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22-Month-Old Baby Girl Injured During Windsor Mill Domestic ShootingBaltimore County police detectives are investigating how a 22-month-old girl was injured Sunday night during a domestic shooting.
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Deadline Extended For Coronavirus Rent Support Program In BaltimoreThe deadline to apply for a rent support program in Baltimore has been extended.
Expert Says Constant Exposure To Videos Of Police Brutality Can Lead To Toxic Stress, Psychological TraumaAdults aren't just working to deal with the stress from COVID-19, but also the stress of racial inequality. Mental health experts say it's important you learn how to cope with it all.
Maryland Joins Nationwide Lawsuit Seeking Injunction On New Visa Rules For International StudentsMaryland Attorney General Brian Frosh joined a coalition of states filing a lawsuit to stop a new federal rule that could threaten hundreds of international students from remaining in the U.S.
NFL Debuts New Oakley Mouth Shield, Designed To Mitigate Coronavirus Spread On FieldThe National Football League unveiled its design for a new mouth shield that can be attached to players' helmets in order to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus during games this fall.
Baltimore Pools Reopen With Limited CapacityFive of Baltimore's city pools reopened Monday with a number of changes in place due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Fox Spotted On Ocean City, MarylandA fox was spotted on Ocean City's beach. Video courtesy: Lisa Webb
22-Year-Old Dies After Falling From Ocean City, Maryland Hotel BalconyOcean City, Maryland police are investigating a fatal fall from a balcony at a hotel. The fall happened around 2:55 a.m. on Sunday, July 12 from the third-floor balcony at a 29th Street hotel. Katie Johnston reports.
Marty Bass Has Your Monday Afternoon ForecastA look at the Monday afternoon weather in Baltimore, Maryland.
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5 Prince George's County Police Officers Suspended After Police Pursuit Ends In Deadly CrashFive Prince George's County police officers have been suspended after a police pursuit ended in a deadly crash in Clinton on Thursday, according to police.
Police Searching For Man Who Allegedly Assaulted Family Member In Carroll County, Stole VehicleThe Carroll County Sheriff's Office is searching for a man they said assaulted a family member before stealing their vehicle and then pointing a gun at another driver during a road rage incident.
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Howard County Restaurant Week Begins MondayIt's the first year curbside and pick-up will be available for the deals.
Maryland Weather: July Temps Are Above NormalSo far it's been a HOT July.
Car Overturns After Crash Reported Along Route 1 In Perry HallBaltimore County Police are on scene of a serious accident along Route 1 in Perry Hall Monday morning.
Patriot League Cancels Fall Sports, Will Allow Navy To Make Its Own DecisionThe Patriot League Council of Presidents announced Monday that it has decided to cancel the fall sports season for its teams due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Coronavirus In Maryland: July 13 2020 (PM Edition)The latest on coronavirus in Maryland.
Education Groups Lead In Spending On Lobbyists In MarylandTwo groups advocating for education and the Maryland Jockey Club were among the organizations that spent the most on lobbyists in Maryland in the most recent reporting period. Katie Johnston reports.
Statue To Tennis Star Arthur Ashe To Stay Put In RichmondOn Richmond's Monument Avenue, the collection of towering statues honoring Confederate veterans was interrupted by one noticeably different: a monument to Black tennis legend and civil rights activist Arthur Ashe. Katie Johnston reports.
Activists Seek To Decriminalize 'Magic' Mushrooms In DCThe posters started blanketing light posts just a few weeks after the city entered what would be a monthslong stay-at-home order. Vividly colored and bearing a three-headed mushroom, they asked Washingtonians to "reform laws for plant and fungi medicines" by making natural psychedelics "the lowest level police enforcement priority." Katie Johnston reports.
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