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- Medical Alert: Eyestrain Common for Kids Staring at Screens Too Long While it's parents responsibility to limit their kids computer time at home, some lawmakers want to make the schools responsible as well.
- Md. Watermen Want More Access To Oyster Sanctuaries Oyster sanctuaries are currently off limits to watermen and they'd like at least limited access.
- Report: Pimlico Race Course Needs $300 Million Renovation Racing season at Pimlico is fast approaching, but a study released Friday says the race course needs a major overhaul.
- 9 People Shot, 1 Killed Within Few Bloody Hours in Baltimore Nine people were shot in Baltimore within hours. Now the mayor and police are repeating the same message to witnesses who are choosing to remain silent.
- Thurgood Marshall: Legal Giant & Baltimore Giant Thurgood Marshall was born in Baltimore and became the first African American justice on the United States Supreme Court.
- Large Crowd Rally in Annapolis Amid City Schools Budget Shortfall Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh says she will announce a funding plan Monday that will help close the city school district's $130 million budget shortfall.
- Student Arrested After Bringing Gun To Perry Hall High School Baltimore County police say a student who brought a handgun to his high school has been taken into custody.
- 3 Hospitalized, Including 2 Teens, After Broad Daylight Shooting In Brooklyn Police are investigating a multiple shooting in the Brooklyn area of Baltimore.
- Mt. Airy Home Go Up in Flames The Mt. Airy Volunteer Fire Department extinguished a fire in the 1900 block of South Main Street Thursday.
- Domestic Violence; Front and Center in Annapolis Domestic violence is among the top public safety issues in Maryland.
- Fatal Shooting in Baltimore, 3rd Multi-Victim Shooting of the Day Baltimore City police are responding to a double shooting in the 3700 block of Reisterstown Road where one a victim has died.
- Gov. Hogan Sits Down With WJZ To Discuss Trump, Legislative Agenda Gov. Hogan invited WJZ's Mary Bubala into his office to speak out on a range of issues, including President Trump.