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Beloved Baltimore City Teacher Antwion Ball Dies From COVID-19A beloved Baltimore City Schools teacher died from complications related to COVID-19 last Friday.
Angel Rodriguez-Gomez, Man Allegedly Seen Entering Maryland Woman's Apartment In TikTok Dance Video, In ICE CustodyA 36-year-old man who was allegedly seen entering a Hagerstown woman's apartment while she was recording a TikTok video of herself dancing has been arrested by U.S. Customs and Immigration Enforcement days after being released on bond.
Maryland State Police Examine New Evidence In Decade-Old Double HomicideMaryland State Police are re-examining evidence from a decade-old double homicide in Wicomico County hoping it will help them solve the case.
Police Identify 3 Suspects Wanted In A Towson BurglaryBaltimore County Police are seeking the identity of three suspects who allegedly burglarized a Towson apartment.
Stimulus Package Update: Are Politicians Finally Ready To Make A Deal?With COVID cases spiking nationwide, and the economy set to feel the effects, politicians start to get more serious about a stimulus package.
William Bilbrough IV, Man Linked To White Supremacist Group 'The Base,' To Plead GuiltyA Maryland man who is scheduled to plead guilty Tuesday in a case stemming from his alleged membership in a white supremacist group wants a federal judge to immediately sentence him at the hearing, a court filing shows.
75-Year-Old Man Dies After Starting Fire While Smoking And Attached To Medical Oxygen, Officials SayA 75-year-old man died following a house fire in Baltimore County on Thursday, officials said. Katie Johnston reports.
WJZ Afternoon News & Weather Update 12-4-2020WJZ Afternoon News & Weather Update 12-4-2020
FBI Warns Of Increase In Money Mule SchemesThe FBI is warning of an increase in so-called money mule schemes in which scammers will have people transfer illegal money between different accounts to make it harder to track the source.
Police Seek Identify Of 3 Suspects Wanted In A Towson BurglaryBaltimore County Police are seeking the identity of three suspects who allegedly burglarized a Towson apartment.
Samlily Is Up For Adoption At The MD SPCASamlily was transferred to the shelter with an upper respiratory infection infection, but she's all better now and looking for her new home!
Gov. Larry Hogan Gives Update On COVID-19 In Maryland (Dec. 1, 2020)Gov. Larry Hogan Gives Update On COVID-19 In Maryland (Dec. 1, 2020)
Baltimore County Public Schools Leaders Give Update On Ransomware AttackBaltimore County Public Schools Leaders Give Update On Ransomware Attack
Sasha Is Up For Adoption At The MD SPCASasha is a one-year-old love bug! She’s wiggly, good with older kids, and comfortable when meeting strangers.
COVID-19 Latest: Towson Men's Basketball Game Against UMBC PostponedTowson and the University of Maryland Baltimore County's men's basketball teams will not face off on Saturday afternoon as planned due to a positive COVID-19 test involving a member of Towson's team, the Tigers announced Friday afternoon.
Eagles-Packers Preview: 'There's A Lot To Play For For Both Of These Teams,' Says NFL On CBS's Amy TraskThe Philadelphia Eagles look to reignite their fizzling season against the Green Bay Packers and the red-hot Aaron Rodgers.
Ravens Trying To Avoid Situation That Left Broncos Without Quarterback Due To COVID-19As the Baltimore Ravens continue to deal with the effects of a COVID-19 outbreak among players, Head Coach John Harbaugh said Friday the team is doing what it can to avoid a similar situation that left the Denver Broncos without a quarterback for their Week 12 game against New Orleans.
'Would Take Minor Miracle' For LSU To Beat #1 Alabama Says CBS' Carter BlackburnThe top-ranked Crimson Tide roll into Baton Rouge this weekend to face an LSU team struggling this season.
Fantasy Football Start Or Sit Week 13: Bears' David Montgomery 'In Great Spot' Against Porous Lions Run DefenseMontgomery is coming off his best performance of the season and now faces a Lions defense giving up the most touchdowns to running backs this season.
Cris Collinsworth Apologizes For On-Air Comments That He Was 'Blown Away' By Female NFL Fans Questions During Ravens-Steelers GameLongtime sports announcer Cris Collinsworth said he is "sick" over his comments on-air during the Ravens-Steelers matchup Wednesday, when he said he was "blown away" by female Steelers fans understanding football so well.
Baltimore Restaurants Celebrate The Holiday Season With Special Drinks, Menu ItemsLocal restaurants are mixing-up treats and drumming up the excitement, to get you in the holiday spirit.
The Show Must Go On: Months Of Planning Lead To COVID-Safe Virtual Holiday Lighting Of Baltimore's Washington MonumentDuring a year when so many things were closed or canceled due to the pandemic, the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore was determined the 49th annual lighting of the Washington Monument would go on.
Maryland Zoo Admission Drops To $15 For Winter SeasonThe temperatures in Maryland are dropping, but so are the Maryland Zoo's ticket prices this winter.
15 Cold-Stunted Sea Turtles Rescued Near Cape Cod Being Rehabilitated At National AquariumMore than a dozen cold-stunted sea turtles are at the National Aquarium in Baltimore to be rehabilitated.
Mo Gaba Way Unveiled In Memory Of Late 14-Year-Old Ravens, Orioles SuperfanA three-block stretch of West Street near M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore is now known as Mo Gaba Way in memory of the young Ravens and Orioles superfan who died earlier this year.
Guinness Open Gate Brewery Holiday Light Walk Begins ThursdayIf you want to take in the Christmas lights with a beer in hand, Guinness Open Gate Brewery is inviting you over.
House Votes To Decriminalize Marijuana; Marilyn Mosby Calls Move 'Critical Step Toward More Fair' Legal SystemThe U.S. House of Representatives voted Friday in favor of a bill that would decriminalize marijuana nationwide, a move Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby called a "critical step toward a more fair, just and trustworthy legal system."
Maryland Certifies 2020 Election Results Showing Joe Biden Won StateThe Maryland Board of State Canvassers officially certified the state's 2020 general election results Friday, just over one month after the election.
In Letter To President-Elect Biden's Transition Team, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan Calls COVID-19 Relief Package His 'First Priority'Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan reiterated his desire to see another COVID-19 relief package pass in Congress, calling it his "first priority" in a letter to President-elect Joe Biden's team.
Gov. Larry Hogan Calls On Georgians To Vote For David Perdue, Kelly Loeffler In Senate Runoff RacesGov. Larry Hogan called for Georgians to vote for the two Republican candidates in the Senate run-off elections in an op-ed published in the Washington Examiner on Monday.
Avril Haines, Former Baltimore Bookstore Owner, Among President-Elect Biden's Cabinet Position PicksPresident-elect Joe Biden announced Tuesday his first cabinet position picks. Among them, Avril Haines, the first woman to serve as Director of National Intelligence.
Governors, Including Larry Hogan, Meet With Joe Biden, Kamala Harris To Discuss COVID-19 ResponseGov. Larry Hogan joined a video conference Thursday with President-elect Joe Biden, Vice President-elect Kamala Harris and other leaders to discuss the ongoing fight against COVID-19.