A new national hotline to report sexual misconduct accusations against Catholic bishops in the U.S. could be operating by the end of February, three months ahead of the deadline set by Pope Francis.

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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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Former Orioles Star Adam Jones Moving To Japan, Agrees To $8.2M, 2-Year Contract With OrixOutfielder Adam Jones and the Orix Buffaloes of Japan's Pacific League have agreed to an $8 million, two-year contract. Katie Johnston reports.
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47.5M People Expected To Fly Over The HolidaysAirlines for America predicts 47.5 million people will fly in the U.S. from December 19 through January 5. 
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.
Exercise Advice On Food Labels Could Help Reduce Obesity, Researchers SayFood labels detailing how much exercise is needed to burn off a product's calorie content could help to combat obesity, according to UK researchers. Katie Johnston reports.
Man Admits To Maryland Money Bag MurderA North Carolina man has pleaded guilty to a federal murder charge in the 2002 shooting of a worker at a Maryland business, a federal prosecutor said.
Glen Burnie Drunk Driver Sentenced To 12 Years In Prison For Negligent ManslaughterA Glen Burnie man has been sentenced to 12 years in prison for one count of negligent manslaughter and other charges.
Baltimore Police Investigating 2 Separate Shootings Within A Half Hour Of Each OtherPolice in Baltimore are investigating after two separate shootings within a half-hour of each other Tuesday night.
Baltimore Harbor Tunnel Delays Expected Thursday Through This WeekendClosures are expected to take place Thursday starting at 8:30 p.m. through Monday ending at 4:40 a.m.
Ex-Marketing Executive Gets Prison For $855K Fraud PlotA Maryland woman was sentenced Tuesday to more than three years in prison for stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars from an airline and a hospitality company that both employed her as a marketing executive, prosecutors said.
Governor Hogan Announces Two Judicial Appointments Governor Hogan announced Tuesday Magistrate Bibi Berry and Michael McAuliffe as judicial appointees for the Circuit Court of Montgomery County.
3-Year-Old Girl Fighting Leukemia Gets Trip To Key WestA local surgeon made this dream come true for Kamila, raising money for the trip. 
WJZ Morning News & Weather Update 12-11-19WJZ Morning News & Weather Update 12-11-19
Wednesday Morning Weather With Meteorologist Meg McnamaraWet morning leads to a cooler day. High's in the 40's with lows in the 20's.
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Senate President Mike Miller Focusing On Family, Life Amid Battle With CancerThirty-two years, thousands of pieces of legislation: Mike Miller has been a fixture in the Maryland State House since becoming Senate president in 1987.

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