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Bacteria Levels Prompt Recreational Water Advisory At Cox's Point Park
The sample taken at Cox's Point Boat Ramp is in yellow, meaning it may not be suitable for activities involving direct contact with the water. c
Star Spangled Celebration: Fourth Of July Fireworks Light Up Baltimore's Skyline Once Again
If you're not taking in the views from a rooftop or you don't have a chaise lounge perched atop Federal Hill, join us on CBS News Baltimore for spectacular views of the Star-Spangled Celebration.
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O's Beat Rangers 7-6 On A Hit Batter, 37-44 At Midpoint
Jorge Mateo limped to first base when Matt Moore hit him near the left knee with the bases loaded in the 10th inning, and the Baltimore Orioles reached the season's halfway point by coming from behind late to beat the Texas Rangers 7-6 Monday.
Wells Wins 6th Straight Decision, Orioles Beat Twins 3-1
Tyler Wells took a no-hit bid into the fifth inning for the second straight start and won his sixth consecutive decision in leading the Baltimore Orioles over the Minnesota Twins 3-1 on Sunday.
Buxton's 2-Run Homer In 9th Lifts Twins Over Orioles 3-2
Byron Buxton hit his second game-ending home run of the season, a two-run drive off Jorge López in the ninth inning that lifted the Minnesota Twins over the Baltimore Orioles 3-2 on Friday night.
Baltimore Ravens LB Jaylon Ferguson Died Of Toxic Drug Cocktail, Autopsy Finds
Medical examiners have determined that Baltimore Ravens linebacker Jaylon Ferguson died after overdosing on a cocktail of fentanyl and cocaine, authorities confirmed Friday.
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Bob Turk Has Your Monday Evening Fourth-cast
Perfect weather to celebrate America's birthday! Bob Turk Has Your Monday Evening Fourth-cast
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First Alert Meteorologist Tim Williams Has Your Monday Fourth-cast
It's warm and sunny and not too muggy outside. The best part is, the weather will cooperate with everyone's Fourth of July fireworks plans.
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Maryland Weather: Warm & Dry Fourth Of July Forecast
After days of waiting, the Fourth of July is finally here, and it looks like the weather will cooperate with our holiday plans.
Maryland Weather: Storms Miss Baltimore Region After Severe Thunderstorm Watch
Storms with the potential to create damaging winds are encroaching on Carroll County and Baltimore County.
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75th Annual Tony Awards to be Broadcast Live on CBS, Paramount+ Sunday
THE 75th ANNUAL TONY AWARDS® comes to the legendary Radio City Music Hall in New York City on Sunday, June 12, celebrating live theater in a four-hour television and streaming event that will be broadcast live coast to coast for the first time.
CBS Unveils 2022-2023 Primetime Lineup
CBS's fall lineup includes new shows such starring Marcia Gay Harden, Amanda Warren and Max Theriot.
Wilmer Valderrama On 'NCIS': Nick Torres 'Will Never Be The Same'
Wilmer Valderrama shares what fans can expect from a new episode of "NCIS" on CBS Monday night and how his daughter changed the way he looks at his career.
Hondo Goes On The Run After He's Framed For Murder, On The 100th Episode of “S.W.A.T.,” Sunday, April 10
New CBS Series 'How We Roll' Premieres on March 31
Sheldon lets a girl hide in his dorm, on the 100th episode of 'Young Sheldon,' Thursday, March 31
Sheldon gets an odd request from an old friend, Paige (McKenna Grace).
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Why You're Going To Hate Traveling This Summer
Canceled flights, surging airfares, a rental car shortage and rising hotel prices. Welcome to the summer of travel hell.
State Highway Administration Asks People To Delay Travel Due To Potential Freezing Rain
Some organizations around Maryland are preparing for the potential of freezing rain Sunday morning.
WJZ's Black History Oratory Competition 2022
WJZ's 2022 Black History Oratory Competition is underway.
Where's Marty? Learning The Art Of Cooking With Chef Nancy Longo
Camp week continued Thursday with a cooking camp. And not just any cooking camp but one run by Nancy Longo, a legendary chef in Baltimore's foodie circles.
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FDA Approves Treatment For Period Pain Faced By 200 Million Women
The FDA has just approved a new treatment for a condition that feels like "tiny people skating on razor blades in your stomach," according to millions of women.