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Baltimore Vietnam War Veteran Gifted New RoofWorkers scaled ladders onto Rigoberto King-Levy's roof on Friday, finishing repairs to the northeast Baltimore home.
Worker Injured By Crane On Purple Line SiteA worker was injured on the Purple Line construction site Friday in Silver Spring.
Tamika Gauvin Named Baltimore's New Director For Mayor's Office Of Criminal JusticeBaltimore Mayor Jack Young announced Friday Tamika Gauvin as the new Director for the Mayor's Office of Criminal Justice.
Ford Recalls 262K Pickup TrucksFord Motor Co. is recalling nearly 262,000 heavy-duty pickup trucks in the U.S. and Canada because the tailgates can open unexpectedly.
Baltimore's Chelsea Gregoire Named Esquire's Beverage Director Of The YearEsquire Magazine named Chelsea Gregoire Beverage Director of the Year.
Baltimore Buzz: Holiday Open House At Government HouseGov. Larry Hogan is hosting a holiday open house at Government House on Saturday.
Bob Turk Has A Look At Your Friday Night ForecastIt will be sunny but colder on Saturday. Rain moves in for early next week.
Baltimore Police Union President Attends Meeting With President TrumpThe White House invited Baltimore National Fraternal Order of Police President, Pat Yoes, and several city FOP leaders, including Lodge No. 3 President Mike Mancuso, to attend a summit meeting with President Trump on Friday.
Charges Dropped, Investigation Initiated Into Viral Baltimore ArrestAll charges against a 23-year-old man arrested in Baltimore on Monday were dropped after a video posted on social media shows officers pinning him to the ground.
Four Fires Reported In SW Baltimore Near Earlier String Of Suspicious BlazesFirefighters are battling four fires in southwest Baltimore Friday evening not far from where nearly a dozen suspicious fires broke out earlier this week.
Johns Hopkins Professor In Sweden To Accept Nobel PrizeA Johns Hopkins Medicine professor is in Sweden to accept the Nobel Prize he won in Physiology or Medicine.
Crews Investigating Three Fires In SW BaltimoreFirefighters are battling three fires near each other in southwest Baltimore Friday evening.
17-Year-Old Mom Charged In Infant Son's Overdose Death Is Pregnant Again, Officials SayA mother and grandmother accused in the death of a 9-month-old baby boy are being held without bail.
Aberdeen Man Charged With Possession Of Child PornographyAn Aberdeen man was arrested and charged for allegedly having child pornography in his possession.
Hundreds Take Part In Climate Strike In BaltimoreAs world leaders gather at the United Nations' annual climate conference, young people rallied to influence elected officials to take action to mitigate the effects of climate change.
Maryland Zoo Needs Help Naming New Penguin ChickYou can help choose the name for the newest penguin chick at the Maryland Zoo.
Montgomery County Councilman Wants Cameras To Catch Distracted DriversA new set of eyes may soon be watching some Maryland roads: Surveillance cameras that can see if drivers are using their cellphones.
Former Mayor Sheila Dixon To Announce Political Plans For 2020Former Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon is expected to announce her 2020 political plans next week, WJZ has learned.
Crews On Scene Of Two Fires In SW BaltimoreFirefighters are battling two fires near each other in southwest Baltimore Friday evening.
Home For The Holidays: How To Make The Season More BearableMaryland hotels are offering deals around the holidays in case the in-laws get to be a little too much to handle.
Body Found In Reisterstown, Police InvestigatingBaltimore County Police are investigating after a man's body was found in Reisterstown Friday morning.
All Charges Dropped In Controversial Baltimore Arrest CaseThe charges against 23-year-old David Dixon have been dropped after video showing officers pinning him to the ground while arresting him went viral.
Tractor-Trailer Jackknifes On I-95 At I-895 In BaltimoreA tractor-trailer crashed on Interstate 95 south near Interstate 895 Friday afternoon, snarling traffic and causing some fuel to spill.
Homeless Man Struck, Killed By MTA Mobility Bus In Downtown BaltimorePolice in Baltimore are investigating after a 78-year-old homeless man laying on top of two manhole covers in the street was struck and killed by an MTA white mobility bus.

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