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Maryland Adjusts Mass Vaccination Site HoursThe hours of operation at mass vaccination sites are changing in Maryland.
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Public Defender Calling For Ocean City Officers To Wear Body Cams Following Viral Boardwalk Arrest VideoA Maryland public defender is calling for Ocean City Police to implement the use of body worn cameras following a viral video of the arrest of four teens on the boardwalk.
Governor Hogan Celebrates First Greater Baltimore Area Fortune 500 Companies In A DecadeGovernor Larry Hogan celebrated three Baltimore area companies that made the Fortune 500 list for the first time in over a decade. 
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Bob Turk Has A Look At Your Evening ForecastBob Turk Has A Look At Your Evening Forecast.
Maryland Parks Sees Spike In VisitorsMaryland State Parks said they have seen an increase in visitors since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Maryland Ranks As Third Most Patriotic State In WalletHub StudyAccording to a study by WalletHub, Maryland is the third most patriotic state.
Governor Hogan Reacts As Violence In Baltimore Continues To IncreaseAccording to police statistics, the current 160 homicides so far represent a 6 percent increase from this time last year. Non-fatal shootings have increased by 18 percent year-to-date.
Tracking Severe Weather In Maryland: Reports of Down Trees & WiresSevere thunderstorm warnings are still in effect for parts of Maryland.
Milestones In Maryland's Covid-19 Fight: No Deaths Reported In 2 Days, Less Than 50 New CasesFor the second day in a row, no one has died from Covid-19 in Maryland and a record low number of new cases have been reported, but there are still risks factors especially for those who are not vaccinated.
Bob Turk Has A Look At Your Evening Forecast.Bob Turk Has A Look At Your Evening Forecast.
Maryland Weather: Severe Thunderstorm Warnings & Watches Issued For Parts Of The StateMaryland is at an "elevated" level for severe weather Monday evening. Strong to severe thunderstorms are expected to develop after 5 p.m. A severe thunderstorm watch has been issued for most of the state until 10:00 p.m.
UMD Doctoral Candidate In Criminology Anat Kimchi Stabbed To Death In Chicago's LoopA Maryland doctoral student is dead after a visit to Chicago. Police say 31-year-old Anat Kimchi was stabbed and killed Saturday afternoon and they believe the suspect is a homeless man.
Jon Baron Announces Run For Governor Of MarylandFormer nonprofit executive Jon Baron has announced he's running for governor of Maryland.
Public Defender Calling For Ocean City Officers To Wear Body Cams Following Viral Boardwalk Arrest VideoA Maryland public defender is calling for Ocean City Police to implement the use of body worn cameras following a viral video of the arrest of four teens on the boardwalk.
Of Duty Officer Witnesses Stabbing AtatckAn off-duty officer witnessed a stabbing attack in East Baltimore.
Maryland Detects Over 500K Potentially Fraudulent Unemployment Claims In Last 6 WeeksThe Maryland Department of Labor announced Monday that the department has detected 508,000 fraudulent new unemployment insurance claims since the beginning of May.
National Aquarium Animal Care & Rescue Center To Offer In-Person ToursThe National Aquarium’s Animal Care and Rescue Center is home to some of the facility's most special animals. 
Annapolis Launches 'Butts Out If The Bay' CampaignThe Mayor of Annapolis launches a new campaign to keep cigarette butts out of the bay.
American Airlines Cancels Hundreds Of FlightsAmerican Airlines has cancelled hundreds of flights due to a labor shortage.
Police Release New Information On Multi-Vehicle Crash In CatonsvilleThe Baltimore County Crash Team is still investigating the circumstances surrounding a multi-vehicle crash in Catonsville.

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