Police Provide An Update On The Officer-Involved Shooting
A Baltimore Police Department officer was injured and a suspect was fatally wounded during a shootout Sunday evening.

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Time Lapse Video Shows Severe Weather From WJZ RooftopAs severe weather rolled through Thursday afternoon into the evening, WJZ got a real-time progression of the clouds coming in and out as thunderstorm warnings came and went.
Bob Turk Has Your Beach Forecast For Memorial Day WeekendBob Turk Has Your Beach Forecast For Memorial Day Weekend
Bob Turk Has Your Thursday Night ForecastBob Turk Has Your Thursday Night Forecast
UMD Physicians To Be Employed Outside Athletics Dept.The directive, announced Thursday, fulfills recommendations from an external safety review following the death last year of Maryland offensive lineman Jordan McNair, who collapsed during practice and subsequently died of heatstroke.
Former Md. Congressman, Current Presidential Hopeful John Delaney Seeks Carbon Emissions FeeThat idea is part of the former Maryland congressman's $4 trillion plan, which is similar to one he offered while in Congress and drew some Republican support.
Hillside Gang Member Wanted Since 2016 Captured, ATF Offering $10K Reward For Final FugitiveATF special agents, ATF Task Force Officer from the Baltimore Police Department have taken the fugitive, Travis Alewine into custody.
Montgomery Co. Father Calls For Justice As Mother Accused Of Murdering Her Two Children Could Walk FreeThe father of two Montgomery County children who have been missing for nearly five years is calling for justice. 
Storm Damage Reported, 10K Without Power In Howard CountyAs a strong system of thunderstorms rolled through the region, some areas are already reporting damage and thousands are without power.
Family, Volunteers Continue Search For Missing Maui Hiker Amanda EllerShortly after she went missing May 8, her boyfriend Benjamin Konkol said, "She may be unconscious, she may be hidden, and so we need to move slowly. We need to move efficiently," 

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Baltimore County Council Approves Tax Increases On Income, Cell Phone ServiceThe Baltimore County Council voted on party lines to pass County Executive Johnny Olszewski's plan to raise the income tax rate for the first time since 1992. 
Woes Continue For Baltimore City Employees After Ransomware AttackGoogle disabled some of the Gmail accounts city workers were using while theirs remained down from a ransomware attack. Gmail requires a paid plan for business use. The mayor’s office tells WJZ they worked to restore the service.
ATF Launches New Initiative To Get Guns Off Baltimore Streets; Targeting Violent Felons, Drug DealersAfter a night of violence in the city of Baltimore, city police commissioner Michael Harrison announced an initiative that's targeting the people who create violence on city streets.
Ellicott City 8th Grader Places 3rd At National Geographic GeoBeeKumar won a $5,000 college scholarship and $1,000 in cash.
Graffiti Appears On Base Of Pulaski MonumentA monument of Casimir Pulaski was vandalized in Patterson Park overnight Thursday.
New Harriet Tubman Mural Debuts In Dorchester CountyA new mural featuring an iconic image of Harriet Tubman has just been finished and it's getting national attention.
Discounts, Deals & Freebies For Active Duty Military, Veterans This Memorial DayHonoring the fallen -- that's really what Memorial Day is about. So to honor their legacies, several area businesses are offering discounts and deals for active duty military and veterans. Matt Yurus reports.
Baltimore County Animal Shelter Offers Free Adoptions To Active Military Memorial Day WeekendBaltimore County Animal Services will provide free adoptions to active military starting Friday and through the holiday weekend. Matt Yurus reports.
Royal Farms To Open Stall At Cross Street MarketRoyal Farms is opening a new stall at Cross Street Market. Matt Yurus reports.
Help Maryland's Wild Turtle Cross The Road, But Don't Take Them HomeIt's not unusual to see wild turtles around Maryland this time of year, so Maryland's Department of Natural Resources urges residents to help them when they can. Matt Yurus reports.
Baltimore City Pools To Open Saturday, May 25Summertime is here and Baltimore City pools will open Saturday, May 25. Matt Yurus reports.
41-Year-Old Killed In Shooting Thursday MorningA 41-year-old man was shot and killed Thursday morning in northeast Baltimore. Matt Yurus reports.
Marty Bass Has Your Thursday Afternoon Forecast (12:30 p.m. Update)Some stormy weather expected in the Baltimore region this afternoon.
WJZ Afternoon News & Weather Update 5-23-19WJZ Afternoon News & Weather Update 5-23-19
Man Injured In East Baltimore ShootingPolice are investigating a shooting in East Baltimore earlier Wednesday night.
Turn Up Office Thermostats To Improve Women's Productivity, Study SuggestsWomen often complain that the office temperature is too low -- but it's not just comfort that's at stake.
Baltimore Police Respond To 4 Shootings In 3 MinutesBaltimore Police were dispatched to four different shootings in a three minute time frame Wednesday night. All four happened between 10:41 p.m. and 10:44 p.m.
Healthwatch: Opioid Epidemic Linked To Rising Suicide RatesPoor diet linked to colorectal cancer and opioids are linked to rising suicide rates.
10K Children Attended 12th Annual WJZ Weather Day At Camden YardsIt's another WJZ Weather Day and this year nearly 10,000 area children learned about the weather ahead of an Orioles game at Camden Yards.
Baltimore Delegation Request FBI Briefing On Baltimore Ransomware AttackU.S. Senators Chris Van Hollen and Ben Cardin and Representatives Elijah E. Cummings, Dutch Ruppersberger, and John Sarbanes requested a briefing Thursday from the FBI on the Baltimore ransomware attack once their investigation is completed.

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