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Eugene Goodman, Capitol Police Officer Who Diverted Angry Rioters Away From Senate Chambers, Escorts VP Kamala HarrisEugene Goodman, the Capitol Police officer, that diverted the angry mob of pro-Trump supporters that stormed the U.S. Capitol building on Jan. 6, escorted Vice President Kamala Harris to the inauguration. Katie Johnston reports.
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HealthWatch: People Who Take Ivermectin Have Smaller COVID-19 Viral Load, Study FindsA new study finds people who take the drug ivermectin immediately following a mild COVID-19 diagnosis have a smaller viral load and shorter duration of symptoms.
Man Who Allegedly Beat Officer With Bat During U.S. Capitol Riots Turns Himself InA Maryland man who allegedly beat a police officer with a bat during the U.S. Capitol riots, has turned himself in to authorities.
Jimmy's Seafood Continues Raising Money For Struggling Local RestaurantsJimmy's Seafood Continues Raising Money For Struggling Local Restaurants
Woman Killed, Man Injured In Wednesday Morning Fire In Middle River, Officials SayA woman was killed and a man was injured in an early morning fire in Middle River Wednesday, the Baltimore County Fire Department said.
Harford Co. Health Department Expands Vaccine Communication Plan For Residents Ages 65 And UpThe Harford County Health Department launched a new COVID-19 vaccination plan webpage for residents ages 65 and up.
Butternut Squash Products Sold In 11 States Recalled Over Listeria ConcernsA number of butternut squash products sold in 11 states, including Maryland, are being recalled due to possible listeria contamination. Katie Johnston reports.
Joe Biden Sworn In As 46th President Of The United StatesJoe Biden Sworn In As 46th President Of The United States
Catherine Pugh's Sentence Not Commuted By Outgoing President TrumpFormer Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh was not among the nearly 150 people President Donald Trump pardoned or commuted sentences for early Wednesday morning.
Maryland Man Who Allegedly Beat Officer With Bat During U.S. Capitol Riots Turns Himself InEmanuel Jackson, a Maryland man who allegedly beat a police officer with a bat during the U.S. Capitol riots, has turned himself into authorities. Katie Johnston reports.
Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott Gives COVID-19 UpdateThe Baltimore mayor is lifting restrictions on restaurants and other businesses.
COVID In Maryland: Jan. 20, 2021 (AM Edition)The latest on coronavirus in Maryland
Inauguration 2021: President-elect Joe Biden To Be Sworn-in As Next U.S. PresidentJoe Biden swears the oath of office at noon Wednesday to become the 46th president of the United States, taking the helm of a deeply divided nation and inheriting a confluence of crises arguably greater than any faced by his predecessors.
Weather Blog: Getting ColdMarty Bass' weather blog
Injuries Reported In Townhouse Fire In Middle RiverBaltimore County fire crews respond to a house fire in Middle River.
Wednesday Morning Weather With Marty BassPartly sunny and windy today, with high's in the mid 40's.
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Anne Arundel County Police Officers Use Vehicles To Stop Driver Suffering Medical Emergency In Walmart Parking LotThe fast-thinking of some officers from the Anne Arundel County Police Department is being credited with helping prevent a potentially serious incident.
Maryland State Police Investigating Fatal Multi-Vehicle Crash In Baltimore CountyOne person was killed after a multi-vehicle crash in Baltimore County on Tuesday afternoon, according to Maryland State Police.
Live! Casino & Hotel Maryland Serving As COVID-19 Vaccination ClinicLive! Casino & Hotel Maryland in Anne Arundel County will start vaccinating people under Maryland's Phase 1B COVID-19 vaccination rollout Tuesday.
72K People Registered For COVID-19 Vaccine Since Baltimore County Launched Vaccination Portal FridayBaltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski and Baltimore County Health Officer Dr. Gregory Wm. Branch are asking residents to pre-register for the COVID-19 vaccines on their vaccination portal, even if their tier group won't be eligible for vaccinations until later.

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