimore Residents Alarmed By Hanover Street Shooting

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A man who lives on S. Hanover Street woke up to a commotion outside his door just after 3 a.m. on Saturday.

The U.S. Supreme Court Could Take Aim At A Landmark Decision Legalizing Same-Sex Marriage

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Like most couples in love, Jim Obergefell and his partner, John Arthur, always dreamt of getting married.

Baltimore Corrections Facility Shuts Down Over Piece Of Cardboard Resembling A Weapon

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The Baltimore Central Booking and Intake Center was temporarily locked down on Monday after authorities were alerted to a security threat, which turned out to be a piece of cardboard fashioned to resemble a weapon, corrections officials said.

Travelers Frustrated As Rising Flight Delays, Cancelations Dash Travel Plans

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Last Friday the TSA recorded 2.4 million passengers screened, which is the highest number of airline travelers since the onset of the pandemic in 2020.

Man And Woman Shot In Separate Shootings Monday Night, Police Say

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Baltimore police responded to two separate shootings in the northern part of the city Monday, according to authorities.

Maryland Weather: Expect Sunny Days With A Smattering Of Weekend Showers

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A line of showers moved through the Baltimore region in the noon hour on Monday.

Baltimore County Detectives Arrest Man In Deadly Reisterstown Shooting, Police Say

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Baltimore County Police have arrested a 21-year-old man in the shooting of two people in Reisterstown on Saturday, according to authorities.

Maryland Gas Tax Set To Increase, Some Legislators Call For Another Tax Holiday

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The average price of regular gas in the state of Maryland sits at $4.84, according to AAA.

Persons Of Interest Sought In Fells Point Shooting, Police Say

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Police released surveillance photos of the persons of interest and an image of a vehicle of interest.

Howard County Executive To Announce Free Meals For Students, Families

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Howard County will soon begin offering students and their families free meal options, according to government officials.

What Is Medication Abortion, And Who Has Access To It?

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The FDA approved mifepristone, coupled with misoprostol, for abortion use in 2000. This combination is also available in more than 60 other countries.

Matthew Wolff, Carlos Ortiz Among The Latest To Join Saudi-Backed LIV Golf

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The Saudi-funded LIV Golf series added three more players to its roster for the second tournament in Oregon, a group that includes 23-year-old Matthew Wolff and Oklahoma State's Eugenio Chacarra of Spain.

Baltimore City Schools Launch Summer Meal Program

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The initiative is funded by the United States Department of Agriculture and runs Monday through Thursday from June 16, 2022 – August 18, with some sites operating on Fridays.

With Recycling Collection Still Bi-Weekly, Councilman Schleifer Suggests Fining DPW Director For Code Violations

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With recycling pickup in Baltimore City still on an every-other-week schedule, Councilman Isaac "Yitzy" Schleifer suggested the city levy fines on the head of the Department of Public Works for code violations.

Funeral Arrangements Set For Former Ravens DT Tony Siragusa

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Siragusa, known as "Goose," was a member of the winning Super Bowl XXXV game in 2001.

Second Victim In Triple Shooting At Northeast Baltimore Shopping Center Dies, Police Say

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A second victim in a Sunday night triple shooting at a Northeast Baltimore shopping center has died, police said Monday.

Baltimore Ravens Award College Scholarships To 20 City Schools Graduates

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The Baltimore Ravens has selected 20 Baltimore City Public Schools graduates as Ozzie Newsome Scholars, according to team staff.

Scott Joins Advocates Urging Baltimore Residents To Vote In Maryland Elections

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Representatives from Black Girls Vote and the Baltimore City Youth Voter Registration Committee joined the mayor, stressing the importance of voting to trigger change.

Where’s Marty? Kicking It At Baltimore Blast Soccer Camp

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For 40-plus years, the Baltimore Blast have been the gold standard for indoor soccer.

White House To Resume Its Full Tour Schedule Next Month

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Free tours of the executive mansion were suspended when President Joe Biden took office, as officials tightened virus protocols in line with guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Following Dobbs Decision, Frosh Joins Group Of Prosecutors Reaffirming Support For Abortion Rights

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Frosh and 21 other attorneys general -- almost all Democrats in jurisdictions with a Democrat executive -- declared: "Abortion care is healthcare. Period."

Boat Rides Return To C&O Canal For The Summer

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Visitors will be able to board a replica of the Charles F. Mercer excursion boat and take a scenic trip along the canal.

Jan. 6 Panel Calls Surprise Hearing For Tuesday

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The subject of the hearings is so far unclear. A spokesman for the panel declined to comment on its substance.

Maryland Will Partner On Program To Develop And Train IT Workers, Hogan Says

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The state's Department of Information Technology is partnering with Catalyte, Inc., and Digital Network Group, LLC, to provide training for people without an IT background.

Women Win $100K Lottery Scratch-Offs In Baltimore, Towson

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Both stores that sold winning tickets will get a $1,000 bonus from the Lottery for selling top-prize winning $100,000 scratch-offs.

Man, 61, Charged In Windsor Mill Shooting

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William Mints, of Catonsville, is charged with first-degree assault in the shooting.

Maryland Weather: Muggy & Cloudy With Showers Later

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Our Monday is off to a cloudy and muggy start in Maryland with a chance for showers and storms later in the day.

Woman, 28, Grazed In North Baltimore Shooting, Police Say

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A 28-year-old woman was grazed in the back Sunday night in a shooting in North Baltimore, authorities said.

Here Are The Remaining Supreme Court Cases This Term

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Although the Supreme Court issued the two most important opinions of the term last week, upending near 50-year-old precedent on abortion and expanding gun rights for the first time in a decade, this blockbuster term is not over.

Top Biden Officials Plan U.S. Travel Blitz To Discuss Combatting Inflation

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Top Biden administration officials will be dispatched across the country this week to reassure Americans that combating inflation remains a top priority for the White House as prices soar and economic concerns mount, a White House official tells CNN.

1 Man Dead In Triple Shooting At Northeast Baltimore Shopping Center

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Homicide detectives are investigating a deadly triple shooting Sunday evening at a shopping center in Northeast Baltimore, authorities said.

Joppa Grandmother Saves Pizza Delivery Driver Following Saturday Night Shooting

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Harford County Sheriff’s Office has arrested a suspect accused of shooting a pizza delivery driver Saturday night.

Baltimore Pride Festivities Promote Diversity Among People Of All Ages

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This is the last weekend of Pride month and Druid Hill Park played host to Baltimore Pride festivities.

3 Men Shot During Two Separate Shootings In Fells Point On Sunday

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Baltimore police are investigating two shootings that injured three people in the busy bar and restaurant area of Fells Point on Sunday, according to authorities.

Violent Crimes Detectives Investigate Saturday Night Double Shooting In Reisterstown, Maryland

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Baltimore County Police are investigating a shooting that injured two people near a major intersection in Reisterstown, Maryland, on Saturday, according to authorities.

Sheriff’s Union Votes No Confidence In Harford County State’s Attorney Al Peisinger

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The Harford County Deputy Sheriff’s Union says its members have lost faith and confidence in Harford County State’s Attorney Al Peisinger.

Chun Perseveres, Holds Off Thompson To Win Women’s PGA

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In Gee Chun wins the Women's PGA Championship by one shot over Lexi Thompson for her third major title.

Cease Strikes Out 13, White Sox Hold Off Orioles 4-3

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Dylan Cease struck out a career-high 13 over seven innings, Gavin Sheets homered and the Chicago White Sox avoided a four-game sweep, hanging on to beat Baltimore 4-3 Sunday after the Orioles scored twice in the ninth inning.

Protests Continued In Maryland Saturday Over A SCOTUS Decision To Overturn Roe V. Wade

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Marylanders are protesting across the state over the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to end constitutional protections for abortion on Friday.

Man Found Dead Near His Walker On Anne Arundel County Roadway Saturday, Police Say

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A man using a walker to make his way along a busy road in Anne Arundel County is dead after a vehicle struck him on Saturday, according to authorities.

Man Shot In Joppatowne Saturday, Sheriff’s Office Says

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A pizza delivery man shot in Joppatowne, Maryland, Saturday has been flown to a Maryland trauma center to receive treatment for his injuries, according to authorities.

Volunteers Work To Beautify Baltimore, Improve Its Greenspaces

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Community members and leaders are working to beautify Baltimore this summer.

Man Shot, Killed On South Hanover Street Saturday, Police Say

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Homicide detectives are investigating an early morning shooting in Baltimore’s Sharp Leadenhall neighborhood, according to authorities.

Maryland Weather: A Cold Front Is Headed Toward Baltimore

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It will be another hot day on Sunday with sunny skies and highs near 90 degrees.

Mateo Slugs Orioles Past White Sox For 4th Straight Win

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Jorge Mateo homered and doubled to lead the Orioles over the Chicago White Sox 6-2 on Saturday, giving Baltimore its first four-game winning streak this season.

Chun Shoots 75, Lead Down To 3 At Women’s PGA Championship

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This was the moment the rest of the field needed: In Gee Chun standing near the trees, contemplating her situation and then eventually heading back to the point of her previous shot.

MS-13 Gang Members Convicted Of Trafficking 13-Year-Old Girl In Maryland

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Seven members and associates of the MS-13 street gang have been convicted of sex trafficking in federal court after taking in a 13-year-old runaway and coercing her into commercial sex acts in Maryland and Virginia.

Voth, Bullpen Combine On 1-Hitter As Orioles Beat White Sox

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Austin Voth and four relievers combined on a one-hitter, Jorge Mateo had a heated exchange with White Sox starter Michael Kopech after getting nailed by a pitch and the Baltimore Orioles beat Chicago 4-1 on Friday night.

Maryland Weather: A Beautiful Weekend Filled With Warmth And Sunny Skies

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Our weekend is full of warmth with mostly sunny skies and a touch of humidity.

Baltimore Police Find Missing Man Described As Vulnerable

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Steven Owens has been found safe, according to authorities.

Maryland Prepares For Increase In Patients After Roe V. Wade Overturned

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Maryland has some of the strongest abortion protections in the country, and many women from other states are expected to turn here for access to the procedure.

Johns Hopkins Experts Describe Updated Gun Control Laws As ‘Great First Step’

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Gun safety scholars at Johns Hopkins University applauded Congress Friday for the most significant update to the nation’s gun laws in decades.

Baltimore’s Mayor Scott Frees Up $300K In Funding For Pro-Abortion Organizations To Assist Women

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The City of Baltimore will provide $300,000 in grants to organizations that offer abortion and family planning services, according to city officials.

Baltimore Pride Weekend Is Kicking Off

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Excitement is building in Charm City as Baltimore Pride weekend returns.

Detectives Trace Deadly Shooting That Caused Crash To Area Near Baltimore’s Carroll Park

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Investigators have determined that a Hanover man who was found shot in the head inside of an SUV in the city Sunday was initially injured near Carroll Park in South Baltimore, according to authorities.

The 2022 Baltimore Ravens Training Camp Kicks Off Next Month

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The Baltimore Ravens are preparing to host their 2022 training camp, which will feature 16 free practices at the Under Armour Performance Center in Owings Mills, according to team officials.

Swimmers Warned To Avoid Matapeake Beach Over High Levels Of Bacteria

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Matapeake Beach in Stevensville, Maryland, is operating under a health warning against swimming due to high levels of bacteria found in a recent water sampling, according to authorities.

Maryland May Experience The Domino Effect Of A Controversial Supreme Court Ruling On Abortion

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Hundreds of protesters gathered at Baltimore's Federal Courthouse Friday afternoon in support of abortion rights, knowing that people living in nearby states that could see abortion restricted or banned in the days to come.

Maryland Weather: Sun And Warm Temperatures Are On The Horizon

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Marylanders experienced a nice dry end to the week with lots of afternoon sunshine.

Chun Shoots 69 To Lead By 6 At Women’s PGA Championship

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After another sparkling start, In Gee Chun finally hit a wayward tee shot — into the thick rough on the eighth hole at Congressional Country Club.

Rewards Programs Can Offset Painful Prices At Baltimore Gas Stations

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High prices at gas stations may be pushing people toward gas rewards programs.

Mistrial Declared For Dirt Bike Star Accused In New Year’s Day Deadly Stabbing

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A jury was unable to reach a verdict Friday on a fatal stabbing allegedly involving a 26-year-old Baltimore woman known for her role in the HBO Max film “Charm City Kings.”

Baltimore Bishop And Playwright Aims To Bring Redemption To The Stage

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The cycle of violence in Baltimore has shown no signs of ceasing but the cast of Redemption’s Last Call: The Reboot hopes their play can help turn the tide.

Where’s Marty? Learning About The Queens Cruise To Kick Off Pride Weekend

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Queens Cruise will have a brunch buffet, drinks, and some of the area's best and most popular drag performers.

Maryland Communities To Receive Majority Of Chesapeake Bay Trust Funding For Green Infrastructure Projects

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The Chesapeake Bay Trust will be steering over $1 million toward 13 environmental projects in Maryland and its surrounding states, according to trust staff. Nine of those projects are in Maryland.

Maryland Officials React To Supreme Court Overturning Roe V. Wade

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Although Maryland has had abortion protections in place since the early 1990s, many state lawmakers on Friday expressed disgust at the court's 6-3 ruling.

Another Recession Warning: Falling Copper Prices

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Copper is used in many construction materials, including electrical wires and water pipes. That means it's often viewed as a proxy for economic activity.

After Roe V. Wade Is Overturned, Archbishop Lori Says It’s A ‘Historic Day’

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In Maryland, Catholics will have to work harder to "convince everyone about the sanctity of life, and to love both the mother and the child," Archbishop William Lori said.

Supreme Court Overturns Roe V. Wade, Allowing States To Ban Abortions

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Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade, allowing states to ban abortions.

Maryland Weather: A Beautiful Friday Ahead Of What Should Be A Beautiful Weekend

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Temperatures are warmer than yesterday, reaching the low 80s, and then tonight back down mid to upper 60s.

In Gee Chun Races To Record-Tying 5-Shot Lead At Women’s PGA Championship At Congressional

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No player has ever been further ahead after 18 holes at a women's major.

Adley Rutschman Leads Orioles Past Hobbled White Sox 4-0

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The switch-hitting Rutschman entered batting just .211 with one homer and four RBIs, but the 24-year-old catcher is hitting .341 (14 for 41) in his last 12 games.

Juul Labs Banned From Selling E-Cigarettes In Maryland, Other States

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A popular cigarette has been ripped from the store shelves.

