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Baltimore County Hosting Booster Shot Clinics For SeniorsEach clinic will be held at a senior center in the county. Walk-ins are available, but officials said pre-registration is preferred.
18-Year-Old Charged After Trying To Steal ATM In CockeysvillePolice said an 18-year-old has been charged in connection with an attempted ATM theft.
Owner Of Escaped Zebras On The Loose In Prince George's County Charged With Three Counts Of Animal CrueltyProsecutors allege 76-year-old Jerry Lee Holly did not provide proper care and sustenance to his zebras.
Edgewood Kohls Hiring 4,000 Fulfillment PositionsIf you need a new job, Kohls is now hiring.
Two Days After Mandate Went Into Effect, The Vaccination Status Of Thousands Of City Employees Remains UnknownBaltimore's vaccine mandate for all city employees went into effect this week. Employees are required to show proof of vaccination or conduct weekly COVID-19 testing.
Shelter In Place Lifted At Bethesda Navy Base After Bomb Threat At Walter Reed HospitalNaval Support Activity Bethesda, a Naval base in Bethesda, issued a shelter in place for over four hours Wednesday for a bomb threat at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. Katie Johnston reports.
Jonathan & Diana Toebbe Plead Not Guilty To Espionage ChargesA Navy nuclear engineer from Annapolis charged in an alleged plot to sell military secrets to a foreign intelligence agency will remain in custody while awaiting trial, but his wife’s status remains in limbo.
Regulators Approve Mixing Booster Shots, Moderna And J&J Shots ClearedUS Regulators approved mixing shots for those seeking boosters.
State Agencies Say Labor Shortages Are Impacting Processing Times For Unemployment ClaimsThousands of Marylanders are still waiting for unemployment checks and the company assisting the state is working overtime to make it happen. But, the labor shortage is taking its toll on these state agencies.
Meteorologist Meg McNamara Has Your Evening WeatherMeteorologist Meg McNamara Has Your Evening Weather
Driver Killed In Multiple-Car Crash On I-695 Near Pikesville, Police SayThe driver of a car involved in a serious crash on I-695 Tuesday died from their injuries, Maryland State Police said Wednesday.
Essex Man Gets Life In Death Of Girlfriend’s 2-Year-Old SonAn Essex man was sentenced Monday to life in prison in the death of his girlfriend’s two-year-old son, authorities said.
'We Want Good Teachers': School Leaders Share Impacts Of Nationwide Teacher ShortageBaltimore County Public School leaders said they’re not in a critical shortage but continue to recruit teachers because of the large size of their school system.
Biden Town Hall Thursday To Be Held At Baltimore Center Stage, CNN SaysPresident Joe Biden's CNN town hall on Thursday will be held at Baltimore Center Stage, representatives from the news network said.
Owner Of Escaped Zebras On The Loose In Prince George's County Charged With Three Counts Of Animal CrueltyThe owner of three zebras that escaped their Upper Marlboro farm in August and have been seen roaming parts of Prince George's County has been charged with three counts of animal cruelty.
Marty Bass Has Your Wednesday Afternoon ForecastMarty Bass looks at the weather for the afternoon of Wednesday, Oct. 20.
HealthWatch: According To A Study, E-Cigarettes Do Not Help Smokers Kick CigarettesResearches from UC San Diego found that, a year after quitting cigarettes, people who switched to vaping increased their risk of going back to cigarettes.
Orionid Meteor Shower To Peak Tonight, Full Hunter's Moon Also In SkyThe best time to view meteors is around 2 a.m. in the southeastern sky.
Loyola University Maryland Names Terrence Sawyer As 25th PresidentSawyer is currently the university's senior vice president.
Teachers To Rally Outside Anne Arundel County Board Of Education MeetingLeaders are struggling to fill jobs for teachers, as well as custodians, cafeteria workers and bus drivers.
Mayor Scott Announces First Plan For American Rescue Plan FundsThe Baltimore City Health Department will receive $80 million over the next four years, Scott said.
Bomb Threat Being Investigated At Bethesda Naval BaseNaval Support Activity Bethesda, a Naval base in Bethesda, issued a shelter in place Wednesday morning as they investigate a bomb threat at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.

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