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White House Warns 10 Local Areas About Coronavirus Numbers In Private Call, Including Baltimore
The White House Coronavirus Task Force sees troubling coronavirus numbers in 10 local areas across the country, including Baltimore, the group's leader said Wednesday in a private call obtained by the Center for Public Integrity.
Coronavirus Latest: Tattoo Parlors, Tanning Salons Reopen In Montgomery County Under Revised Executive Order
More places in Montgomery County are back in business thanks to a revised executive order.
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Terps Revised Football Schedule Released; Team To Open Up On Road At Iowa
Some universities across the country still plan to play a college football season this year amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Artist Dan Duffy Creates Drawing Of M&T Bank Stadium Using Only Names Of Former Ravens Players
If you're looking for a special gift for the Ravens fan in your life, check out this cool piece of art!
'Some Players Embrace It, Some Are Still Struggling With It,' Says Nick Faldo On Spectator-Free Tournaments
Even without fans on site, the PGA Championship at TPC Harding Park will seem much as it otherwise would on TV. In some ways, it will be better.
Terps' Reese Mona Surprised On Team Zoom Call With Scholarship For 2020-21 Season
Terps senior guard Reese Mona was surprised Wednesday on the team's Zoom call by head coach Mark Turgeon with a scholarship for the 2020-21 season.
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Chelsea Ingram Has A Look At Your Wednesday Evening Forecast
More rain chances round out the week.
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Tim Williams Has A Look At Your Wednesday Afternoon Forecast
The 90-degree temperatures won't return until next week!
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NWS: 4 Tornadoes Confirmed, 3 Others Reported As Tropical Storm Isaias Moved Into Maryland Tuesday
Four tornadoes were confirmed in Maryland Tuesday and three more suspected tornadoes are being investigated by the National Weather Service.
31-Year-Old Tiaesa Sade Lake Identified As Driver Killed When Tree Fell Onto Car In St. Mary's County During Tropical Storm Isaias
A 31-year-old Prince George's County woman has been identified as the driver who was killed in St. Mary's County Tuesday as Tropical Storm Isaias made its way through Maryland.
Bowie Belgian Malinois Selected As An Early Times All-American Dog
It's a common thought, we all think our dog is the best and should win an award.
Guinness Open Gate Brewery Launches Two New Beers To Celebrate Second Anniversary
The Guinness brewery in Maryland is getting ready to celebrate its second birthday, and it's brewing up some new beers to mark the occasion.
Maryland National Guardsmen Win Multi-State Soldier, NCO Of The Year Competition
Two Maryland National Guardsmen have taken home top honors in a multi-state competition in search of the region's best soldiers.
Olympians, Including Baltimore Native Michael Phelps, Call For Greater Mental Health Resources For Athletes In New HBO Documentary
Baltimore native Michael Phelps is teaming up with other Olympic greats, calling on the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee to help athletes who are battling a mental illness.
Waterfront Wellness Series Returns To West Shore Park With New Safety Measures In Place Amid COVID-19 Pandemic
The popular Waterfront Wellness series is returning to West Shore Park in Baltimore this weekend with some new restrictions due to the coronavirus.
Work Begins On Two New Restaurants At Baltimore's Cross Street Market
Construction on two new restaurants is now underway at Cross Street Market in Baltimore's Federal Hill neighborhood.
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Coronavirus Latest: Masks Now Required At BWI
Masks will now be required at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport for both employees and passengers starting Friday at 5 p.m.
Airlines Implement New Guidelines To Keep Travelers Safe Amid COVID-19 Pandemic
If you’re thinking of taking to the skies for a summer getaway trip, airlines say they’re implementing several safety measures amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Antenna Users, It's Time To Rescan Your TVs Again If You Want To Watch WJZ
Due to a government mandate, WJZ-TV is transitioning to a new physical channel on July 2nd, 2020.
Giant Presents: Honoring Everyday Heroes
Giant and WJZ want to recognize Maryland’s finest.
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It’s the third annual Shamrock Shindig.
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