WATCH WJZ @ NOON ON SATURDAY | The Army-Navy rivalry comes to Baltimore. WJZ has live pre-game ceremonies and the game.
Study Finds Men More At Risk Of Overeating During HolidaysA study explains the mental side of why men try to out-eat friends and loved ones, even if it's subconscious.
Baltimore Postal Facility Fined Over Leaked Medical WastePotentially dangerous medical waste traveling through the mail. It isn't illegal, but a local incident has triggered a massive fine.
Student Who Pricked Classmates At Fallston High To Be Charged As A JuvenileHarford County Sherriff's Office says that the Fallston High School student who pricked several of his classmates on Thursday will be charged as a juvenile.
Police: Student At Fallston High Pricks Classmates With LancetA student is accused of randomly attacking other students with a blood lancet. It happened Thursday at Fallston High School.
Portrait Of Henrietta Lacks Unveiled At City HallA portrait of the woman known as the mother of modern medicine was unveiled at City Hall on Thursday.
Texas Announces Its First Locally Transmitted Zika CaseTexas on Monday reported its first case of Zika virus that likely came from a mosquito bite within the state.
Growing Numbers Of Teens Now Smoking E-CigarettesA new study shows that teens who use e-cigarettes are more likely to become regular smokers. The results are now raising some serious concerns.
Carson Hints He May Have Accepted Role In Trump AdministrationRetired Johns Hopkins neurosurgeon Dr. BenCarsonn has said he would consider President-elect Trump's appointment as secretary of Housing and Urban Development.
Sabra Dipping Co. Recalls Dozens Of Types Of HummusSabra Dipping Co. is voluntarily recalling certain hummus products due to concerns over Listeria monocytogenes.
Maryland Boy's Inspirational Recovery From Double Hand TransplantAn 8-year-old Maryland boy was the first child in the world to get two new hands in July 2015.
Local Turkey Farm Prepares For ThanksgivingThanksgiving is less than a week away. And preparations for the holiday are in full swing.
Cyberbullying May Be Link to DepressionCyberbullying is an issue we all know about, but now, a new study is raising concern it could be linked to depression.

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