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Bob Turk Has An Updated Look At Your ForecastBob Turk Has An Updated Look At Your Forecast
Sickened And Suing: Former UMD Student Says Dining Hall Served Her Food With Gluten Despite Celiac DiseaseOne in 10 adults in the U.S. has a food allergy, for some, those allergies can be life-threatening.
Police: Nanny Charged With Child Abuse After Allegedly Drugging 2-Year-OldA nanny in Anne Arundel County is accused of drugging a two-year-old child she was watching with unauthorized medication- possibly antihistamines.
Apology Video Shared From Former Mayor Pugh's Team Ahead Of SentencingMere hours before former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh is set to be sentenced on tax evasion and conspiracy charges stemming from the scandal surrounding the sale of her self-published "Healthy Holly" books, the former mayor's defense team released an emotional video in which Pugh apologizes for her actions.
Catherine Pugh's Team Shares Apology Video Ahead Of SentencingCatherine Pugh's Team Shares Apology Video Ahead Of Sentencing
Person In Northern Virginia Being Tested For CoronavirusA person in northern Virginia is being tested for the coronavirus, the state's health department reported Wednesday.
Man Sentenced In Maryland For Scheme To Steal TelevisionsA California man who pleaded guilty to conspiring to obtain hundreds of stolen televisions worth more than $1 million has been sentenced in Maryland to four years in federal prison.
Police: 55-Year-Old Man Shot In Baltimore's Medfield NeighborhoodPolice are investigating after a 55-year-old man was shot in the leg in the Medfield neighborhood of north Baltimore on Tuesday night.
Baltimore Buzz: Former Ravens Safety Tony Jefferson The Proud New Dad Of Twin Baby Girls!Baltimore Buzz: Former Ravens Safety Tony Jefferson The Proud New Dad Of Twin Baby Girls!
Chelsea Ingram And Meg McNamara Have A Look At Your Wednesday Night ForecastChelsea Ingram And Meg McNamara Have A Look At Your Wednesday Night Forecast
Bill Would Make Organized Hunting Contests Illegal In MarylandA bill was presented in the House on Wednesday that calls for organized hunting contests to be banned in Maryland.
Source Of Inner Harbor Oil Spill Identified, Clean-Up UnderwaySource Of Inner Harbor Oil Spill Identified, Clean-Up Underway
Former Mayor Catherine Pugh Apology Video Released Before SentencingFormer Mayor Catherine Pugh Apology Video Released Before Sentencing
Scholarship Fund Named In Memory Of Destiny Harrison, Woman Fatally Shot In Her Hair SalonBaltimore city councilman Zeke Cohen is working with the family of a young business owner who was fatally shot inside her hair salon late last year to establish a scholarship fund in her name.
Reward Offered For Information In 2013 Murder Of Quinton StokesReward Offered For Information In 2013 Murder Of Quinton Stokes
City Police Search For Suspect In Attempted Sexual AssaultCity Police Search For Suspect In Attempted Sexual Assault
Man Held Without Bond In Alleged Assault Possibly Involving Syringe In Anne Arundel CountyA judge has ordered a Churchton man accused of stabbing a woman with a syringe at a grocery store last week to be held without bond.
Bill Requiring Md. Universities To Have Outbreak Response Plans Unanimously Passes HouseConcern about an outbreak of coronavirus in the U.S. comes as Maryland lawmakers advance a bill that stems from an outbreak of a different virus at the University of Maryland in 2018.
Bob Turk Has A Look At The Chance Of Severe Storms Wednesday NightBob Turk Has A Look At The Chance Of Severe Storms Wednesday Night
Report: Baltimore Is 66th Hardest-Working City In U.S.Baltimore is the 66th hardest-working city in the U.S., according to a Wallethub report.
MDOT MVA Celebrates 3 Million REAL ID Customers Ahead Of October DeadlineWednesday morning, the Motor Vehicle Administration celebrated its three millionth REAL ID customer at its Baltimore City branch on Reisterstown Road.
Howard County Native Bruce Zimmermann Hopes To Make Orioles RosterThere are a lot of young players getting an opportunity with the Orioles in Spring Training this year.
Exonorees Lobby In Favor Of Bill To Compensate Wrongly ImprisonedPeople who were wrongly incarcerated and proven innocent testified before lawmakers to improve Maryland's existing compensation law.
Juvenile In Custody, Person Hospitalized After Fight At Phoenix AcademyA juvenile was taken into custody and another was taken to an area hospital after a large fight Wednesday afternoon at Phoenix Academy, an alternative education school in Annapolis.