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Appeals Court To Hold Rehearing On Trump Hotel Lawsuit Brought By Md., D.C.A federal appeals court will reconsider a ruling from a three-judge panel that threw out a lawsuit accusing President Donald Trump of illegally profiting off the presidency through his luxury Washington hotel. Katie Johnston reports.
Maryland Releases Draft Of Plan To Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions By More Than 40 Percent By 2030Maryland is continuing to push forward to lower greenhouse gas emissions in the state and set them on a path to achieve their climate change goals and support economic growth. Katie Johnston reports.
Marty Bass Has A Look At Your Wednesday Afternoon ForecastThe much-needed rain will continue into the evening, and then the winds will pick up.
WJZ Afternoon News & Weather Update 10-16-19WJZ Afternoon News & Weather Update 10-16-19
Higher Voter Turnout In Va. Could Be Thanks To More Student Absentee BallotsIn addition to hitting the books this fall, more Virginia college students may hit the polls next month, according to the Virginia Department of Elections.
Frosh Continues Opposition To Federal Rule Restricting Asylum AccessMaryland Attorney General Brian Frosh joined Tuesday a multistate coalition in opposition to the Trump administration’s rule limiting access to the asylum process.
Police Ask For Public's Help Identifying Person Linked To Fatal October 7 ShootingBaltimore police need the public's help to identify someone who they say is linked to a fatal shooting in East Baltimore earlier this month.
HealthWatch: Gastric Bypass Surgery Can Lower Chances Of Birth DefectsResearchers say mothers who had gastric bypass surgery before becoming pregnant may be less likely to bear children with birth defects than untreated obese women.
Baltimore's Youth Snow Program Will Return For 5th YearThe Baltimore City Youth Snow program is returning for its fifth year, with an expansion to give more opportunities to young people, Mayor Young said Wednesday.
Supreme Court To Hear Arguments In DC Sniper CaseThe U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments Wednesday over whether to uphold Virginia's life sentences without parole imposed on D.C. sniper Lee Boyd Malvo when he was 17.
Baltimore Board Of Estimates Approves $20M For Cyber InsuranceThe Baltimore Board of Estimates has approved the purchase of $20 million in cyber-liability insurance should another cyberattack happen again.
Hogan Announces Changes To Address Bay Bridge BackupsGov. Hogan and his administration announced plans to move along the woe-filled Chesapeake Bay Bridge rehabilitation project.
Woman Wanted In Robbery Of Glen Burnie 7-ElevenPolice are investigating a robbery at 7-Eleven in Glen Burnie early Tuesday morning.
Man Wanted For Allegedly Stealing Elderly Woman's WalletDetective are trying to locate a person who stole a wallet from an elderly woman at the Harris Teeter in Severna Park on October 14.
Hampden Shop Small Art Crawl Featuring 20 Local Artists November 30Hampden's Shop Small Art Crawl is a chance for the community to buy artwork from small business owners, and will feature 20 local artists.
Md. Attorney General Supports Vermont's High-Capacity Magazine BanMaryland Attorney General Brian Frosh has joined a group of 18 attorneys general supporting Vermont's ban on large-capacity magazines.
Harford County Officials Trying To Contact 29-Year-Old Woman To Check Minor's WelfareThe Harford County Sheriff's Office is trying to contact a 29-year-old woman to check the well-being of a child, officials said Tuesday evening.
Exposure To Pollution Linked To 'Silent Miscarriages'Pregnant women who have been exposed to high levels of pollution face an increased risk of "silent miscarriage" in the first trimester, according to a new study. Katie Johnston reports.
Student Improperly Downloaded College Prep Test Scores, Personal Information, Montgomery County Schools SayA school district in Maryland says a student improperly downloaded personal information and test scores of more than 1,000 students from a college preparation program. Katie Johnston reports.
WJZ Morning News & Weather Update 10-16-19WJZ Morning News & Weather Update 10-16-19
Weather Blog: Here Comes Our Wednesday RainThe low coming over us, and another Low over the Great Lakes, will merge into one big issue for New England.
Morning Newscast Wednesday October 16, 2019Morning Newscast Wednesday October 16, 2019
Wednesday Morning Weather With Marty BassMuch needed rain comes to the region today, clearing out by tonight.
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