President Joe Biden Addresses Several Issues During Thursday Night's Town HallWhen President Joe Biden's motorcade pulled up at Baltimore Center Stage Thursday night, both supporters and protesters were there to make some noise.
Key Takeaways From President Joe Biden's CNN Town HallDuring the CNN town hall, moderated by Anderson Cooper, the president touched on several issues including infrastructure, his domestic agenda, his "Build Back Better" plan, spending proposals, tax rates, supply chain issues and Covid during the 90-minute event. 
Just Before CNN Town Hall, Hogan Calls Out Biden On Infrastructure LegislationGov. Larry Hogan called out President Biden on Thursday night, about an hour before the president is set to take the stage in Baltimore for a CNN town hall, saying he "abandoned" a bipartisan infrastructure package.
Mayor Scott Will Attend Biden's Baltimore Town Hall. Here's What He Says He Would Talk About With The PresidentMayor Brandon Scott will be in attendance at President Joe Biden's town hall in Baltimore Thursday night. If the mayor got a moment with the president, here's what he said they would talk about.
Biden Town Hall Thursday To Be Held At Baltimore Center Stage, CNN SaysPresident Joe Biden's CNN town hall on Thursday will be held at Baltimore Center Stage, organizers with the news network said.
Biden To Participate In CNN Town Hall In Baltimore On ThursdayPresident Joe Biden will participate in a town hall on Thursday in Baltimore, where he'll take questions as his administration continues to sell his ambitious legislative agenda to members of Congress and the nation.


Supply Chain Issues: 'There Really Are Problems Everywhere,' Even For Small CompaniesExtensive slowdowns all along the supply chain are preventing consumers from buying what they want when they want, suggesting broader problems across the economy.
Fourth Stimulus Check: Will You See Another Relief Payment?COVID is still limiting the economic recovery for millions of Americans. Would a fourth stimulus check help?
Harford County Executive Proposes Legislation To Extend Outdoor DiningHarford County Executive Barry Glassman proposed legislation that would extend outdoor dining, officials announced Wednesday. 
Just Puppies Agrees To Ban, $100K In Fines After Allegedly Selling Dogs From Puppy Mills, AG Frosh SaysJust Puppies, a retail pet store with locations in Towson and Rockville, agreed to a settlement prohibiting the company from selling dogs in Maryland following allegations the business sourced animals from puppy mills, Attorney General Brian Frosh announced on Friday.
Port Backups And Other Supply Chain Issues Highlight Truck Driver ShortageWhether it’s groceries, cars or clothes, products are getting backed up in ports on the coast because there are no truck drivers to pick them up and take them to their destination, threatening a crisis going into the holiday season.
Report: Stewart Bainum Jr. Plans To Launch 'The Baltimore Banner,' An All-Digital News OutletStewart W. Bainum Jr., the hotel magnate who launched a failed bid to acquire The Sun and the rest of the newspapers owned by Tribune Publishing, plans to open a new nonprofit, all-digital publication called The Baltimore Banner, according to a new report in The Atlantic.


Vaccinations For Younger Children Could Be Approved Next Month; The Latest On Outbreaks In Maryland Schools As 7 Children HospitalizedRight now, seven children in Maryland are hospitalized with Covid-19 including three in intensive care, and the push is on to vaccinate more adolescents aged 12 and older.
Health Officials Share Ways To Keep Children Safe This Holiday SeasonHalloween is right around the corner and before you know it the holidays will be here. Plenty of families are getting travel plans ready but the big question many have is how do u keep kids safe who are still unvaccinated?
If You Don't Know Where Your Onions Came From, Throw Them Away To Prevent Salmonella, CDC SaysThe CDC said 652 people have been infected with salmonella -- and there have been 129 hospitalizations. No deaths have been reported.
'We Want Good Teachers': Local School Leaders Share Impacts Of Nationwide Teacher ShortageWJZ spoke with the superintendent of Baltimore County Public Schools about the nationwide shortage and how it's impacting the district. 
FDA OKs Mixing COVID Vaccines; Backs Moderna, J&J BoostersU.S. regulators on Wednesday signed off on extending COVID-19 boosters to Americans who got the Moderna or Johnson & Johnson vaccine and said anyone eligible for an extra dose can get a brand different from the one they received initially.
White House Details Plans To Vaccinate 28M Children Ages 5-11Children ages 5 to 11 will soon be able to get a COVID-19 shot at their pediatrician’s office, local pharmacy and potentially even their school, the White House said Wednesday as it detailed plans for the expected authorization of the Pfizer shot for elementary school youngsters in a matter of weeks.

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Alec Baldwin fires a prop gun on a movie set, killing one person and injuring anotherSheriffs in Santa Fe, New Mexico, say actor and co-producer Alec Baldwin fired a prop gun on the set of his movie "Rust," killing the director of photography and injuring the director. They say their investigation into what happened is "open and active." Jonathan Vigliotti reports.
Barack Obama and Bruce Springsteen on their unlikely friendship, conversations that led to podcastFormer President Barack Obama and singer-songwriter Bruce Springsteen sat down with Anthony Mason to discuss their podcast "Renegades: Born in the USA," which launched in February and inspired their book of the same name, which will be released on October 26. Watch the extended interview this weekend on "CBS Sunday Morning," and next week on "CBS Mornings."
Taliban armed with U.S. weapons faces threat from ISIS-KCBS Correspondent Imtiaz Tyab is on Kabul's streets with the Taliban who say they are using the American weapons they acquired in the U.S. evacuation to protect Afghans from ISIS-K.
Retired hospitality worker walks from North Dakota to Texas to help Americans find common groundWhen faced with division in the country during the 2020 election, 55-year-old retiree John Inserra decided to pursue a path of societal change. That path became a literal one, across six states, down the center of the country, beginning in North Dakota and ending in Texas. Omar Villafranca has the details.
“48 Hours”: Club owners open up about one of the deadliest nightclub fires in the U.S.One hundred people died and more than 200 were injured when a fire broke out at The Station nightclub in West Warwick, Rhode Island in 2003. On “48 Hours,” the club owners held responsible are telling their side of the story for the first time on television.
Jack Antonoff talks touring the new Bleachers album and his songwriting at Electric Lady StudiosAnthony Mason joins five-time Grammy-winner Jack Antonoff in his recording studio at New York City's famed Electric Lady. Antonoff is back on the road with his band Bleachers, touring for their third album, "Take the Sadness Out of Saturday Night." He and Mason talk about his songwriting process, working through trauma, and his reputation as one of the top producers in pop music.