Supreme Court Decision On New York Gun Law Will Impact Maryland

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The Supreme Court has ruled 6–3 to strike down a gun law in New York—and the impact of that decision will trickle down to Maryland.

High Inflation Is Prompting Pet Owners To Surrender Pets To Animal Shelters

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Some pet owners are struggling to keep up with costs as high inflation is hitting their wallets hard, and some of them are having to give up their pets.

Man Who Was Hit By Baltimore Police Patrol Car Dies From Injuries

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A man has died from injuries he sustained after a Baltimore police officer en route to a report of a stabbing hit his scooter in East Baltimore earlier this week, according to authorities.

Maryland Weather: Summer Showers Will Interrupt A Series Of Warm Days

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Baltimoreans endured a damp Thursday morning after the city and surrounding area picked up around three-quarters of an inch of rain.

Wizards Draft Wisconsin’s Johnny Davis With 10th Pick

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During the interview process with Johnny Davis leading up to the NBA draft, Washington Wizards coach Wes Unseld Jr. realized this was a player with an impressive feel for the game.

Baltimore County’s Johnny Olszewski Discusses COVID-19 Recovery Efforts During Capitol Hill Visit

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Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski went to Washington, D.C., to meet with congressional lawmakers on Capitol Hill and discuss county concerns and solutions in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic Thursday.

40-Year-Old Man Shot Near Busy West Baltimore Intersection

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Homicide detectives are investigating a shooting that killed a 40-year-old man near a busy intersection in West Baltimore Thursday, according to authorities.

NYRA Suspends Baffert 1 Year; Eligible To Return In January

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The New York Racing Association suspended trainer Bob Baffert for one year Thursday for repeated medication violations.

Burned Body Of 18-Year-Old Man Found Near Train Tracks In Baltimore’s Morrell Park

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Police found the burned body of a young man near the train tracks that slide past Baltimore’s Morrell Park neighborhood Wednesday and determined Thursday that he had been murdered, according to authorities.

Family of Ravens’ Jaylon Ferguson ‘Utterly Shocked,’ Call His Death One Of ‘Darkest Moments In Our Lives’

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The fiancé of Ravens linebacker Jaylon Ferguson has shared her grief online as she mourns the love of her life.

Baltimore City Council Passes Annual Budget, Steers $57 Million To Schools

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The Baltimore City Council has passed the fiscal year 2023 budget, according to lawmakers.

The Manor In Mount Vernon Has Become Baltimore’s Drag Brunch Hotspot

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Drag shows are quickly becoming the top-of-the-line source of brunch entertainment, scrambling eggs with a dash of sass and serving up some home fries with high heels.

Firefighters Extinguish Fire At Baltimore Prison For Second Time In Six Months

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A fire charred part of the city jail in downtown Baltimore on Thursday morning, according to authorities.

Where’s Marty? Visiting Civic Works’ Real Food Farm, Where Vegetables Are Grown For People In Need

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Civic Works grows vegetables year-round in two acres of greenhouses behind the old Lake Clifton High School building.

Maryland State Comptroller Calls For Tax Holiday To Offset High Gas Prices

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Maryland State Comptroller Peter Franchot is among those calling on state and national leaders to temporarily suspend gas taxes.

Baltimore City Public Schools Holding Job Fair Next Week

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Baltimore City Public Schools is hosting a job fair next week to hire office assistants, bus drivers, custodial workers, hall monitors and other positions.

Morgan State University’s AI Research Center Could Soon See $2M Bump

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Morgan State University in Baltimore could soon receive $2 million for its new artificial intelligence research center.

Supreme Court Strikes Down NY Concealed Handgun Law; Frosh Says It Will Lead To ‘More Deaths And More Pain’

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In a statement, Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh said the decision would only bring more death and pain to "a country already awash in gun violence."

50-Year-Old Man Convicted Of Attempted Rape, Assault In Break-In At Elderly Woman’s Edgewater Home

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A 50-year-old man was convicted of attempted rape, assault and other charges after he broke into an elderly woman's Edgewater home last year and tried to sexually assault her, Anne Arundel County State’s Attorney Anne Colt Leitess said.

Hogan Joins Workgroup Of 8 Governors Studying Recommendations On Gun Violence, School Safety

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Gov. Larry Hogan is one of eight governors on a bipartisan work group that will study state-level solutions to gun violence and safety at schools, the National Governors Association said.

Maryland Weather: After The Morning Rain, A Very Cloudy Thursday

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Clouds are in full supply for our Thursday.

Nelly, Styx, Niko Moon And Lauren Alaina To Headline Maryland State Fair Concert Series

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"Hot In Herre" rapper Nelly, country music singers Niko Moon and Lauren Alaina, and rock band Styx will all take center stage at the Maryland State Fair this summer, organizers announced.

40-Year-Old Man Arrested In Connection With June 16 West Baltimore Homicide

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A 40-year-old man was arrested Monday in connection with a fatal shooting in West Baltimore on June 16, Baltimore police said.

Flying Dog Teams Up With 2 Breweries To Form Right Coast Spirits, Offering Canned Cocktails

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Flying Dog has joined Harpoon Brewery and Saranac Brewing Co., to form Right Coast Spirits, with initial plans to release four flavors of vodka-based ready-to-drink cocktails.

Biden And East Coast Governors, Including Hogan, Team Up To Boost Offshore Wind

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The White House is launching a formal partnership with 11 East Coast governors, including Gov. Larry Hogan, to boost the growing offshore wind industry, a key element of President Joe Biden's plan for climate change.

Nelly Korda Set To Defend Title At Women’s PGA Championship At Congressional

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This week Nelly Korda defends her title at the Women's PGA at Congressional Country Club -- looking ready to contend after a near-victory in Michigan last week.

Austin Hays Hits For Cycle To Help Orioles Beat Nationals 7-0

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“Beyond unbelievable. An epic night,” Baltimore manager Brandon Hyde said after Austin Hays became the sixth player in Orioles history to hit for the cycle.

Third Person Charged In January Murder Of 35-Year-Old In Towson

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No details about the circumstances surrounding the shooting have been released.

Former Ravens DT Tony Siragusa, Member Of Super Bowl XXXV Team, Dead At 55

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He played 12 seasons in the NFL with the Colts and the Ravens.

Orioles’ Austin Hays Becomes Sixth In Franchise To Hit For The Cycle

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To hit for the cycle is to hit a single, a double, a triple, and a home run in the same game.

Where’s Marty? At AVAM, Where The Vollis Simpson Whirligig Has Been Reinstalled

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Hi everyone! To say I am a fan of the American Visionary Art Museum would be the biggest understatement in the world – no, make that the universe. When friends and family come to visit I take them to AVAM. When I need a creative, even spiritual lift, I go to AVAM. And if I […]

Man, 29, Killed In East Baltimore Shooting At BP Gas Station

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Police said the victim was transported to Johns Hopkins Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

Pride Center Of Maryland Provides ‘Oasis’ To Assist Gender And Sexual Minorities

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With about 40 staff members ready to help the community, the non-profit is preparing to expand its services in a new location on Saint Paul Street.

There Are Three Presumed Monkeypox Cases In Maryland, Officials Say

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The CDC says the virus can spread from person to person via infectious sores, scabs or bodily fluids.

California Man Pleads Not Guilty To Trying To Kill Justice Brett Kavanaugh

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Nicholas John Roske was arrested near the justice's home with a gun earlier this month, officials said.

Investigation Continues In Death Of Ravens OLB Jaylon Ferguson, No Signs Of Foul Play

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People living on Ilchester Avenue, where Ferguson was pronounced dead Thursday night, are stunned.

Drivers Don’t See Full Benefit From State Gas Tax Holidays

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Consumers don't receive the full benefit of gas tax holidays, according to a recent analysis by the nonpartisan Penn Wharton Budget Model, which looked at suspensions in three states through mid-May.

Caribbean Carnival Comes To Clifton Park In Baltimore Next Month

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The event promises "spectacular costumes, joyous revelry, and a generous dash of international flavor."

Baltimore Museum of Art Name Search Firm To Replace Outgoing Director Bedford

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The Baltimore Museum of Art has named a search firm to look for candidates to replace outgoing director Christopher Bedford.

Congress Alleges ‘Shadow Investigation’ By Commanders Owner Dan Snyder To Discredit Former Employees

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Washington Commanders owner Dan Snyder conducted a “shadow investigation” that sought to discredit former employees making accusations of workplace sexual harassment, according to a document released by a House committee on Wednesday.

20-Year-Old Young Man Shot And Killed In Randallstown, Police Say

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A 20-year-old young man was shot and killed in Randallstown on Tuesday night, Baltimore County Police Department said.

22-Year-Old Pedestrian Hit And Killed Trying To Cross Coastal Highway In Ocean City, Police Say

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A 22-year-old pedestrian has died after he was hit by a driver Monday night while trying to cross Coastal Highway, the Ocean City Police Department said.

Maryland Weather: Severe Weather Threat Triggers Alert Day For Wednesday

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An Alert Day is in effect for Wednesday due to the threat of severe storms that could arrive this afternoon and evening.

23-Year-Old Motorcyclist Dies In Timonium Crash, Police Say

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A 23-year-old motorcyclist has died after an SUV pulled out in front of him on York Road in Timonium, resulting in a collision, Baltimore County Police said.

Baltimore Ravens OLB Jaylon Ferguson Has Died, Team Says

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"He was a kind, respectful young man with a big smile and an infectious personality," the team said of the 26-year-old player.

Baltimore County Police Seek Missing 14-Year-Old Girl

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Andrea Pickett, 14, was last seen in the Catonsville/Arbutus area wearing a black hoodie and gray sweatpants, police said.

Three Men Wounded In Drive-By Shooting At Northeast Baltimore Shopping Center, Police Say

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Three people have been shot at a shopping center in Northeast Baltimore, police said.

Overturned Trash Truck Causes Delays On I-83 North Near Ruxton Road

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A trash truck overturned on I-83 North on Wednesday morning, causing backups, the Baltimore County Fire Department said.

‘A Big Year Was Ahead.’ Ravens Players Express Sadness Following Death Of Teammate Jaylon Ferguson

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Current and former Baltimore Ravens players expressed their sorrow and grief after the team announced Wednesday morning that outside linebacker Jaylon Ferguson had died.

Women’s PGA Championship, Set To Tee Off At Congressional, Doubles Prize Money To $9 million

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That brings prize money for the five majors to $37.3 million. In 2012, the same five tournaments had combined prize money of $13.75 million.

Maryland Weather: Chance Of Thunderstorms In Much Of State Wednesday Afternoon

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We're expecting precipitation any time after 3 p.m. Wednesday, meaning rain could impact your commute.

Baltimore Violence: Reward Doubles In Little Italy Restaurant Owner’s Murder; Loved Ones Mourn Slain Army Reserve Sergeant

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Loved ones are mourning 25-year-old Army Reserve Sgt. Ryan Harris, who was fatally shot last Thursday on Redwood Street near Calvert Street, just blocks from the Inner Harbor.

Thousands Attend Funeral Of Slain Wicomico County Corporal Glenn Hilliard

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We are learning more today about just how dedicated Hilliard was not only to his family, but also to protect and serve his community -- something he did until the very end.

Maryland Transit Fares To Increase Sunday After Hike Delayed Last Year

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The price hike was supposed to go into effect on June 27, 2021, but Gov. Larry Hogan mitigated that by using funds from the American Rescue Plan Act.

Parents Get Their Young Children Vaccinated After Eligibility Expands: ‘We Just Want To Do Our Part’

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Tuesday marked the first day for children aged six months to five years old can get vaccinated against COVID-19.

Ravens, Commanders Rookies Hit Camden Yards For ‘Battle Of The Beltway’

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The new Ravens wore customized Orioles jerseys with their own last name stitched to the back.

Baltimore Clinic Supports Older LGBTQ+ Population’s Needs Through ElderPride Program: ‘They Simply Age Differently’

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The program provides elder LGBTQ+ members with primary healthcare, dentistry, behavioral health and counseling, support groups, special events, and financial and legal connections.

Fedde Throws 6 Sharp Innings As Nationals Blank Orioles 3-0

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This rivalry between neighboring teams was far more intense back when both were contenders.

Maryland Hires Praley To Women’s Basketball Staff

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The Terrapins announced the move Tuesday.

Bowser Wins Democratic Primary For Mayor In Washington, D.C.

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The winner of the Democratic primary is the prohibitive favorite in the November general election in the heavily Democratic city.

Baltimore Police Officer En Route To Stabbing Hits 58-Year-Old Scooter Rider

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The victim, identified only as a 58-year-old, is in serious condition.

Higher Interest Rates Make Homes 35% Less Affordable Than Last Year, Expert Says

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The Fed does not set mortgage interest rates, but there is a trickle-down effect from the hike.

Mayor Scott Backs Union Vote For Walters Art Museum Workers

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Mayor Brandon Scott on Tuesday called on the Walters Art Museum to allow its employees to vote on unionizing, saying union membership helped his family join the Black middle class.

Prince George’s County Student Taken Into Custody After Allegedly Bringing Gun To Fort Washington Middle School

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A Prince George's County middle school student has been taken into custody after they allegedly brought a gun to Isaac J. Gourdine Middle School in Fort Washington, police said.

ASK A DOC: LifeBridge Health’s Dr. Noman Siddiqui Talks About Treating Bunions With WJZ’s Linh Bui

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LifeBridge Health's Dr. Noman Siddiqui sits down with Linh Bui to talk about bunions, what they are and how you can treat them

IRS Will Finally Finish Processing Last Year’s Tax Return Backlog This Week

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To work through the backlog, IRS employees have logged 500,000 hours of overtime so far this year.

Dave Chappelle Says His Former High School Theater In DC Will No Longer Be Named After Him

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Chappelle announced the decision at a dedication ceremony for the venue.

Where’s Marty? Getting A Behind-The-Scenes Tour At Baltimore Center Stage

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Ahead of Baltimore Center Stage's 60th anniversary season, Marty Bass takes a behind-the-scenes look at stage and costume design.

19-Year-Old Scooter Rider Killed In Hit-And-Run Downtown, Police Say

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The driver of the vehicle that hit the teen in the 300 block of Light Street fled the scene, police said.

Four-Time Golf Major Champion Brooks Koepka To Join LIV Golf Series, Per Reports

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LIV Golf is expected to announce the news of the former world No.1, who is currently ranked 19th, to its series "in the coming days."

