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Bob Turk Has A Look At Your Wednesday Evening ForecastIt'll be clear and cold as the Ravens take on the New York Jets in Baltimore on Thursday night.
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Nearly 20 Suspicious Fires Have Broken Out In SW Baltimore So Far This MonthThe number of suspicious fires at vacant buildings in southwest Baltimore in recent days has grown again, and while two people have been arrested, investigators still have a lot of unanswered questions.
Shoppers Hit The Stores With Just Two Weeks Until ChristmasChristmas is just two weeks away and Hanukkah is less than that, meaning it's crunch time for many holiday shoppers.
Crews Investigating Cause Of West Baltimore FireBaltimore City Fire investigators are working to learn what caused a fire Wednesday in west Baltimore.
Police: Body Wrapped In Tarp Found At Recycling PlantPolice are calling the discovery of a body at a Baltimore County recycling plant on Tuesday "extremely suspicious" and likely a homicide.
First Cold-Related Death Reported In Baltimore For 2019-2020 SeasonMaryland Department of Health reported the first cold-related illness death of the season on Wednesday. Katie Johnston reports.
Saltwater Intrusion Harming Farmers In Maryland's Eastern ShoreMaryland might be one of the first places to start seeing climate refugees in our lifetime. Rising sea levels are already starting to affect farmers in the state who say they're losing land.
Former Mayor Dixon Holding Event In West Baltimore On SaturdayFormer Mayor Sheila Dixon will make an announcement about the city's mayoral race on Saturday in west Baltimore.
You Can Get Breakfast With Maryland Zoo Animals On These DatesThe Maryland Zoo just dropped their calendar for "Breakfast with Animals" for 2020, and you can get up close and personal with the zoo animals and the keepers who care for them. Katie Johnston reports.
Package Theft Suspect Arrested In Glen BurniePolice have arrested a man in an investigation of a series of package thefts in the northern area of Anne Arundel County.
Record 27th Gun Seized By TSA At BWISo far in 2019, there have been 27 guns caught at airport checkpoints at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, a new record.
Hogan Announces $21M In State Funding To Fight Crime In BaltimoreGov. Larry Hogan announced a multi-million dollar crime-fighting initiative on Wednesday, saying his plan will crack down on violent offenders and illegal guns and provide support to juveniles who find themselves in trouble with the law.
WJZ Afternoon News & Weather Update 12-11-19Follow along throughout the day for the top stories you need to know.
Two Injured After SUV Plows Into CVS In Wicomico CountyA CVS customer and the driver of the SUV were taken to a hospital for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries.
Howard County Opens Facility To Help With Substance AbuseCounty Executive Calvin Ball joined members of Grassroots Crisis Intervention to open the facility on Tuesday.
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55K Pounds Of Frozen Breakfast Burritos Recalled Due To Plastic PiecesRuiz Food Products Inc., is recalling around 55,013 pounds of frozen, not ready to eat breakfast burrito products that have eggs, sausage, and cheese that may be contaminated with pieces of plastic. Katie Johnston reports.
Fire Investigation On McHenry StreetFirefighters were putting out hot spots earlier Wednesday morning. 
Opening Statements In Sean Urbanski TrialJurors heard attorneys' opening statements on Wednesday for the trial of a white man charged with fatally stabbing a black college student on the University of Maryland's campus.

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