Strong To Severe Storms Possible Saturday Afternoon
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Maryland Weather: Severe Storm Threat Prompts Alert Day Saturday
Before anyone can enjoy a bright and calm Independence Day, they will have to get through an Alert Day on Saturday.
Baltimore Police Stepping Up Deployment On Fourth Of July Weekend, Commissioner Says
With thousands of people expected at the Inner Harbor, Police Commissioner Michael Harrison said the department is on high alert.
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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.
Julio Rodríguez Hits 12th HR As Mariners Topple Orioles 9-3
The Mariners took two of three from Baltimore and continued a stretch of good baseball after a 5-1 road trip last week.
Orioles Nearly Held Hitless In 2-0 Loss To Mariners
The Orioles' only hit in the game came with one out in the fourth when Ryan Mountcastle lined a single into center field.
Wells, Rutschman Help Orioles Dominate Mariners 9-2
Tyler Wells pitched five nearly perfect innings, Adley Rutschman drove one of Baltimore’s five home runs and the Orioles three-hit the Seattle Mariners in a 9-2 victory Monday night.
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Bob Turk Has Your Friday Evening Weather
Bob Turk Has Your Friday Evening Weather
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Marty Bass Has Your Friday Afternoon Forecast
Marty breaks down the hot and humid weather we're dealing with Friday, the severe weather that has prompted us to declare Saturday an Alert Day and a preview of what the forecast holds in store for July 4.
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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.
Maryland Weather: Sunny & Warm
All this sunshine will send temperatures soaring into the low 90s. Humidity is still minimal, but that changes overnight.
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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.
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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
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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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US Pharmacies Are Rolling Out Free N95 Masks As Free COVID-19 Tests Begin To Arrive In The Mail
The masks are rolling out just as some in the United States are receiving US Postal Service packages containing free Covid-19 antigen tests they ordered.
Coronavirus Latest: Frederick County Employees Create Decontamination Chamber For N95 Masks
Understanding that there may be a potential shortage of N95 masks for first responders and healthcare workers, some Frederick County employees decided to help build a decontamination chamber.