Here's what's trending in the Baltimore Buzz.
Another Teen Reports Violent Arrest Over Vaping In Ocean City; Governor Hogan Calls Videos ‘Disturbing’Several violent arrests of teens on the Ocean City, Maryland boardwalk remain under investigation and are drawing nationwide attention.
Wednesday Morning Weather With Marty BassPartly cloudy and pleasant, with high temperatures in the low 80's.
Coffee With: Forest Culture DesignCoffee With: Forest Culture Design
Baltimore Buzz: New Kevin Hart Film Releasing On NetflixWhat's trending in Baltimore.
Meteorologist Chelsea Ingram Has Your Evening Weather ForecastMeteorologist Chelsea Ingram Has Your Evening Weather Forecast.
Travel Troubles For Thousands Of People Flying Southwest Airlines Including Here In BaltimoreCrowds continued to grow at BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport on Tuesday after hundreds of flights were delayed or canceled due to technical issues.
'It's Really Frustrating' USPS Mail Delivery Issues Remain Throughout BaltimoreThe lack of mail service has been an ongoing problem for many for over a year now.
Baltimore Buzz: Broccoli Was Ranked America's Favorite VegetableA new survey from Green Giant shows that broccoli is America's favorite vegetable!
Meteorologist Chelsea Ingram Has A Look At Your Evening ForecastMeteorologist Chelsea Ingram Has A Look At Your Evening Forecast.
Southwest Briefly Grounds Flights On Tuesday After Another Network IssueThe airline was resumed flight operations Tuesday morning after the airline's third-party weather data provider experienced intermittent performance issues Monday evening delaying travel across the US. But, by Tuesday afternoon, the company was reporting issues again and requested the FAA issue a ground stop while they work to bring their system back up.
Maryland Public Service Commission Announces $83M In State Funding To Assist With Past Due Utility BillsThe Maryland Public Service Commission announced $83 million in state funding to help assist Maryland residents with electric and gas utility bills.
Baltimore Ranked Tenth In Worst Drivers In The NationBaltimore City drivers were ranked the 10th worst in the nation.
Baltimore To Bring Back Happy Hour ConcertsHappy Hour Concerts are returning to Downtown Baltimore beginning this Friday.
New Record Low Infant Mortality Rate In Upton-Druid Heights NeighborhoodA big milestone for Baltimore's City's youngest residents.
Study: Covid-19 May Have Been In The U.S. Earlier That Originally ThoughtA new study is showing that Covid-19 may have been in the United States earlier than experts once thought.
Maryland Weather: Monday's Storms Leave Behind Damage & Power Outages Across The RegionNeighborhoods along the water got hit hard Monday night by winds, rain, and hail. Many in Sparrows Point woke up to downed trees, power outages, and damage to their property from broken branches and tree limbs.
YouTube Banning Certain Ads On HomepageYouTube announced that they are banning certain ads on their homepage
Phillips Recalls Ventilators & Breathing Device Over Cancer ConcernsPhillips is recalling some ventilators and breathing devices amid cancer concerns.
Maryland Celebrates National Lobster DayIt's National Lobster Day! Take a look at how people are celebrating in Maryland.
Gov. Hogan Criticizes Baltimore Leaders, Say They Need To 'Step Up' On City CrimeCity leaders are now under more pressure to fix issues throughout Baltimore.
Perfect Place For Dog Lovers: Bark Social To Open In CantonTrue to its name, Bark Social is the perfect place for dogs and their owners to meet up and have a little fun while sipping on local brews and coffee.
Delaware A.G. Announces Murder Indictment Against Suspect In Death Of Cpl. HeacookThe Delaware A.G. announced a murder indictment against the alleged suspect in relation to the death of Cpl. Heacook.
McDaniel College To Require Vaccines For UndergradsMcDaniel College will require undergraduate students to be vaccinated.
Maryland's COVID-19 State Of Emergency Ending On July 1, Gov. Hogan AnnouncesGovernor Larry Hogan announced the end of the Coronavirus State of Emergency beginning July 1. All emergency restrictions and mandates of any kind will be lifted including at schools, camps and childcare facilities.