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This Baltimore Summer Music Camp Is Free For Families Economically Impacted By COVID-19The camp, which is open to Baltimore City families, runs through August 21 and provides an outlet to children who have been cooped up for the past several months.
Water Main Break Causes Plume In Inner Harbor At Canton Waterfront ParkA plume of reddish water in Baltimore's Inner Harbor Monday afternoon was caused by a water main break, officials said.
Child Seriously Hurt In Boating Accident In Baltimore County, Fire Department SaysA child suffered serious injuries in a boating accident near Essex Monday afternoon, the Baltimore County Fire Department said.
Fire Officials: 21 People Injured After Large Tree Falls On Garage In Pasadena SundayFirefighters responded to the 911 call at around 5:22 p.m. reporting a large tree had fallen onto the detached garage where over 20 people were inside seeking shelter when a storm hit the area.
Firefighters Suffer Minor Burns Battling Fire In Great MillsAn investigation is underway into a house fire in St. Mary's County over the weekend.
Kyle Thomas Sought In June 13 Fells Point Quintuple Shooting, Police SayA 21-year-old northeast Baltimore man is wanted on five counts of attempted first-degree murder stemming from a quintuple shooting in Fells Point on June 13, city police said Monday.
Baltimore Summer Camp Stays Open Despite CoronavirusSummer camps have had to get creative as they work to provide kids with some sort of normalcy during this pandemic.
Red Plume In Inner Harbor Caused By Water Main Break, Officials SayBlue Water Baltimore's Waterkeeper team is on the scene at a plume that's spreading into the Inner Harbor through the Canton Waterfront Park.
As More Statues Fall, Historians Ponder Who Should Be HonoredAs More Statues Fall, Historians Ponder Who Should Be Honored
Child Hurt In Baltimore County Boating AccidentA child suffered serious injuries in a boating accident near Essex Monday afternoon, the Baltimore County Fire Department said.
Tree Falls Onto Garage In Pasadena19 people are hospitalized after a tree fell onto a garage in Pasadena on Sunday, causing it to collapse.
Baltimore Officials Address COVID-19 And July 4thBaltimore's mayor and city officials discussed July 4th amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Zoo Releases Lego Turtle Back Into The WildThe Maryland Zoo released a rescued Eastern box turtle Wednesday that rose to fame with his LEGO wheelchair. Credit: Maryland Zoo.
Police Commissioner Michael Harrison Speaks On The Officer-Involved Shooting In NE BaltimoreBaltimore Police report an officer involved shooting happened Wednesday morning.
President Trump Criticizes Redskins, Indians For Weighing Name ChangesPresident Donald Trump on Monday criticized a pair of sports teams that are considering name changes in the wake of a national reckoning over racial injustice and inequality.
Professional Bull Riders Brings Its Monster Energy Team Challenge Championship To CBS & CBS Sports Network July 10-12Professional bull riding is normally an individual sport, but with the Monster Energy Team Challenge, fans get a different experience watching their favorite riders compete for a title on CBS and CBS Sports Network.
Nationals Cancel Workout Because Of COVID-19 Testing DelayThe defending World Series champion Nationals canceled their workout Monday because of COVID-19 testing delays that general manager Mike Rizzo worried could endanger the baseball season.
Defending Champion Nats Return Healthy, Careful On ProtocolsDave Martinez's mantra of going 1-0 every day followed the Washington Nationals to their first World Series title.
Orioles Hold First 'Summer Camp' Training Session Ahead Of Shortened 2020 SeasonThe start of the 2020 MLB season is right around the corner, and the Orioles are gearing up their campaign.
Navy-Lafayette Joins Lists Of College Football CancellationsThe coronavirus pandemic is already impacting the 2020 college football schedule, with the Sept. 12 game between Lafayette College and Navy the latest to be canceled.
July 4th Flyover: Here's When & Where You Can Watch ‘Salute To The Great Cities Of The American Revolution’ In BaltimoreAs America celebrates its 244th birthday this weekend, Baltimore residents will be able to see five waves of Air Force and Marine Corps jets flying over the city in honor of Independence Day.
Old Bay Hot Sauce Sold Out Online, May Still Be Available In Some StoresThe limited-edition Old Bay Hot Sauce that flew off shelves when it was first announced earlier this year is sold out again, at least online.
Baltimore Summer Restaurant Week Set To Return Later This Month With Changes Due To COVID-19Attention, foodies: the Baltimore Summer Restaurant Week is set to begin later this month.
BET Awards Host Amanda Seales Sports Custom Suit From Baltimore Native Bishme CromartieOne of the outfits comedian Amanda Seales wore while she hosted the 2020 BET Awards Sunday night has a Baltimore connection.
For Sale: Ravens' Bradley Bozeman Parting With Camper After Buying HouseIn the market for an RV? Baltimore Ravens guard Bradley Bozeman may have you covered.
Baltimore Residents Spot Ravens Soaring Around M&T Bank StadiumIt's not uncommon to see ravens at M&T Bank Stadium, but they're usually on the field, not flying hundreds of feet above.
State Makes $413M In Budget Cuts Due To COVID-19 Pandemic; More Could Come Next MonthA bleak revenue forecast led the state's spending board on Wednesday to cut more than $400 million from Maryland's budget.
UMD Renames Administration Building In Honor Of Former Sen. Mike MillerThe University of Maryland is honoring longtime state Senate president Mike Miller by renaming its administration building for him.
Republican Kimberly Klacik Says 'Innovative Ideas' Set Her Apart In 7th Congressional District RaceBorn in Accokeek, Maryland, Kimberly Klacik admits she is fighting an uphill battle to defeat a well known and well financed Democrat, Kweisi Mfume, in the race for the state's 7th Congressional District.
Maryland Senators Recommend Ways To Avoid Election ProblemsTwo leading Maryland senators urged the state on Tuesday to prepare for a “hybrid mail-in preferred" November election in which voters can cast ballots by mail or in person with early voting, bidding to avoid the problems that arose in this month's primary.
Kweisi Mfume Shares Personal Experience With Police Brutality, Outlines Legislative PrioritiesIn an exclusive interview with WJZ's Vic Carter, the 71-year-old shared his priorities for his office and got personal talking about his experience with police brutality.
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh Pleads Guilty To Perjury, Sentenced To 6 MonthsBaltimore's disgraced former mayor Catherine Pugh, who was embroiled in a scandal involving her "Healthy Holly" children's books pleaded guilty to perjury Friday, waiving her right to a trial.