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Grand Jury Indicts 3 Suspects In Murder Of 8-Year-Old PJ Evans
Evans was playing video games when he was struck, officials said.
Maryland Man Accused Of Obtaining $700K PPP Loan To Trade Stocks
A Maryland man is accused of defrauding the Paycheck Protection Program to the tune of more than $700,000, which authorities say he used to trade stocks.
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Lions Coach Compares Ravens QB Lamar Jackson To Michael Vick
“Michael Vick is probably the closest thing," Dan Campbell said.
Fantasy Football Start Or Sit Week 3: Is Daniel Jones Poised For A Big Week?
With a favorable matchup against the Atlanta Falcons, many New York Giants could be in for productive outings this weekend.
Mountcastle, Hays HRs Help Orioles Beat Skidding Rangers 3-0
Ryan Mountcastle and Austin Hays homered, rookie Zac Lowther pitched five sparkling innings to earn his first major league victory and the Baltimore Orioles beat the Texas Rangers 3-0 Thursday night.
United Way And Baltimore Ravens Host 'Caw To Action' Day Of Service
The United Way of Central Maryland and the Baltimore Ravens are teaming up on Monday, Oct. 18 to host a volunteer service.
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Eric Abraham Proud To Represent His Family On Survivor Despite Early Exit: 'It Was A Great Experience, I Just Didn't See It Coming'
Eric Abraham speaks with CBS after his surprise elimination on episode 1 of 'Survivor 41.'
Sara Wilson Reacts To 'Worst Case Scenario' After Early Survivor Elimination: 'Given Me So Much Fire On The Inside'
Sara Wilson looks back on her experience after being voted off 'Survivor 41.'
Wayne Brady, Cyndi Lauper And More Added To 'The Tony Awards Present: Broadway's Back!'
'The Tony Awards Present: Broadway's Back!' will be live from the Winter Garden Theatre in New York City, Sunday, September 26th.
'Survivor 41' Episode 1 Recap: Two Eliminations, One Summit
"Survivors, ready?!" After waiting over a year for another adventurous season, the new age of Survivor is finally here!
'The Razorbacks Are Definitely For Real': CBS' Kevin Carter Previews #7 Texas A&M Vs. #16 Arkansas, Other Week 4 Games
CBS Sports College Football analyst Kevin Carter explains why Arkansas can pull off the upset this weekend against Texas A&M and why Boise State is still a threat in the Mountain West despite two early-season losses.
'Kenny Rogers: All In For The Gambler' Comes To CBS September 23rd: 'He Will Remain Forever In Our Hearts'
The life and legacy of country music legend Kenny Rogers is honored in a new star-studded concert special, 'Kenny Rogers: All In For The Gambler,' to be broadcast Thursday, Sept. 23rd at 9:00PM, ET/PT.
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New Urgent Care Clinic Opens At BWI, Offering COVID-19 Vaccines And Tests
In addition to coronavirus vaccinations, PCR testing and rapid antigen testing, the center will also provide first aid, travel vaccines and emergency care.
Road To Recovery: Maryland's Traffic Numbers Reaching Pre-Pandemic Levels
Traffic is returning to pre-pandemic levels and with covid-19 vaccines widely available, Marylanders are returning to roadways, airways and other forms of travel.
WJZ's Rick Ritter Named Best TV Personality For Baltimore Sun's 2021 Readers’ Choice
WJZ's Rick Ritter is among those nominated in The Baltimore Sun's 2021 Readers' Choice for Best TV Personality.
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Relocates Strathmore Shows In Support Of Labor Negotiations At Venue
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra is relocating two concerts from the Music Center at Strathmore as the North Bethesda venue continues negotiations with I.A.T.S.E. Local 868, the union representing ticket office workers.
Maryland Woman Coping With Medical Adversities Creates Non-Profit To Promote Local Businesses
Mary Catherine Derrin had a medical emergency that left her legally blind, partially paralyzed and unable to work. That did not stop her, however. In fact, it has increased her enthusiasm for life.