17-Year-Old Boy Walks Into Hospital After Being Shot Early Tuesday Morning, Police Say

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An investigation is underway after a 17-year-old suffering from a gunshot wound walked into a hospital for treatment, the Baltimore Police Department said.

Investigation Underway After Three People Stabbed In Ocean City

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A little before midnight on Tuesday Ocean City Police Department responded to the area of Wicomico St. and Atlantic Ave. for reports of a fight.

Maryland Weather: Summer Arrives With The Threat Of Severe Weather

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Summer officially arrived Tuesday morning at 5:13 a.m. bringing with it a mix of sun and clouds for the day.

Family Of Little Italy Restaurateur Stunned By Brazen Father’s Day Shooting

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The co-owner of a restaurant in Little Italy was found murdered along Lakeside Avenue in Northeast Baltimore on Father’s Day.

16 Shot, 6 Killed In Baltimore Weekend Violence, Including Man Shot In Head Along Interstate 95

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Another bloody weekend across Baltimore left at least 16 people shot from Friday through Sunday. Five of those gunshot victims died from their injuries.

Monday Night Fire Damages At Least Two Houses In Baltimore’s Canton Neighborhood

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Firefighters are battling a blaze in Baltimore's Canton neighborhood, according to the local firefighter's union.

Maryland Mothers Express Hesitancy About COVID Vaccines For Children

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COVID-19 vaccines for young children are on the way to Maryland days after the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention decided the shots should be made available to children under the age of five.

Baltimore’s Peabody Heights Brewery To Raise Money For Victims Of Abell Fire

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Peabody Heights Brewery will be donating a portion of every beer sold on Thursday to the victims of a fire that injured three people in Baltimore's Abell neighborhood last week.

Maryland Weather: Summer Begins With A Slight Uptick In Humidity

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Baltimore is experiencing three of the finest, most pleasant days anyone could ask for.

150 Baltimore Voters Were Assigned To The Wrong District, City Says

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The Baltimore City Board of Elections confirmed Monday that 150 residents were assigned to the wrong district this year, and dozens of them were given incorrect ballots.

2022 AFRAM Festival Showed Baltimore At Its Best

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Druid Hill Park was full of energy and excitement amid Juneteenth celebrations this weekend.

What Are The COVID-19 Vaccine Side Effects In Young Kids? Experts Seek To Ease Parents’ Concerns

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Side effects most commonly included pain at the injection site, and sometimes there was swelling or redness.

Baltimore Director John Waters Is Getting A Star On The Hollywood Walk Of Fame

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The 76-year-old is one of seven honorees from the movie industry in the 2023 class and the only recipient who isn't primarily an actor.

Biden “Proud” Of Apple Employees In Maryland Who Voted To Unionize

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Employees of the Towson Town Center Apple store voted Saturday to unionize by a 65-33 margin to join the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers.

One Person In Critical Condition Following House Fire In East Baltimore

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Firefighters extinguished a fire and rescued a person from a two-story house in East Baltimore on Monday, according to authorities.

Flight Cancellations Continue During Juneteenth Holiday Weekend

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The travel woes continue as more than 10,000 flights were delayed or canceled over the Juneteenth holiday weekend.

After Conservation, AVAM’s Iconic Giant Whirligig Returns This Week

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The sculpture sustained 27 years of rain, wind and snow since it was first installed.

4 Rescued Off Coast Of Ocean City After Boat Takes On Water, Coast Guard Says

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Four people were rescued by members of the Coast Guard on Monday after their boat started to take on water about 15 miles off the coast of Ocean City, authorities said.

Rehabilitation Company Moves From Harbor East To White Marsh

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A Johns Hopkins University professor who founded a company that assists people struggling with spinal cord injuries and other neurological issues is moving his business from Harbor East to White Marsh in Baltimore County, according to MacKenzie Commercial Real Estate Services.

Vaccines For Children Under 5 Arriving In Maryland, Can Be Administered Tuesday

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The recommendation expands eligibility to nearly 20 million additional children.

Boy, 15, Charged With Arson In Harford County Barn Fire

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A 15-year-old boy faces arson charges related to a barn fire over the weekend in Harford County, authorities said.

Metro Crime Stoppers Offers 8K Reward For Information On Deadly Shooting In Northeast Baltimore

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Metro Crime Stoppers is offering an $8,000 reward for any information that helps homicide detectives find the person who shot and killed the co-owner of a soul food restaurant on Sunday, according to authorities.

LIST: How To Celebrate Baltimore Pride This Week

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The city estimates the festivities will bring 50,000 people from the region to Baltimore.

Biden Says Decision On Gas Tax Holiday May Come This Week

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The Biden administration is increasingly looking for ways to spare the public from higher prices at the pump, which began to climb last year and surged after Russia invaded Ukraine in February.

Baltimore County Police Looking For Missing 13-Year-Old

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Police said Ramos was last seen in the Pikesville area around 7 p.m. on Sunday.

MDTA Police Investigating Shooting Death Of Man Found At Scene Of Baltimore Crash

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A Hanover man died of his injuries after he was found shot inside an SUV early Sunday morning in Baltimore City, authorities said.

Funeral Arrangements Set For Maryland Deputy Killed In Line Of Duty

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A funeral will be held on Tuesday for a Wicomico County sheriff's deputy who was fatally shot last week in the line of duty.

Matt Fitzpatrick’s Thrilling US Open Victory A Win For Golf

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Suddenly, golf's biggest debate wasn't about the future of the breakaway LIV Tour, or the stability of the PGA Tour, or how that tour will punish those who have dared to defect. Instead, it's about where Fitzpatrick's bunker shot might fit in the pantheon of the greatest shots executed under major-championship pressure.

Maryland Weather: Pleasant Monday With Blend Of Sun & Clouds

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Our Monday is off to a comfortable start with clear skies.

1 Killed, 3 Wounded In Pair Of Baltimore Double Shootings, Police Say

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A man was killed and three others were wounded in a pair of shootings that unfolded an hour apart Sunday night in Baltimore City, authorities said.

Teen Killed, Officer, 2 Adults Shot At DC Musical Event

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A 15-year-old boy was shot to death and three adults, including a police officer, were wounded after a musical event lacking a permit erupted into chaos on a District of Columbia street Sunday night, police said.

Two Unhurt After Aircraft Makes Hard Landing In Montgomery County

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Two people walked away mostly unscathed Sunday after a small plane had a hard landing in Montgomery County, authorities said.

Average U.S. Gas Price Dips Below $5 A Gallon

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US drivers got a slight — very slight — break on prices this weekend as the AAA average for a gallon of unleaded gas fell below the $5 mark.

Juneteenth Celebrations Emphasize Ending Racial Disparities

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After Opal Lee led hundreds in a walk through her Texas hometown to celebrate Juneteenth this weekend, the 95-year-old Black woman who helped successfully push for the holiday to get national recognition said it's important that people learn the history behind it.

Travelers Eye Flight Cancellations, Prepare For Problems With Summer Trips

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Flight frustrations were on the rise over the holiday weekend after airlines canceled thousands of trips across the country.

City Police Investigating Fatal Shooting In Northeast Baltimore Early Sunday Morning

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Baltimore City Police say a 40-year-old man was found suffering from multiple gunshot wounds just after 4a.m. on Sunday morning in the 1300 block of Lakeside Avenue.

Maryland Apple Workers Face Hurdles After Vote To Unionize

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The historic vote by employees of a Maryland Apple store to unionize — a first for the technology giant — is a significant step in a lengthy process that labor experts say is heavily stacked against workers in favor of their employers.

Two Men Dead After Car Flips Over Near Manchester, Maryland, Police Say

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Two men were killed after the car they were traveling in veered off a road near Manchester, Maryland, and struck a telephone pole Sunday morning, according to authorities.

AFRAM Performer Le’Andria Johnson Has A Message In Her Ministry: Keep Moving

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Gospel Singer Le'Andria Johnson sings about the blessings of life and tries to reach the people who don’t know how to digest their emotions about life’s difficulties.

AFRAM Performer El DeBarge Talks About The Next Generation Of Music Lovers

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Performer El DeBarge talked about his impact on a new generation of young music lovers following an energetic performance that reflected his vast experience as a musician.

Santander Homers, Points To Dad In The Stands, O’s Edge Rays

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Anthony Santander homered and pointed to his dad sitting in front of the press box as the Baltimore Orioles beat the Tampa Bay Rays 2-1 on Sunday.

Maryland Weather: Scattered Showers And Humidity Are Back Again

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Maryland may see an early morning shower on Tuesday but clouds will break by afternoon. They will be accompanied by slightly warmer and more humid conditions.

IMAGES: Scenes From AFRAM 2022 In Baltimore

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Did you make it over to Druid Hill Park for AFRAM 2022? Here are a few scenes from the weekend's festivities.

Mayor Brandon Scott Touts Success Of 2022 AFRAM Festival

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Mayor Brandon Scott said that this year’s large and successful AFRAM Festival coupled with the other events surrounding Juneteenth shows “the promise” of Baltimore.

Maryland Weather: Sunny With Low Humidity

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Sunday will be a lot like Saturday.  Sunny skies, low humidity, breezy conditions, and highs well into the 70s

Union: Apple Workers At Maryland Store Vote 2-1 To Organize

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More than 100 employees of an Apple store in a suburb of Baltimore voted to unionize by a nearly 2-to-1 margin Saturday, joining a growing U.S. push across tech, retail and service industries to organize for greater workplace protections, a union said.

Woman Shot, Killed In Northwest Baltimore, Police Say

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Homicide detectives have opened an investigation into a shooting that killed a woman in Northwest Baltimore, according to authorities.

Rays Snap Skid, Outlast Orioles 7-6 After Blowing 4-Run Lead

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Harold Ramirez hit a tiebreaking sacrifice fly in the top of the ninth inning, and the Tampa Bay Rays snapped their four-game losing streak with a 7-6 victory over the Baltimore Orioles on Saturday.

AFRAM Headliner Ne-Yo Highlights Importance Of Juneteenth, Mayor Says Next Year Will Be Bigger

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Ne-Yo has sold a cumulative 20+ million albums worldwide, has won three Grammy awards and has garnered 14 Grammy nominations, according to record label Motown Records.

CDC Approves COVID-19 Vaccines For Children Under 5

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The first COVID-19 vaccines for children under the age of five will soon be administered in Maryland and across the country.

AFRAM Performer Lil Key Grew Up Coming To Festival, Dreamt Of Performing On Main Stage

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Coming from the city, Lil Key said he found a lot of love in the packed crowds at the Baltimore festival.

Gun Fired At Tysons Corner Mall In Virginia, No Injuries Reported

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Police said there were no reports of any injuries and no confirmed reports of additional shots fired.

Man Killed In South Baltimore Shooting

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The man was found shot multiple times on the 1900 block of Ramsey Street, police said.

City Police Investigating Quadruple Shooting In West Baltimore

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Baltimore City Police say four people were shot in the 1800 block of West Lafayette Avenue Friday night.

Maryland Weather: Cooler & Less Humid

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Much cooler and less humid air is with us through Monday, bringing relief from the extreme heat of this past week.

Four People Injured In Early Morning Fire In Northeast Baltimore

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Baltimore City Fire officials say a 2-alarm fire injured three men and a woman in the 2800 block of Erdman Ave Saturday morning.

Multiple Injured After Two-Bus Crash In Havre De Grace

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The fire company said the crash happened on Superior Street near Park Drive, and that additional EMS resources have been requested.

How To Track The James Webb Space Telescope’s Progress To Scientific Operations

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The Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore is the mission operations center for the telescope.

Flight Cancellations, Staff Shortages Indicate Rough Summer Travel Season

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TSA is expecting long lines and passengers who may have forgotten the routine of traveling.

Kremer, Orioles Win 1-0, Hand Rays 4th Straight Loss

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Kremer allowed five hits and matched the six scoreless frames thrown by Tampa Bay's Shane Baz. Then Ryan Mountcastle hit a one-out double off Calvin Faucher (0-1), and Rutschman followed with a single to center.

Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower’s Public Hours Cut To 2 Days A Month

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Moving forward, the tower will be open to visitors on the second weekend of every month, shifting from every Saturday.

Kids Can Get Free Eye Exams, Glasses At Baltimore County Libraries This Summer

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If a child is determined to need corrective glasses, they'll be examined by an optometrist and pick from a large selection of frames.

Howard County Teen Arrested In Fatal Inner Harbor Triple Shooting; Police Increase Patrols For Summer

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Earlier this month, police released their summer crime plan, which includes more weekend patrols in the Inner Harbor and as many as 29 uniformed officers and supervisors stationed throughout the area on weekends.

Maryland Weather: Ocean City Could See Severe Storms Friday Night

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Showers and thunderstorms are likely in the resort city before 8 p.m., the National Weather Service said.

Kansas City Superintendent Appointed To Head Anne Arundel County Public Schools

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The appointment is a homecoming to Maryland, as the Superintendent was formerly an assistant superintendent for high schools for Baltimore County Public Schools and a former Anne Arundel County resident.

Baltimore Ties Record-High Temperature On Balmy Friday

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Weather records for the Baltimore area have been tracked at what is now the airport since 1950, the National Weather Service said.

The Juneteenth Flag Is Full Of Symbols. Here’s What They Mean

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For two decades now, communities around the country have held flag-raising ceremonies on Juneteenth in celebration of their freedom.

Man Charged With Rape In Baltimore County Suspected Of Slashing Woman In NYC Subway

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A Maryland man charged with first-degree rape in Baltimore County is suspected of slashing a woman's neck in a New York City subway station, according to police.

Here’s What The Fed Rate Hike Means For Your Salary

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Making matters worse for US workers is the Federal Reserve, which has embarked on a rate-hiking campaign aimed at not only taming inflation but wage growth, too.

Baltimore Ravens Sign LB Steven Means

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In 2021, Means started 14 games as a member of the Atlanta Falcons, recording 43 tackles, two quarterback hits, two tackles for loss and a fumble recovery.

Man Killed In Rear End Crash In Baltimore County

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A 2019 Chevy Malibu and a 2012 Honda Pilot were both traveling north on Washington Boulevard shortly after 10 p.m., police said, when the Honda began to slow down for a red light.

Preparations Underway Before AFRAM Festival Kicks Off In Druid Hill Park

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Organizers say AFRAM is a great place to come and learn more about Black culture.

Towson University Will Rename Two Residence Halls For First Black Graduates

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West Village 1 will become Harris Hall, while West Village 2 will be known Barnes Hall.

