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- Baltimore County Gets Brand New Animal Shelter BALDWIN, Md. (WJZ) -- After protestors drew attention to the poor conditions at the Baldwin Animal Shelter in Baltimore County, a brand new facility has taken its place, doubling the services for animals. Tracey Leong explains. The...
- Humpback Spotted In Chesapeake Bay Likely Following Its Stomach A humpback whale spotted in the Chesapeake Bay was likely just following its stomach.
- Thousands Expected At Charm City Bluegrass Festival BALTIMORE (WJZ) -- Thousands of bluegrass music fans will gather in Baltimore on Saturday. They'll get to listen to some of the best in the business at a festival that continues to grow. Ron Matz reports Druid Hill Park is ready to come alive with...
- Baltimore Bomb Threat Suspect's Device Was Made of Candy Baltimore Police are investigating after a Baltimore TV station is evacuated due to a bomb threat.
- Catherine Pugh Plans To Make Streets Safer, 'Grow Baltimore Together' State Sen. Catherine Pugh won Baltimore's Democratic mayoral primary, denying former mayor Sheila Dixon a comeback from an embezzlement conviction that forced her to resign in 2010.
- State Police Helicopter Helps Rescue Teen After Cliff Fall Authorities in Cumberland say a 16-year-old boy is recovering after falling 40 feet down a cliff.
- Baltimore Courthouse Closed All Week Due To Basement Fire The Baltimore City Circuit Court Clarence M. Mitchell, Jr., Courthouse, located at 100 N. Calvert Street, will be closed Wednesday due to a fire that occurred in the basement of the building.
- Unfinished Senior Center Torched During Riots Finally Opens A sign of growth in East Baltimore, as a senior center intentionally set on fire during the unrest a year ago officially opens.
- Limited Supply Of New Age-Rye Whiskey Coming To Stores In Baltimore Baltimore-based, Sagamore Spirit says the first batch is ready after aging for at least two years.
- Students Reflect On Baltimore Riots Anniversary With Silent Demonstration Prayer and a silent march is how one high school marked the anniversary of the death of Freddie Gray and the upheaval that followed.
- Van Hollen Wins Democratic Nomination For Md.'s U.S. Senate Seat Chris Van Hollen is the Democratic nominee for a rare open U.S. Senate seat in Maryland, which is being vacated by Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski after 30 years.
- Mayoral Race Comes Down To Last Minute Push For Voters Voters are heading to the polls in one of the most hotly-contested mayor's races. The top candidates have been battling for months in the race to run City Hall---now it all comes down to today.