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More Than 4K COVID-19 Cases, 91 Deaths Reported Across Maryland
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Coronavirus Latest: Baltimore Southwest Police Station Reopens After Officer Tests Positive For COVID-19, 40 Officers Quarantined
The Baltimore Southwest Police Station reopened Monday after a police officer tested positive for coronavirus over the weekend.
'He Didn't Want To Die' | Retired DC Firefighter Gary Holmberg Dies At 77 From COVID-19 In Pleasant View Nursing Home Outbreak
His daughter said he served 22 years as a firefighter, and was temporarily moved into the Carroll County nursing home in late February to recover from surgery.
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Baltimore Native, Detroit Tigers Great Al Kaline Dies At Age 85
The man known as "Mr. Tiger" died Monday at his home in Michigan at the age of 85.
Baltimore Ravens Marshal Yanda, Justin Tucker Named To Pro Football Hall Of Fame 2010s All Decade Team
A pair of Ravens made the list of the Pro Football Hall of Fame's All Decade Team for the 2010s.
WrestleMania 36 Delivers; Drew McIntyre Captures WWE Championship
This year's WrestleMania, staged without a live audience, saw 10 titles defended with five changing hands over two nights that WWE fans won't soon forget.
Pro Football Hall Of Famer Bobby Mitchell Dies At 84
Bobby Mitchell, the speedy NFL offensive star of the late 1950s and 1960s who became the Washington Redskins' first black player on the way to a Hall of Fame career, has died. He was 84.
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Bob Turk Has One Last Look At Your Monday Night Forecast
Showers and clouds will be around for much of the day on Tuesday.
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Bob Turk Has A Look At Your Monday Evening Forecast
Some showers may make an appearance on Tuesday.
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Pink Super Moon To Appear Over Maryland Tuesday Night
Maryland will see its second super moon of 2020 in the sky Tuesday night.
Maryland Weather: Damp Saturday, Some Heavy Downpours, Thunderstorms Possible
Expect a damp Saturday with heavy downpours and thunderstorms possible throughout the morning.
Quarantine Kitchen: See What The Pros Are Cooking During Coronavirus Social Distancing
See what the pros are cooking while safely social distancing at home during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Truly Man's Best Friend: 'Wino Dog' Delivers Wine To Customers At Maryland Winery
Because customers aren't allowed to come into the winery, 11-year-old boxer Soda is now delivering wine to thirsty customers.
The Power Of Music: MedStar Health Employees Send Message Of Unity, Friendship Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
Dr. Richard Hinton, an orthopedic surgeon and medical director of MedStar sports medicine recruited nearly two dozen people within the MedStar Health family to sing the popular song, “You’ve Got a Friend.”
The Science Of Soap: Why Washing Your Hands Is One Of The Best Ways To Fight The Coronavirus
Why is washing your hands so crucial in the fight against the coronavirus? Meteorologist Chelsea Ingram explains the science of soap.
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.
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MDTA: Avoid I-895 Through Mid-June; Construction Begins Friday Night
The southbound bore of the Harbor Tunnel along I-895 will be closed starting Friday night due to construction. It will remain closed 24/7 through mid-June.
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.
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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2 Top Officials Gone From Baltimore State's Attorney's Office
The chief of administration and chief spokesperson for the Baltimore State's Attorney's Office are no longer with the office.