Motorcyclist Hit By Work Zone Driver In Deadly Hit-And-Run Crash On I-695, Police Say

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The driver of the dump truck failed to remain and the scene, police said, and their identity is under investigation.

Canceled Flights Rise Across US As Summer Travel Heats Up

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By early afternoon in the eastern U.S., airlines has scrubbed more than 1,100 flights after canceling more than 1,700 on Thursday, according to tracking service FlightAware.

40-Year-Old Woman In Stable Condition After Being Shot In Rosedale, Police Say

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A 40-year-old woman is in stable condition after she was shot in Rosedale on Thursday night, the Baltimore County Police Department said.

Where’s Marty? Checking With Food And Drink Vendors At The AFRAM Festival

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Marty Bass talks with Sydney Newton, owner of Sydney's Ice Creams, and Ezra Allen, co-owner of CAne Collective mixers, ahead of the AFRAM Festival.

Scott Taps Veteran Educator To Lead Mayor’s Office Of Children & Family Success

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Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott announced Thursday that Dr. Debra Brooks will become the new director for the Mayor's Office of Children and Family Success.

31-Year-Old Man Dies From Injuries Sustained In June 14 Shooting

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A 31-year-old man who was found slumped over in the street after he had been shot on Tuesday has died from this injuries, the Baltimore Police Department said.

P.G. County Cop Arrested After ‘Altercation’ In Manhattan Nightclub, Charged With Gun Offense

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A Prince George's County police officer was arrested Tuesday night following an altercation in a Manhattan nightclub and charged with a firearms offense, reckless endangerment and menacing, the department said.

Maryland Weather: Hot & Sunny

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Our Friday is off to a warm and sunny start to wrap up our work week.

‘Suspicious Package’ Found Near University Of Maryland Is Not A Threat, Police Say

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US Route 1 between Rossborough Lane and Knox Road is closed to vehicle and pedestrian traffic as police investigate.

Multiple People Hurt In Havre De Grace Crash, Authorities Say

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Multiple people were hospitalized Friday morning following a crash in Havre de Grace, authorities said.

Baltimore Extends Outdoor Dining Parklets For Parklets Through December

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Baltimore City announced Thursday it is extending temporary outdoor dining permits for on-street parking spaces until the end of the year, based on how popular they've become.

Maryland Dad Celebrates Fatherhood & Shatters Stereotypes With WASHED DADS Clothing Line

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Not all heroes wear capes, so a local father has created a clothing line dubbed "Washed Dads" to remind us of the real heroes in our lives.

FDA Authorizes COVID-19 Vaccines For Children As Young As 6 Months

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Shots can't be given until the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's vaccine advisers have voted on whether to recommend them -- a vote is scheduled for Saturday -- and CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky has signed off on that recommendation.

Firefighters Respond To Turbine Fire At Domino Sugar Refinery In Baltimore, Union Says

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Plant workers were able to extinguish some of the flames, the union said.

Teen, 15, Charged In Inner Harbor Triple Shooting That Killed 17-Year-Old

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The teen was arrested this morning at his Howard County home, police said.

Presumed Monkeypox Case Identified In National Capital Region Of MD, Health Department Says

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The person is recovering in isolation and has not been hospitalized, the agency said.

Neighbors Blanket North Baltimore With Hundreds Of LGBTQ Pride Flags After Fires Rattle Community

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Authorities have not ruled out the fires being a hate crime, but said it is too early to come to that conclusion.

Baltimore Won’t Host The FIFA World Cup In 2026

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M&T Bank Stadium was one of 17 stadiums in 16 areas in contention for the 10-12 slots allotted to the U.S.

Walgreens, Kroger Brand Pain Relievers Recalled Because They Lack Child-Resistant Caps

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BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Consumer Product Safety Commission is recalling more than 400,000 medication bottles from Kroger and Walgreens. The bottles contain the pain relievers acetaminophen, ibuprofen, and aspirin. There’s nothing wrong with the medication — but the bottles don’t meet standards for child resistance. That means a child could open them and accidentally ingest […]

Maryland Weather: Much Of Maryland Under Severe Thunderstorm Watch

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Strong to severe storms are possible on this WJZ Alert Day.

Biden Signs Bill To Protect Supreme Court Justices Into Law

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Supporters of the legislation said threats to the justices have increased, with protesters sometimes gathering outside their homes.

Man Dies After Being Shot In Head In Southwest Baltimore

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Officers responded at 8:14 p.m. to the 3500 block of Caton Avenue, where they found the victim shot in the head.

Mullins Has 3 Hits As Orioles Pound Gausman, Beat Jays 10-2

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Baltimore selected Gausman with the fourth overall pick in 2012 and he spent parts of six seasons with the Orioles, going 39-51 with a 4.22 ERA in 150 games before a deadline trade to Atlanta in 2018.

Maryland Weather: Central Maryland Spared By Storms Thursday, Hot & Sunny Friday

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Some slightly cooler and more stable air over much of Maryland helped to put a stop to the development of severe storms.

Baltimore Launches Training For Hospitality Workers To Bring LGBTQ+ Guests ‘Warm Welcome’

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The training is part of the tourism group’s Warm Welcome program, which educates hospitality industry workers about how to make different minority groups feel welcome at their venues.

AFRAM Festival To Bring High-Profile & Local Artists To Baltimore This Weekend

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Set to kick off Saturday, June 18, the celebration will bring big-name performers like Ne-Yo and Young Bleu to Druid Hill Park.

Baltimore County Superintendent Defends Track Record As Pressure Mounts

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Dr. Williams and his administration have faced criticism for their response to the pandemic along with bus driver and staff shortages.

SWARC Chair Defends Panel’s Actions On Mobile Sports Betting Following Criticism From Gov. Hogan

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The state's law "particularly complex" because it has provisions encouraging participation from small businesses, women-owned businesses and minority-owned businesses, according to the SWARC chair.

Baltimore Man, 21, Faces Federal Charges In Brutal Death Of Alleged Drug Trafficker Held For Ransom, Court Docs Say

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Ziyon Thompson, 21, is charged with use of a firearm resulting in death in relation to a drug trafficking crime, interference with commerce by extortion, drug conspiracy and related charges.

Baltimore Education Groups To Hold Gubernatorial Forum On June 21

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Candidates will discuss topics such as safety, transportation, school boards, healthcare and the implementation of the Blueprint for Maryland Schools.

Ringo Starr Will Return To Baltimore Sept. 6-7 After Postponing Shows Due To COVID-19 Cases

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Former Beatle Ringo Starr and his band will now play The Lyric on Sept. 6 and 7.

Maryland Man Charged With Hate Crimes After Allegedly Spray-Painting ‘Groomer’ On Two Libraries

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Police said the Greenbelt Branch Library was vandalized June 4 and the New Carrollton Branch Library was vandalized June 9.

Baltimore City Schools Launches Summer Meal Program

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Meals are available to anyone 18 or under or to those over 18 with a mental or physical disability who participates during the school year in a public or private non-profit school program.

Lamar Jackson Says He’s Resumed Contract Talks Since Returning To Owings Mills

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For now, he's keeping those conversations with executive vice president and general manager Eric DeCosta private.

1/6 Panel: Plan For Pence To Reject Electors ‘Nuts,’ ‘Crazy’

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Gripping new evidence detailed how the mob that stormed the Capitol that day came within 40 feet of where Pence and his team were sheltering, highlighting the danger Trump had put him in.

Man, 22, Charged With Murder In Deadly West Baltimore Shooting

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A 22-year-old man was arrested Wednesday in connection with a deadly April shooting in West Baltimore, authorities said.

Baby Formula Production At Abbott’s Michigan Plant Delayed After Flooding From Severe Storms

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Abbott said that once the plant is re-sanitized and production resumes, it will restart EleCare production, followed by specialty and metabolic formulas.

Where’s Marty? Learning About The Hosanna School & Juneteenth

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As Juneteenth approaches we took the opportunity to head up to the Hosanna School Museum, the site of the first school for African-American youth in Harford County.

1 Dead, 1 Critical In Shooting Near Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, Police Say

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A man is dead and another is in critical condition after a shooting early Thursday near Baltimore's Inner Harbor, authorities said.

Man, 24, Shot In Northwest Baltimore, Police Say

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A 24-year-old man was shot late Wednesday in Northwest Baltimore, authorities said.

Here’s What The Fed Rate Hike Means For You

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The US central bank increased its benchmark interest rate by three-quarters of a percentage point on Wednesday, which is the biggest single hike since 1994.

Nearly 400 Crashes Of Automated Vehicles Reported Over Past 10 Months

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Automakers reported nearly 400 crashes over a 10-month period involving vehicles with partially automated driver-assist systems, including 273 with Teslas, according to statistics released Wednesday by U.S. safety regulators.

Maryland Weather: Early Storms Thursday Could Impact Your Commute

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Any of these storms may become strong to severe, with gusty winds and small hail as the main threats.

Scott Says It’s Too Early To Confirm Abell Fire A Hate Crime, One Remains Hospitalized

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Mayor Brandon Scott said it is too early to determine if the incident was a hate crime.

Organization Honors Teen Intern Killed In Inner Harbor Shooting With Community Cleanup

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The group says they plan on meeting every Sunday in McElderry Park at 10 a.m. for a community cleanup.

‘Just Leave People Alone’: Abell Residents React, Come Together After Pride Flag & Homes Set Ablaze, Injuring 3

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In an afternoon news release, Mayor Brandon Scott said it is too early to determine if the incident was a hate crime.

River Trash Traps Chew At Huge Ocean Plastics Problem

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The system with the biggest fan base may be the anthropomorphized Trash Wheels at the mouths of four Baltimore watersheds.

Guerrero Homers, Hits Winning Single In 10th, Jays Top O’s

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Orioles rookie Adley Rutschman hit his first career home run and got his first two RBIs. Ryan Mountcastle homered twice, but Baltimore lost for the eighth time in nine meetings against Toronto.

Large Sinkhole Closes Lanes On I-270 In Montgomery County, Police Say

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Police said the lanes could be closed for over a day, and to use MD 355 as an alternate route.

Top O’s Prospect Adley Rutschman Hits First Major League Homer Against Blue Jays

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The team did recover the baseball, so Rutschman will be able to take the keepsake with him back to Baltimore.

United Way Steps Up Assistance As Maryland Families Struggle Under Rising Inflation

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United Way of Central Maryland says their helpline call volume is up as more and more families struggle to afford everyday needs.

Organizer Holds Protest & Prayer Vigil At Baltimore Gas Station As Prices Rise Higher

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The protest got passersby involved too. Those participating held signs encouraging drivers to honk if they would pray for lower prices.

Maryland Police Takes Steps To Protect Supreme Court Justices After House Bill Passes

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BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Maryland police officers are now playing a crucial role in the safety and security of Supreme Court Justices and their families. After the leak of the draft opinion that showed Roe v. Wade could be overturned, protests were almost instantaneous. Baltimore City Police have been in D.C. this week in anticipation of […]

Feds Indict Man Found With Gun Near Kavanaugh’s Maryland Home

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The indictment comes one day after the House gave final approval to legislation that would allow around-the-clock security protection for families of Supreme Court justices.

Experts Discuss Long Lasting Impacts Of Violence At Baltimore Trauma Summit

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The critical conversation comes as the City of Baltimore is faced with an increase in homicides year-to-date.

Former Lifeguard Remembers Serving Pool No. 2, Only Pool In Baltimore For Black Residents During Segregation

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Bishop Douglass recalls being a lifeguard at Baltimore’s segregated swimming pool in the 1950s.

Baltimore Spending Board Approves 3% Water Rate Hike For Next 3 Years

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The 3.2% increase is less than inflation which currently sits at 8.6%, and that the next three years combined is still less than last year's increase which was 9.3%.

Army-Navy Game Returning To Baltimore In 2025

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The Army-Navy game is set to return to Baltimore in 2025, the athletic directors from both military academies announced Wednesday.

Speculation That Orioles Could Leave Baltimore ‘False’ & ‘Intentionally Divisive,’ Georgia Angelos Says

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Georgia Angelos, the wife of Orioles majority owner Peter Angelos, released a statement Wednesday saying there is no truth to speculation that the team could be leaving Baltimore.

Hogan Calls On Committee To Approve Mobile Sports Betting By Start Of NFL Season

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Blaming what he called "endless bureaucratic roadblocks," Gov. Larry Hogan on Wednesday called on a state committee to have mobile sports wagering in place by the start of the NFL regular season in September.

FDA Advisers Vote In Favor Of Authorizing COVID-19 Vaccines For Children As Young As 6 Months

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The FDA, which typically follows the committee's decisions, will now decide whether to authorize the vaccine for emergency use in this young age group.

Wes Moore Holds Funding Edge In Maryland Gubernatorial Primary

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Wes Moore is entering the last five weeks of Maryland's crowded Democratic primary for governor with a fundraising edge.

Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office Announces Details For Deputy Glenn Hilliard’s Funeral

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Funeral services for Glenn Hilliard, the Wicomico County deputy shot and killed in Pittsville, will be held next week in Salisbury, the Wicomico County Sheriff's Office announced Tuesday.

FIFA To Announce 2026 World Cup US Sites, Paring From 17

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Seventeen stadiums in 16 areas remained in contention to be among 10-12 selected from the U.S. for the tournament, which will be co-hosted with Mexico and Canada.

Fauci Tests Positive For COVID-19, Has Mild Symptoms

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Fauci is Biden’s chief medical adviser and director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. He was a leading member of the White House coronavirus task force under former President Donald Trump.

Maryland Weather: Warm & Humid Wednesday

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With summer here in less than a week, it seems Mother Nature is taking the hint.

Baltimore Teenager Shot And Killed In SE Washington DC

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A 17-year-old Baltimore resident was shot and killed in Southeast Washington D.C. on Monday, police said.

Where’s Marty? Learning All About Baltimore’s Motor House

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If you're not familiar with the Station North Arts District, let me bring you up to speed. A glance at its website really tells the story.

Maryland Grad Ranks As The Best Pickleball Player In The World

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If you have not heard about pickleball, you will soon. It is the fastest growing sport in the country.

Ford Recalls 2.9 Million Vehicles That Could Roll Away When Placed In Park

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Ford is recalling 2.9 million vehicles that might not shift into the correct gear and could move in an unintended direction.

2 Men Killed, 2 Others Wounded In Series Of Baltimore Shootings, Police Say

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Four men were wounded, two of them fatally, in a string of shootings that unfolded across Baltimore City late Tuesday into early Wednesday, authorities said.

