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British Company Working To Create World's First Recycled WetsuitA British company is looking to make surfing more sustainable with the world's first recycled wetsuit. Rylee Carlson reports for CBS Newspath.
Baltimore Buzz: UMD Alumna Makes Grammy HistoryUniversity of Maryland grad Tracy Young made Grammy history Sunday night.
Chelsea Ingram Has A Look At Your Monday Evening ForecastWe'll be in a quiet pattern in the mid-Atlantic for the next couple of days.
WalletHub Names Baltimore 19th-Best City For Football FansCharm City came in 19th on WalletHub's latest list of the best cities for football fans.
Chesapeake Bay Foundation Plans To Sue EPA Over PollutionA conservation group announced Monday that it's preparing to sue the Environmental Protection Agency for failing to enforce the Clean Water Act relating to pollution limits for the Chesapeake Bay.
Maryland Resident Being Tested For Possible Novel CoronavirusThe Maryland Department of Health says a person in the state is being tested by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to see if they have a deadly strain of coronavirus.
Anne Arundel County Man Charged With Beating Dog With ChainA Glen Burnie man was arrested Sunday after someone saw him allegedly beating his German Shepherd with a metal chain, police said.
Baltimore Police Department Talks Officer Morale, Staffing ShortageBaltimore Police Department officials have updated recruiting efforts after a judge expressed alarm about staffing shortages.
Howard County's 'Red Sand Ceremony' Shines Light On Human TraffickingGrains of red sand were poured in the cracks and crevices outside the Howard County George Howard Building on Monday to make people stop and think about a crime that often goes unnoticed.
Former Oriole Eddie Murray Highlights Health Insurance EnrollmentTax season is officially underway, and this year, there's a new feature thousands of state taxpayers may find beneficial.
Which State Do You Hate Most? For Marylanders, It's VirginiaInstagram user Matt Shirley compiled a chart based on his survey of followers from all 50 states, asking where users were from and which state they hate.
Police: Man Threatens To Kill Victim Over Parking SpotA man is being charged with assault after an argument over parking Friday night led to him threatening another person with a knife, Anne Arundel County Police said.
Video Shows 'Squeegee Kid' Attack Driver In Downtown BaltimoreA video shared online shows what appears to be a squeegee kid punching the driver of a car in Baltimore. 
Baltimore Police Commissioner Gives Update On City CrimeBaltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison and Mayor Jack Young touted the arrests made so far in 2020 but added more still needs to be done.
Local Teen Takes To The Skies -- Sort Of -- In New SportOne area teen is now excelling at a different activity that until recently wasn't a sport at all: indoor skydiving.
Man Charged With Attempted Murder In Anne Arundel CountyA 21-year-old man in Brooklyn has been arrested for charges including attempted murder, reckless endangerment and drug possession, Anne Arundel County police said Monday.
15-Year-Old, 2 Men Injured In SW Baltimore Triple ShootingThree people, including a teenager, were shot in southwest Baltimore on Monday. Katie Johnston reports.
Elderly Woman Struck By Car In Carroll CountyAn 80-year-old woman suffered life-threatening injuries after being hit by a vehicle in Carroll County Sunday night, officials said.
What Is The Coronavirus?The new strain of coronavirus has killed at least 17 people in China. But in general, coronaviruses are a common infection that almost everyone gets at least once in their life. So is there reason for people in the U.S. to be concerned?
Report: Ravens Will Listen For Trade Offers For Matthew JudonThe Ravens will reportedly listen to trade offers for free agent Matthew Judon, according to CBS Sports. Katie Johnston reports.
Bar Louie Files For Bankruptcy Closes One Location In Baltimore AreaBar Louie, a restaurant chain known for its cocktails and burgers, has filed for bankruptcy and closed dozens of locations, including one in Maryland. Katie Johnston reports.
Meteorologist Chelsea Ingram Has Your Monday Afternoon ForecastMeteorologist Chelsea Ingram Has Your Monday Afternoon Forecast
WJZ Afternoon News & Weather UpdateWJZ Afternoon News & Weather Update
Wife Of Maryland Ponzi Schemer Kevin Merrill To Serve 6 Weekends In JailThe wife of a man serving 22 years in prison for cheating family, friends and investors in a multi-million-dollar Ponzi scheme got a sterner sentence than prosecutors and defense attorneys recommended.

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