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‘The Numbers Slapped Them In The Face’ Father Shares His Family’s COVID-19 Diagnosis As Thousands Of Maryland Students Remain In Quarantine With Cases RisingThousands of central Maryland students are in quarantine as more students and staff are testing positive for COVID-19.
Maryland Faces One Of Its Worst Nursing Shortages In History, Health Officials SayHealth officials are calling it one of the worst nursing shortages in Maryland’s history.
'I Spent 36 Years In Prison For A Crime I Didn't Commit': City State's Attorney Office Talks About Program That Helps To Overturn Wrongful ConvictionsImagine being convicted of a crime you did not commit and you've exhausted your legal options to prove your innocence. That was the case for 10 men in Baltimore until a new unit in the city State's Attorney's Office worked to get them their freedom.
'Minor Things Become Major Things': Residents React To City's Upcoming Plastic BagThe ban, which prohibits retailers from providing plastic bags to customers, was set to go into effect in January but has been delayed twice since then.
Researchers From University Of Maryland's School Of Public Health Find COVID-19 Variants Are Becoming More AirborneA new study from the University of Maryland finds COVID variants are actually more airborne.
Anne Arundel County Executive Says He's Willing To Comprise As State Highway Officials Continue To Push For Third Span On Bay BridgeBacked-up traffic and anxious travelers, it's no question, traffic on the bay bridge can be a nightmare.
Bob Turk Has A Look At Your Thursday Weather ForecastBob Turk Has A Look At Your Thursday Weather Forecast.
Judge Rules NPR Can Use Audio Recordings From Capital Gazette TrialA judge ruled that audio from the Capital Gazette trial can be used by NPR.
Researchers From University Of Maryland Find COVID-19 Variants Are Becoming More AirborneA new study from the University of Maryland finds COVID variants are actually more airborne.
Thousands Of Maryland Students Remain In Quarantine With Covid-19 Cases RisingThousands of central Maryland students are in quarantine as more students and staff are testing positive for COVID-19.
Nicole Baker Hits A Ravens Running Back Drill At 'A Purple Evening'Think you could run with the Ravens? WJZ's Nicole Baker proved she can Tuesday night.
'Make Sure Ya'll Hugging Your Babies': Mother Of Peyton Evans, Child Killed In Landover Shooting, Speaks Out After ArrestsTiffani Evans stood with Prince George's County Police Officials Thursday morning as they announced the arrest of three young men in the death her son, Peyton 'PJ' Evans.
Gov. Hogan Announces Expanded Booster Shot EligibilityGovernor Larry Hogan announced Thursday that all Marylanders 65 or older that live in congregate care settings now qualify for booster shots.
Chopper 13 Catches F-16 Jets Over AnnapolisChopper 13 caught some F-16 jets over Annapolis Thursday
Harper’s Throw To Plate Saves Phillies’ 4-3 Win Over OriolesBryce Harper threw out the tying run at the plate in the eighth inning and Andrew McCutchen hit a two-run home run to keep the Philadelphia Phillies pushing in the NL East race with a 4-3 win over the Baltimore Orioles on Wednesday night.
Realmuto’s Two-Run Triple In 10th Leads Phillies Past Orioles 3-2J.T. Realmuto hit a two-run triple with two outs in the 10th inning to rally the Philadelphia Phillies past the Baltimore Orioles 3-2 on Tuesday night for a boost to their longshot playoff odds.
Phillies’ NL East-chase Hindered In 2-0 Loss To 100-loss OriolesJohn Means struck out six and stymied Bryce Harper and a Philadelphia Phillies team in an eleventh-hour playoff push to lead the Baltimore Orioles to a 2-0 win Monday night.
Ravens Fans Celebrate Sunday's Win Against Kansas City ChiefsThe Kansas City Chiefs might have made it to the Super Bowl last year, but this year they didn’t make it past the Ravens in Sunday's regular-season game.
Baltimore-Maryland 2026 Welcomes FIFA & US Soccer Inspection Delegation MondayOfficials announced that Baltimore-Maryland 2026 will welcome the FIFA and U.S. Soccer Inspection Delegation on Monday, Sept. 20, with a public banner exchange.
Lamar Jackson Finally Leads Ravens Over Chiefs 36-35Lamar Jackson finally beat Patrick Mahomes, using his legs to rush for 107 yards and scoring twice, including flipping into the end zone for the winning score as Baltimore defeated Kansas City 36-35 Sunday night.
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Relocates Strathmore Shows In Support Of Labor Negotiations At VenueThe Baltimore Symphony Orchestra is relocating two concerts from the Music Center at Strathmore as the North Bethesda venue continues negotiations with I.A.T.S.E. Local 868, the union representing ticket office workers.
Baltimore Indie Rock Artist Snail Mail Announces New Album 'Valentine,' Shares Title TrackSnail Mail, a.k.a. the rock outfit fronted by Maryland native Lindsey Jordan, is back with highly anticipated sophomore album "Valentine," due out Nov. 5 on indie label stalwart Matador Records.
New Album From Baltimore Hardcore Band Turnstile Debuts At #30 On Billboard Chart"Glow On," the third album from local hardcore group Turnstile, debuted at number 30 on Billboard's Top 200 chart tracking album sales, and currently ranks as the third-best selling vinyl album in the country.
Art Sound Now Concert Series Return To Walters Art Museum In Baltimore This SummerThe Walters Art Museum in Baltimore has announced the return of summer entertainment with a Thursday concert series, Art Sound Now.
Maryland Ranks No. 26 On List Of Best States, New Survey FindsIt's safe to say, most of us think Maryland is pretty great. We have Ocean City, the Preakness, great sports teams and a lot of history! But how do we compare to the rest of the nation?
New Mural In Annapolis Across From Courthouse Features Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Thurgood MarshallThere's a new mural in Annapolis located in the heart of Maryland's capital city.
Maryland Attorney General Frosh Offers Support For DOJ Challenge Of Texas Abortion LawMaryland Attorney General Brian Frosh on Wednesday offered his support for the Department of Justice's challenge of the new Texas law that bans abortions after six weeks.
Baltimore Congressional Delegation Announces $9M For Baltimore County To Reimburse COVID-19 ExpensesBaltimore County will receive nearly $10 million in federal funds as a reimbursement of some pandemic-related expenses, U.S. Sens. Chris Van Hollen and Ben Cardin and Reps. Dutch Ruppersberger, John Sarbanes and Kweisi Mfume announced on Tuesday.
Maryland Reports 9,900 Deaths Since COVID-19 Pandemic Began; Baltimore County Will Mandate Employee VaccinesBaltimore County will require all government employees to get vaccinated, Baltimore County Executive John Olszewski Jr. and Health Officer Dr. Gregory Wm. Branch announced on Thursday.
Anne Arundel County Commits To Using Equity Lens To Review Policies Under New Executive OrderAnne Arundel County Executive Steuart Pittman signed an executive order on Tuesday affirming the county government will use an "equity lens" when reviewing policies, procedures and practices as part of a commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion.
Rep. Jamie Raskin's Book 'Unthinkable' Coming Out Jan. 4U.S. Rep. Jamie Raskin of Maryland is working on a memoir in which he will reflect on the Jan. 6 siege of the Capitol and the tragedy he suffered a week earlier when his 25-year-old son Tommy killed himself.
Baltimore City Will Require Weekly Testing For All Employees Who Are Not Vaccinated By Oct. 18Mayor Brandon Scott on Tuesday said all city employees who are not fully vaccinated by Oct. 18 will have to submit to weekly testing.