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Son Of Coppin State University Head Baseball Coach Killed In ShootingPolice Friday evening identified Sherman Reed, Jr., 31, as the victim of a shooting in the 3800 block of West Patapsco Avenue.
Baltimore Restaurant Week Ends This WeekendThe annual celebration of cuisine continues through Saturday in Baltimore County and Sunday in Baltimore City, giving foodies a few more days to sample some of the best eats in Maryland.
Terps' Bruce Miller Finds Out He's Been Awarded Full ScholarshipA University of Maryland football player got a special surprise at Thursday night's match-up between the Ravens and the Green Bay Packers.
Heartbreak And Hope After Gun ViolenceShiretta Henderson knows firsthand the pain from gun violence. Her 15-year-old son Carlos Liverpool, Jr. was murdered on July 26.
Code Red Extreme Heat Alert Issued For Sunday, MondayBaltimore's health commissioner has issued a Code Red Extreme Heat Alert for Sunday and Monday.
More Than 60 Animals Rescued From 'Poor Conditions' In Maryland HomeMore than 60 animals were removed from a Montgomery County home deemed to be unfit for the animals' care Tuesday.
Baltimore Man Takes Off Work, Spends Birthday Picking Up TrashA Baltimore man and a few friends are making a difference in their neighborhood by picking up one piece of trash at a time.
Bob Turk Has A Look At Your Friday Evening ForecastBob Turk Has A Look At Your Friday Evening Forecast
Customs Systems Causing Airport Delays Back OnlineU.S. Customs and Border Protection tweeted a temporary outage with processing systems began causing a disruption for travelers around 5 p.m. As of around 6:30 p.m., the system was slowly coming back online.
Maryland Man Recovering After Contracting Brain-Eating Amoeba While Jet SkiingA Maryland man is out of intensive care and recovering at home after his doctors think he contracted a dangerous bacteria from the Susquehanna River.
Beautiful Maryland: Sunflowers Bloom In Carroll CountyWJZ Photojournalist Tom Truant captures these beautiful sunflower blooms in Westminster, Maryland. Edited by Crystal McQuay.
Blind Bald Eagle Rescued From Susquehanna State ParkA bald eagle was rescued from a rocky embankment at Susquehanna State Park Friday morning after it got stranded.
AG Frosh: Drug Dealers Whose Customers Die From Overdoses Should Be Charged With ManslaughterA recent high court ruling makes it easier for prosecutors to charge drug dealers with manslaughter when their customers die from overdoses.
Suspect Arrested On Drug Charges In Anne Arundel CountyMore than 656 grams of cocaine, marijuana and psilocybin mushrooms were seized in a drug bust in Anne Arundel County Friday morning.
U.S. Customs Experiencing Nationwide Outage, Causing Issues For Airline PassengersU.S. Customs and Border Protection tweeted a temporary outage with processing systems is causing a disruption for travelers.
Morgan State University Gets Approval To Build More Student HousingMorgan State University’s Board of Regents has approved a plan that would address a need for more on-campus housing as the university’s enrollment grows. Katie Johnston reports
Cement Truck Crashes On I-95 In MarylandThe driver is ok after a cement truck overturned on I-95 in Baltimore.
Ambulance Involved In Crash While Taken Crash Victim To HospitalAn ambulance was involved in a crash while it was taken another crash victim to Shock Trauma.
Instagram Lets Users Flag MisinformationYou can now flag fake news on Instagram.
More Tires Stolen From Cars, Police In Baltimore County InvestigatingTire thieves strike again! This time in Baltimore County, swiping four tires off a Dodge Challenger belonging to Anthony Mormile.
Teen Suspect Arrested After Carjacking Leads To CrashBaltimore city police are investigating an armed robbery that led to a crash involving multiple cars in East Baltimore Friday morning.
Ravens DB Tavon Young Facing Neck Injury, Probably Out For The SeasonThe Ravens get a win in the pre-season against the green bay packers, but some unfortunate news was announced after the game. Head coach John Harbaugh says defensive back Tavon Young's injury is more serious than they thought. The team now believes it is a disc issue in his neck. Katie Johnston reports
Lime Is Bringing Dockless Bikes To Baltimore This WeekendYou've seen the bright green scooters zooming around Baltimore, but starting this weekend bike spokes will also be seen spinning around the city.
Prince George's Co. Tax Preparer Pleads Guilty To Filing Fraudulent Tax ReturnsMaryland Attorney General Brian Frosh announced that a Prince George's County woman was sentenced in the Anne Arundel County Circuit Court for two counts of filing a false income tax return.
Pet Owners Urged To Avoid Certain Texas Tripe Products Due To Salmonella, Listeria ConcernsThe U.S. Food and Drug Administration is telling pet owners to throw away and not feed their furry companions certain kinds of Texas Tripe raw pet foods due to salmonella and listeria concerns.
Baltimore Humane Society Offering Free AdoptionsThe Baltimore Humane Society is waiving adoption fees Saturday as part of a nationwide pet adoption initiative.