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Weather Alert Day For Friday And Saturday Due To Snow PotentialThe WJZ First Alert Weather Team Has Issued Alert Days for Friday and Saturday.
COVID-19 In Maryland: Roughly 2,100 Hospitalized As Positivity Rate Dips Below 12%Maryland's COVID-19 hospitalizations and statewide positivity rate continued their descent Thursday in what Gov. Larry Hogan has indicated is a sign of the state's progress against the Omicron variant.
Help Sought Identifying Witnesses To Baltimore County Cold Case HomicideBaltimore County detectives are asking for the public's help identifying a couple who may have witnessed a cold case homicide.
Annapolis Police Investigate 21-Year-Old Woman's Shooting DeathA 21-year-old woman was shot and killed Wednesday night in Annapolis, authorities said.
Baltimore County Police Looking For Missing 14-Year-OldPolice in Baltimore County are asking for the public's help to find a missing 14-year-old girl.
Police ID Men Killed In Dorchester County Double HomicideAuthorities have identified the victims of this week's double homicide in Dorchester County.
Coffee With: Heart Of The School AwardsThe pandemic has been challenging for school districts in Maryland and across the country. If you know of a school principal who has gone above and beyond the call of duty, nominate them for the Heart of the School awards.
First Alert Meteorologist Meg McNamara Has Your Thursday Morning ForecastFirst Alert Meteorologist Meg McNamara Has Your Thursday Morning Forecast
Baltimore Buzz: Baltimore Restaurant Week Kicks Off FridayNow's a great time to take advantage of the local food scene. Baltimore Restaurant Week kicks off on Friday, plus there are still a few days left to enjoy Harford County Restaurant Week.
Washington Monument Lights Up In Mount VernonThe annual event is a tradition in Baltimore, which marks the unofficial start of the holiday season. This year marks the lighting’s 50th anniversary.
Chopper 13 Checks In On Thanksgiving TrafficHere's an aerial view of I-95 traffic around noon with Capt. Cindy Thrift.
Police Plead With Former Baltimore County Cop Accused In Kidnappings To Return Daughters SafelyBaltimore County and York area police implored a former Baltimore County cop accused of kidnapping his two daughters in Pennsylvania and the suspended sergeant he is on the run with to safely return his children.
Police Provide Update In Search Of Children Allegedly Abducted By Ex-Baltimore County CopYork County, Pennsylvania is on high alert as police hunt for Robert Vicosa, an ex Baltimore County cop who allegedly kidnapped his two daughters.
Roethlisberger Retires At 39: Time To 'Hang Up My Cleats'Ben Roethlisberger's NFL career is over.
Orioles To Get Rent Credit For Ballpark UpgradeThe Board of Public Works is paving the way for the Orioles to dramatically change the look of Oriole Park at Camden Yards.
MD-Bred Knicks Go Draws Rail In Bid To Repeat At Pegasus World CupMaryland-bred Knicks Go drew the rail in his bid to repeat as Pegasus World Cup champion.
Ravens Special Teams Ace Anthony Levine Sr. Is Retiring, Team SaysBaltimore Ravens special teams ace Anthony Levine Sr. is retiring after a decade with the team.
Ravens, Orioles Pay Tribute To Superfan Mo Gaba On His BirthdayThe Baltimore Ravens and Baltimore Orioles paid tribute to superfan Mo Gaba on what would have been his 16th birthday.
Ayala, Russell Backcourt Dooms Rutgers In Maryland WinThe Terrapins (11-9, 3-6 Big Ten) host Indiana on Saturday while Rutgers (11-8, 5-4) heads to Nebraska for a Saturday contest against the Cornhuskers.
AVAM Receives $50K State Grant To Conserve Giant WhirligigThe American Visionary Art Museum has received a $50,000 state grant to preserve its giant whirligig, a 55-foot tall kinetic sculpture located outside the museum.
Performances Of 'The Prom' Postponed Due To Cast Members Getting COVID-19, Hippodrome SaysThe remaining performances of "The Prom" at the Hippodrome Theatre have been postponed after multiple cast members got COVID-19, the theater posted on Facebook.
National Cherry Blossom Festival Seeks VolunteersWashington D.C.'s iconic cherry blossom season is around the corner and the nation's capital is preparing for the annual festival, scheduled from March 20 through April 17.
New Maryland Science Center Exhibit Goes Inside The Human BodyThe Maryland Science Center's newest 12,000-square-foot exhibit provides 35 hands-on activities and sensory experiences presenting educational information about how the human body reacts and adapts.
Chicken And Kebob Eateries To Open At Towson RowTwo eateries will be opening new locations at Towson Row.
Lexington Market Lands Taharka Brothers Ice Cream And Ovenbird BakeryBaltimore foodies will soon be able to feast on the delicacies of two well-known local food vendors at the new Lexington Market building.
Baltimore Business Owners Speak Out Against Proposed Curfew For The Block's Bars & ClubsBusiness owners on Friday spoke out against a bill that would require strip clubs and bars on The Block in downtown Baltimore to close by 10 p.m., saying the proposed curfew threatens their livelihoods.
Coalition Of Officials Announce Bill Requiring Establishments On The Block To Close By 10 p.m., Citing Uptick In ViolenceSenate President Bill Ferguson has introduced a bill that would require strip clubs and bars on The Block in downtown Baltimore to close by 10 p.m.
Mayor Scott, Commissioner Harrison Join Frosh In Pushing For 'Ghost' Gun BanBaltimore Mayor Brandon Scott and Police Commissioner Michael Harrison joined Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh and officials from across the state on Thursday to push for a ban on homemade firearms known as "ghost" guns.
Biden Administration Disputes Claims By Hogan, Other Republican Officials On Availability Of TestsThe White House is disputing the claim made by Gov. Larry Hogan that some states aren't receiving the COVID-19 tests they ordered because of the new federal program to distribute them for free.
Gov. Larry Hogan Presents Budget, Pledging Tax Relief And Education SpendingGov. Larry Hogan on Wednesday presented his eighth and final budget as executive, pledging $4.6 billion in tax cuts and $8.15 billion for K-12 education while also leaving $3.6 billion into the Rainy Day Fund, reserves the governor said would help the state in its next emergency.
Hogan Extends Open Enrollment On Maryland Health Connection, Pledges Boosts In Health And Human Services SpendingOpen enrollment for health insurance provided through the state-run Maryland Health Connection has been extended until the end of February, Gov. Larry Hogan said Tuesday.