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Police Investigating Laurel ShootingPolice Investigating Laurel Shooting
Bob Turk Has A Look At Tuesday's ForecastBob Turk is looking ahead to Tuesday's forecast in Baltimore.
NOW HIRING: Ocean City Businesses Looking For Help A Hiring Shortage Could Affect Their Summer BusinessMany tourism and hospitality industries are struggling to find and hire employees, including in Ocean City.
Inside The Case: How Federal Agents Built Their Case Against Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine PughTwo years ago this month, Catherine Pugh resigned as mayor of Baltimore in disgrace. The once-powerful politician is now serving three years in an Alabama prison in one of the city’s biggest public corruption scandals.
Anne Arundel County Police On Scene Of Shooting In LaurelPolice are on scene of a shooting in the Laurel area of Anne Arundel County.
Roof Collapses After Fire Rips Through Three Townhomes In Ellicott CityFire investigators are searching for clues in what started a fire in Ellicott City Monday night.
Community, Survivors Reeling After Woodlawn Man Opens Fire On NeighborsBaltimore County Police are continuing their investigation after a Woodlawn man went on a shooting rampage over the weekend, killing three of his neighbors, and then set his home on fire. 
Shooting Reported In Laurel, Anne Arundel County Police On ScenePolice are on scene of a shooting in the Laurel area of Anne Arundel County.
Baltimore Buzz: Dierks Bentley Announces Concert At Merriweather PostHere's what's buzzing in Baltimore.
Police Investigation Continues In Woodlawn Shooting, ExplosionBaltimore County Police continue their investigation into an explosion and shooting in Woodlawn Saturday.
Bob Turk Has Your Monday Night WeatherThe latest weather for WJZ in Baltimore.
Ocean City, Maryland Launches Incentives To Recruit Summer WorkersOCMD is hiring, but they are struggling to get employees.
Baltimore Summer Restaurant Week Starts July 23Baltimore Summer Restaurant Week starts on July 23 and runs through August.
New Polls Show That Japan Locals Are Against The 2021 Olympic GamesFifty-Nine percent of people in Japan think the Olympic games should be canceled.
Hotel Revival Partners With Black Owned Businesses After Cultural Development"More coffee, more life” is just the beginning of the unique experience for patrons at Hotel Revival.   
Dr. Fauci Provides Update On Mask GuidanceDr. Fauci provides an update on mask guidance .
FDA Authorizes Pfizer's Covid-19 Vaccine For Use Children Ages 12 To 15The US Food and Drug Administration has expanded the emergency use authorization for Pfizer's Covid-19 vaccine to include people ages 12 to 15.
Federal Safety Regulators Investigating Steering Issues in 1.1M Honda AccordsFederal safety regulators investigating steering issues which may cause car to steer out of lane.
Air Travel Hits Pandemic-Era RecordAir travel hits pandemic-Era record; 1.7M people screened nationwide Sunday.
Maryland Health Officials Launch New Initiative To Encourage Continued COVID TestingThe Maryland Department of Health launched the "Don't Invite COVID" campaign to encourage Marylanders to continue to get tested for COVID-19 and participate in contact tracing after a positive test result or exposure.
Maryland Health Officials Hold Mobile Vaccination Clinic At Pimlico Ahead Of PreaknessMaryland health officials held a mobile COVID-19 vaccination clinic at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore on Monday.
Discussion Continues Surrounding Fourth Round Of Stimulus ChecksA possible fourth stimulus check remains part of the discussion, with the third round of economic relief payments nearing its end. Over 164 million payments of up to $1,400 per person have been issued since the third stimulus package passed in mid-March.
Documentary 'Bastard's Road' Follows Maryland Veteran's Healing After Coming Home From Iraq WarAn award-winning documentary about an incredible 6,000-mile journey made by a local Marine Corps veteran is set for national release Tuesday.
Maryland AG Joins Coalition Calling For Facebook To Not Launch Instagram KidsMaryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh joined a coalition of 44 attorney generals urging Facebook to not launch Instagram Kids, a version of the app for children 13 and under.

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