U.S. Toddlers Could Soon Be Vaccinated Against COVID-19

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The US could be vaccinating infants, toddlers and preschoolers against Covid-19 within days.

Man Charged In Plot To Kill Justice Kavanaugh Convinced By Sister To Call 911, Police Say

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The man charged last week with the attempted murder of Justice Brett Kavanaugh was convinced to call 911 on himself by his sister as he stood nearby the judge's Maryland home, law enforcement said Tuesday.

So Long, Internet Explorer. The Browser Is Retiring.

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Internet Explorer is finally headed out to pasture.

FDA Advisers Back Moderna’s COVID-19 Vaccine For Older Kids

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A government advisory panel Tuesday endorsed a second brand of COVID-19 vaccine for school-age children and teens.

Mountcastle & Hays Homer As Orioles Beat Blue Jays 6-5

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Ryan Mountcastle hit a two-run home run, Austin Hays had a solo shot and the Baltimore Orioles held on to beat the Toronto Blue Jays 6-5 on Tuesday night.

Child At Center Of Virginia Amber Alert Found Safe, Authorities Say

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A 3-year-old girl at the center of an Amber Alert in Virginia was found safe, authorities said Wednesday.

Baltimore County Public Schools Superintendent Under Pressure To Resolve Leadership Problems

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There is a continuing conversation about the future relationship between Baltimore County Superintendent Dr. Darryl Williams and the school system.

Nine Baltimore Youths Are Headed To Steve Harvey’s Mentoring Camp

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Nine of Baltimore's teenagers and young men are gearing up for a trip this weekend that could change their lives.

Soaring Inflation Is Increasing The Cost Of Living For People Who Commute To Work

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If you’ve been working from home and returning to the office, you’ll notice the cost of your favorite lunch items going up while some companies are quietly shrinking the sizes of your favorite food products.

Baltimore Teenager Shot, Killed In Washington D.C., Police Say

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A Baltimore teenager has died after he was shot in Washington, D.C., on Monday, according to the Metropolitan Police Department.

Maryland Weather: Get Ready For A Warm, Beautiful Weekend

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The WJZ weather team spent yesterday evening tracking an area of severe thunderstorms that were causing havoc in parts of Ohio and Indiana.

Eastern Shore Sheriff Slams Baltimore’s ‘Revolving Door’ Justice System, Says It Contributed To Death Of Deputy

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Austin Davidson, the man accused of shooting and killing Wicomico County deputy Glenn Hilliard, pleaded guilty two years ago to robbing a McDonald's in Northeast Baltimore where he previously worked.

Lamar Jackson Back At Practice For Start Of Ravens’ Minicamp

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The Lamar Jackson-to-Mark Andrews connection — the linchpin of Baltimore's offense last season — is back on the field.

Baltimore County Police Seek Woman Last Seen In Rosedale

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Baltimore County Police are seeking the public’s assistance with finding a missing 35-year-old woman, according to authorities.

Maryland Natural Resources Officer Saves Fawn That Lost Its Mother

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A Maryland National Resources Police officer found himself rescuing a fawn when he went to remove a dead deer from a road in Eldersburg, according to authorities.

School Bus With 25 Students Crashes In Anne Arundel County, Several Hospitalized

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Chopper 13 over the scene saw multiple vehicle crash with one school bus that had left the road into grass on the right side of the road.

Rising Cost Of Gas Puts Economic Pressure On Marylanders

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The national average for a gallon of regular gas rose above the $5 mark for the first time in history.

Morgan State Archivist Reflects On Juneteenth As The Federal Holiday Approaches

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The celebration was born more than two years following President Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation in 1863 during the American Civil War.

Baltimore City Schools Without Air Conditioning Will Release Early Wednesday

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The district currently has 31 schools without air conditioning, including schools with air conditioning under repair, and one school with buildings not owned by the district.

Transgender Baltimore City Firefighter Embraced By Peers After Coming Out: ‘It’s Just Fantastic’

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For more than two decades, Baltimore City firefighter Sarah Corrigan struggled internally with becoming who she really is.

Baltimore Ravens Release DL Derek Wolfe With Injury Settlement, Harbaugh Says

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Baltimore Ravens defensive lineman Derek Wolfe has been released and received an injury settlement, head coach John Harbaugh announced Tuesday.

Baltimore Man, 21, Pleads Guilty To Murder, Attempted Murders In Crime Spree

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Daquan Murphy's combined sentence is life, suspending all but 45 years, and five years of probation set to run concurrently, officials said.

Baltimore Restaurants Serve Up Mouthwatering Dishes For AFRAM Restaurant Week

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Calling all foodies: AFRAM Restaurant Week is back to satisfy everyone’s cravings.

More Than 100 Relocated After Fire At Senior Care Facility

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After the fire was put out, crews ventilated the building and officials said the cause of the fire is under investigation.

Baltimore Residents Adjust To Rising Prices Tied To Inflation, Supply Chain Issues

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With U.S. inflation at a more than 40-year high, some Baltimore consumers are adapting to rising prices.

Baltimore Company Equitea Rolls Out First Batch Of Canned Tea

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The health benefits of tea are well studied, and a local black-owned tea company is expanding in hopes of getting the popular beverage into the hands of more people.

New Nonprofit News Outlet Baltimore Banner Launches Website

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Although the Banner has published multiple stories through its email newsletter in the lead-up to today's launch, a full website did not go online until Tuesday.

5 Buildings Catch Fire In South Baltimore Blaze, Authorities Say

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Baltimore firefighters had their hands full early Tuesday after several homes caught fire in Brooklyn.

Baltimore Awards Permits To 3 Providers Of E-Scooters And E-Bikes

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“The selection of three dockless vehicle providers will maximize benefits for our residents and empower Baltimoreans to use multimodal transportation options citywide as we continue to integrate creative solutions for improved mobility," Mayor Scott said.

House Passes Bill ​​To Extend Security Protections To Families Of Supreme Court Justices

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Supreme Court justices are currently covered by federal security protection under US Code. The bill would extend those protections to immediate family members of the justices as well if the Marshal of the Supreme Court "determines such protection is necessary."

Woman Dies After She And Her Child Hit By Car Monday

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A woman is dead after she and her child were struck by a car while crossing a busy street in Catonsville on Monday, according to authorities.

Man Charged With Plotting To Kill Kavanaugh Was Convinced By Sister To Call 911, Police Say

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The man charged last week with the attempted murder of Justice Brett Kavanaugh was convinced to call 911 on himself by his sister as he stood nearby the judge's Maryland home.

Baltimore County Police Looking For Missing 12-Year-Old Girl

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Cole-Harris was last seen in the Windsor Mill area wearing a brown and black bleached t-shirt with the rapper Biggie Smalls on the front and gray biker shorts, police said.

SAO’s List Of Baltimore Officers With Credibility Issues Contains 198 Active Officers, Nonprofit Says

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A civil rights-focused nonprofit that provides legal support called the Baltimore Action Legal Team, also known as BALT, acquired the list last month after years of litigation.

Maryland Work Traditions To Be Highlighted At National Folk Festival In Salisbury

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A special program called "Maryland at Work" will "explore the state’s cultures and traditions of work" at the National Folk Festival in Salisbury.

Man Killed In West Baltimore Shooting

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The victim was transported to an area hospital, where he later died, police said.

Here’s The Baltimore AFRAM 2022 Festival Lineup

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Ne-Yo, The O'Jays, Yung Bleu—those are just a few of the acts scheduled to perform at Druid Hill Park this weekend for AFRAM 2022. Here's the complete festival lineup.

Maryland Weather: After Rain, Sunshine & Warmth This Afternoon

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Our Tuesday was off to a rainy start with scattered showers and thunderstorms, but the Baltimore area can expect a mostly clear afternoon and evening.

Baltimore Man Charged With Murder In Shooting Of Fiancé

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George Kuhn, 43, is charged with first- and second-degree murder and firearms-related charges.

LIST: Baltimore Eateries Participating In AFRAM Restaurant Week

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AFRAM kicks off at Druid Hill Park this weekend, but Baltimore restaurants are already getting into the festivities.

Mayors Against Illegal Guns Endorses Bipartisan Senate Agreement On Gun Control

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The ten co-chairs of Mayors Against Illegal Guns, including Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott, applauded the agreement and urged the Senate to "quickly take action" in a joint statement.

Magnolia Elementary In Joppatowne Closes Early Due To Blown Transformer

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Magnolia Elementary School in Joppatowne closed early Tuesday due to a blown transformer, Harford County Public Schools said.

No Bartender Required: Premixed Jack & Coke Going On Sale

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It’s a Jack and Coke with no bartender required.

Off-Duty Baltimore Police Sergeant Finds Shooting Victim Slumped Over In The Street

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A 31-year-old man was hospitalized Tuesday morning after an off-duty police sergeant found him shot and slumped over in the street in Northwest Baltimore.

Excessive Heat Rolls East, Bakes Much Of Central & Eastern U.S.

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The National Weather Service Prediction Center in College Park, Maryland, said Monday 107.5 million people will be affected by combination of heat advisories, excessive heat warnings and excessive heat watches through Wednesday.

Automakers Ask Congress To Lift Electric Vehicle Tax Cap

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Major automakers are asking Congress to lift the cap on how many people can receive tax credits for buying a hybrid or fully electric vehicle.

Orioles Routed By Blue Jays 11-1 On The Road

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The Orioles couldn't overcome six shutout innings pitched by Alek Manoah and three RBIs from Vladimir Guerrero Jr.

Baltimore County Superintendent Williams Defends Record, Communication With Council

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Baltimore County Superintendent Darryl Williams defended his record guiding the school system and the level of communication after five of the seven members on the county council called for his ouster.

Maryland State Police Release Names Of Troopers Who Apprehended Smithsburg Shooting Suspect

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Maryland State Police on Monday identified the three state troopers who apprehended Joe Louis Esquivel, the 23-year-old West Virginia man accused of shooting four co-workers, killing three of them, at the Columbia Machine plant in Smithsburg last week.

Maryland Weather: Hot & Humid, Plus Alert Day On Tuesday

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Our Monday is shaping up to be hot and humid with a chance for a shower or storm.

MD Native Myles Frost Wins Tony Award For Portrayal Of Michael Jackson In ‘MJ’

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Frost was a 22-year-old junior and budding Music Technology major at Bowie State University before landing that starring role last year.

Death Of 6-Month-Old Baltimore Girl Ruled A Homicide

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The March death of a 6-month-old in southern Baltimore has been ruled a homicide, authorities said Monday.

Elected Officials, Local Agencies Pay Tribute To Fallen Wicomico County Sheriff’s Deputy Glenn Hilliard

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Tributes from elected leaders and government agencies are pouring in following the death of Wicomico County sheriff's deputy Glenn Hilliard, who was shot and killed in Pittsville.

Hogan Allots $15M Toward Expansion Of MD 90 As Part Of ‘Reach The Beach’ Plan

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Connecting US 50 and Maryland Route 528 in Ocean City, the 12-mile two-lane road experiences congestion eastbound and westbound on Fridays and Saturdays.

Maryland Deputy Dies After Being Shot In The Line Of Duty

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A Wicomico County sheriff's deputy is dead and a suspect is in custody following a Sunday night shooting in Pittsville, authorities said Monday.

‘A Source Of Great Pride’: House Speaker Pelosi Visits Fire Boat Named For Her Father, Former Mayor D’Alesandro Jr.

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Pelosi said the boat is "a source of great pride" for her family, but the ultimate recognition goes to the men and women around the country who work as first responders.

Ne-Yo, The O’Jays And El DeBarge To Headline This Year’s AFRAM Festival

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"So Sick" singer Ne-Yo, R&B supergroup The O'Jays, "Rhythm of the Night" singer El DeBarge and rapper Yung Bleu are among the headliners performing at this year's AFRAM Festival, which is returning to a fully in-person event, Mayor Brandon Scott and city officials said.

Ringo Starr And His All Starr Band Delay Baltimore Shows After Two Members Get COVID-19

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Ringo Starr and His All Starr Band, who were set to play two nights at the The Lyric days after Paul McCartney headlined Oriole Park at Camden Yards, have postponed all upcoming shows to September after two members contracted COVID-19

Baltimore Man Charged With Murder In Deadly Weekend Shooting

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A 47-year-old Baltimore man is under arrest in connection with a deadly shooting over the weekend, authorities said Monday.

Baltimore Orioles Chairman John Angelos Dismisses Speculation About Team’s Future: ‘The Orioles Will Remain In Baltimore’

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Baltimore Orioles Chairman and Chief Executive Officer John Angelos is pushing back against speculation about the Major League Baseball team's future in Baltimore.

Family Of Young Child Found Alone In Baltimore Located, Police Say

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Authorities have located the family of a child found wandering alone Monday in Baltimore.

Average U.S. Gasoline Price Jumps 39 Cents To $5.10 Per Gallon

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The average U.S. price of regular-grade gasoline spiked 39 cents over the past three weeks to $5.10 per gallon.

Many Baby Formula Plants Weren’t Inspected Because Of COVID

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U.S. regulators have historically inspected baby formula plants at least once a year, but they did not inspect any of the three biggest manufacturers in 2020, according to federal records reviewed by The Associated Press.

Woman Found Dead In Southeast Baltimore After Man Reports Shooting Fiance, Police Say

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Homicide detectives are investigating a deadly shooting after a man contacted authorities to report that he had shot his fiancé, according to authorities.

Baltimore City Public Schools Will Release Students Early Monday Due To High Temperatures

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Baltimore City Public Schools will dismiss students early on Monday in anticipation of high temperatures, which some school buildings are not equipped to handle, according to school officials.

Wicomico County Sheriff’s Deputy Injured In Shooting, Baltimore County Police Union Says

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A Wicomico County Sheriff's deputy was injured in a shooting on Sunday night, according to the Baltimore County police union.

Police Recover Two Bodies Floating In Water In Two Different Parts Of Baltimore On Sunday

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Homicide detectives have opened an investigation into a “suspicious death” after someone found a body floating in the water south of the Horseshoe Casino, according to authorities.

Hagerstown Church Community Gathers To Pray For Victims Of Columbia Machine Mass Shooting

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People gathered at a church in Hagerstown, Maryland, on Sunday to pray for the lives lost during a mass shooting at a manufacturing plant in Smithsburg, Maryland.

Multi-Vehicle Collision Kills 93-Year-Old Man In Western Maryland

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The Maryland State Police is investigating a three-vehicle crash that killed a 93-year-old man in western Maryland on Sunday, according to authorities.

