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Coronavirus Latest: Maryland School For The Blind Donates 5 Cases Of N95 Masks To First Responders
The Maryland School for the Blind donated five cases of N95 masks to first responders in Baltimore who are on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic, the school said Monday.
Coronavirus Latest: Amazon Fulfillment Center Employee In Baltimore Tests Positive For COVID-19
An employee at the Amazon fulfillment center in southeast Baltimore tested positive for coronavirus, the company said Monday night.
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NCAA Approves Extra Year Of Eligibility For Spring Sports Seniors
The NCAA has weighed in on the extra year of eligibility debate for seniors who had their careers cut short.
'Hoping It Doesn't Cost Any Games': NFL Agents Preparing For Potential NFL Offseason Changes Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
The NFL offseason hasn't experienced any schedule changes yet due to the coronavirus pandemic but they seem likely. What would an adjusted offseason look like.
Coronavirus Impacts: How One Youth Soccer League Is Using Virtual Training To Keep Its Athletes Sharp
A local soccer club is turning to online training to help keep their athletes sharp during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ravens Fill Void On DL, Agree On 1-Year Deal With Wolfe
The 6-foot-5, 285-pound Wolfe fills the void left by the unexpected departure last week of free agent Michael Brockers, who initially agreed to a three-year deal with Baltimore.
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Chelsea Ingram Has A Look At Your Monday Evening Forecast
Expect a couple more days in the 50s before temperatures warm up a bit into the end of the week.
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Meteorologist Tim Williams Has Your Monday Afternoon Forecast
A look at the forecast in Baltimore.
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Maryland Weather: Damp Saturday, Some Heavy Downpours, Thunderstorms Possible
Expect a damp Saturday with heavy downpours and thunderstorms possible throughout the morning.
Weather Blog: Weekends Are Weekends
Weekends are weekends no matter what.
Chef José Andrés Donates 800 Masks To Johns Hopkins Hospital Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
Famous chef José Andrés donated hundreds of masks to medical workers at Johns Hopkins Hospital Thursday as the hospital and countless others across the world respond to the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Closings: National Aquarium Extends Closure Through April 26
The National Aquarium is extending its coronavirus-related closure for another month, officials said Thursday.
Coronavirus Home Tips: How To Stay Calm, Well-Fed And Healthy During The COVID-19 Outbreak
Stay safe, well-fed and mentally healthy with this at-home tips from CBS sister site Chowhound.
COVID-19 Shopping Tips: What To Buy And What To Avoid During The Coronavirus Pandemic
See what to buy and what to avoid while stocking up during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Surprise! With Birthday Plans Dashed Due To Coronavirus, 7-Year-Old Maryland Girl's Friends Make Her A Parade
A group of well-wishers gave a Maryland girl whose birthday plans were canceled due to the coronavirus a very special surprise.
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Starts Online Concert Series Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
The orchestra is putting on live-streamed concerts on Facebook Live while their in-person shows are canceled due to the virus.
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Coronavirus In Maryland: Highways Empty As Businesses Close, People Work From Home
Just before 5 p.m. Thursday, when the roads would normally be packed with commuters, numerous stretches of interstate were virtually deserted.
'Now Is Not The Time To Visit Ocean City' | Mayor Tells Visitors To Stay Home To Limit COVID-19 Spread
If you were planning on taking a seaside vacation to Ocean City, its mayor is asking you instead stay home.
WJZ's Annual Black History Oratory Competition 2020
WJZ’s Annual Black History Oratory Competition begins on January 1, 2020 and is open to all Maryland high school students in grades 9-12.
How To Register For A Mammogram If You Missed The Mammothon
One in eight women in the United States will develop invasive breast cancer over the course of her lifetime, but mammograms can find cancer early, when it is most treatable.
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Local Restaurants Helping Australian Wildfire Relief Efforts With Fundraisers
It's one of the worst wildfires Australia has seen in decades.
Baltimore Chef Wins Food Network's 'Chopped' Competition
This episode of Chopped was filmed last May.