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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 Mayor-Elect Brandon Scott Quarantining After Potential Exposure To COVID-19Just days before his inauguration, Baltimore mayor-elect Brandon Scott said he is self-quarantining after potentially being exposed to COVID-19.
Gov. Hogan: Initial COVID-19 Vaccine Will Not Cover 300K Maryland Healthcare WorkersSticking with the recommendations from the CDC, Gov. Larry Hogan said when a COVID-19 vaccine is approved, certain essential healthcare workers will be the first to get it.
Police Commission Says Baltimore Police Lack Ability To Detect, Punish Officer Misconduct After Investigating GTTF CorruptionA policing commission said Baltimore city police lacks the ability to detect and punish officer misconduct.
WJZ Holiday Spectacular: 49th Annual Baltimore's Washington Monument LightingFor the 49th year, the Downtown Partnership hosted the lighting of the Washington Monument in Baltimore.
3 Maryland Students Named Rhodes Scholars, Including UMBC's Samuel PattersonThree Maryland students are receiving one of the highest honors available to college students in America. Last month, they were named Rhodes Scholars.
49th Annual Washington Monument Holiday Lighting Goes Virtual49th Annual Washington Monument Holiday Lighting Goes Virtual
Baltimore Mayor-Elect Brandon Scott Quarantining After Potential Exposure To COVID-19Baltimore Mayor-Elect Brandon Scott Quarantining After Potential Exposure To COVID-19
WJZ Holiday Spectacular 2020: Part 4WJZ Holiday Spectacular and the Downtown Partnership's 49th annual Monument Lighting.
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.
Ravens HC John Harbaugh Declines To Comment On QB Lamar Jackson's Status Vs. CowboysRavens head coach John Harbaugh declined to comment on whether or not his star quarterback, Lamar Jackson, would play in Tuesday's game against the Dallas Cowboys.
NFL Week 13 AFC East Picks: Dolphins Beat Bengals 'By Double-Digits,' Says CBS Miami's Mike CugnoThe AFC East looks a little different, with the Bills and Dolphins pushing for the postseason and the Patriots in danger of missing the playoffs.
AP Source: Michigan Had At Least 12 Positive COVID-19 Cases, Leading To Cancellation Of Game With MarylandMichigan canceled this weekend's game against Maryland because it had at least 12 positive COVID-19 cases within the football program, a person familiar with the situation told The Associated Press on Thursday.
Orioles Cut Alberto, Sign 4 Players To 1-Year DealsStarting second baseman Hanser Alberto was let go Wednesday by the Baltimore Orioles, who agreed to one-year contracts with catcher Pedro Severino and infielder Yolmer Sánchez.
Changing Of The Guard: Rockets, Wiz Make Westbrook-Wall DealRussell Westbrook is headed to the Washington Wizards and John Wall is moving to the Houston Rockets in a significant swap of point guards.
Steelers Overcome Rust, Short-Handed Ravens To Move To 11-0The Pittsburgh Steelers are still perfect, even amid all their imperfections.
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.
Guinness Brewery Holiday Light Walk Runs Through DecemberFor a bit of holiday cheer, Guinness Open Gate Brewery will have a Holiday Light Walk starting Thursday through December.
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.
Baltimore City Elections Officials: 2020 General Election Certified WednesdayBaltimore City Elections officials said the 2020 General Election was certified Wednesday afternoon.
‘We’re In The Middle Of a War’: Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan Concerned Rocky Presidential Transition Will Hurt COVID-19 FightGovernor Larry Hogan had strong words Monday about the danger Maryland still faces from the COVID-19 pandemic.