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EPA Awards Over $20M To Maryland For Drinking Water Improvement ProjectsThe U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced Tuesday it has awarded over $20 million to Maryland for drinking water improvement projects throughout the state.
37-Year-Old Woman Shot In West Baltimore, Police SayPolice are investigating after a 37-year-old woman was shot in the back of the neck Tuesday afternoon in west Baltimore.
FBI, Maryland Officials Warn Of Voter Suppression SchemesThe Maryland U.S. Attorney's Office and the FBI are warning voters about election misinformation.
5 Alleged MS-13 Members Charged In Violent Racketeering Conspiracy, Including 8 MurdersFive alleged members of an MS-13 gang were charged in a violent racketeering conspiracy.
Former GOP Chair, Maryland Lt. Gov. Michael Steele Says He's Voting For Joe BidenAnother prominent Maryland Republican is not voting for President Donald Trump in the 2020 general election.
Police Investigating Fatal Crash After Car Strikes Wood Chipper On Side Of I-95Maryland State Police are investigating a fatal crash after a car struck a wood chipper on the side of I-95 in Prince George's County Monday afternoon.
Maryland Man Faces Federal Charge For Threatening Former VP Joe Biden, Sen. Kamala HarrisA Maryland man is facing a federal charge after allegedly threatening former Vice President Joe Biden and Sen. Kamala Harris with a letter in Frederick in early October.
Maryland Zoo Mourning Death Of Mary The OtterThe staff at The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore is mourning one of their most charismatic animals, Mary the North American river otter. Katie Johnston reports.
You Can See Giant Pumpkins In AnnapolisGiant pumpkins are on display in Annapolis
Coffee With: Rick RitterRick Ritter spoke with the family of Terry James, one of the victims of the Baltimore gas explosion, about his recovery and what's next.
Baltimore Buzz: Charlie Brown Cartoons No Longer Airing On TVHere's what's trending in the Baltimore Buzz.
Coronavirus In Maryland: Oct. 21, 2020 (AM Edition)The latest on coronavirus in Maryland.
WJZ Morning News & Weather 10-21-20The latest news from WJZ-TV in Baltimore, Maryland
Meteorologist Tim Williams Has Your Wednesday Morning ForecastHere's the latest weather in Baltimore, Maryland.
Bob Turk Has An Updated Look At Your ForecastBob Turk Has An Updated Look At Your Forecast
Baltimore Explosion Victim Terry James, Given 10% Chance To Live, Recovering After Losing His Legs, Burns On 87% Of BodyIt has been two months since a gas explosion leveled several homes in one northwest Baltimore neighborhood. Tragically some victims died, some survived and some are still fighting for their lives.
Search Continues For Suspect Who Gunned Down High School Sweethearts In NE BaltimorePolice are still searching for a suspect in the Sunday shooting that killed 18-year-old Nayely Paz and injured her 19-year-old boyfriend in northeast Baltimore.
Maryland Releases Two-Phase Coronavirus Vaccine Distribution PlanMaryland announced Tuesday its two-phase distribution plan for a coronavirus vaccine once it is available.
Patient First Now Offering Coronavirus Testing At Glen Burnie LocationPatient First Now Offering Coronavirus Testing At Glen Burnie Location
The World's Largest Maryland Flag Is Flying In FrederickIf you’re in Frederick County, take a second and look up. You might just catch a glimpse of the world's largest Maryland flag.
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The Great Pumpkins Of Downtown Annapolis Now On DisplayThe Great Pumpkins Of Downtown Annapolis Now On Display
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