Maryland Weather: Heavy Rains May Follow The High Heat

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The big heat dome that covers the Southern Plains and the Southwest United States may guide a cluster of storms toward Baltimore by Tuesday morning.

Santander, Mountcastle, Odor Homer As O’s Beat Royals 10-7

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Anthony Santander, Ryan Mountcastle and Rougned Odor hit solo home runs, leading the Baltimore Orioles over the Kansas City Royals 10-7 on Sunday.

5K Race Kicks Off Countdown To Juneteenth

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The Seed School of Maryland celebrated Juneteenth early by hosting a 5K kick-off event on Sunday morning.

56-Year-Old Man Shot In Southwest Baltimore Saturday, Police Say

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Homicide detectives are investigating a shooting that injured a 56-year-old man in Baltimore’s Allendale neighborhood, according to authorities.

First Responders Remove Body From Water In Northeast Baltimore Park

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Homicide detectives are investigating the circumstances surrounding the discovery of a body in a Northeast Baltimore stream on Sunday, according to authorities.

Baltimore Police Find Columbia University Football Player Reported Missing From Fells Point

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Baltimore City Police are asking for your helping in locating 21-year-old Alex Thompson who was last seen about 2:14p.m. Friday in the 600 block of South Linwood Ave.

Baltimore Police Need Help Finding Missing Girl Last Seen In Northeast Baltimore

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Baltimore police are searching for a 16-year-old girl who went missing on Sunday morning, according to authorities.

Maryland Weather: Alert Day Issued With Severe Storms Possible This Evening

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Sunday's wet start was over by 9 AM for most but we will see a few showers and storms later this afternoon into the evening.

City Police Investigating After Two Young Children, Ages 4 & 6, Overdose In South Baltimore

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Baltimore City Police officers and medics were called to a home in the 1500 block of McHenry Street to investigate a drug overdose late Saturday night.

Ocean City Police Investigating Stabbing Overnight On 8th Street

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Police in Ocean City say officers responded to the 200 block of 8th Street just after 4a.m. Sunday morning for a report of a stabbing.

Windsor Mill Man Arrested Following A Fatal Pedestrian Accident On I-695 Saturday Night

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Maryland State Police say 34-year-old Juan Rivera of Texas was struck and killed in a pedestrian accident along I-695 near I-70 around 9:45p.m Saturday night.

Maryland Weather: Sunday Storms Could Come With Heavy Downpours And Flooding

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WJZ is issuing an Alert Day for Sunday due to the risk of heavy downpours and possibly even flooding.

Western Maryland Residents Hold Candlelight Vigil To Honor Victims Of Smithsburg Shooting

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A Western Maryland community held a candlelight vigil on Saturday in honor of the victims who were shot at a local business earlier this week.

Redesigned Druid Hill Park Pool Officially Open For Summer Season

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Swimmers dived into their summer activities at one of the most popular park pools in the city, which reopened on Saturday after a major overhaul.

Hogan To Make Good On Crab Feast Wager Over 2022 Women’s NCAA Tournament

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Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan and Delaware Gov. John Carney will head to Delaware on Sunday to honor a crab cake wager they made over the outcome of the first round of the 2022 Women’s NCAA Tournament, according to his staff.

‘Enough Is Enough’: Thousands Demand New Gun Safety Laws

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Thousands of people rallied across the United States on Saturday in a renewed push for gun control measures after recent deadly mass shootings from Uvalde, Texas, to Buffalo, New York, that activists say should compel Congress to act.

Governors Forming Task Force To Address Mass Shootings

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The leaders of the National Governors Association said Friday they're forming a bipartisan working group to come up with recommendations to stop mass shootings following the Texas school massacre.

Nevin’s Three-Run Homer Lifts Baltimore Over Kansas City 6-4

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Tyler Nevin hit a three-run home run, Cedric Mullins and Austin Hays added an RBI each and led the Baltimore Orioles over the Kansas City Royals 6-4 on Saturday.

Kavanaugh Incident Could Lead To More Security For Judges

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A man armed with a machete once broke into Stephen Breyer's vacation home in the Caribbean and took $1,000. Ruth Bader Ginsburg had her purse snatched on a Washington street. David Souter was assaulted by several men while he was jogging.

75th Annual Tony Awards to be Broadcast Live on CBS, Paramount+ Sunday

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THE 75th ANNUAL TONY AWARDS® comes to the legendary Radio City Music Hall in New York City on Sunday, June 12, celebrating live theater in a four-hour television and streaming event that will be broadcast live coast to coast for the first time.

Maryland Weather: Rain Clearing In The Afternoon

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Showers will become less widespread for the afternoon and evening. With the clouds, temperatures will remain in check with highs in the low to mid 70s.

Decommissioned Confederate Statues From Baltimore To Be Featured In LA Exhibit

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The exhibit will display decommissioned Confederate monuments alongside contemporary art created in response to the statues, according to art news outlet Artnet.

Man In Critical Condition, Two Women Injured In Prince George’s County Mall Shooting; Suspects At Large

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A suspect is at large after three people were shot Friday at a mall in Prince George's County, authorities said.

Man Charged In Smithsburg Mass Shooting Worked Shift Before Getting Gun From His Car, Killing Coworkers, Officials Say

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A search warrant was issued for the suspect's West Virginia home, where more guns were found, officials said.

Baltimore City School Board Candidates Call For Investigation Following Audit Of Grade Changes

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Two candidates for the Baltimore City School Board of Commissioners called for a public apology and investigation of the school system after a state audit revealed multiple Baltimore high schools changed more than 12,500 failing grades to passing over a several-year span.

Bromo Art Walk Returns To Downtown Baltimore With Exhibits, Performances

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The route includes open studios, exhibits, theater tours, film screenings, dance performances, performance art and more activities. Art will also be for sale.

Maryland Dance Company To Celebrate Black Performers In Annual Concert

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The Prince George's County-based company is working to highlight the importance of visibility and representation in the arts.

Pelosi: House To Vote Next Week Protecting Supreme Court Justices And Their Families After Man Arrested Near Kavanaugh’s Home

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Senate Judiciary Chairman Dick Durbin said earlier Thursday that the House is "ready to move" on the bill, telling reporters that "we're ready to meet with them and resolve our differences" on the legislation.

Young Moose Optimistic After $300K Settlement With Baltimore City Over Wrongful Arrest

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The rapper claims Det. Daniel Hersl, who is currently serving 18 years for his role in the Gun Trace Task Force scandal, harassed him and planted drugs on him.

March For Our Lives Returns With A Renewed Gun Control Push

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The second March For Our Lives rally will take place Saturday in front of the Washington Monument, a successor to the 2018 march organized by student protestors after the mass shooting at a high school in Parkland, Florida.

Amtrak Trains, MARC Service Stopped Outside Baltimore Due To ‘Trespasser Incident’

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At least three Amtrak trains are stopped outside Baltimore City due to "a trespasser incident," the rail operator said.

Hogan Announces $28M Study To Relieve Bay Bridge Congestion

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Maryland is undertaking a $28 million study as part of its efforts to relieve traffic congestion for drivers crossing the Chesapeake Bay, Gov. Larry Hogan announced Friday.

EF-0 Tornado Confirmed In St. Mary’s County Wednesday Evening

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The NWS said a "brief, spin-up tornado" struck at 8:42 p.m. near Mechanicsville, traveling 3.3 miles with peak winds at 85 mph.

Maryland Sportsbooks Handle $23M In May, State Receives $452K Contribution

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Live Casino! & Hotel saw the most action, with $10.9 million in bets placed. Winning tickets brought back $9.3 million to the bettors.

Kansas City Superintendent Chosen As Anne Arundel County’s Next School Superintendent

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Dr. Mark Bedell, the superintendent of Kansas City Public Schools, has been selected as the next superintendent of Anne Arundel County Public Schools, the school district announced Thursday.

Police Locate Jeep Sought In Connection With Fatal Ellicott City Hit-And-Run

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Howard County police on Friday said they've located a white Jeep that was sought in connection with a hit-and-run crash that killed a man in Ellicott City over the weekend.

California Man Charged With Attempting To Murder Supreme Court Justice Said He Needed ‘Psychiatric Help’: 911 Dispatch Audio

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He told the operator he had figured out the address from using, in part, an article with a picture of the house and the street number as well as images from protests and the media.

State Agencies, Baltimore City Agree To Fixes At Back River Wastewater Treatment Plant

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The Maryland Department of the Environment and Baltimore City have reached an agreement allowing state officials to make repairs at the Back River Wastewater Treatment Plant.

Anne Arundel County Officer Charged With Assault, Suspended With Pay

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An Anne Arundel County police officer accused in an assault case was suspended with pay Friday, authorities said.

Western Maryland Mass Shooting Suspect Under Guard, Police Say

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A West Virginia man accused of fatally shooting three co-workers at a western Maryland machine shop remained under police guard at a hospital Friday, but authorities said a Maryland state trooper injured in a shootout with the suspect was treated and released.

Maryland Weather: A Fabulous Friday Forecast

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Our Friday is off to a dry and pleasant start with noticeably cooler temperatures.

Baltimore County Police Looking For ‘Critically Missing’ Woman & 1-Year-Old

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Baltimore County police are asking for help finding a missing 30-year-old woman and 1-year-old child.

Baltimore County Public Schools Launching Free Meal Program On June 21

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Baltimore County Public Schools will begin serving free breakfast and lunch to all young people age 18 and younger later this month, the school system said.

Former P.G. County Exec Rushern Baker Suspends Gubernatorial Bid

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A little more than a month from the primary, former Prince George's County Executive Rushern Baker has suspended his bid for governor, citing financial challenges, the campaign announced.

55-Year-Old Man Arrested In Connection With 2021 Highlandtown Murder

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A 55-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the 2021 murder of a 51-year-old woman he allegedly shot in his Highlandtown home, Baltimore police said.

Inflation Rises At Fastest Pace Since 1981, Pushed Up By Record Gas Prices

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The pain of higher prices continues for U.S. consumers.

Why The Average Gas Price Is At $4.99 A Gallon & How High It’ll Go

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Next stop, $5. The US average for the price of a gallon of regular gas hit $4.99 according to the most recent reading from AAA Friday.

Baltimore Homicide Detectives Investigating 63-Year-Old Man’s Beating Death

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The death of a 63-year-old Baltimore man found unresponsive in March near Franklin Square has been ruled a homicide, authorities said Friday.

3 Men Wounded In Pair Of Baltimore Shootings, Police Say

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Three men were wounded Thursday night in a pair of shootings that unfolded about 30 minutes and two miles apart in Baltimore, authorities said.

How Far Will Operation Fly Formula Shipments Go To Replenish America’s Supply?

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The first shipments from the federal government's Operation Fly Formula will bring a total of nearly 1 million pounds of baby formula powder into the United States. That's just a fraction of what the nation's families need.

Lifeguard Shortage Impacting Maryland’s Pools & Beaches

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Pools and beaches in Maryland and in other parts of the country are facing lifeguard shortages.

Key Takeaways From The WHO Report On Origins Of The COVID-19 Pandemic

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A team of international scientists tasked with understanding how the coronavirus pandemic began released their first report on Thursday, saying that all hypothesis remain on the table, including a possible laboratory incident.

Orioles Fall To Royals 7-5 In Kansas City

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Carlos Santana and MJ Melendez homered, leading the Kansas City Royals over the Baltimore Orioles 7-5 on Thursday night.

Sons Of Baltimore Orioles Owner Feud Over Control Of Team, Family Fortune, The Baltimore Banner Reports

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The Banner said that while the lawsuit speculates that John Angelos might want to move the team, there are no allegations that he took any such steps.

Road Rager Smashed Window, Assaulted Woman Ahead Of Baltimore Harbor Tunnel, Officials Say

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Police are attempting to identify the suspect of a road rage incident that happened Tuesday in Baltimore

Capitol Riot Panel: Trump To Blame For 1/6 ‘Attempted Coup’

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Trump, unapologetic, dismissed the investigation anew — and even declared on social media that Jan. 6 “represented the greatest movement in the history of our country.”

71-Year-Old Man Dies After Being Trapped Under Car In Baltimore

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The 37-year-old driver remained at the scene, police said, and was transported to police headquarters.

Appeals Court Upholds Murder Conviction In Death Of Baltimore County Officer Amy Caprio

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Dawnta Harris was handed a life sentence in the 2018 killing of Baltimore County Police Officer Amy Caprio when he was 17.

Vehicle Of Interest Sought In Fatal Ellicott City Hit-And-Run

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Investigators believe a white Jeep Wrangler struck and killed 54-year-old Michael Fitzpatrick at 11 p.m. on Old Frederick Road near Weatherstone Drive.

Washington County Sheriff’s Office Reports ‘Large Police Presence’ In Smithsburg For Shooting

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There's a "large police presence" in Smithsburg as police respond to a shooting, the Washington County Sheriff's Office said.

Carroll County School Board Bans Pride Flags On School Property

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The Carroll County board of education on Wednesday night approved a policy banning the display of the rainbow Pride flag in the classroom.

Storms Leave Trail Of Damage In Howard & Baltimore Counties

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Howard County residents and utility crews were picking up the pieces Thursday, a day after storms swept through, toppling trees, flooding dozens of roads and knocking out power to thousands of homes and businesses.

Harford County Woman Charged With Murder In 3-Year-Old Niece’s Death

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A Harford County woman is under arrest on murder and related charges in the death of her 3-year-old niece, authorities said Thursday.

Baltimore Branch Of NAACP Will Host Gubernatorial Forum Next Week

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With the primary election a little over a month away, the Baltimore branch of the NAACP is hosting a forum at Baltimore Center Stage next week to help residents get to know some of the candidates for governor.

Hogan Refers Audit Of ‘Grade-Fixing Scheme’ In Baltimore High Schools To State Prosecutor, U.S. Attorney’s Office

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Gov. Larry Hogan on Thursday referred an audit of what he called "a massive grade-fixing scheme in Baltimore City Public Schools" to the Maryland State Prosecutor and Maryland U.S. Attorney's Office for a criminal investigation and potential prosecution.

Maryland Weather: Bright & Breezy Thursday

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Highs will be in the mid 80s and it will be quite pleasant because humidity is low.

Two Carroll County Schools Dismiss Students Early Due To Power Outages

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Two Carroll County schools are releasing students early Thursday due to power outages.

‘Derogatory’ Challenge Coin With Maryland State Police Shield Created By Former Member, Agency Says

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An investigation of a "derogatory" challenge coin with the Maryland State Police's shield on it determined the item was created by a former member who left the agency in 2012, “ said Col. Woodrow W. Jones III, superintendent of the agency.

