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Meg McNamara Has One Last Look At Your Thursday Night ForecastSome spotty showers may be around for Friday.
Maryland Begins Mailing Ballots To Voters Ahead Of General ElectionBallots are now being mailed to voters in Maryland, the state elections board announced Thursday.
Baltimore County Schools Reverse Decision To Have All Staff Return October 19A week after saying all staff members would return in-person on October 19, the Baltimore County Public Schools system has pushed back that date.
Man Allegedly Sprayed Women With Substance That Made Them Feel Dizzy At Owings Mills Grocery StoresBaltimore County Police are investigating two incidents where women reported they were sprayed with an unknown substance that made them feel "dizzy and weak" while shopping at grocery stores in Owings Mills earlier this month.
Protesters Rally In Baltimore After Grand Jury Declines To Charge Officers In Breonna Taylor's DeathProtesters took to the streets of Baltimore Thursday night, one day after a Kentucky grand jury declined to bring charges against three police officers in the death of Breonna Taylor.
Baltimore Buzz: Flying Dog Brewery Celebrates 30th AnniversaryRick, Nicole and Denise share what's buzzing in Baltimore.
Meg McNamara Has A Look At Your Thursday Evening ForecastSpotty showers will be around on Friday.
Columbia Named One Of Best Places To Live In USColumbia Named One Of Best Places To Live In US
Restaurant Association Wants Plastic Barriers Between TablesRestaurant Association Wants Plastic Barriers Between Tables
Another Maryland Movie Theatre To Reopen Friday Amid Coronavirus PandemicAnother Maryland Movie Theatre To Reopen Friday Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
Artists Who Worked On Breonna Taylor Mural In Annapolis 'Hurt' By Decision Not To Charge OfficersThe Breonna Taylor case has galvanized people across the nation who are calling for equal protection for all. Maryland was no different. That's why artists painted a 7,000-square-foot mural in Annapolis to call for justice.
Police: Man Allegedly Sprayed Women With Substance That Made Them Feel 'Dizzy' At Grocery StoresBaltimore County Police are investigating two incidents where women reported they were sprayed with an unknown substance at the grocery store earlier this month. They said the substance made them feel "dizzy and weak."
The Local Oyster Opening Third Location In Locust PointThe Local Oyster Opening Third Location In Locust Point
Hogan Lays Out Vaccine Blueprint During Novavax TourHogan Lays Out Vaccine Blueprint During Novavax Tour
Maryland Public Schools Can Resume Fall Sports Practices October 7, Competitions October 27Fall sports practices at Maryland public high schools can begin October 7, Gov. Larry Hogan and Superintendent Dr. Karen Salmon announced Thursday.
Maryland's Law Enforcement Bill Of Rights Could Be Repealed As Lawmakers Weigh Police ReformsMaryland's Law Enforcement Bill of Rights could be repealed amid nationwide calls for policing reforms.
Columbia Girl Who Went Viral For Dressing As Ruth Bader Ginsburg Remembers Getting Letter From HerYears before Ginsburg died, she sent a letter to one of her youngest fans, 12-year-old Michele Threefoot in Columbia.
Johns Hopkins Hospital's Immersive Gaming Room For Stroke Patients Now Helping Workers DestressJohns Hopkins Hospital is tapping into a new tool to help its healthcare professionals recharge and mentally reboot during this especially taxing COVID-19 season.
Baltimore County Students' Artwork To Be Featured In Virtual GalleryBaltimore County Students' Artwork To Be Featured In Virtual Gallery
MDTA Accepting Toll Payments For Trips On, Before June 30MDTA Accepting Toll Payments For Trips On, Before June 30
Less Than One Week Left To Fill Out 2020 CensusLess Than One Week Left To Fill Out 2020 Census
Harford County Finishes Purchase Of 347-Acre Belle Vue Farm, Plans To Preserve Land As County ParkA major land purchase completed in Harford County will allow visitors to explore all the historic Oakington Peninsula has to offer.
Drug, Alcohol Deaths Up In Maryland; Officials Say Coronavirus Pandemic In Part To BlameDrug, Alcohol Deaths Up In Maryland; Officials Say Coronavirus Pandemic In Part To Blame
Maryland Book Bank Hits 25K Books Mailed To KidsMaryland Book Bank Hits 25K Books Mailed To Kids

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