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Maryland Schools Report More Than 10,000 Covid Cases Since Reopening In PersonCovid-19 has taken a toll on Maryland schools. The Maryland Department of Education revealed Tuesday there have been more than 10,000 cases among students and more than 1,800 cases among staff since classrooms reopened in person.
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Outdoor Dining In Recovery Zones To End Monday In AnnapolisSome bad news for those who enjoyed a mean or two in recovery zones in Annapolis.
Learning & Masking In Classroom: A WJZ TownhallWJZ hosted a town hall featuring a panel of experts to answer your questions about masks in schools and other safety measures.
Rabid Coyote Attacks Teenager In Baltimore CountyA mother and her son want to warn others after a teenager was bit by a rabid coyote.
Baltimore County Seeing Increase In CrimeThe deadly shooting marks the latest instance of violent crime to strike Baltimore County, which is grappling with a rise in violence.
Marylanders Weigh In On The Legalization Of Recreational MarijuanaDo you think marijuana should be legalized for recreational use?
Pumpkin Season Is Here, But There Is A Price HikeThe supply chain shortage has hit the pumpkin market.
Deadly Towson Shooting Marks Latest Violent Crime To Hit Baltimore CountyPolice have identified the man shot and killed Monday night in Towson as a 21-year-old Pennsylvania man.
Fallen Tree Injures Several People In The Penn-North CommunityNo word on their conditions at this time.
FDA Advisory Panel Endorses Pfizer Vaccine For Children 5-11The final step would be CDC approval.
Local Author Publishes New Children's Book Focusing On Anxiety & NervesA local author is tackling anxiety and nerves in her newest children's publication.
Bob Turk Has Your Evening Weather ForecastBob Turk Has Your Evening Weather Forecast
Baltimore ranks 14th In Top 200 Cities For Pumpkin LoversHow much do you love pumpkins?
Wells Fargo Layoff 30 Employees At Columbia OfficeThirty Wells Fargo employees at its Columbia office will soon be laid off, according to the company.
Heavy Rain & Gusty Winds Leave Behind Damage In Baltimore CountyOne family in Windsor Mill was home when a tree fell on top of their house.
Baltimore Invests $50M In American Rescue Plan Funding In Violence Reduction EffortsMayor Brandon Scott on Tuesday announced Baltimore City is investing $50 million of the city's American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding in violence prevention efforts over the next three years.
Towson Shooting Leaves 21-Year-Old Man Dead, Police SayA 21-year-old Philadelphia man was killed Monday night in a shooting in Towson, authorities said.
State Superintendent Stresses Importance Of VaccinationsThe state is gearing up to vaccinate children ages five to 11.
HealthWatch: Study Warns Stimulants Prescribed to Older Adults Could Cause Heart ProblemsThe latest in health and fitness news
Victim Of Deadly Laurel Crash Identified As Montgomery County ManPolice on Tuesday identified the victim of a deadly rear-end crash in Laurel as a Montgomery County man.
Marty Bass Has Your Tuesday Afternoon WeatherMarty Bass Has Your Tuesday Afternoon Weather
Towson Shooting Being Investigated As A Homicide, Police SayBaltimore County police are now investigating a Monday night shooting in Towson as a homicide.
85-Year-Old Woman Killed In Edgewater, Police Searching For Person Of InterestThe death of an 85-year-old woman Tuesday morning in Edgewater is being investigated as a homicide, Anne Arundel County Police said. Police are searching for a person of interest.

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