Where’s Marty? Checking Out Inverness Brewing In Monkton

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In 2018 (man that seems so long ago), the agricultural-tourism industry was just starting to take off. Maryland was no exception, and that's when Baltimore County got its first farm brewery courtesy of Inverness Brewing.

Boy, 15, Charged With Attempted Murder In West Baltimore Shooting

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A 15-year-old boy is under arrest in an April shooting in West Baltimore that sent a man to the hospital, authorities said Thursday.

PGA Tour Says Saudi-Paid Players No Longer Eligible For Tour

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Dustin Johnson, Phil Mickelson and other PGA Tour members who teed off in the Saudi-funded golf league Thursday are no longer eligible for PGA Tour events under penalties Commissioner Jay Monahan shared soon after the first tee shot was struck.

LGBTQ Liaisons In Police, Fire Departments Try To Connect With Marginalized Communities

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For Kyle Lovell, his role as the Baltimore City Fire Department’s LGBTQ+ liaison is personal.

Police Identify 2 Men Killed In Northeast Baltimore Quadruple Shooting

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Two men killed in this week's quadruple shooting in northeast Baltimore were identified Thursday as 19-year-old Craig Phillips Jr. and 22-year-old Darren Barnes.

Man, 30, Wounded In Carrollton Ridge Shooting, Baltimore Police Say

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A 30-year-old man was wounded Wednesday night in a shooting in Baltimore's Carrollton Ridge neighborhood, authorities said.

Biden Administration Lays Out Plan For COVID-19 Vaccinations For Children Under 5

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The White House is announcing a Covid-19 vaccine rollout plan Thursday for children under 5.

Tree Falls On Woodlawn Home After Storm Passes Through

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Storms moving through central Maryland closed roads, canceled concerts and games, and flooded some areas Wednesday night.

Do Optimists Live Longer? Of Course They Do

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"Choose to be optimistic. It feels better," the Dalai Lama has said. It may also lengthen your life.

Like Gas Stations, Biden Administration Wants To Standardize Electric Vehicle Charging

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The proposal comes as consumers at the pump continue to pay record high gas prices.

California Drug Trafficker Was Held For Ransom, Shot And Set On Fire In Baltimore Homicide, Affidavit Says

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Diaz was taken hostage by a man he was negotiating with in Baltimore who demanded a ransom of 200 pounds of marijuana and $50,000, according to court documents.

Bell Times Changed For 93 Baltimore City Schools In Response To Bus Driver Shortage

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The opening bell is when the school day starts and the closing bell is when the school day ends.

Cubs-Orioles Postponed By Rain; Makeup Set For Aug. 18

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Wednesday night's interleague game between the Chicago Cubs and Baltimore Orioles was postponed by a relentless rain shower that started shortly before the scheduled start and never let up.

Heavy Rain Closes Streets, Strands Cars And Floods Halsey Concert In Howard County

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Excited concertgoers at Merriweather Post Pavilion were quickly drenched as the storm passed through and water flooded the amphitheater. The Halsey show set for the night was canceled.

‘Bullets Have No Name’: Neighbors Fearful, Pleading For Action After Northeast Baltimore Mass Shooting

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The violence unfolded as the city council grilled the commissioner over his response to the bloodshed gripping the city.

Webb Telescope’s Massive Mirror Hit By Micrometeoroid

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A micrometeoroid is a particle in space that is smaller than a grain of sand.

More Than 12,500 Grades Changed From Failing To Passing At Baltimore High Schools Over Several-Year Span, Audit Finds

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Multiple Baltimore high schools changed more than 12,500 failing grades to passing over a several-year span, according to the findings of an audit released Tuesday by the Maryland Office of the Inspector General for Education.

Regular Gas Prices Have Risen to Nearly $5 per Gallon in Maryland, AAA Says

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As the price of fuel gets higher, the cost of goods and services is increasing on some goods, like in the landscaping industry.

Maryland Man Convicted Of Killing Baltimore Woman, 7-Year-Old Son In 2015 Robbery

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Andre Briscoe is scheduled to be sentenced in September.

Local Victim’s Advocate Calls For Community Care After Deadly Shootings Rock Baltimore Community

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As families mourn the loss of several young lives, longtime victim’s advocate Sonja Merchant-Jones said intervention is key to seeing change on the horizon.

Baltimore City Board Of Elections Seeks Volunteers Amid Election Judge Shortage

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Baltimore City’s Board of Elections is asking the public for help as officials say the city is struggling to recruit election judges ahead of the July 19 primary.

NASA, HBCUs Partner On Program To Increase Diversity In The Geosciences

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A partnership between NASA and several area HBCUs is looking to increase diversity in the geosciences by providing paid internships with hands-on research experiences.

Man’s Body Found At East Baltimore Landfill, Police Say

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Detectives are investigating a suspicious death in East Baltimore, authorities said Wednesday.

Naval Academy Identifies Deceased Midshipman As Utah Native Taylor Connors

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Connors died on the morning of June 7, the academy said. The circumstances of his death are still under investigation, but foul play is not suspected.

Armed Man Arrested In Maryland For Threat To Kill Justice Kavanaugh

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A man carrying a gun, a knife and zip ties was arrested Wednesday near Justice Brett Kavanaugh's house in Maryland after threatening to kill the justice.

National Horse Racing Safety Rules Being Implemented July 1

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The seven rules that go into effect in July encompass jockey safety, the riding crop and how often riders can use it during a race, racetrack accreditation and reporting of training and veterinary records.

Bill That Would Increase Security For Families Of Supreme Court Justices Is Stalled In House

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There has been a rise in threats against the court amid the national abortion rights debate and protests that have taken place across the US.

Ravens Expecting More Production From Their Tight Ends

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The Baltimore Ravens plan to be more creative in how they use their tight ends this season to get them more involved in the passing attack.

Bird Flu Detected In Ducklings At National Mall, Officials Say

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The deadly, highly pathogenic virus is commonly spread by wild birds through their saliva, mucous and feces, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Jan. 6 Insurrection Hearings: How To Watch And What To Know

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The series of hearings that will take place over the next several weeks begin with a prime-time session Thursday night in which the nine-member panel plans to give an overview of its 11-month investigation.

Maryland Weather: Breezy & Humid With Storms Likely Later On

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With most of the overnight rain clearing out, our Wednesday is off to a sunny start.

Baltimore County Council Members Urge School Board To Consider Replacing Superintendent

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Members of the Baltimore County Council said in a letter Tuesday that they are distressed with the leadership at Baltimore County Public Schools—particularly with School Superintendent Darryl Williams—and would like to examine other options.

Prescription Cannabis Products With More THC May Ease Chronic Pain, Study Finds

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People who suffer from chronic pain may find small-to-moderate pain relief for the short-term when using certain prescription cannabis products with higher THC to CBD levels, but there are some worrisome side effects, according to new research.

Baltimore City Council Grills Police Commissioner Harrison On Crime Plan

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Members of the Baltimore City Council called on Police Commissioner Michael Harrison to question his plan to stop crime in the city as gun violence surges in Baltimore.

Seven People Shot, Two Killed, Within 45 Minutes In Northeast Baltimore

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Seven people were shot in two different parts of Northeast Baltimore within the span of 45 minutes on Tuesday. Two of them have died from their injuries, according to authorities.

3 Murders In Less Than A Week: Residents of Baltimore Neighborhood Plead For Help As Violence Surges

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David keeps a knife on him because he fears for his safety even while walking down the streets in Carrollton Ridge, a troubled neighborhood in Southwest Baltimore where police have responded to three murders in less than a week.

Historians Describe How Diversity Acceptance Has Changed Landscape Of Baltimore

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Historians have found a rich LGBTQ history in Maryland, from rural counties to the city of Baltimore.

Maryland Hospitality Industry Members Discuss Shortcomings of Pandemic Relief Programs

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Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot and other state officials heard from members of Maryland’s restaurant, craft beverage, and hotel industries about how pandemic relief programs worked for them on Tuesday.

Maryland Weather: Rain Will Return Mid-Week

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After three perfect dry and sunny days, clouds and light rain moved into the region by late afternoon.

Orioles Hit 5 Home Runs, Cruise Past Cubs 9-3

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Cedric Mullins and Trey Mancini hit successive homers, sparking a power surge that carried the Baltimore Orioles past the Chicago Cubs 9-3 on a rainy Tuesday night.

Hopkins Experts Watch Spread Of Monkeypox As Cases Inch Closer To Maryland

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The rare, but potentially dangerous disease has now been reported in at least 13 U.S. states - and it's now inching closer to Maryland.

National Harbor To Hold Juneteenth Celebration With Poets, Live Music

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The harbor is partnering with the Prince George’s Arts and Humanities Council to bring the county's Poet Laureate and Youth Poet Laureate to the stage.

Maryland Weather: Scattered Storms Possible Later

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We're expecting a mixture of sunshine and clouds today with a forecast afternoon high of 81 degrees.

Three Baltimore Middle Schoolers Charged In Halethorpe Armed Carjacking

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The minors face a slew of charges including carjacking, robbery, assault and handgun violations.

Development Group To Begin Renovating Former Royal Farms Arena

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Contractors are poised to begin renovations to the Baltimore Arena, according to development company Oak View Group.

Man Shot & Killed In Baltimore’s Carrollton Ridge Neighborhood

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A man was fatally shot Tuesday morning in Baltimore's Carrollton Ridge neighborhood, authorities said.

Ravens Reportedly Agree To 4-Year, $16.25M Deal With Rookie S Kyle Hamilton

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The Baltimore Ravens have signed rookie safety Kyle Hamilton to a contract reportedly worth $16.255 million over four years, plus a signing bonus just over $9 million.

Fleet Week Returns As In-Person Event This September

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Visitors will be able to tour vessels from the United States, British and Canadian navies, as well as ships from the US Coast Guard, National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration and Army Corps of Engineers.

Merriweather Post Pavilion To Reveal Commissioned Sculptures On Saturday

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The Merriweather Post Pavilion will unveil three commissioned sculptures on Saturday, according to pavilion staff.

FDA Advisers Back Novavax COVID-19 Shots As New US Option

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Next, the FDA must decide whether to authorize the vaccine made by latecomer Novavax, a protein vaccine that's made with a more conventional technology than today's U.S. options.

Maryland Women’s Basketball Will Host South Carolina, UConn In 2022-23

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"We absolutely LOVE playing the best competition year-in and year -out," said head coach Brenda Frese.

Frontier Adds Nonstop Flights From Baltimore To Las Vegas

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The company also announced nonstop daily flights from Vegas between Buffalo, NY, Hartford, CT, and Kansas City, MO.

Former Maryland Official Pleads Guilty To Bribery Conspiracy

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As part of the plea, FitzGerald will be ordered to pay $38,310 in restitution.

How Animals Are Trained At The National Aquarium

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Training animals for any behavior takes a lot of patience, but it is an important part of their health care. Here is how the National Aquarium uses target training to help care for the animals you see on display.

Baltimore’s Taharka Brothers Ice Cream Recalls Peanut Butter Cup Flavor Over Salmonella Risk

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No illnesses or health-related complaints in connection with this recall have been reported, the agency said, but there is an outbreak in connection with JIF peanut butter, which is what is used in the ice cream.

Triple Crown Newcomer We The People Is Favorite For Belmont Stakes, Derby Winner Rich Strike The 3rd Choice

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There are no horses this year that are set to take part in all three legs of the Triple Crown, after Derby and Preakness runner-up Epicenter was given time off to prepare for races this summer.

Howard County Mom Launches Facebook Community To Help Moms Find Breast Milk

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With thousands of families across the country struggling to feed their newborns amid the baby formula crisis, Heather Cabral recognized there was a need for someone to step in and meet the growing demand.

Hogan Announces $7.5M In Grants For Police ‘Accountability Resources’ As Part Of ‘Re-Fund The Police’ Initiative

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The governor's "Re-Fund the Police" initiative is his response to the "defund the police" movement and includes over $500 million to police departments over the next three years.

CDC’s Travel Advisory On Monkeypox: ‘Practice Enhanced Precautions’

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The United Kingdom, Spain and Portugal have so far reported the most cases, each with more than 100 as of June 6.

FDA Advisers To Weigh Risks & Benefits Of Novavax’s Covid-19 Vaccine

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After more than a year with two types of Covid-19 vaccines in use in the United States, another is up for consideration by the US Food and Drug Administration.

Midshipman Dies While On Leave From Naval Academy

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A midshipman died early Tuesday morning while on leave from the Naval Academy in Annapolis.

Investigators Identify Towson Man Fatally Shot By Baltimore County Police, Partially Name 3 Officers

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Investigators identified the Towson man shot and killed by Baltimore County police last Saturday as 66-year-old Joseph Robert Henry Thompson.

Ravens To Host Screening Of ‘Sing 2’ At M&T Bank Stadium Friday

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"Sing 2," featuring Buster Moon and friends, will be screened on the he RavensVision HD screens inside the stadium on June 10.

Raytheon To Establish Global Headquarters Near Washington

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The location just outside Washington “increases agility in supporting U.S. government and commercial aerospace customers and serves to reinforce partnerships that will progress innovative technologies to advance the industry,” the company said in a news release.

Two Rabid Raccoons Found In Anne Arundel County, Officials Say

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Infected animals can spread rabies with a bite or a scratch, or through their saliva if it gets into another animal’s eyes, nose, mouth or open cut.

Dustin Johnson Resigns From PGA Tour To Play In LIV Golf Series, As Phil Mickelson Returns

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Six-time golf major champion Phil Mickelson will participate in the inaugural LIV Golf tournament at the Centurion Club near London, along with two-time major winner Dustin Johnson, who on Tuesday resigned from the PGA Tour ahead of headlining the controversial series.

Ledisi To Headline Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Gala, Perform Music Of Nina Simone

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Ledisi, the Grammy Award winner and R&B singer behind such hits as "Pieces of Me" and "I Blame You," will headline the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra's Season Opening Gala Celebration in September.

Where’s Marty? Behind The ‘Screens’ At Maryland Screen Printers

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Hi everyone! Today we went to the Holabird Industrial area of Dundalk, the home for decades of Maryland Screen Printers.

Maryland State Police Warn Families About Sexual Extortion Scams Targeting Minors

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Authorities are warning Maryland families about online sexual extortion scams they say predators are using to target minors.

Baltimore County Police Looking For Missing 11-Year-Old Girl

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Authorities are asking for help finding an 11-year-old girl from Baltimore County who's been missing for a month.

