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Bob Turk Has One Last Look At Your Monday Night ForecastShowers and clouds will be around for much of the day on Tuesday.
Everyday Heroes: Thanking Those On The Front Lines Of The Coronavirus PandemicShare your photos of the essential workers in your life using #BeOnWJZ.
14 Coronavirus-Related Deaths Reported At Pleasant View Nursing HomeFour more coronavirus-related deaths have been reported at the Pleasant View Nursing Home in Mount Airy, Carroll County health officials said Monday.
Maryland Legislators Call For Gov. Hogan To Release Racial, Zip Code Data Of Coronavirus CasesMaryland Delegate Nick Mosby, along with other legislators, is calling on Gov. Larry Hogan to tell the Maryland Department of Health to release COVID-19 data by race and zip code.
Baltimore Southwest Police Station Reopens After Officer Tests Positive For COVID-19, 40 Officers QuarantinedNinty-four of the officers assigned to the station have been cleared to return to work; 40 remain quarantined as they await evaluation, the police department said Monday night.
Body Of Maeve Kennedy Townsend McKean Found In Waters Off Chesapeake Bay; Son's Body Still Not FoundOfficials have located the body of Maeve Kennedy Townsend McKean, the daughter of Maryland's former lieutenant governor who went missing after paddling a canoe into the waters off the Chesapeake Bay last week.
Baltimore Company Creates Affordable Version Of Ventilators Amid Coronavirus PandemicAdcor Industries in Baltimore's Greektown neighborhood usually produces parts for the aerospace industry. Now, they've got their sights set a little closer to home.
Search Continues For Bodies Of Missing Members Of Kennedy FamilyCrews are searching for the bodies of Maeve Kennedy Townsend McKean and her eight-year-old son Gideon.
Baltimore Buzz: Here's What's Buzzing In BaltimoreRick, Nicole and Vic share what's buzzing in Baltimore.
Bob Turk Has A Look At Your Monday Evening ForecastSome showers may make an appearance on Tuesday.
Baltimore Design School Staff Gets In On #DontRush ChallengeOver the weekend, the #dontrush challenge began to sweep through social media showing people in their everyday sweatpants and shorts transforming into their best outfits in a quick flip of the camera.
Margaret The Macaw Exploring National Aquarium While Closed To PublicMargaret the Macaw, a hyacinth macaw who lives at the National Aquarium, is like most of us, trying to find the best way to deal with social distancing.
Local Dairy Farmers Order Pizza For Staff At Sinai HospitalThe farmers said the gesture was to show hospital staff their hard work isn't going unnoticed.
Nursing Home Employee, Now In Quarantine, Says FutureCare Didn't Provide Enough Protective Equipment To Care For PatientsAmid the coronavirus pandemic, an employee with FutureCare said the company didn't provide enough personal protective equipment to care for patients.
Despite Risks, Cancer Patients Should Continue Chemotherapy Treatment During Coronavirus Pandemic, Doctor SaysAs hospitals focus on the immediate needs of coronavirus patients, patients battling cancer are facing a series of dilemmas.
Baltimore City, County Schools Start Online Classes This WeekMaryland school buildings are still closed, but the learning is back on!
500 First Responders Get Free Meals Thanks To Local BusinessesThose on the front lines of this pandemic are going above and beyond to keep us safe and healthy amid the coronavirus pandemic. That's exactly what's inspiring so many to support our heroes in different ways.
Advocates Concerned Domestic Violence Cases May Rise During COVID-19 PandemicOne week into Maryland’s stay-at-home order, Baltimore County Police Chief Melissa Hyatt released a video directing domestic violence victims and survivors to resources.
Everyday Heroes: First Responders Help Community Amid COVID-19 PandemicShare your photos of the essential workers in your life using #BeOnWJZ.
Processing Of Paper Income Tax Returns Will Temporarily Stop On April 15Maryland taxpayers are being urged by Comptroller Peter Franchot to file electronically as soon as possible and announced the agency will temporarily stop processing paper tax returns on April 15.
Baltimore Southwest Police Station Reopens After Officer Tests Positive For COVID-19, 219 Officers QuarantinedThe Baltimore Southwest Police Station reopened Monday after a police officer tested positive for coronavirus over the weekend. All 219 officers assigned to the station are self-quarantining as a precaution.
UMMS Announces Universal Masking Policy At All FacilitiesThe University of Maryland Medical System is implementing a universal masking policy for all 13 System hospitals and other UMMS health care facilities starting April 6.
Retired DC Firefighter Gary Holmberg Dies At 77 From COVID-19 In Pleasant View Nursing Home OutbreakA retired DC firefighter, jokester and loving grandfather, Gary Holmberg was 77 years old when he died following an outbreak of COVID-19 at Pleasant View Nursing Home.
Officials: Don't Litter Gloves, Disinfectant Wipes Used At StoresAfter citizens raised concerns about used gloves and disinfecting wipes being left in shopping carts and on the ground around Maryland stores, officials are reminding residents to dispose of them properly.

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