Baltimore State’s Attorney’s Office, Mayor’s Safety Office Budget Review Underway As Crime Rises

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There have been growing concerns over staffing issues in the State’s Attorney’s Office, while MONSE, which works to prevent violence, is being questioned on whether its unique work is making a difference.

Grand Jury Won’t File Criminal Charges Against Officer Who Shot Robbery Suspects In Baltimore County

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A grand jury on Monday declined to file criminal charges against an officer with the Maryland-National Capital Police Montgomery County Division who was robbed while attempting to purchase a Playstation 5 last month, according to authorities.

Baltimore Man Charged For Child Pornography In Interstate Investigation

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After Garith was arrested at his Charles Village home, a forensic analysis of electronic devices that were seized revealed multiple child pornography files, police said.

Man Killed In West River Boating Crash Was Student Athlete At Anne Arundel Community College, School Says

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Nick Barton attended the school from 2019 to Spring 2022 and was a three-year member of the school's men’s lacrosse team, the school said.

One Man Dead Following Double Shooting At Baltimore’s Latrobe Homes, Police Say

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Homicide detectives are investigating a deadly shooting at Baltimore’s Latrobe Homes, according to authorities.

BARCS Waives Adoption Fees To Help Animals Find Homes Amid Limited Shelter Space

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The Baltimore Animal Rescue and Care Shelter announced on Monday that it is “critically low on space” for animals in need of its services, according to shelter staff.

Anne Arundel County Executive Taps 8 People To Serve On Police Accountability Board

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Anne Arundel County Executive Steuart Pittman announced on Monday that he had nominated eight Anne Arundel County residents to serve on the county’s state-mandated Police Accountability Board, according to county officials.

Maryland Weather: Showers And Humidity Return On Wednesday

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Maryland has just experienced three of the nicest and most comfortable days anyone could ask for.

‘It’s Heartbreaking’ 7 Shootings, 22 Robberies In Baltimore Over Weekend; Several Shot In Vehicles

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Baltimore police responded to seven shootings over the weekend. Four people died from Friday to Sunday in the incidents.

‘It’s Insane’: Deadly Police Shooting In Towson Rattles Community

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The officer was released Sunday night from Medstar Union Memorial Hospital, Baltimore County Police said.

Mother Demands Answers After Baltimore Student Dies From ‘Medical Event’ At NorthBay Adventure Camp

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A Baltimore City seventh-grader died during what was supposed to be a fun time away from home. Now an entire community—including his family members are searching for answers.

Actress Melanie Griffith Shouts Out Baltimore Bar Named After Her

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The name of the Hampden bar pays tribute to actress Melanie Griffith.

Baltimore-Based Under Armour Booted From The S&P 500

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The Baltimore company and IPG Photonics Corp are moving down to the S&P MidCap 400 list.

Crime, Education, Discussed In Maryland Gubernatorial Debate

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Crime, education and the economy were leading issues discussed Monday by eight candidates who are seeking Maryland's Democratic nomination for governor during their first statewide televised debate.

Three Males Facing Firearm, Robbery Charges After Towson Traffic Stop Yields ‘Ghost Guns’ And Stolen Wallet

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Three males are facing firearms, robbery and assault charges after a traffic stop by Baltimore County police yielded three loaded "ghost guns" and a robbery victim's wallet, police said.

Eats & Sweets Cafe Begins Serving Sandwiches And Treats At Ladew Topiary Gardens

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The Ladew Topiary Gardens in Monkton, Maryland, has partnered with Eats & Sweets to provide new cuisine choices to visitors, according to garden staff.

Proud Boys Charged With Seditious Conspiracy In Capitol Riot

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The new riot-related indictments against Proud Boys members are among the most serious filed so far, but they aren't the first of their kind.

House Speaker Pelosi To Visit Tugboat Named For Her Father At Fire Museum of Maryland

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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi will visit the Fire Museum of Maryland next week to see the effort to restore the fireboat "Tommy," named for her father, former Baltimore Mayor Thomas D’Alesandro Jr.

Gaming Revenues From Maryland Casinos Top $178 Million In May, 2nd Best Month Yet

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More than $73.4 million of those revenues, or roughly 40%, were contributed to the state's coffers.

Chesapeake Bay Watershed Earns A C+ On Latest ‘Report Card’

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The Chesapeake Bay watershed received an overall grade of C+ on its latest report card, released Monday by the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science.

Feds To Review Environmental Impact Of Proposed Offshore Maryland Wind Energy Project

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The development and construction phases of the project could support up to an estimated 2,679 jobs annually over seven years, officials said.

Baltimore Pride Announces Event Lineup, Theme Of ‘Together Again’

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Baltimore Pride is back this year with the theme "Together Again," recognizing this is the first time the event has been held in-person since 2019.

Maryland Basketball Will Play Tennessee At Barclays Center In December

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For the second straight season, Maryland is traveling to the Big Apple to take part in the Hall of Fame Invitational at Barclays Center in Brooklyn.

Where’s Marty? Celebrating National Drive-In Movie Day At Bengies

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Monday, June 6 is National Drive-In Theater Day, so of course, we came to this well-kept Baltimore landmark!

Scammers Dodge Federal Regulations That Were Supposed To Crack Down On Robocalls

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Last year, the FCC required all cell phone carriers to adopt caller ID authentication technology called Stir-Shaken. The goal was to prevent illegally spoofed robocalls.

Former MD Coach Friedgen On College Football Hall Of Fame Ballot

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Former University of Maryland football coach Ralph Friedgen, who returned the program to relevance in the early 2000s, is on the ballot for the College Football Hall of Fame's 2023 class.

Clarksville Man In Critical Condition After Setting Fire To Home, Police Say

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A Clarksville man was injured Monday after allegedly setting fire to his home in what police described as an "apparent attempt to harm himself."

Images Show Baltimore County Officer Leaving Hospital After Deadly Shooting

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Authorities released images Monday of a Baltimore County police officer leaving the hospital following a deadly shootout over the weekend.

Baltimore Officer Suffers Head Injury While Chasing Assault Suspect, Police Say

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A Baltimore police officer was injured Monday while chasing after an assault suspect, authorities said.

Annapolis Jail Employee Charged With Sex Offense Against Inmate

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An employee at the Jennifer Road Detention Center is charged with fourth-degree sex offense and second-degree assault.

Maryland Weather: Mostly Sunny & Comfortable

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We're following up a gorgeous weekend with a stunner of a Monday.

Baltimore Woman & Ellicott City Man Killed In Howard County Crashes, Police Say

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A Baltimore woman and an Ellicott City man were killed Monday in a pair of unrelated traffic crashes, authorities said.

Foam Manufacturer Elite Comfort Solutions Opening Facility In Havre De Grace

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Elite Comfort Solutions, a manufacturer of foam for mattresses and furniture, is opening a production facility in Havre de Grace, the Maryland Department of Commerce said Monday.

Police Make Arrest In Deadly Northwest Baltimore Double Shooting

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A 27-year-old man is under arrest in a deadly double shooting that unfolded in Northwest Baltimore back in April, authorities said Monday.

How ‘Lab-Grown’ Meat Could Help The Planet And Our Health

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What if there was a way to eat meat without farming and killing billions of animals per year, contributing to the climate crisis and risking high cholesterol levels?

Baltimore Ravens Volunteering Franklin Square Elementary/Middle As Part Of $200K Investment

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The Baltimore Ravens are hosting the team's annual organization-wide volunteer day at Franklin Square Elementary/Middle School, part of a $200,000 transformation of the campus the team is making in partnership with the nonprofit organization Heart of America.

First Case Of Orthopox Detected In D.C. Being Treated As Potential Monkeypox Diagnosis

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A Washington, D.C., resident who recently traveled to Europe marks the District's first confirmed case of orthopox, the parent virus of monkeypox, authorities said Monday.

Man, 25, Hospitalized In Baltimore Shooting, Police Say

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A shooting Sunday night in Baltimore sent a 25-year-old man to the hospital, authorities said.

Gas Prices Surge 25 Cents In A Week, Reaching New Record

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The national average jumped to $4.87 a gallon on Monday, according to AAA. That's up 25 cents in the past week and 59 cents in the past month.

Jennifer Lopez & ‘Spider-Man’ Highlight MTV Movie & TV Awards

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Jennifer Lopez made an emotional speech about how believers and skeptics contributed to her success, as she accepted a career achievement honor at the MTV Movie & TV Awards on Sunday.

Independent Investigation Unit Launches Probe Into Towson Police-Involved Shooting

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The Independent Investigations Division of the Office of the  Maryland Attorney General has begun to investigate an officer-involved shooting that killed a man in Towson on Saturday.

UConn’s 4 Homers Put No. 15 Maryland In Loser’s Bracket

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Matt Donlan's three-run home run in the seventh inning, one of four Connecticut blasts, broke the game open and the Huskies defeated No. 15 overall seed Maryland 10-5 Saturday night in the winner's bracket of the College Park Regional.

Baltimore County Police Officer Shot, Suspect Killed In Towson

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A Baltimore County police-involved shooting leaves one officer injured and a suspect dead Saturday night in Towson.

Baltimore City Schools Identify Student Who Died During A Field Trip

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Baltimore City Schools say Athumani Brown is the seventh grader at Baltimore Montessori Public Charter School who passed away during a field trip on June 1st.

One Killed In Anne Arundel County Boating Accident

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Maryland Natural Resources Police say the body of a Crofton man has been recovered following a boating accident on the West River near Parish Creek Saturday evening.

Maryland Weather: Sunny & Warm Again!

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Sun will mix with a few clouds, but humidity levels stay low and temperatures will be a few degrees cooler than Saturday topping out around 80-degrees.

Students Of Color Push Back On Calls For Police In Schools

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After the mass shooting at a Texas elementary school, schools around the country pledged to boost security measures and increased the presence of law enforcement on campus—partly to reassure parents and students.

Baltimore’s Carrollton Ridge Neighborhood Sees Second Deadly Shooting In Two Days

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Homicide detectives are investigating a fatal shooting in Baltimore’s Carrollton Ridge neighborhood—and it is the second one within two days, according to authorities.

Essex Man Arrested In Killing Of 3-Year-Old Child, Deputies Say

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Harford County detectives are investigating the murder of a 3-year-old girl in Belcamp, Maryland, according to authorities.

Baltimore’s Noel Acton Wins Coveted Willie O’Ree Community Hero Award

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The National Hockey League announced Saturday that it has awarded Baltimore’s Noel Acton the 2021–22 Willie O’Ree Community Hero Award.

Mancini Hits Long Home Run, Orioles Beat Guardians 5-4

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Trey Mancini hit the longest home run by an Orioles player this season, Rougned Odor had a shot that landed on Eutaw Street and Baltimore beat the Cleveland Guardians 5-4 on Saturday.

McDermott Cycle Helps Coastal Carolina Oust Coppin State 8-6

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No. 9 batter Matt McDermott hit for the cyle and Coastal Carolina held off Coppin State 8-6 on Saturday in an elimination game at the Greenville Regional.

Man Arrested In Southwest Baltimore Shooting, Police Say

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Baltimore police on Saturday announced the arrest of a man who allegedly shot a woman in the face in Southwest Baltimore, according to authorities.

Police Commissioner Discusses Gun Violence At Ceremony In West Baltimore

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City police have released photos of suspects they’re trying to identify in a shooting that injured two teenagers in East Baltimore last month.

Melanie Griffith ‘Honored’ Baltimore Bar Bears Her Name

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Actress Melanie Griffith said on her Instagram account Saturday that she was pleased to discover that a Baltimore bar bore her name.

Maryland Pounds Long Island 23-2 In Regional Opener

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Ian Petrutz went 3-for-5 with a home run and five RBIs, Nick Lorusso and Troy Schreffler drove in four apiece and No. 15 overall seed Maryland steamrolled Long Island 23-2 in the College Park Regional on Friday.

President Biden & First Lady Briefly Evacuated From Vacation Home In Rehoboth

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A small private airplane entered restricted airspace near President Joe Biden's Delaware vacation home on Saturday, and that led to the brief evacuation of the president and first lady.

Suspects Sought In Connection With The Shooting Of Two Teenagers

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Baltimore City Police have released two images of suspects they are hoping to identify in connection to the shooting of a 14-year-old and a 15-year-old.

Maryland Weather: Sunny & Warm

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The Baltimore region is in for a beauty of a weekend. Saturday will be sunny with low humidity and highs mostly in the low 80s.

Commissioner Harrison Releases Summer Deployment Plan Targeting Areas Prone To Violence

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In anticipation of an uptick in crime during the summer months, Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison released a short-term deployment strategy Friday focusing patrols on small areas in the city's nine police districts that historically have seen high rates of violence.

Baltimore Mayor’s Office Helps East Baltimore Students Cope With Local Violence

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The Mayor's Office On Neighborhood Safety And Engagement, also known as "MONSE," dispatched several members to Tench Tilghman Elementary Middle Friday.

Trans Pride Grand March Kicks Off On Saturday

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More than 1,000 people are expected Saturday for Baltimore City’s inaugural Trans Pride Grand March.

Mayor Scott Sends Letter To Hogan Formally Inviting Governor To See Baltimore’s Crime Plan In Action

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Mayor Brandon Scott sent a letter to Gov. Larry Hogan on Friday formally inviting him to come to Baltimore and see the progress being made to reduce violence in the city.

Wildlife Authorities Remove Black Bear From Tree In Frederick

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A young black bear caused a bit of a scene Friday morning in Frederick County.

Southwest Baltimore Bank Robbery Suspect Ran Off With $2K, Police Say

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Police are looking for a man who robbed a bank in Southwest Baltimore on Friday afternoon, according to authorities.

Montessori Student Dies Following Medical Emergency During Field Trip

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A Baltimore Montessori Public Charter School student has died following a medical emergency during a field trip to NorthBay Education on Wednesday, according to NorthBay staff.

Baltimore Man Arrested In Murder Of Infant Son, State Police Say

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Maryland State Police troopers have arrested a Baltimore man in the murder of his 2-month-old son, according to authorities.

Police Offer Reward For Identity Of Boys On Motorbike During Shooting At Inner Harbor

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Baltimore police on Friday announced an $8,000 reward for information on two boys whom they are looking to identify following a deadly shooting at Inner Harbor, according to authorities.

Man Shot, Killed In East Baltimore Friday, Police Say

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Homicide detectives are investigating a shooting that killed a man in East Baltimore on Friday, according to authorities.